''Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D.'' is the 1966 sequel to ''Film/DrWhoAndTheDaleks''. The film follows in its predecessor's footsteps: Creator/PeterCushing is Dr. Who, the Daleks are being nefarious and the whole thing is in colour!

Just as the first film was a remake of the TV story [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E2TheDaleks "The Daleks"]], this is a remake of the second Dalek story [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E2TheDalekInvasionOfEarth "The Dalek Invasion of Earth"]]. In it, [[CaptainObvious the Daleks have invaded Earth]] and are planning to excavate the core and turn the planet into a giant spaceship. Luckily, Dr. Who is on hand to save the day with help from his granddaughter Susan, his niece Louise, and a policeman named Tom Campbell.

Has nothing to do with ''VideoGame/{{Earth 2150}}''.

!!''Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D.'' provides examples of the following tropes:

* AdaptationalWimp: Louise is significantly less badass than Barbara was in the TV story, with some of Barbara's most impressive moments given to the rebel Wyler. If anything, Louise seems more based on the subsequent female companions from the show, Vicki and Dodo.
* AlienInvasion: Guess who!
* AlternateContinuity: Let us count the ways!
** The character of the Time Lord known as The Doctor has become the human scientist called Dr. Who.
** He has a niece as well as a granddaughter.
** Susan is prepubescent.
** His ship is known as ''Tardis'' (note the lack of the definitive article) and looks like a jumbled mess inside (even moreso than the canon TARDIS).
* CardboardPrison: Invoked by the Daleks as an intelligence test for captives.
* LesCollaborateurs
* CompressedAdaptation: From six 25-minute episodes (174 minutes) to one 81-minute film. And the ending introduces us to the new companion. One notable effect is that the Doctor and David are able to walk from UsefulNotes/{{London}} to Bedfordshire in the same time it takes the Daleks' spaceship to fly there.
* DoomAsTestPrize: The Doctor escapes a Dalek cell only to discover that the opportunity to escape was provided to test whether he was intelligent enough to be turned into a Roboman.
* FailedASpotCheck: Our heroes walk out the door, closing it behind them to reveal a message written on the door.
* FoodPills: The Robomen are fed something like these.
* GrandfatherParadox: The "happy ending" of the film for Tom has him returning in ''Tardis'' to a few minutes before the start of the film, and sneaking up on and arresting the burglars who attacked him, causing him to stumble concussed into ''Tardis'' in the first place. There is no acknowledgement of the paradox issues of this, nor that it would logically lead to '''there being two Toms wandering around'''.
* HandGagging: Happens to Louise several times in the movie. The [[EuropeansAreKinky Italian advertising]] even added an image of a Roboman doing it to her onto the poster.
* HandWave: See the explanation for the TARDIS interior in the last movie? The Doctor manages to out-BS ''that''.
-->'''Dr. Who:''' Just as time should be considered the fourth dimension, so Space should be the fifth dimension, for Space knows no boundaries and is timeless.
* HighlyConspicuousUniform: The Robomen, dressed in drab jumpsuits on television, wear shiny black latex jumpsuits and crash-helmet things.
* LookBehindYou: Dr. Who uses this to distract all the Daleks in the room.
* PretendToBeBrainwashed: Tom has to pretend to be a Roboman. Played largely for laughs.
* ProductPlacement: Sugar Puffs helped finance the film. '''It shows.'''
* PromotedToLoveInterest: Inverted. As a consequence of Susan being a little girl in this version instead of a teenager, the movie drops the romantic subplot and David becomes just another rebel.
* SlasherSmile: Philip Madoc's character has one.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Louise and Tom replace Barbara and Ian.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Philip Madoc's character is "rewarded" by the Daleks with extermination.