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This would be the series' third big-screen leap (1990)

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  • Publication: TV Guide
  • Date: 1990-09-29
  • Author: Stephen Galloway
  • Page: 43
  • Language: English

The BBC's long-running cult hit Dr. Who (seen here on PBS stations) has been put on hiatus for the first time since it started airing in 1963, while plans to make a movie version are developed. This would be the series' third big-screen leap.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Galloway, Stephen (1990-09-29). This would be the series' third big-screen leap. TV Guide p. 43.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Galloway, Stephen. "This would be the series' third big-screen leap." TV Guide [add city] 1990-09-29, 43. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Galloway, Stephen. "This would be the series' third big-screen leap." TV Guide, edition, sec., 1990-09-29
  • Turabian: Galloway, Stephen. "This would be the series' third big-screen leap." TV Guide, 1990-09-29, section, 43 edition.
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