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DOCTOR Who the all-time favorite TV time traveller — is to be the subject of a 20th birthday surprise0

The BBC has been secretly working to bring together four of the live actors who have played - the Doctor in the world-renowned TV series for a special Tardis anniversary edition.

Patrick Troughton, 62, Jon Pertwee, 63, and Tom Baker. 45, will join forces with the present and youngest incumbent, Peter Davison, 31. The original Doctor was William Hartnell, who died in the mid-70s. He will be represented by a similar-style actor.

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