They had a lot of options for that scene. A transition through each Doctor on his own TARDIS as Hartnell looks on before finally finishing on Smith where they share that moment and it comes back to him on his own set would have been a lot more effective.
That sounds dreadful. Why complicate an elegant and touching nod to the 50-year span of the show?
Exactly. Most of the time less is more.
I thought the Kennedy/Dalek scene was chilling as well, and the "I don't want to go" could have seemed trite, but I thought Bradley played it spot on.
So William Russell was the doorman? I didn't spot Carole Ann Ford, but nice to see Jean Marsh in there.