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Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #18

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2009-10-25 12:18:37 mikebo Added Creator (Contains Photographic Elements)
2007-03-20 13:17:38 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Derek G. Skinn - 'Dez'
2007-02-01 15:42:28 DarthSkeptical Notes This issue contains a letter from Matthew Waterhouse, who, in late April/early May of this same year, would be cast as Adric. In the letter, Waterhouse argues that he dislikes that Dr Who is commonly perceived as "purely kids stuff" and that "outside Dr Who Weekly and the small circulation fanzines, [he's] never seen Dr Who treated intelligently anywhere". In light of Waterhouse's character and performance, this letter has proven to be somewhat ironic. This issue contains a letter from Matthew Waterhouse, who, in late April/early May of this same year, would be cast as Adric. In the letter, Waterhouse argues that he dislikes that Dr Who is commonly perceived as "purely kids stuff" and that "outside Dr Who Weekly and the small circulation fanzines, [he's] never seen Dr Who treated intelligently anywhere". In light of Waterhouse's character and performance, this letter has proven to be somewhat ironic.
2007-02-01 15:42:02 DarthSkeptical Notes This issue contains a letter from Matthew Waterhouse, who, in late April/early May of this same year, would be cast as Adric. In the letter, Waterhouse argues that he dislikes that Dr Who is commonly perceived as "purely kids stuff" and that "outside Dr Who Weekly and the small circulation fanzines, [he's] never seen Dr Who treated intelligently anywhere". In light of Waterhouse's character and performance, this letter has proven to be somewhat ironic.

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