in the first peter cushing movie it is second in command,
in the second peter cushing movie it is the saucer pilot,
in series 4 with David Tennant it is the supreme dalek,
and the new paradigm dalek rank for red is a drone.
Not all daleks have names, the more notable ones just have titles, such as Dalek Emperor, or Dalek Supreme. The Cult of Skaro had names though, their names were Dalek Sec, Caan, Jast and Thay.
either dalek sec or dalek stratigest
Jenna-Louise Coleman Plays Clara, the Doctor's new companion, the Dalek, and the Victorian Governess.
Davros created them, however they tend to overthrow him. In the classic series they apparantly kill him, he turns up in a later episode though. In the 7th Doctor story 'Remembrance of the Daleks', there are two Dalek factions, Imperial Daleks under the Dalek Emperor, and Renegade Daleks under the Dalek Supreme. The Emperor in this case turns out to be Davros however. At the end of the 1st series of the rebooted Doctor Who, the Dalek Emperor is shown, he survived the Time War and rebuilt an army. They are destroyed by Rose Tyler however. During series 2 and 3, four other Daleks are shown to have survived the Time War. They are the Cult of Skaro, specially designated Daleks with their own names and imagination. They are lead by a black Dalek, Dalek Sec. In the 4th series, another Dalek force has been assembled, lead by a Supreme Dalek. Davros is here also, though he is simply being kept for his scientific expertise. In the 5th series, a 'New Paradigm' of Dalek is created. They are colour coded, the white one is the new Supreme Dalek. In series 7, 'Asylum of the Daleks', the Daleks have a parliament and a prime minister.
Robert Jewell has: Performed in "Consider Your Verdict" in 1961. Played Dave Betts in "Consider Your Verdict" in 1961. Played Dalek Machine Operator in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Clown in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Dalek in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Macra in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Zarbi in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Macra Operator in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Zarbi Operator in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Dalek Operator in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Dalek Operator in "Dr. Who and the Daleks" in 1965. Played Robot Operator in "The Terrornauts" in 1967. Played Van Driver in "Prisoner" in 1979. Played Truck Driver in "Prisoner" in 1979. Played Delivery Man in "Prisoner" in 1979. Played Bluey in "Prisoner" in 1979. Played Andy in "Prisoner" in 1979. Played Grazier in "The Flying Doctors" in 1986. Performed in "Talking Daleks" in 2003.
The "yellow dalek" is called the Eternal Dalek.
the supreme dalek
It has to be the Dalek.
A Dalek is a Doctor Who alien which looks like this But you are right that is green.....on the inside...
the daleks make the cult of skaro, there names are, Dalek Sec (leader), Dalek Caan, Dalek Thay and Dalek Jast
The basic answer is yes. Most of this was disclosed in the Doctor 7 show Remembrance of the Daleks which aired in 1988. It is unclear how the Emperor Dalek Davros is related to the Emperor Dalek in the Doctor 2 Adventure Evil of the Daleks
the dalek the dalek wiped out the time lords and are the doctor dedlyest enemy
Basically those voices were electronically manipulated. You can find some information on how the Dalek's voices were created in the Wikipedia article on "Dalek", specifically here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalek#Voices
The BBC controls all Doctor Who imagery, and has indeed registered a trademark on the word "dalek."