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* ChromosomeCasting: His tenure as Doctor Who producer is notorious for its lack of female representation; many of the stories featured no female characters other than companion [[Characters/DoctorWhoSarahJaneSmith Sarah-Jane Smith]]. This was taken even further in the serial "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin]]", which came after Sarah-Jane's departure and featured the Doctor without a companion - and no female characters whatsoever!

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* ChromosomeCasting: His tenure as Doctor Who producer is notorious for its lack of female representation; many of the stories featured no female characters other than companion [[Characters/DoctorWhoSarahJaneSmith Sarah-Jane Smith]].Smith. This was taken even further in the serial "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin]]", which came after Sarah-Jane's departure and featured the Doctor without a companion - and no female characters whatsoever!


Hinchcliffe's Subsequent producing credits include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Hinchcliffe's Subsequent subsequent producing credits include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. Creator/TomBaker was incumbent as the [[Characters/DoctorWhoFourthDoctor Fourth Doctor]] for the entirety of his tenure as producer, having been cast by Hinchcliffe's predecessor Creator/BarryLetts. Hinchcliffe's tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the show in a LighterAndSofter direction. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. Creator/TomBaker was incumbent as the [[Characters/DoctorWhoFourthDoctor Fourth Doctor]] for the entirety of his tenure as producer, having been cast by Hinchcliffe's predecessor Creator/BarryLetts. Creator/BarryLetts.

Hinchcliffe's tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the show in a LighterAndSofter direction.

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Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. Creator/TomBaker was incumbent as the [[Characters/DoctorWhoFourthDoctor Fourth Doctor]] for the entirety of his tenure as producer. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the show in a LighterAndSofter direction. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. Creator/TomBaker was incumbent as the [[Characters/DoctorWhoFourthDoctor Fourth Doctor]] for the entirety of his tenure as producer. His producer, having been cast by Hinchcliffe's predecessor Creator/BarryLetts. Hinchcliffe's tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the show in a LighterAndSofter direction. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. Creator/TomBaker was incumbent as the Fourth Doctor for the entirity of his tenure as producer. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the show in a LighterAndSofter direction. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. Creator/TomBaker was incumbent as the [[Characters/DoctorWhoFourthDoctor Fourth Doctor Doctor]] for the entirity entirety of his tenure as producer. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the show in a LighterAndSofter direction. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the show in a LighterAndSofter direction. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. Creator/TomBaker was incumbent as the Fourth Doctor for the entirity of his tenure as producer. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the show in a LighterAndSofter direction. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the shiow in a LighterAndSofterDirection. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the shiow show in a LighterAndSofterDirection.LighterAndSofter direction. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent producing credits include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. His replacement, Creator/GrahamWilliams, was ordered to take the shiow in a LighterAndSofterDirection. Subsequent producing credits from Hinchcliife include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing Series/DoctorWho for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "Main/GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent producing credits include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing Series/DoctorWho ''Series/DoctorWho'' for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "Main/GothicHorror" "GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent producing credits include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing Series/DoctorWho for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "Main/GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously moral guardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent producing credits include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing Series/DoctorWho for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "Main/GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously moral guardian MoralGuardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent producing credits include the police drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing Series/DoctorWho for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "Main/GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously moral guardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent producing credits include the police drame ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing Series/DoctorWho for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "Main/GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously moral guardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent producing credits include the police drame drama ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing Series/DoctorWho for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "Main/GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously moral guardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent presenting credits include the police drame ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.

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Philip Michael Hinchcliffe (born 1 October 1944) is a British television producer, screenwriter and script editor, best known for producing Series/DoctorWho for three seasons from 1975 to 1977. His tenure is often held up by fandom as one of, if not ''the'' greatest period in the show's history; alongside script editor Creator/RobertHolmes, he sought to take the show in a DarkerAndEdgier "Main/GothicHorror" direction, taking inspiration from classic horror movies. This proved a huge hit with audiences at the time, but also courted controversy from some who felt that the programme had become to scary for children, most infamously moral guardian Mary Whitehouse, whose complaints eventually led to Hinchcliffe being moved away from Doctor Who by the BBC. Subsequent presenting producing credits include the police drame ''Target'', the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII era comedy drama ''Series/PrivateSchulz'' and the period drama ''TheCharmer''.


* ChromosomeCasting: His tenure as Doctor Who producer is notorious for its lack of female representation; many of the stories featured no female characters other than companion [[Characters/DoctorWhoSarahJaneSmith Sarah-Jane Smith]]. This was taken even further in the serial "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin]]", which came after Sarah-Janes departure and featured the Doctor without a companion - and no female characters whatsoever!

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* ChromosomeCasting: His tenure as Doctor Who producer is notorious for its lack of female representation; many of the stories featured no female characters other than companion [[Characters/DoctorWhoSarahJaneSmith Sarah-Jane Smith]]. This was taken even further in the serial "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin]]", which came after Sarah-Janes Sarah-Jane's departure and featured the Doctor without a companion - and no female characters whatsoever!


** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E2PlanetOfEvil Planet Of Evil]]" was inspired by ''Film/ForbiddenPlanet'' and ''Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde''.

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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E2PlanetOfEvil Planet Of Evil]]" was inspired by ''Film/ForbiddenPlanet'' and ''Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde''.



** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang Th.e Talons Of Weng Chiang]]" drew upon Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera, as well as the story of UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper.

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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang Th.e The Talons Of Weng Chiang]]" drew upon Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera, as well as the story of UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper.


* GothicHorror: Many of the Doctor Who stories he produced took inspiration from Gothic Horror stories: for example, "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E5TheBrainOfMorbius The Brain of Morbius]]" pulled from Literature/{{Frankenstein}}, and "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E3PyramidsOfMars Pyramids of Mars]]" drew inspiration from {{Mummy}} horror films like Film/TheMummy1932 and Film/TheMummy1959, and "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang The Talons Of Weng Chiang]]" drew upon Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera, as well as the story of UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper.

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* GothicHorror: Many of the Doctor Who stories he produced took inspiration from Gothic Horror stories: for example, "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E5TheBrainOfMorbius The Brain of Morbius]]" pulled from Literature/{{Frankenstein}}, stories:
** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E2PlanetOfEvil Planet Of Evil]]" was inspired by ''Film/ForbiddenPlanet''
and "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E3PyramidsOfMars ''Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde''.
**"[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E3PyramidsOfMars
Pyramids of Mars]]" drew inspiration from {{Mummy}} horror films like Film/TheMummy1932 and Film/TheMummy1959, and "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang Film/TheMummy1959.
**"[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E5TheBrainOfMorbius
The Brain of Morbius]]" pulled from Literature/{{Frankenstein}}.
**"[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang Th.e
Talons Of Weng Chiang]]" drew upon Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera, as well as the story of UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper.

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