"Doctor Who": The Handbook - The Seventh Doctor (Dr Who) Mass Market Paperback – 15 Oct 1998
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This book reveals previously unknown details about the seventh Doctor''s reign, which was an era of unpre cedented change for the programme. It includes a profile of the actor and a critical summary of each story in which he s tarred. '
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Great behind the scenes information as well as a feature on the making of the season 24 story "Dragonfire". This volume also focuses on the seven year gap of 1989-1996, looking at the various attempts at one time or another on possible revivals of Doctor Who either as a new series or feature films before the British and American co-produced television movie of 1996 that starred Paul McGann as the new eighth Doctor (succeeding and finally concluding Sylvester McCoy's era as the seventh Doctor). This handbook also includes massive coverage of the TV movie.
This volume starts off with an introduction by Sophie Aldred, who played the seventh Doctor's last companion, Ace. It also includes a superb index at the end of the book as well as an errata section, correcting the mistakes from the previous six Doctor Who Handbook volumes. An excellent end to a wonderful series of Handbooks that have become the most in-depth and authorized research on the history of the world's longest-running science fiction series, Doctor Who.