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Doctor Who: The Best of The First DoctorTV-PGClosed Captioning

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The ultimate William Hartnell digital Collection, including the very first Doctor Who story An Unearthly Child as well as The Aztecs and The Dalek Invasion.

Customer Reviews

More Content Please?

Willliam Hartnell - the first man to ever play the Doctor and to start a series that would last over fifty years and counting. However, as a Doctor Who Fan, I can’t help but notice that most of William Hartnell’s content is missing. Yes, I’m aware that BBC had junked several episodes in the past, so I know that it’s impossible to have a complete series. However, there are several episodes worth mentioning that should be in your iTunes collection. For one, there should be the ‘Edge of Destruction’, in which the Doctor undergoes major character development after being trapped in his own Tardis with his granddaughter Susan and his two companions Ian Chatterton and Barbara Wright. The Next Episode should be The Rescue, in which the Doctor receives a girl named Vicki to replace Susan, who had left the Doctor to pursue love with a boy on Earth during the events of the last serial the Dalek Invasion of Earth. Another Episode should contain The Space Museum, which depicts the fact that the Doctor can use the TARDIS to change certain faiths, and quite similarly the Time Meddler, in which the Doctor uses the TARDIS to prevent a major change within the Time-Space Continuum. The serial, The Chase, shows the departure of the two companions for the exchange of the new companion Steven. The Myth Makers, The Daleks’ Master Plan, and The Massacre are part of some weird time-space continuum that shows the arrival some new companions, such as Dodo, and the untimely departure of some other companions, such as Ben. The War Machines sees some Terminator-esque serial to the Doctor Who franchise, in which a computer takes over the entire world, and we see the departure of Dodo in the exchange of companions Polly and Ben, who accompany the Doctor as he regenerates for the first time.
I hope this review reaches the executives at Apple, and there will be some changes. If not, I will, (jokingly, of course), sit right outside Apple headquarters until I could see some progress. Thank you for your cooperation and have a nice day/night.

best classic episodes EVER

what an awesome adventure the frist ever episode of doctor who he first time we meet the daleks and more

No Tenth Planet episode?!?!?!

It's good u have the pilot episode, but what about the tenth planet episode where William Hartnell regenerates into Patrick Troughton (2nd Dr)!!! That is a must have episode for all Whovian fans! C'mon ITunes! Get it together!