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Dr. Who

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The First Doctor was a exile from his own race, travelling in Time and Space in a stolen TARDIS.

In November 1963 he was discovered living in an old junk yard in Totters Lane, London, together with his granddaughter Susan, who was attending the local School.

His privacy was invaded when two teachers from the School, Ian and Barbara, burst into his TARDIS, concerned about the welfare of their pupil Susan. Worried about what the teachers might report and the risk he could lose his Granddaughter should the truth come out, the Doctor kidnapped the two teachers, activating the TARDIS and taking the crew back to the stone age.

The first Doctor was very much an anti hero, distrusted by the Teachers, with Susan often caught between the two sides. He was devious and ruthless, willing to endanger the whole crew to satisfy his curiosity. Launched into a series of adventures the team gradually came to terms with their situation and trust and friendship grew, with The Doctor accepting the two teachers as part of his crew and eventually his friends.

The Doctor had no real control over the TARDIS and although he promised to try to return the teachers to their own time,he was always unsuccessful. They eventually left in a Time Ship captured from the Daleks.

The Doctor fought many battles with many aliens and it became obvious that time was taking its toll. After defeating the Cybermen in the Arctic in 1999 the Doctor declared his body was wearing out. He collapsed in the TARDIS and regenerated for the first time.

 

 

Companions:

Susan Foreman, Barbara Wright, Ian Chesterton, Vicki, Steven Taylor, Katarina, Sara Kingdom, Dodo, Polly, Ben



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