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DOCTOR WHO—The Five Doctors. This celebration of the first 20 years of Doctor Who is a very long one, using all the doctors if you allow Richard Hurndall to stand in for the first, William Hartnell, but it turns out to be less of a celebration than an illustration of how the series has steadily declined, losing conviction and growing in larkiness. It is a new, special, story with the now expected weaknesses in the supporting casts and a very economically-minded number of Daleks.

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