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The History of ‘Doctor Who’ Titles

Marcus Bernhard of TVARK provides an in-depth look at 50 years of opening titles for sci-fi show Doctor Who forArt of theTitle.

He writes, “Over forty years, the Doctor has been played by ten different actors on TV, with others on film, stage, radio and audio media. The TV series was quickly identified with a startling theme tune, composed by Ron Grainer — who also wrote the music for Steptoe and Son, Tales of the Unexpected and Man In A Suitcase (AKA TFI Friday) — and a spine-tingling title sequence, of which a complete history follows below…”

Read the full story here.

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