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  • David Whitaker
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  • David Whitaker est scénariste et éditeur de script pour la série Doctor Who dans les années 1960. Il est le premier éditeur de script de la série et assure donc la continuité des épisodes.
  • Also Eddie Munster's real dad, but don't tell Herman. His granddaughter is the new Doctor. Looked exactly the same at 50 as he did at 35, but then he died at 51.
  • David Whitaker is credited as rapper for the following tracks from Xenoblade Chronicles X. * Black Tar with mpi * Melancholia with Aimee Blackschleger
  • David Whitaker est un artiste américain membre du groupe Chemical Reaction.
  • Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Whitaker also appeared as a Yoga instructor in the Is It Me? episode "Dirty Little Secrets" in 2011. He also worked as director of photography on this series between 2010 and 2012. More recently, he was the cinematographer on the short science fiction film November 31st (2013).
  • David Whitaker (* 18. April 1928 ; † 04. Februar 1980) war ein britischer Drehbuchautor, der bei der Entstehung der Serie Doctor Who mitwirkte. Whitaker fungierte zu Beginn der Serie als script Editor und schrieb die Drehbücher zu folgenden Episoden: * The Edge of Destruction * The Rescue * The Crusade * The Power of the Daleks * The Evil of the Daleks * The Enemy of the World * The Wheel in Space * The Ambassadors of Death Gemeinsam mit Terry Nation arbeitete er an den Büchern The Dalek Book und The Dalek Outer Space Book.
  • He also wrote Doctor Who serials, including The Crusade, The Power of the Daleks and The Evil of the Daleks, with Power being the debut of the Second Doctor. Other Dalek work included writing the Dalek comic strip in TV Century 21, and the 1965 stage play The Curse of the Daleks. Whitaker also co-wrote, with Nation, three books of Dalek-related stories published around the same time as his novelisations: The Dalek Book, The Dalek World and The Dalek Outer Space Book.
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  • Xenoblade Chronicles X
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  • 6852
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  • Performance of several anime theme songs
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  • [[#Doctor Who stories written
Birth Date
  • 1928-04-18
Name
  • David Whitaker
DOB
  • 1979-06-29
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  • David Whitaker
death date
  • 1980-02-04
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Occupation
  • Rapper
Time
  • 1963
Gender
  • Male
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  • David Whitaker est scénariste et éditeur de script pour la série Doctor Who dans les années 1960. Il est le premier éditeur de script de la série et assure donc la continuité des épisodes.
  • David Whitaker (* 18. April 1928 ; † 04. Februar 1980) war ein britischer Drehbuchautor, der bei der Entstehung der Serie Doctor Who mitwirkte. Whitaker fungierte zu Beginn der Serie als script Editor und schrieb die Drehbücher zu folgenden Episoden: * The Edge of Destruction * The Rescue * The Crusade * The Power of the Daleks * The Evil of the Daleks * The Enemy of the World * The Wheel in Space * The Ambassadors of Death Außerdem schrieb er die Romanfassungen zu den Episoden The Daleks (unter dem Titel Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks) und The Crusade (unter dem Titel Doctor Who and the Crusaders). Gemeinsam mit Terry Nation arbeitete er an den Büchern The Dalek Book und The Dalek Outer Space Book.
  • Also Eddie Munster's real dad, but don't tell Herman. His granddaughter is the new Doctor. Looked exactly the same at 50 as he did at 35, but then he died at 51.
  • David Whitaker is credited as rapper for the following tracks from Xenoblade Chronicles X. * Black Tar with mpi * Melancholia with Aimee Blackschleger
  • David Whitaker est un artiste américain membre du groupe Chemical Reaction.
  • He also wrote Doctor Who serials, including The Crusade, The Power of the Daleks and The Evil of the Daleks, with Power being the debut of the Second Doctor. Other Dalek work included writing the Dalek comic strip in TV Century 21, and the 1965 stage play The Curse of the Daleks. In 1964, Whitaker was commissioned by publishers Frederick Muller to write two novels based on the series. They were Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks (an adaptation of the series' first Dalek story, The Daleks, by Terry Nation; later republished as Doctor Who and the Daleks) and Doctor Who and the Crusaders (an adaptation of his own serial, The Crusade). They were originally published by Armada Paperbacks for the kingly price of 2'6. In 1973 they were reprinted by Target Books and, along with a third novel by Bill Strutton, became the core of the long-running and popular series of Doctor Who novels. Whitaker also co-wrote, with Nation, three books of Dalek-related stories published around the same time as his novelisations: The Dalek Book, The Dalek World and The Dalek Outer Space Book. In 1980, Whitaker was commissioned to write a novelisation of The Enemy of the World, but died before completion. In 1994, a previously unpublished short story, Rennigan's Record, was published in DWM 200.
  • Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Whitaker also appeared as a Yoga instructor in the Is It Me? episode "Dirty Little Secrets" in 2011. He also worked as director of photography on this series between 2010 and 2012. More recently, he was the cinematographer on the short science fiction film November 31st (2013).
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