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The Chase
Series: Doctor Who -
TV Stories
Season Number: Season 2
Story Number: 16
Doctor: First Doctor
Companions: Barbara Wright (departure)
Ian Chesterton (departure)
Vicki Pallister
Steven Taylor (Introduction)
Writer: Terry Nation
Director: Richard Martin
Douglas Camfield (uncredited)
Broadcast: 22nd May -
26th June 1965
Format: 6 25-minute Episodes
Previous Story: The Space Museum
Following Story: The Time Meddler
"Advance and attack! Attack and destroy! Destroy and rejoice!"

The Chase was the eighth story of Season 2 of Doctor Who. As well as featuring the Daleks in their only comedic appearance in the series, it also featured the departures of original companions Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright, played by William Russell and Jacqueline Hill respectively, and the first appearance of new companion Steven Taylor, portrayed by Peter Purves.



The travellers are forced to flee in the TARDIS when they learn from the Time-Space Visualiser taken from the Moroks' museum that a group of Daleks equipped with their own time machine are on their trail with orders to exterminate them.

The chase begins on the desert planet Aridius and takes in a number of stopping-off points including the observation gallery of New York's Empire State Building, the 19th Century sailing ship Mary Celeste (the Daleks' appearance causing all the crew and passengers to jump overboard) and a spooky haunted house which, although the Doctor and his friends do not realise it, is actually a futuristic fun-fair attraction.

Eventually both time machines arrive on the jungle planet Mechanus, where the Daleks try to infiltrate and kill the Doctor's party using a robotic double of him. The travellers are taken prisoner by the Mechanoids - a group of robots sent some fifty years earlier to prepare landing sites for human colonists who, in the event, never arrived - and meet Steven Taylor, a stranded astronaut who has been the Mechanoids' captive for the past two years.

The Daleks and the Mechanoids engage in a fierce battle which ultimately results in their mutual destruction, and the Doctor's party seize this opportunity to escape. The Doctor reluctantly helps Ian and Barbara to use the Daleks' time machine to return home.


The Executioners (1)

In the the Doctor's TARDIS the four travellers are huddling around the Time-Space Visualiser, which can pick up any event in the whole of time and space. They each choose an event to witness: Ian picks Abraham Lincoln giving his Gettysburg Address, Barbara elects to look into Elizabeth I's court, and sees the genesis of William Shakespeare's play, Hamlet; and Vicki sees the Beatles performing "Ticket to Ride", but is surprised that they should play "classical music".

The TARDIS then lands, and the Doctor confirms that the conditions are hospitable. Ian and Vicki leave into the desert wilderness, the former entrusted with the "TARDIS magnet" in case they should get lost. Vicki investigates some formations which appear to similar to seaweed, which Ian knows is impossible. They then find a trail of what appears to be blood in the sand, which Vicki runs off to follow. As they move off, they do not notice a tentacle rise up from the sand where they were.

Meanwhile, the Doctor and Barbara start sunbathing. Barbara is distracted by the sound of the Visualizer, which has not been shut off. She sees on it a "broadcast" of the Daleks preparing to give a report. The Doctor enters and hears to his horror the Daleks' plan to follow "the enemy time machine" (the TARDIS) to the Sagarro Desert on the planet Aridius. Dalek assassins will take their time machine, find the Doctor and his companions, and exterminate them. The Doctor and Barbara watch a group of Daleks embark and dematerialize. The Doctor immediately realizes that these events happened in the past — the Daleks may already be here! They must find Ian and Vicki and go.

Tiring from their walk, Ian and Vicki take a rest as the "blood" trail ends. In the sand, they find a large metal ring. At first, Vicki is reluctant to disturb it for fear of what might happen (due in no small part to a similar ring from her childhood). However, they decide they should pull it loose, and Ian duly does just that. At first, nothing happens and they prepare to leave, but then an ancient trap door creaks open in the sand. Vicki and Ian go inside the newly-opened cavern to have a look. Once they are inside the trap door close behind them: they are trapped - and another tentacle looms out of the darkness. It seems the creatures are everywhere.

Meanwhile, the Doctor and Barbara have had no luck finding their friends, night has fallen and the wind has begun to pick up, covering all tracks including their own. They decide to return to the TARDIS, not entirely certain of the direction; as it may have been covered by the sand. A sandstorm breaks out which lasts all night. When they awake they see a Dalek, buried by the sandstorm, emerging from the sand.

The Death of Time (2)

Two other Daleks soon arrive in their own time machine but cannot find the time travellers but do locate the TARDIS under the sand and begin to have it dug out by a group of native Aridians, whom they have enslaved. The slave force is exterminated when they are of no further value.

The Doctor and Barbara are saved by other amphibious humanoid Aridians, who explain that Aridius was not always a desert, but that the suns have got nearer the planet and destroyed the seas. Only themselves and the hideous Mire Beasts are left, and the Mire Beasts can only be contained by destroying sections of the Aridian city that have become over-run. The Daleks soon contact the Aridians in the underground city and tell them they will leave Aridius if the Doctor and his party are handed over, and the elders agree to this. The Aridians also find Vicki and Ian, who was injured when a wall collapsed in an explosion to kill the Mire Beasts that were threatening them. The Mire Beasts soon reappear, killing the Aridian Malsan who was holding the party prisoner in preparation for the handover. The Doctor and his friends flee in the confusion and manage to evade a Dalek scout and return to the TARDIS. The Supreme Dalek vows revenge.

Flight Through Eternity (3)

There now follows a chase through time and space, with the Dalek vessel determined to track down and exterminate the Doctor and his friends. They are but fifteen minutes behind and the gap is closing. The first stop is the top of the Empire State Building in New York City, where a young man from Alabama, Morton Dill, tells them it is 1966. Fortunately for him neither the TARDIS nor the Dalek time vessel stays long and his life is not imperilled. The Doctor next reaches the Atlantic Ocean and boards a sailing ship captained by Benjamin Briggs. The crew venture outside and see the Daleks arrive. Some of the crew they exterminate. Others they force into the sea. As the Doctor's TARDIS departs it is revealed the ship is the legendary Mary Celeste. In the TARDIS, the Doctor calculates that their advantage has narrowed down to only eight minutes.

Journey into Terror (4)

The time craft land in a mysterious old house where both Dracula and Frankenstein's Monster have come alive. These terrors stalk the building but also attack the Daleks when they arrive. In the confusion to depart, the Doctor, Ian and Barbara leave Vicki behind, never realising they have simply been visiting a futuristic theme attraction called the Festival of Ghana in 1996. The Daleks are repelled back into their vessel by the monsters (who are in fact robots), and Vicki stows away aboard the Dalek ship. She travels in it to the jungle world of Mechanus, where the Doctor's TARDIS has already landed.

The Doctor, Ian and Barbara are very sad about Vicki's possible fate at the hands of the Daleks and blame themselves. They decide their only course to rescue her is to try and take control of the Daleks' own time vessel. On that ship Vicki witnesses the Daleks' Replicator machine in action: an android replica of the Doctor is produced and is programmed to "infiltrate and kill".

The Death of Doctor Who (5)

When the Dalek ship arrives on Mechanus the robot killer is despatched. The jungle is also hostile, with large fungoid plants which attack humans, and only retreat when exposed to light. The time travellers now split up and Barbara stays to protect a machine the Doctor has built to defend them from the Daleks. She encounters the robot Doctor, while and Ian and the Doctor are reunited with Vicki, who is hiding in the jungle. After a while the four travellers are reunited and the real Doctor unmasks the robot counterpart, disabling it with his stick.

The Daleks too have fallen victim to the fungoid creatures and call off their search until the morning, letting the Doctor and his party sleep freely in a nearby cave. In the morning the Doctor notices that there is vast metal city over the jungle and they all decide to venture into the structure. Within moments a robot Mechanoid arrives and invites them into the city.

The Planet of Decision (6)

The Daleks and Mechanoids fighting

It is obviously armed, but says it means them no harm. The travellers do as they are bidden and enter the Mechanoid City. Among the Mechanoids is a dishevelled Human survivor named Steven Taylor. He is an astronaut from Earth who crash-landed on the planet two years earlier and has been kept as a prisoner by the Mechanoids since then. They are colonising robots built to make the city for human colonisers that never arrived, and so their current guests will be kept in the city permanently: Steven has not been permitted to leave.

The Daleks now attack the city so it is time for action. The Doctor and his party and Steven manage to escape from the city down some cables while the Mechanoids and Daleks become involved in a pitched battle which devastates both sides and the building. They flee to safety but are separated from Steven, whom they presume to have been killed.

For Ian and Barbara it is decision time. The navigable time machine gives them a chance to get back to modern day Earth. They find the deserted Dalek time machine and persuade the Doctor to show Ian how to operate it. After a tearful farewell, Ian and Barbara return to their own planet at last – and almost to their own time, being two years out in London of 1965. The machine is destroyed using the auto-destruct mechanism once Barbara and Ian are out of it.

The Doctor and Vicki oversee their farewell on the Time-Space Visualizer, glad they made it, but the Doctor is very sad at the loss. Neither of them notice that a new traveller has sneaked aboard the TARDIS...




Story Notes

  • All episodes exist as 16mm telerecordings.
  • Negative film prints were recovered for all episodes in 1978.
  • This story went under the working title The Pursuers.
  • The story was commissioned at late notice when another of Terry Nation's stories fell through. It is believed that the slot was originally to be filled by his planned historical The Red Fort.
  • The scenes in episode 6 with Ian and Barbara celebrating their return to London was made as part of the production block for The Time Meddler and the Director for these is consequently Douglas Camfield.
  • This is one of the few Dalek stories to incorporate humour and is the only story to attempt comical performances from the Daleks. Examples includes a stammering Dalek who cannot do simple mental arithmetic (in the first two episodes); Daleks nodding their eyestalks to confirm a plan (in the fifth episode); and showing a trait for deviating from the subject at hand (during their deliberations in the first episode).
  • Morton Dill, the young man from Alabama whom the travellers meet at the top of the Empire State Building, was played by Peter Purves, who would appear in the last episode as Steven Taylor.
  • The story also features The Beatles in a film clip. Ironically, considering the number of lost Doctor Who episodes, the Beatles performance from which this clip was taken now only survives in this story.
  • The Beatles were originally planned to appear as old men performing in the 21st Century but this proposal was vetoed by their manager Brian Epstein. Had this gone through, of course, it would have become an anachronism given the fates that would befall both John Lennon and George Harrison before they got to be "old men".
  • This story includes the joke that, in the future, contemporary pop musicians such as The Beatles would be considered classical music. This joke was repeated in the series 40 years later in The End of the World.
  • Although Ian displayed knowledge of modern musical groups in An Unearthly Child, this does not seem to extend to his ability to dance, as demonstrated during the "Ticket to Ride" sequence.
  • The Daleks are particularly poetic in this story: Dalek - "Advance and attack! Attack and destroy! Destroy and rejoice!"
  • This is the final television story featuring Ian and Barbara.
  • This is the first appearance of Steven Taylor. Actor Peter Purves became the first actor to play two completely different roles (without the use of heavy makeup or prosthetics) in the same story. He also became the first actor to appear in a guest-starring capacity before being offered a regular role. This would next occur when Ian Marter appeared in Carnival of Monsters several years before joining the series as a different character, Harry Sullivan, in Robot. The fact Purves played two different roles, one to become ongoing within the same story, however, remains a unique circumstance.
  • The Chase was earmarked to form the basis for a third "Dr. Who" film starring Peter Cushing, to follow Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD, but the film was never made.
  • Episode 5 carries the title "The Death of Doctor Who"; this is one of only two occasions in which the technically incorrect name "Doctor Who" is used in an on-screen title (the other occasion being the seven episodes of Doctor Who and the Silurians in 1970).
  • During rehearsal the three fungoid costumes were given nicknames to avoid confusion; Fungoid Fred, Toadstool Taffy and Mushroom Malone. [1]
  • The three main pillars of the Mechanus forest set were referred to in the scrip as the "Gubbage Canes".[1]
  • A later novel, EDA: Interference - Book One, would establish that the Dracula and Frankenstein robots were built by Microsoft, although the company wasn't established until a full ten years after The Chase was broadcast.


  • The Executioners - 10 million viewers
  • The Death of Time - 9.5 million viewers
  • Flight Through Eternity - 9.0 million viewers
  • Journey into Terror - 9.5 million viewers
  • The Death of Doctor Who - 9.0 million viewers
  • The Planet of Decision - 9.5 million viewers


  • The scene showing Ian and Barbara on the bus was shot on location. (The scene was actually shot at Ealing Studio with a back projection active behind the bus to give the impression of movement.)

Filming Locations

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Discontinuity, Plot Holes, Errors

  • When they exit the TARDIS on Aridius, you can clearly see it has no backing to it, as the desert set is visible.
  • At the beginning of "The Executioners" Ian seems to know the words to The Beatles' song, "Ticket to Ride". This would seem to be inconsistent, as he left England in 1963 and "Ticket" wasn't released until April 1965. (He can only be seen mouthing the words "ticket to ride" at its final utterance, but not the next line "my baby don't care". He simply recognized the group, who was already popular when he left, and only sang along with the last line of the chorus.)
  • Later in "The Executioners", Vicki and Ian cast shadows across the backdrop painted like a desert.
  • If Frankenstein's monster is just a robot in a funfair then why does it attack the visitors?{Notice the place was cancelled. Maybe because the robots were faulty.}
  • How come the robots in the funfair are impervious to Dalek firepower? (Their weapons are set to destroy organic tissue only.)
  • An Aridian can be seen getting up and sneaking off camera after being knocked over by Vicki.
  • Whilst moving across the screen in episode 4, a countdown is projected across one of the Daleks.
  • A man's shadow can be seen cast across the TARDIS when it lands in the haunted house. Potentially an intentional "creepy" effect as part of the haunted house.
  • At the top of "Flight Through Eternity" (Episode 3), the Doctor claims to have built the TARDIS. This is clearly at variance with other notions of the TARDIS' origins, such as its having been stolen.(EDA: The Gallifrey Chronicles) and it having been grown (DW: The Impossible Planet).Perhaps the doctor constructed technology that was installed in the TARDIS.They were referring to that. (This is not an unusual claim for the Doctor to make. The exact origins of the Doctor, the construction of the TARDIS, and how he came about it, are still shrouded in mystery.)
  • At the end of "Flight", its technical flaws are obvious. In the first place, the angle of entry into the water is inconsistent with the casing housing an interior creature. It should have been vertically aligned when it hit the water. Second, contact with the water immediately makes it break apart. This is wholly inconsistent with the general durability Daleks are said to have. And lastly, once the creature breaks in half, its empty interior can clearly be seen. Maybe the water got in to the Dalek's circuits and fried them killing and destroying the creature and made the shell somehow break.
  • In 'Flight Through Eternity' the Doctor explains it takes twelve minutes for the TARDIS's flight computer to re-orientate itself and 'gather power', thus limiting the speed with which they can make each new jump. However, in the same breath, the Doctor states that 'these twelve minutes are vital to us. We must hold on to them.' Here he seems to be treating the twelve minutes they have to wait before they can depart after each landing as if it is a lead of twelve minutes. This attitude is confirmed at the end of the same episode when the Doctor states that their 'lead' is down to eight minutes. This is an inconsistency, unless the Doctor is saying that the amount of time it takes to gather power for the next jump has been reduced. He could be referring to the Daleks' time machine having a similar reorientation time.
  • If the Daleks are pursuing the TARDIS through the time vortex (i.e. are traveling outside of Space & Time) why when they finally do catch-up, don't the two time machines arrive simultaneously? If the Daleks time ship is capable of going anywhere/anywhen then wouldn't any degree of lag which existed within the vortex cease to exist once they re-entered the time/space continuum? This is yet another instance of the Blenovitch Limitation Effect in action.
  • As Ian and the Doctor are standing on the stairs in the haunted house a boom mike and operator can be seen clearly in shot.
  • In episode 5, a camera, clearly marked BBC, appears on the Mechanus jungle set.
  • Despite ripping off its bandages Frankenstein's Monster takes the time to change into a jacket between scenes. There are two different Frankenstein's Monster robots in the house; one for the lab and one for the ground floor.
  • One of the Daleks can be seen in Frankenstein's lab before they have supposedly arrived, Vicki can also be heard talking in the background just before the scene ends. Perhaps the Dalek in question is actually and exhibit in the attraction? It is a house of horrors after all.  
  • The Daleks' "duplicate" of the Doctor actually looks nothing at all like him. A different actor was used for the distance shots, much as a stunt double is used as common practice in films and television. Up close, William Hartnell plays the duplicate also.
  • The travellers walk past the Dalek Ship when going to the cave in episode 5 - the Daleks then proceed to pass the cave on there way to find it.Thet took a different route.



DVD, Video and Other Releases

DVD Release A DVD release of this story has been delayed for quite some time, reportedly due to rights issues regarding the use of the Beatles song, "Ticket to Ride". In October 2009 it was reported that a DVD release was finally expected in 2010 along with The Space Museum, however whether it will be intact and include the "Ticket to Ride" clip is as yet unknown.[1]

Video Release Released as The Daleks Box Set

UK Release: September 1993 / US Release: October 1993
PAL - BBC Video BBCV5005 (2 tapes)
NTSC - CBS/FOX Video 4795 (2 tapes)
NTSC - Warner Video E1145 (2 tapes)
This two tape box set includes The Chase and Remembrance of the Daleks
In the UK the tapes were packaged individually with a booklet. They have not been sold separately


Main article: The Chase (novelisation)

External Links

  • BBC - Doctor Who - The Classic Series - Episode Guide: The Chase
  • Doctor Who Reference Guide - Detailed Synopsis - The Chase
  • Doctor Who: A Brief History of Time (Travel) - A Brief History of Time (Travel): The Chase
  • Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film and Television - The Chase


  1. 1.0 1.1 Howe, David J., Stammers, Mark, Walker, Stephen James, 1992, Doctor Who: The Sixties, Doctor Who Books, an imprint of Virgin Publishing Ltd, London, p.44
Season 2
Planet of Giants  • The Dalek Invasion of Earth  • The Rescue  • The Romans  • The Web Planet  • The Crusade  • The Space Museum  • The Chase  • The Time Meddler
Dalek television stories
Major appearances: The Daleks  • The Dalek Invasion of Earth  • The Chase  • Mission to the Unknown  • The Daleks' Master Plan  • The Power of the Daleks  • The Evil of the Daleks  • Day of the Daleks  • Planet of the Daleks  • Death to the Daleks  • Genesis of the Daleks  • Destiny of the Daleks  • Resurrection of the Daleks  • Revelation of the Daleks  • Remembrance of the Daleks  • Dalek • Bad Wolf/ The Parting of the Ways  • Army of Ghosts/Doomsday  • Daleks in Manhattan / Evolution of the Daleks  • The Stolen Earth / Journey's End
Minor appearances: The Space Museum  • The Wheel in Space  • The War Games  • The Mind of Evil  • Frontier in Space  • Logopolis  • The Five Doctors  • The TV Movie  • Human Nature  • The Waters of Mars
Non-canonical: The Curse of Fatal Death
 • Complete List of Appearances •
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The Chase
Series: The Next Generation
Story by: Ronald D. Moore and Joe Menosky
Teleplay by: Joe Menosky
Directed by: Jonathan Frakes
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Production no.: 246
First aired: 26 April 1993
Date: 46731.5 (2369)




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The Chase
Ricardo Diaz informing Tommy Vercetti of his problems with a member of the Sharks
Game: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
For: Ricardo Diaz
Location: Starfish Island, Vice City
Target: Streetwannabees leader.
Conditions of mission failure: Player death
Kill the thief
Reward: $1000
Unlocks: Phnom Penh '86
Unlocked by: Guardian Angels

The Chase is a mission in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City given to protagonist Tommy Vercetti by Ricardo Diaz from his mansion in Starfish Island, Vice City.




The leader of the Streetwannabees has been stealing 3% of Diaz's income, and he doesn't like that! He wants you to go to the guy's apartment, and then follow him to where he's stashing the money.

The Mission

You've got a new boss in the form of Diaz - follow the D on your map to Starfish Island, and his palatial estate. Someone's screwing him out of 3%, and it's up to you to find out where the cash is stashed. Follow the pink marker, pilfering Diaz's [[Infernus] if the whim takes you, until you reach the thief's apartment block. Check the window when prompted, then run after him to the roof. It's a good idea to scout this route before activating the last checkpoint, to make sure where all ramps and planks are, but it's entirely optional. There's a puny Faggio waiting for you at the end, and sadly you can't park your car in advance, because when you get back to this spot it will disappear. Basically he runs across the rooftops, stopping to shooting the barrels about third quarter of the way along (tread carefully to avoid being set on fire), then he jumps off at the end, gets in his BF Injection and you need to chase him all the way to a mansion in Prawn Island. Stay far enough back so that you're out of range of his rifle, but don't lose track of him. All you have to do is to wait for him until he runs inside to pick up Diaz's money.


(Diaz's Mansion, Tommy Vercetti and Ricardo Diaz)

Ricardo Diaz: Come on, baby, go! Yeah! Yeah! Arrrr! Stupid Horse! I'll chop your head off! Grrrr...Who is this dickhead?

Tommy Vercetti: Tommy Vercetti. You remember me.

Ricardo Diaz: Excuse me. I'm a little anxious. Never trust a goddamn horse! You do a good job - you work for me now.

Tommy Vercetti: I work for money.

Ricardo Diaz: As I said, amigo. You work for me now.

Tommy Vercetti: I work...

Ricardo Diaz: Shut up! Some Judas has betrayed me. He thinks I don't know how much money I should be making, but stealing 3% is as good as stealing 100%. No one does this to me. NO ONE. You follow him from his apartement and you see where he goes! Later, we kill him.

(Starfish Island, Tommy.)

Tommy Vercetti: This asshole thinks he can mess with me? If this is the best Vice City has to offer, this is gonna be easy.

(The thief's apartment, The Thief)

The Thief: Ooh, shit!

(The roof, The Thief and Tommy)

The Thief: Loser! Too slow, grandad!

Tommy Vercetti: You better keep running asshole.


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The Chase

Hutt Space, Mid Rim


Toydaria system



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Asteroid field[1]

The Chase was the an asteroid field oribiting the binary stars Toydar and Little Toydar in the Toydaria system. Located in Hutt Space of the Mid Rim, it was situated beyond the planet Fii.

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