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  • '''THE DOCTOR'S SECRET.''' Méliès, Georges|Georges Méliès, dir. 1900. ''Excerpted ...imposition of the mechanical upon the human. (RDE, 21/05/01){{DEFAULTSORT: DOCTOR'S}}
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  • '''''Doctor Who: "Slipback."''''' Audiotape. BBC Audio Collection, under lease to The Min ...only ''Dr. Who'' story specially written for radio with Colin Baker as the Doctor." "Slipback" is a time-paradox story where the Big Bang creation of the un
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  • '''"Earthshock." ''[[DOCTOR WHO Episodes|Doctor Who]]'''''. [[Grimwade, Peter|Peter Grimwade]], dir. UK: BBC Colour, 1981. P ...at the freighter will crash into Earth of 65 million BCE, thus killing the Doctor's companion Adric, but also assuring the evolution of the human species.
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  • ...SLEEP. Mike Flanagan, director, script (from the novel by Stephen King,''' who is also one of the exec. producers). Maher Ahmad, production design. USA/UK ...c is important, as is the film's utter silence on how the containers work: DOCTOR SLEEP will use some visuals that are like SF but remains mostly horror.
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  • '''Jennings, Phillip C. "Doctor Quick."''' ''Aboriginal'' ''S. F.'' Sept.-Oct. 1988: 9 f. [[Category: Ficti
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  • '''DOCTOR WHO Episodes: BBC Television 1963-1989''' (the "Doctor" in the title sometimes gets shortened, according to national practice, to ...that "The story doesn’t take long to throw in a number of familiar Doctor Who elements: mechanical spiders, paranoid computers, mad scientists, and a tim
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  • '''''Doctor Who: "Robot."''' Christopher Barry, dir. UK: BBC Colour, 1975. Terrance Dicks,
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  • '''Resnick, Mike. ''The Doctor and the Kid''''' (also ''The Doctor and the Kid: A Weird West Tale'', or, in parentheses, ''Weird West Tales, # ...ady a fan of the genre and Resnick’s previous works, as well as the reader who is venturing for the first time into the realm of battery-operated high-pow
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  • ...the 25th season of the British science fiction television series ''Doctor Who''. It was first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC1 in three weekly par {{DEFAULTSORT: Doctor Who: "The Silver Nemesis"}}
    567 bytes (83 words) - 20:46, 21 August 2019
  • '''Dicks, Terrance. ''Doctor Who and the Android Invasion''.''' London: W. H. Allen, 1978. Los Angeles: Pinn
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  • '''"The Green Death." Doctor Who.''' Michael Briant, dir. UK: BBC Colour, 1973. Jon Pertwee, star. Terrance {{DEFAULTSORT: Doctor Who: "Green Death"}}
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  • '''"Paradise Towers." [[DOCTOR WHO Episodes|''Doctor Who'']].''' Nicholas Mallett, dir. Stephen Wyatt, script. UK: BBC Colour, Seaso
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  • ...ition. Tarzana, California: Hollywood Comics, 2010.[https://www.amazon.com/Doctor-Lerne-Brian-Stableford/dp/1935558153/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=978193555 ...notes that Lerne "starts out with organ transplants, but ends with the mad doctor’s soul possessing a car" ("Retrofitting Humanity," p. 12). Cf. and contra
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  • '''Dicks, Terrance. ''The Adventures of Doctor Who''.''' 1976. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1979. (See copyright page of this e ...the Daleks'', ''Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen,'' and ''Doctor Who and the Loch Ness Monster''; also includes a brief introd. by Harlan Elliso
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  • '''Dicks, Terrance. ''Doctor Who and the Robots of Death''.''' London: Allen, 1979. [[Category: Fiction]] ...e human crew relaxes in luxury while robots do the work. One of thirty Dr. Who books published by W. H. Allen under "A Children's Book" imprint.[[Category
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  • '''''Doctor Who'': "Pyramids of Mars."''' Paddy Russel, dir. UK: BBC Colour, 1975. Tom Bake
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  • '''''Doctor Who'': "Revelation of the Daleks."''' BBC1, 23-30 March 1985. ...d Monitored Lives]]" entry for David Layton, and search to see if ''Doctor Who'' website can still be accessed.[http://www.thedoctorwhosite.co.uk/dalek/ep
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  • '''''Doctor Who'': "Genesis of the Daleks."''' Audiotape. BBC Audio Collection, under lea Audio version of the BBC ''Doctor Who'' episode ''[[Genesis of the Daleks]]''.
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  • '''DOCTOR, computer program in ELIZA'''. Developed at MIT by Joseph Weizenbaum betwee ...ased on the TV show ''The Prisoner''. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELIZA] DOCTOR is discussed with his usual insight and sense of humor by Carl Sagan in ''T
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  • '''Carter, Angela. ''The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman'''''. New York: Penguin, 1985. [[Category: Fiction]] An entire population suffers from hallucinations created by an evil doctor and his machines of desire. Rev. Laurel Anderson Tryforos, ''FR'' #92, 9.6
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  • '''Dicks, Terrance. ''The Adventures of Doctor Who''.''' 1976. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1979. (See copyright page of this e ...the Daleks'', ''Doctor Who and the Revenge of the Cybermen,'' and ''Doctor Who and the Loch Ness Monster''; also includes a brief introd. by Harlan Elliso
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  • '''''Doctor Who'': "Genesis of the Daleks."''' Audiotape. BBC Audio Collection, under lea Audio version of the BBC ''Doctor Who'' episode ''[[Genesis of the Daleks]]''.
    363 bytes (53 words) - 20:34, 21 August 2019
  • '''THE DOCTOR'S SECRET.''' Méliès, Georges|Georges Méliès, dir. 1900. ''Excerpted ...imposition of the mechanical upon the human. (RDE, 21/05/01){{DEFAULTSORT: DOCTOR'S}}
    619 bytes (86 words) - 23:31, 26 December 2014
  • '''"Earthshock." ''[[DOCTOR WHO Episodes|Doctor Who]]'''''. [[Grimwade, Peter|Peter Grimwade]], dir. UK: BBC Colour, 1981. P ...at the freighter will crash into Earth of 65 million BCE, thus killing the Doctor's companion Adric, but also assuring the evolution of the human species.
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  • ...966). Stars Peter Cushing as Doctor Who. Based on the BBC series, ''Doctor Who''. [[Category: Drama]] ...o'' episodes. In this series of episodes, the Daleks are organic creatures who encase themselves in individual, mobile machines for protection against res
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  • '''''Doctor Who'': "Revelation of the Daleks."''' BBC1, 23-30 March 1985. ...d Monitored Lives]]" entry for David Layton, and search to see if ''Doctor Who'' website can still be accessed.[http://www.thedoctorwhosite.co.uk/dalek/ep
    351 bytes (49 words) - 21:00, 24 August 2019
  • ...the 25th season of the British science fiction television series ''Doctor Who''. It was first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC1 in three weekly par {{DEFAULTSORT: Doctor Who: "The Silver Nemesis"}}
    567 bytes (83 words) - 20:46, 21 August 2019
  • '''DOCTOR, computer program in ELIZA'''. Developed at MIT by Joseph Weizenbaum betwee ...ased on the TV show ''The Prisoner''. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELIZA] DOCTOR is discussed with his usual insight and sense of humor by Carl Sagan in ''T
    952 bytes (143 words) - 16:14, 26 October 2014
  • '''"Paradise Towers." [[DOCTOR WHO Episodes|''Doctor Who'']].''' Nicholas Mallett, dir. Stephen Wyatt, script. UK: BBC Colour, Seaso
    432 bytes (60 words) - 16:52, 29 December 2014
  • '''Carter, Angela. ''The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman'''''. New York: Penguin, 1985. [[Category: Fiction]] An entire population suffers from hallucinations created by an evil doctor and his machines of desire. Rev. Laurel Anderson Tryforos, ''FR'' #92, 9.6
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  • ...ing the false memory of having her" nanoprobes stolen, and the idea of the Doctor's becoming a psychiatrist by adding "a psychiatric program to his subroutin
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  • ....fandom.com/wiki/The_Doctor] images Harry Kim of the ''Voyager'' crew, the Doctor ...memory files. This time, Janeway makes a different decision, allowing the Doctor to work through the conflict, no matter how painful or how long it takes. (
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  • ...bors. Etc.: The question of "legal rights" therefore leads directly to the Doctor's status as a sentient, sapient being. ...conducted by long distance. After several days the arbiter rules that the Doctor is not yet considered a person under current Federation law but is an artis
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  • '''"Genesis of the Daleks." ''Doctor Who''.''' David Maloney, dir. UK: BBC1 Colour, 8 March to 12 April 1975. four ...g government. For the version here of the origin of the Daleks, see [[DR. WHO AND THE DALEKS]].
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  • '''"The Green Death." Doctor Who.''' Michael Briant, dir. UK: BBC Colour, 1973. Jon Pertwee, star. Terrance {{DEFAULTSORT: Doctor Who: "Green Death"}}
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  • '''DOCTOR WHO Episodes: BBC Television 1963-1989''' (the "Doctor" in the title sometimes gets shortened, according to national practice, to ...that "The story doesn’t take long to throw in a number of familiar Doctor Who elements: mechanical spiders, paranoid computers, mad scientists, and a tim
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  • ...ition. Tarzana, California: Hollywood Comics, 2010.[https://www.amazon.com/Doctor-Lerne-Brian-Stableford/dp/1935558153/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=978193555 ...notes that Lerne "starts out with organ transplants, but ends with the mad doctor’s soul possessing a car" ("Retrofitting Humanity," p. 12). Cf. and contra
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  • '''''Star Trek: Voyager'', "Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy."''' #224, 12 Oct. 1999. ...k — the ship comes under the surveillance of wonderfully hippo-like aliens who have targeted" ''Voyager'' "for a technology raid." Significant for alien h
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  • ...(US release: 1968). Joe Vegoda, exec. prod. Stars Peter Cushing as Doctor Who. [[Category: Drama]] ...central to the Daleks' nefarious scheme. See in this Category, '''''Doctor Who''''' episodes.[[Category: Drama]]
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  • ...in tone, which justifies complexities: The former Borg, Seven of Nine; the Doctor, "an Emergency Medical Hologram Mark I"; and Ensign Harry Kim, human, are o ...ven having allowed him to download his program into her Borg implants. The Doctor, in control of Seven's body, begins to experience human senses for the firs
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