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Gerry Davis (23 February 1930-31 August 1991[1]) was script editor of Doctor Who from 1966 to 1967 and co-creator of the Cybermen with Kit Pedler. According to Anneke Wills, he originated the idea of the Doctor changing their body.

According to the documentary Cybermen: The Early Years, he also co-wrote The Moonbase with writing collaborator Kit Pedler, but was uncredited due to BBC policy at the time.

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