Unearthly Child

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Type 40 - The Doctor's TARDIS - Exterior
... the shape of a police box because of a fault that occurred in the first Doctor Who serial, An Unearthly Child ... telephone has been black letters on a white background (An Unearthly Child), white on blue (The Seeds of Death) and white on black (The Curse of Peladon) ... different wordings on the phone panel for example, "Urgent Calls" (An Unearthly Child) as opposed to "All Calls" (Castrovalva publicity photos) ...
An Unearthly Child - Merchandise - In Print
... Doctor Who book An Unearthly Child Series Target novelisations Release number 68 Writer Terrance Dicks Publisher Target Books Cover artist Andrew Skilleter ISBN 0-426-20144-2 Release date 15 ... report that the second serial overshadowed An Unearthly Child to such an extent that many people believed that Terry Nation (writer of The Daleks) created not only the ... Books novelisation of this story, initially published as Doctor Who and an Unearthly Child in October 1981 ...
An Unearthly Child
... An Unearthly Child (also referred to as 100,000 BC) is the first serial in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who ... The first episode, now generally considered to be also called "An Unearthly Child", was originally filmed in September 1963 ...
Doctor Who (season 1) - Serials
... air date Production code - 1 "Pilot" "An Unearthly Child" Waris Hussein Anthony Coburn 1.7 – 26 August 1991 A The first pilot episode of The Unearthly Child ... For the summaries of this episode, see below 4 ... An Unearthly Child "An Unearthly Child" "The Cave of Skulls" "The Forest of Fear" "The Firemaker" Waris Hussein Anthony ...

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