Series: Doctor Who: The Scripts

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The Tribe of Gum: The Script by Anthony Coburn1
The Tomb of the Cybermen: The Script by Gerry Davis2
The Talons of Weng-Chiang: The Script by Robert Holmes3
The Daleks: The Script by Terry Nation4
The Masters of Luxor: The Script by Anthony Coburn5
The Daemons: The Script by Robert Sloman6
The Power of the Daleks: The Script by David Whitaker7
Ghost Light: The Script by Marc Platt8
Galaxy 4: The Script by William Emms9
The Crusade: The Script by David Whitaker10

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In the late 80s / early 90s, Titan books published a series of Doctor Who script books. This is them, in publication order.

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