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Doctor Who #3: (BBC)(1970-74) Jon Pertwee
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: David Moore

references:
Radio Times, British Film Institute, Internet Movie Database

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DOCTOR WHO
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BBC Television Production
Created by Terry Nation
UK Sci-Fi series 1963 to1989 + 1996 + 2005 to present
Starring:
Jon Pertwee as The Doctor #3 (series 7-11)(1970-74)
With:
Caroline John as Elizabeth Shaw (series 7)
Katy Manning as Jo Grant (series 8-10)
John Levene as Sgt. John Benton (regular, series 8, recurring, series 7, 9-13)
Roger Delgado as The Master (regular, series 8, recurring, series 9-10)
Richard Franklin as Capt. Mike Yates (regular series 8, recurring series 9-11)
Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith (series 11-14)

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Doctor Who #3 (Jan 1970 - June 1974) (In Colour from Jan 1970)
Jon Pertwee as The Doctor (series 7-11)
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Original series 7 [JP] (25 episodes, tx. January 3 1970 to June 20 1970, BBC1)
Jon Pertwee as The Doctor #3
03-Jan-1970 [JP] Spearhead from Space, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
31-Jan-1970 [JP] Doctor Who and the Silurians, 7 episodes, written by Malcolm Hulke
21-Mar-1970 [JP] The Ambassadors of Death, 7 episodes, written by David Whitaker, Malcolm Hulke
09-May-1970 [JP] Inferno, 7 episodes, written by Don Houghton

Original series 8 [JP] (25 episodes, tx. January 2 1971 to June 19 1971, BBC1)
Jon Pertwee as The Doctor #3  (Katy Manning entry)
02-Jan-1971 [JP+KM] Terror of the Autons, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
30-Jan-1971 [JP+KM] The Mind of Evil, 6 episodes, written by Don Houghton
13-Mar-1971 [JP+KM] The Claws of Axos, 4 episodes, written by Bob Baker, Dave Martin
10-Apr-1971 [JP+KM] Colony in Space, 6 episodes, written by Malcolm Hulke
22-May-1971 [JP+KM] The Daemons, 5 episodes, written by Robert Sloman, Barry Letts

Original series 9 [JP] (26 episodes, tx. January 1 1972 to June 24 1972, BBC1)
Jon Pertwee as The Doctor #3
(with Katy Manning)
01-Jan-1972 [JP+KM] Day of the Daleks, 4 episodes, written by Louis Marks
29-Jan-1972 [JP+KM] The Curse of Peladon, 4 episodes, written by Brian Hayles
26-Feb-1972 [JP+KM] The Sea Devils, 6 episodes, written by Malcolm Hulke
08-Apr-1972 [JP+KM] The Mutants, 6 episodes, written by Bob Baker, Dave Martin
20-May-1972 [JP+KM] The Time Monster, 6 episodes, written by Robert Sloman

Original series 10 [JP] (26 episodes, tx. December 30 1972 to June 23 1973, BBC1)
Jon Pertwee as The Doctor #3 (with Katy Manning)
30-Dec-1972 [JP+KM] The Three Doctors, 4 episodes, written by Bob Baker, Dave Martin
27-Jan-1973 [JP+KM] Carnival of Monsters, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
24-Feb-1973 [JP+KM] Frontier in Space, 6 episodes, written by Malcolm Hulke
07-Apr-1973 [JP+KM] Planet of the Daleks, 6 episodes, written by Terry Nation
 19-May-1973 [JP+KM] The Green Death, 6 episodes, written by Robert Sloman

Original series 11 [JP] (26 episodes, tx. December 15 1973 to June 8 1974, BBC1)
Jon Pertwee as The Doctor #3
(Elisabeth Sladen entry)
15-Dec-1973 [JP+ES] The Time Warrior, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
12-Jan-1974 [JP+ES] Invasion of the Dinosaurs, 6 episodes, written by Malcolm Hulke
23-Feb-1974 [JP+ES] Death to the Daleks, 4 episodes, written by Terry Nation
23-Mar-1974 [JP+ES] The Monster of Peladon, 6 episodes, written by Brian Hayles
04-May-1974 [JP+ES] Planet of the Spiders, 6 episodes, written by Robert Sloman

End of Doctor Who #3 - Jon Pertwee / Replaced by Tom Baker

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