Fourth Doctor

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Doctor Who Books, 1992 - Doctor Who (Television program : 1963-1989) - 250 pages
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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

About the author (1992)

David Howe works in the Centre for Research on the Child and Family at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.

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