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Leela

Last updated 22 May 2015

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Louise Jameson: The Face of Evil; The Robots of Death; The Talons of Weng-Chiang; Horror of Fang Rock; The Invisible Enemy; Image of the Fendahl; The Sun Makers; Underworld; The Invasion of Time; Logopolis(uncredited) (from archive recording)Info; Dimensions In Time[Misc]; Zagreus[BF]; Weapon of Choice[BF]; Square One[BF]; The Inquiry[BF]; A Blind Eye[BF]; Lies[BF]; Spirit[BF]; Pandora[BF]; Insurgency[BF]; Imperiatrix[BF]; Fractures[BF]; Warfare[BF]; Appropriation[BF]; Mindbomb[BF]; Panacea[BF]; The Catalyst[BF]; Empathy Games[BF]; The Time Vampire[BF]; Gallifrey IV[BF]; Jago & Litefoot Series 03[BF]; The Fourth Doctor Boxset[BF]; Destination: Nerva[BF]; The Renaissance Man[BF]; The Wrath of the Iceni[BF]; Jago & Litefoot Series 04[BF]; Energy of the Daleks[BF]; Trail of the White Worm[BF]; The Oseidon Adventure[BF]; The Child[BF]; White Ghosts[BF]; The Light at the End[BF]; Night of the Stormcrow[BF]; The King of Sontar[BF]; The Crooked Man[BF]; Jago & Litefoot Series 07[BF]; The Evil One[BF]; Last of the Colophon[BF]; Destroy the Infinite[BF]; The Abandoned[BF]; Zygon Hunt[BF]; Philip Hinchcliffe Presents[BF]; The Worlds of Doctor Who[BF]; The Exxilons[BF]; The Darkness of Glass[BF]; Requiem for the Rocket Men[BF]; Death March[BF]; Suburban Hell[BF]; The Cloisters of Terror[BF]; The Fate of Krelos[BF]; Return to Telos[BF]; Enemy Lines[BF]; Philip Hinchcliffe Presents: The Genesis Chamber[BF]; Time In Office[BF]; Casualties of War[BF]; Gallifrey VI[BF]; Philip Hinchcliffe Presents 3[BF]
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Leela is a fictional character played by Louise Jameson in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Leela was a companion of the Fourth Doctor and a regular in the programme from 1977 to 1978. Writer Chris Boucher named her after the Palestinian hijacker Leila Khaled.[1] Leela appeared in 9 stories (40 episodes).

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