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Doctor Who #1: (BBC)(1963-66) William Hartnell
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: David Moore
references:
Radio Times, British Film Institute, Internet Movie Database

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DOCTOR WHO
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BBC Television Production
Created by Terry Nation
UK Sci-Fi series 1963 to1989 + 1996 + 2005 to present
Starring:
..William Hartnell as The Doctor #1 (series 1-4)(1963-66)
With:
Carol Anne Ford as  Susan Foreman (series 1-2)
William Russell as Ian Chesterton (series 1-2)
Jacqueline Hill as Barbara Wright. (series 1-2)
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Maureen O'Brian as Vicki (series 2-3)
Peter Purves as Steven Taylor (series 2-3)
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Adrienne Hill as Katarina (series 3)
Jean Marsh as Sara Kingdom (series 3)
Jackie Lane as Dodo Chaplet. (series 3)
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Michael Craze as  Ben Jackson (series 3-4)
Anneke Wills as  Polly Wright (series 3-4)


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DR. WHO.  Nov 1963 (black-and-white)
William Hartnell as The Doctor #1 (series 1-4)
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John F. Kennedy assassinated Fri 22-Nov-1963

Original series 1 [WH] 42 episodes, tx. November 23 1963 to September 12 1964, BBC-TV
William Hartnell as The Doctor #1
23-Nov-1963  [WH] An Unearthly Child, 4 episodes, written by Anthony Coburn, C.E. Webber
21-Dec-1963 [WH] The Daleks, 7 episodes, written by Terry Nation
08-Feb-1964 [WH] The Ede of Destruction, 2 episodes, written by David Whitaker
24-Feb-1964 [WH] Marco Polo, 7 episodes, written by John Lucarotti
11-Apr-1964 [WH] The Keys of Marinus, 6 episodes, written by Terry Nation
23-May-1964 [WH] The Aztecs, 4 episodes, written by John Lucarotti
20-Jun-1964 [WH] The Sensorites, 6 episodes, written by Peter R. Newman
08-Aug-1964 [WH] The Reign of Terror, 6 episodes, written by Dennis Spooner

Original series 2 [WH] 39 episodes, tx. October 31 1964 to July 24 1965, BBC1
William Hartnell as The Doctor #1
31-Oct-1964 [WH] Planet of Giants, 3 episodes, written by Louis Marks
21-Nov-1964 [WH] The Dalek Invasion of Earth, 6 episodes, written by Terry Nation
02-Jan-1965 [WH] The Rescue, 2 episodes, written by David Whitaker
16-Jan-1965 [WH] The Romans, 4 episodes, written by Dennis Spooner
13-Feb-1965 [WH] The Web Planet, 6 episodes, written by Bill Strutton
27-Mar-1965 [WH] The Crusade, 4 episodes, written by David Whitaker
24-Apr-1965 [WH] The Space Museum, 4 episodes, written by Glyn Jones
22-May-1965 [WH] The Chase, 6 episodes, written by Terry Nation
03-Jul-1965 [WH] The Time Meddler, 4 episodes, written by Dennis Spooner

Original series 3 [WH] 45 episodes, tx. September 11 1965 to June 16 1966, BBC1
William Hartnell as The Doctor  #1
11-Sep-1965 [WH] Galaxy 4, 4 episodes, written by William Emms
09-Oct-1965 [WH] Mission to the Unknown, 1 episode, written by Terry Nation
 16-Oct-1965 [WH] The Myth Makers, 4 episodes, written by Donald Cotton
13-Nov-1965 [WH] The Daleks' Master Plan, 12 episodes, written by Terry Nation, Dennis Spooner
 05-Feb-1966 [WH] The Massacre of St. Bartholmew's Eve, 4 episodes, written by John Lucarotti
05-Mar-1966 [WH] The Ark, 4 episodes, written by Paul Erickson, Lesley Scott
02-Apr-1966 [WH] The Celestial Toymaker, 4 episodes, written by Brian Hayles
30-Apr-1966 [WH] The Gunfighters, 4 episodes, written by Donald Cotton
28-,May-1966 [WH] The Savages, 4 episodes, written by Ian Stuart Black
25-Jun-1966 [WH] The War Machines, 4 episodes, written by Ian Stuart Black

Original series 4 [WH] , 43 episodes, tx. September 10 1966 to July 1 1967, BBC1
William Hartnell as The Doctor #1 (series 1-4)

10-Sep-1966 [WH] The Smugglers, 4 episodes, written by Brian Hayles
08-Oct-1966 [WH] The Tenth Planet, 4 episodes, written by Kit Pedler, Gerry Davis
(08-Oct-1966 to-29-Oct-1966)

End of William Hartnell as Dr Who #1 (left the show mid-series due to ill health)

William Hartnell was replaced by Doctor Who #2  Patrick Troughton
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