Film and Television
- Doctor (film), a Malayalam film by M. S. Mani
- The Doctor (film), a 1991 movie starring William Hurt
- The Doctor (1952 TV series), a 1951–1952 NBC nonfiction series
- The Doctors (1963 TV series), a 1963–1982 NBC soap opera
- The Doctors (1969 TV series), a 1969–1971 BBC medical drama
- Doctors (soap opera), a BBC soap opera
- The Doctors (2008 TV series), an American talk show
- The Doctors (Polish TV series), a 2012 Polish medical drama
- "The Doctor" (Once Upon a Time), a 2012 episode of Once Upon a Time
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Famous quotes containing the words television and/or film:
“It is marvelous indeed to watch on television the rings of Saturn close; and to speculate on what we may yet find at galaxys edge. But in the process, we have lost the human element; not to mention the high hope of those quaint days when flight would create one world. Instead of one world, we have star wars, and a future in which dumb dented human toys will drift mindlessly about the cosmos long after our small planets dead.”
—Gore Vidal (b. 1925)
“The womans world ... is shown as a series of limited spaces, with the woman struggling to get free of them. The struggle is what the film is about; what is struggled against is the limited space itself. Consequently, to make its point, the film has to deny itself and suggest it was the struggle that was wrong, not the space.”
—Jeanine Basinger (b. 1936)