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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

The tenth season of Doctor Who ran between 30th December 1972 and 23rd June 1973. It starred Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor. The tenth anniversary story The Three Doctors aired during this season.

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Overview

It consisted of 5 serials, and 26 episodes. William Hartnell returned in a cameo as the First Doctor and Patrick Troughton in a more substantial role as the Second Doctor in The Three Doctors. This story marked the end of the Doctor's exile on Earth, opening the series up to increased off-world adventures and beginning a gradual chasing out of UNIT-related storylines. Jo Grant left this season. Roger Delgado made his final appearance as the original incarnation of the Master in Frontier in Space. Owing to the actor's accidental death, the Master never had a proper send-off and would not return as a semi-regular character until 1981.

Stories

# Title Writer Episodes Notes
1 The Three Doctors Bob Baker
Dave Martin
4 First appearance of the Second Doctor since 1969 and the First Doctor since 1966; final performance of William Hartnell as the Doctor
2 Carnival of Monsters Robert Holmes 4
3 Frontier in Space Malcolm Hulke 6 Final performance of Roger Delgado as the Master
4 Planet of the Daleks Terry Nation 6 First Terry Nation Daleks script since 1965
5 The Green Death Robert Sloman 6 Final appearance of Jo Grant

Main Cast

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Regular

Recurring

Guest

Adaptations and merchandising

Video

VHS

DVD

  • The Three Doctors
  • Carnival of Monsters
  • Frontier in Space
  • Planet of the Daleks
  • The Green Death

Novelisations

Audiobooks

External Links

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Season 10
The Three Doctors  • Carnival of Monsters  • Frontier in Space  • Planet of the Daleks  • The Green Death
Aliens and Enemies of Season 10
The Three Doctors: Omega  • Gell guards  • Anti-matter Organism  • Time Lords Carnival of Monsters: Lurmans  • Drashigs  • Kalik  • Plesiosaurus  • Orum  • Inter Minorians Frontier in Space: Draconians  • The Master  • Ogrons  • Daleks  • Ogron eater  • Cross Planet of the Daleks: Daleks  • Dalek Supreme  • Thals  • Spiridonians  • Sponge-plants  • Eye-plants The Green Death: BOSS  • Giant Maggots  • Giant Flies  • Stevens  • Ralph Fell  • Elgin  • Hinks  • James

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
(Redirected to Season 10 (1978-1979) article)

From Muppet Wiki

The Sesame Street cast of season 10.
Mr. Hooper and David meet Telly Monster, a monster obsessed with watching television.
Bert teaches his pet pigeon Bernice how to play checkers.

Sesame Street Season 10 aired from November 27, 1978 to 1979.

Episodes 1186 - 1315 (130 episodes)

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Season 10 Cast

Season 10 Credits

  • Producer: Al Hyslop
  • Directed by: Jon Stone
  • Writers: Judy Freudberg, Ray Sipherd, Emily Perl Kingsley, David Korr, Tony Geiss, Sara Compton
  • Associate Producer: Lisa Simon
  • Supervising Film Producer: Edith Zornow
  • Music Coordinator: Danny Epstein
  • Conductor: Dave Conner
  • Post Production Supervisor: Ozzie Alfonso
  • Associate Directors: Emily Squires, Sevlin Evans
  • Director of Operations: Ronald L. Weaver
  • Production Supervisor: Frieda Lipp
  • Art Director: Alan J. Compton
  • Production Stage Manager: Chet O'Brien
  • Set Decorator: Nat Mongioi
  • Costume Designer: Bill Kellard
  • Graphic Artist: Gerri Brioso
  • Senior Scenic Artist: Victor DiNapoli
  • Production Assistants: Joseph Catalano, Thelma Moses, Mercedes Polanco, Cathi Rosenberg, Laurie Blank
  • Production Secretary: Sharen Gay
  • Film Editor: Mike Breddan
  • Technical Advisor: Walt Rauffer
  • Unit Manager: Glenda Jones
  • Technical Director: Ralph Mensch
  • Lighting Director: Tony DiGirolamo
  • Sound Effects: Dick Maitland, Roy Carch
  • Audio: Louis J. Bruno
  • Video: Rolf Wahl
  • Videotape Editors: Vincent Sims, John Hutchinson
  • Make-Up: Mickey Scott
  • Hair Stylist: Lee Trent
  • Wardrobe: Grisha Mynova
  • Curriculum Coordinator: Robert J. Emerick
  • Vice President for Research: Edward L. Palmer, Ph.D
  • Researchers: Rodney Davis, LaMarian Hayes, Leona Shauble, Ana Herrara, Bettiana Peel, obatala ombu, Janet Shapiro
  • Chairman, Board of Advisors: Gerald S. Lesser, Ph.D.
  • Creative Consultant: Jon Stone
  • Vice President for Production: David D. Connell

Notes

For the tenth season, Jim Henson and Michael Frith were given the task of coming up with some new Muppet characters to revitalize the show. One of Frith's suggestions was a living pile of trash who would act as a font of wisdom. This idea was rejected by the Sesame Street team, but was recycled a few years later to become Fraggle Rock's Marjory the Trash Heap.[1]

Sources

  1. Fraggle Rock: Complete Third Season bonus material


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