Documentary to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of this popular cult sci-fi television series.
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This documentary, made by the BBC, to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of "Doctor Who" (1963), the popular cult sci-fi children's television series. The documentary features extensive interviews with the four remaining Doctors, interviews with various other members of the cast and crew, and many clips from the series showing the other Doctors and the best of the dangerous and exotic monsters that did battle with 'The Doctor' over the last four decades. Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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Nothing I Didn`t Already Know
20 January 2004 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

As a fan of the classic TV series DOCTOR WHO I was totally underwhelmed by this documentary . It`s just basically a lot of actors talking about their time on the show intercut with clips from the series . The interviews themselves seem to be culled from other documentaries like the Graham Cole ( Best known as PC Tony Stamp from THE BILL who played umpteen monsters under heavy make up ) interview that looks like it`s been pinched from a documentary called CARNIVAL OF MONSTERS a few years earlier and clips are the oft seen ones which every fan like myself will already have on video or DVD , but I guess THE STORY OF DOCTOR WHO was made simply to appeal to the casual viewer and to make the point there will be a new series shown on the BBC in 2005 . In other words it`s a plug


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