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1987-03-30 Western Mail.jpg

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ACTOR Patrick Troughton, the BBC's second Dr Who, above, died of a heart attack in hospital in the United States at the weekend. He was 67.

Mr Troughton was attending a Dr Who convention in Columbus, Georgia, with other stars from the long-running adventure series when he was taken ill.

He leaves a widow, six children and two step-children.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1987-03-30). A time lord dies. Western Mail p. 7.
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