|"Spearhead from Space (Part 4)"|
Season 7, Episode 4
|Airdate||January 24th, 1970|
|Starring||Jon Pertwee; Caroline John; Nicholas Courtney|
|Previous||"Spearhead from Space (Part 3)"|
|Next||"Doctor Who and the Silurians (Part 1)"|
"Spearhead from Space (Part 4)" is the fourth episode of series seven of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and the 257th episode of the series overall. It is the fourth chapter of the "Spearhead from Space" serial and was directed by Derek Martinus and written by Robert Holmes. It first aired on BBC One on January 24th, 1970.
Principal Cast Edit
|Jon Pertwee||The Doctor|
|Caroline John||Elizabeth Shaw|
|Nicholas Courtney||Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart|
Guest Stars Edit
|Hamilton Dyce||Major General Scobie|
|John Breslin||Captain Munro|
Uncredited cast Edit
Note: The following is taken from the full credits list for this entry on IMDB. As it is a website with user-submitted information, some of the data listed here, including character names may be inaccurate.
|Arnold Chazen||Auton VIP|
|Walter Goodman||RAF VIP Auton|
|Billy Horrigan||Man killed by Auton|
|Derek Martin||Soldier killed by Auton|
|Maurice Quick||Auton VIP|
|Derrick Sherwin||UNIT commissionaire|
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