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Gerry Davis, 61, screenwriter-story editor-novelist, died Aug. 31 in Venice, Calif., of cancer.

He was writer and story editor on the BBC series "Dr. Who." From 1968 to 1973, he supervised 39 episodes of the BBC's "Doomwatch" series, as creator, writer and story editor.

In 1980, he wrote the film "The Final Countdown." His tv credits include episodes of "The Hitchhiker" and "Vegas." In 1984, he was a staff writer on short-lived series "Jessie."

Survived by three daughters, a brother, a sister and two granddaughters.

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