Doctor Who Books, 1992 - Doctor Who (Television program : 1963-1989) - 250 pages
This is the first book in a series that covers each phase in the history of Doctor Who. It explains every aspect of the reign of each Doctor, considering the fourth Doctor in a historical perspective, Tom Baker the actor, the development of the role of the fourth Doctor Who, the stories behind the TV series, the re-creation and expansion of the Doctor Who mythology and looking at a typical fourth Doctor story from script to screen.
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Review: Doctor Who the Handbook: The Fourth Doctor (Doctor Who the Handbook #4)User Review - GuyAnthony DeMarco - Goodreads
I discovered the good Doctor during reruns in the early 1970's on my black & white television. I enjoyed the show, but I drifted on to other genres, particularly monster films from Japan. In the late ... Read full review
Review: Doctor Who the Handbook: The Fourth Doctor (Doctor Who the Handbook #4)User Review - Reuben Herfindahl - Goodreads
The series as a whole is really solid, but this is the weakest entry and the shortest, kind suprising since it covers the longest time span. Read full review