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The Daemons
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Written by: Robert Sloman, Barry Letts, John McElroy (Editor)
Publisher: Titan Books
Release date: 22 October 1992
Format: Paperback book, 160 pages
ISBN 1-85286-324-2
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The Daemons was the sixth in Titan Books' releases of serial scripts. As of December 2012, it remains the only Third Doctor script to be made available commercially.

Unlike the cases of the television story and the novelisation, there was no attempt to use the letter æ in the title of this publication.

Publisher's summary Edit

DEVIL'S END... An ancient archaeological barrow. A White Witch warning of impending doom. A trio of formidable foes — Azal, Boc and... the Master! The Doctor and Jo Grant, his assistant, are soon to come face-to-face with an evil almost as old as time itself.

Read the complete, classic script of a story voted by fans the best ever Doctor Who, together with fascinating background and technical information.

Subject matter Edit

Full unedited scripts of the televised Doctor Who adventure The Dæmons.

Contents Edit

  • Introduction
  • Background
  • Cast
  • Technical Details
  • Production Credits
  • Episode One
  • Episode Two
  • Episode Three
  • Episode Four
  • Episode Five

Notable features Edit

  • In the back cover text (see Publisher's summary above), Bok's name is misspelt as "Boc". However, the name is spelt correctly inside.
  • On page 15, mention is made of the recording of "episodes five and six in TC3 on Wednesday May 26th". This is obviously a misprint, but may well be the source of the popular myth that there was originally a sixth episode.

Notes Edit

  • Published in paperback
  • Priced £4.99 (UK)


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