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7.20 (BBC 1) The Five Doctors. And five doctors who there are too, the first, William Hartnell, represented posthumously before the titles by a brief clip from black-and-white days, and thereafter by a remarkable look-alike, and almost name-alike Richard Hurdnell. Tom Baker, who is elsewhere, is represented by a chunk of a previous, strike-smitten episode. They are united with past colleagues and those in the Death Zone and Gallifrey. A good story by Terrance Dicks, with plenty of in-jokes for the fans, and distinguished guest Time Lords, Dinah Sheridan, Philip Latham and Paul Jerricho.


Spelling correction: Richard Hurndall

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