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Destiny of the Daleks - S17-E1

Revealing mistake: Right after Davros yells "The Daleks will rule the universe," in Episode 3, one of the Dalek operators accidentally starts to lift the top off his Dalek before the scene ends. (00:17:35)

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Destiny of the Daleks - S17-E1

Revealing mistake: When the Doctor and his companion are running past explosions in the sand, you can see the scrape marks from where the effects team covered up the holes containing the charges. (00:13:00)

Daz

Nightmare of Eden - S17-E4

Revealing mistake: Watch the Mandrells closely, especially in the later parts of the story: one of them seems, at one point, to have forgotten to zip up the back of his costume.

The Creature from the Pit - S17-E3

Revealing mistake: Torvin, stunned by K9, turns before falling, as if looking for somewhere comfortable to land; and the guard who goes to attack K9 and Romana acts very strangely: he stops and curls up before K9's blast hits him, almost as if he knows what is going to happen next.

City of Death - S17-E2

Revealing mistake: In episode 2, when Scaroth locks the Doctor, Romana and Duggan in the basement dungeon, and Duggan lights the lamp, notice that Tom Baker is standing between that lamp and the actual stage light used to brighten the scene. So, as the lamp is lit in front of him, Tom Baker's BACK (and not his front) glows bright under the increased illumination.

City of Death - S17-E2

Revealing mistake: In episode one, Scaroth's 'Jagaroth skin' on his wrist flaps about. Either that's a badly fitting piece of costume...or he's suffering from severely peeling skin.

Nightmare of Eden - S17-E4

Revealing mistake: In the very first shots of this Doctor Who story, it is obvious that the "Empress" Spaceliner is a model - you can even see the stick that holds the model in place.

The Creature from the Pit - S17-E3

Revealing mistake: Before the TARDIS console explodes (as Erato is weaving his shell around the neutron star), Tom Baker casts a sharp look over his right shoulder...no doubt looking to see if the ground was clear where he was due to fall.

The Creature from the Pit - S17-E3

Revealing mistake: Just as the Doctor asks where the TARDIS has materialised, watch the control console wobble. However, isn't it strange that the hat-stand in the TARDIS console room remains upright thoughout...so why does the console wobble, and the hat stand not move in the slightest?

Nightmare of Eden - S17-E4

Revealing mistake: Geoffrey Hinsliff (playing Fisk) accidentally refers to Tryst as "Fisk" at one point.

Destiny of the Daleks - S17-E1

Revealing mistake: In episode one, when the Doctor and his companion hear rumbling and the ground moves beneath their feet, when they step away you can see that they are standing on different ground than before, and it's not shaking. (00:08:00)

Daz

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