Doctor Who Quotes Book

THE QUOTABLE DOCTOR WHO

The Dr Who Quotes Book Series

A cosmic collection of 2000 thematic quotes about Doctor Who

Volume One: The World's Favourite Time Lord


Doctor Who Quotes book - back cover
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The Quotable Doctor Who by Blue Eyed Books


The Quotable Doctor Who contains a series of quotes, reviews and references about Doctor Who - the famous TV time traveller.

The book also covers comments and quotations about The Doctor's companions (from K9 to Rose Tyler), his enemies (from Daleks to Cybermen) and the leading actors (from Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker to David Tennant and Matt Smith) and support cast, as well as writers, fans and critics, etc.

BOOK DETAILS
Pages: 250
Format: Paperback
Quotes: 2000
ISBN: 9781907338151
Publish Date: Dec 7, 2010

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Dr Who Quotes book - back cover

Sample Quotations from The Quotable Doctor Who ...

THE BBC TV SHOW

"Doctor Who needs no introduction ... indeed, right from the very first episode it has relied upon that elusive quality to convince its audiences that even the most far-fetched adventures are as acceptably believable as any down-to-earth example of cinema verite."

Jeremy Bentham, Doctor Who: The Early Years (1986)

On the global appeal of the show - "Because it's the best idea ever invented in the history of the world!"
Russell T. Davies on BBC Wales Today (2004)

"I love this show as much as ever. It has not diminished as I feared it would. I can still catch a Jon Pertwee repeat on UK Gold and be happy as a Zygon."
Russell T. Davies (2005)

"The new Doctor Who turned out to be a surprise. Nobody expected it to be this lousy ... The special effects were neat, but couldn’t disguise the black hole where the show’s brain should be."
Garry Bushell in The People (2005)

"The dialogue was rarely vital to the old Doctor Who: the single word to resonate in it was 'exterminate' "
Mark Lawson in The Guardian (2005)

"It’s basically a teatime kids show - a bit like My Parents Are Aliens, but not half as funny."
Ian Hyland in The Sunday Mirror (2005)

"I hadn't understood the beauty of sci-fi before Dr Who came into my world."
Billie Piper, Growing Pains (2006)

"The cliché about Doctor Who - that it had us 'hiding behind the sofa' - is more telling in its tone than its questionable factuality. It connotes nostalgia, and a pleasurable mixture of fright and fascination - but above all it connotes domesticity. It united fear and soft furnishings in the British mind."
Sam Leith in The Daily Telegraph (2008)

"Doctor Who has to be proper Doctor Who scary. There is nothing scarier than watching Doctor Who as a child."
Steven Moffat - Exec Producer (2010)






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1 comment:

  1. Great idea for a book about Doctor Who ... love it!

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