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Doctor Who #2: (BBC)(1966-69) Patrick Troughton
 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:
..Patrick Troughton as  The Doctor #2 (series 4-6)(1966-69)
With:
Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon (series 4-6)
Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield (series 4-5)
Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Alastair Lethbridge-Stewart (regular series 7-8, recurring series 5-6, 9-13)

Wendy Padbury as Zoe Herriot (series 5-6)

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Doctor Who #2 (Nov 1966-June1969) (black-and-white)
Patrick Troughton (series 4-6)
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William Hartnell (The Doctor #1) left midway through series 4 due to ill health.

...... Original series 4 (continued)
Patrick Troughton as The Doctor #2
05-Nov-1966 [PT] The Power of the Daleks, 6 eps, written by David Whitaker, Dennis Spooner
 17-Dec-1966 [PT] The Highlanders, 4 episodes, written by Elwyn Jones, Gerry Davis
14-Jan-1967 [PT] The Underwater Menace, 4 episodes, written by Geoffrey Orme
11-Feb-1967 [PT] The Moonbase, 4 episodes, written by Kit Pedler
11-Mar-1967 [PT] The Macra Terror, 4 episodes, written by Ian Stuart Black
08-Apr-1967 [PT] The Faceless Ones, 6 episodes, written by David Ellis, Malcolm Hulke
20-May-1967 [PT] The Evil of the Daleks, 7 episodes, written by David Whitaker

Original series 5 [PT] 40 episodes, tx. September 2 1967 to June 1 1968, BBC1
Patrick Troughton as The Doctor #2
02-Sep-1967 [PT] The Tomb of the Cybermen, 4 episodes, written by Kit Pedler, Gerry Davis
30-Sep-1967 [PT] The Abominable Snowmen, 6 episodes, written by Mervyn Haisman, Henry Lincoln
11-Nov-1967 [PT] The Ice Warriors, 6 episodes, written by Brian Hayles
23-Dec-1967 [PT] The Enemy of the World, 6 episodes, written by David Whitaker 
(Missing Episodes Rediscovered in Nigeria - October 2013)

03-Feb-1968 [PT] The Web of Fear, 6 episodes, written by Mervyn Haisman, Henry Lincoln
(Missing Episodes Rediscovered in Nigeria - October 2013)

16-Mar-1968 [PT] Fury from the Deep, 6 episodes, written by Victor Pemberton  
27-Apr-1968 [PT] The Wheel in Space, 6 episodes, written by David Whitaker

Original series 6 [PT] 44 episodes, tx. August 10 1968 to June 21 1969, BBC1
Patrick Troughton as The Doctor #2
10-Aug-1968 [PT] The Dominators, 5 episodes, written by Mervyn Haisman, Henry Lincoln
14-Sep-1968  [PT] The Mind Robber, 5 episodes, written by Peter Ling. Part one written by Derrick Sherwin
02-Nov-1968 [PT] The Invasion, 8 episodes, written by Derrick Sherwin
28-Dec-1968 [PT] The Krotons, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
25-Jan-1969 [PT] The Seeds of Death, 6 episodes, written by Brian Hayles
08-Mar-1969 [PT] The Space Pirates, 6 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
19-Apr-1969 [PT] The War Games, 10 episodes, written by Terrance Dicks, Malcolm Hulke

End of Doctor Who #2 - Patrick Troughton / Replaced by Jon Pertwee
Just for Fun ........
Doctor Who - The Master Trap part 1 (YouTube)

Doctor Who - The Master Trap part 2 (You ube)
Doctor Who - The Master Trap part 3 (YouTube)

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