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I Am The Doctor ✽ [EPUB] ✵ I Am The Doctor By Jon Pertwee ❧ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk In , the BBC s popular science fiction series Doctor Who began its second decade with a radical new direction and a fresh, dynamic incarnation of the Doctor For five years, Jon Pertwee was the Doctor In , the BBC s popular science fiction series Doctor Who began its second I Am Epub / decade with a radical new direction and a fresh, dynamic incarnation of the Doctor For five years, Jon Pertwee was the Doctor in the ongoing fight against evil and injusticeDoctor Who gave Jon Pertwee, already a successful radio, stage and film actor, the opportunity to expand his extensive repertoire to include television and he delighted audiences world wide with his portrayal of the Doctor as a dashing, debonnaire man of actionIn the year before his death in , Jon Pertwee had been working with Doctor Who historian David J Howe to present for the first time anywhere in print an appreciation of Doctor Who from the viewpoint of its leading actor The stories, the monsters, the companions, the locations and the guest stars are all recalled in this entertaining and informative trip back through time, told in Jon Pertwee s inimitable styleI Am The Doctor is fully illustrated with over one hundred colour and black and white photographs, many of them never before published, and features reminiscences about The Navy Lark and Worzel Gummidge as well as an overview of Jon s entire career Including anecdotes and memories from others who appeared in and worked on Doctor Who in the early seventies, I Am The Doctor is guaranteed to entertain and delight fans of Jon Pertwee whatever their age.

    Hardcover Í I Am The Doctor PDF Ü I Am Epub / Who gave Jon Pertwee, already a successful radio, stage and film actor, the opportunity to expand his extensive repertoire to include television and he delighted audiences world wide with his portrayal of the Doctor as a dashing, debonnaire man of actionIn the year before his death in , Jon Pertwee had been working with Doctor Who historian David J Howe to present for the first time anywhere in print an appreciation of Doctor Who from the viewpoint of its leading actor The stories, the monsters, the companions, the locations and the guest stars are all recalled in this entertaining and informative trip back through time, told in Jon Pertwee s inimitable styleI Am The Doctor is fully illustrated with over one hundred colour and black and white photographs, many of them never before published, and features reminiscences about The Navy Lark and Worzel Gummidge as well as an overview of Jon s entire career Including anecdotes and memories from others who appeared in and worked on Doctor Who in the early seventies, I Am The Doctor is guaranteed to entertain and delight fans of Jon Pertwee whatever their age."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • I Am The Doctor
  • Jon Pertwee
  • English
  • 08 March 2019
  • 1852276215

About the Author: Jon Pertwee

Born in Chelsea, London, in , Jon Pertwee is best known for his role I Am Epub / in the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who, in which he played the third incarnation of the Doctor from to , and as the title character in the series Worzel Gummidge He is also well known for his year stint on BBC Radio as Chief Petty Officer Pertwee in The Navy Lark he died at a Connecticut Doctor Who convention in .



10 thoughts on “I Am The Doctor

  1. Paul Doody Paul Doody says:

    Jon Pertwee wrote a memoir, Moonboots and Dinner Suits , but ended the book before the point at which he was cast as everyone s favourite Time Lord That is rectified here, as doyen of Doctor Who non fiction writers David Howe collaborates with Pertwee on his memoirs of five years in the show, from 1970 to 1974 Lots of details, plenty of stories about his much loved costars, and many photographs, some never before published A wonderful book and a superb tribute to a much loved actor and wit.

  2. Hannah Vestal Hannah Vestal says:

    I had read Moon Boots and Dinner Suits over the summer, and was very sad when the book was finished I neededstories by Jon When I found out I Am the Doctor existed, I had to get my hands on it It took a lot of scouring Ebay and I finally found one that was relatively cheap It was so worth it I Am the Doctor was just being finalized when Jon passed away in 96 A good portion of the book is dedicated to his time on Doctor Who, and recounting his favorite moments A small portion is d I had read Moon Boots and Dinner Suits over the summer, and was very sad when the book was finished I neededstories by Jon When I found out I Am the Doctor existed, I had to get my hands on it It took a lot of scouring Ebay and I finally found one that was relatively cheap It was so worth it I Am the Doctor was just being finalized when Jon passed away in 96 A good portion of the book is dedicated to his time on Doctor Who, and recounting his favorite moments A small portion is dedicated to his other works, such as The House that Dripped Blood, Worzel Gummidge, and his interactions with the other actors on Doctor Who There are several sweet things in the book about Jon by people such as Terrance Dicks and Lis Sladen It was a nice way to pay homage to Jon.If you love the Third Doctor, or behind the scenes looks at classic Doctor Who, I think you will enjoy this book There s a lot of great anecdotes and pictures Jon Pertwee is my favorite of the Doctors, so this was a very special book for me I m so glad to have read it

  3. Camilasc Camilasc says:

    This book is very well put together, with many photographs and extras that show it was made with a lot of care and love It also compliments Pertwee s previous biography, Moon Boots and Dinner Suits rather nicely The anectodes shared are very funny, and some are even touching like when he describes what it was like to leave the show and watch the rest of the production team slowly depart, too.Pertwee was a really accomplished entertainer and his writting shows that he was also a very human, This book is very well put together, with many photographs and extras that show it was made with a lot of care and love It also compliments Pertwee s previous biography, Moon Boots and Dinner Suits rather nicely The anectodes shared are very funny, and some are even touching like when he describes what it was like to leave the show and watch the rest of the production team slowly depart, too.Pertwee was a really accomplished entertainer and his writting shows that he was also a very human, human being It s a great shame he isn t around anybut with the massive work he did everywhere, he ll live on

  4. Kristina Brown Kristina Brown says:

    A wonderful book Jon Pertwee recalls his time working on Doctor Who and fills this book with anecdotes about the show and cast As well as the reminiscent style of writing which draws you in, there are also plenty of images from the show and filming.Poignant in that he very sadly died before the book was published Sad also when you consider the other members of Dr Who who ve sadly died Roger Delgado, Patrick Troughton, Anthony Ainley, to name a few But this book is a beautiful reminder of t A wonderful book Jon Pertwee recalls his time working on Doctor Who and fills this book with anecdotes about the show and cast As well as the reminiscent style of writing which draws you in, there are also plenty of images from the show and filming.Poignant in that he very sadly died before the book was published Sad also when you consider the other members of Dr Who who ve sadly died Roger Delgado, Patrick Troughton, Anthony Ainley, to name a few But this book is a beautiful reminder of the magic they brought to us fans

  5. Jenny T Jenny T says:

    I think I may love Jon Pertwee evennow from his kind words about actors like Roger Delgado the first Master to his quirky commentary on the Doctor Who episodes he made he liked the Sea Devils because they looked like his spaniel Digby , he comes across across as charming and very classy.

  6. Teresa Teresa says:

    Moonboots and Dinner Suits was MUCH better than this memoir I liked the pictures, the memories of Jon written by his Dr Who co stars, but the sheer delight in anecdotes and memories as told only how Jon can, was much better in his first volume.

  7. Thasc Thasc says:

    A fascinating insight into Jon s life and career

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