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TV's First Dr. Who Dies Aged 67

Actor William Hartnell, television's original Dr. Who, died in hospital today, aged 67.

Hartnell was a familiar face to two generations, first as a tough sergeant, major in dozens of war-time films, and secondly as Dr. Who.

He created the Doctor role in 1963 and in spite of predictions that the programme would run only six weeks he kept the part for three years.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1975-04-24). TV's First Dr. Who Dies Aged 67. Liverpool Echo p. 1.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "TV's First Dr. Who Dies Aged 67." Liverpool Echo [add city] 1975-04-24, 1. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "TV's First Dr. Who Dies Aged 67." Liverpool Echo, edition, sec., 1975-04-24
  • Turabian: "TV's First Dr. Who Dies Aged 67." Liverpool Echo, 1975-04-24, section, 1 edition.
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