Doctor Who from William Hartnell to jodie Whitaker

Doctor Who from William Hartnell to jodie Whitaker

Doctor Who Peter Capaldi gave his sonic screwdriver jodie Whitaker, which will be the 13th Doctor and the first woman, who played the famous TV Time Lord. How many Doctors and who played them?

To her, this image was created a long series of talent — exclusively male.

William Hartnell was the first actor who played from 1963 to 1966 Dr. in this sci-Fi series Bi-bi-si.

Hartnell before that starred in the British sitcom The Army Game (“the Army game”) and in the 1958 film “carry on, Sergeant!” the first of a series of “keep…”. In 1975 he was gone.

When, due to health problems Hartnell was forced to abandon this role, the Doctor Who was first reborn in Patrick trouton.

The disheveled and eccentric Crowton spent three years in traveling in time and space, until in 1969 left the role.

When stylish John Pertwee became the third Doctor, the audience first saw the time traveler in color.

His term lasted from 1970 to 1974 years, and during this period, the Time Lord was exiled to Earth and began working with the organization UNIT, United Nations Intelligence Taskforce — reconnaissance United Nations].

In the same period, the series had become popular later story, when, together with the current Doctor on the course of action appears one of the previous Doctors, and then some.

In the 10th season (1972-73). in the series “the Three Doctors” to Party joined Patrick Trouton and William Hartnell, who appears on the screen, was the last.

When in 1974 Pertwee left that role, he was replaced by Tom Baker. He stayed in this role longer than any other.

Curly, with a low voice in the consistently long scarf Baker for his seven long years up in the TARDIS has earned itself an army of fans who are wildly happy to see him again in 2013 in a special, commemorative issue to the 50th anniversary of the release of the first series.

Replaced Baker in 1981 came Peter Davison, who created a completely different, boyish, the way the fifth Doctor.

At the age of Davison came the 20th anniversary of the series, which was the special, feature-length episode, which also appeared John Pertwee and Patrick Trouton.

The first Doctor also appeared on the screen, where the deceased William Hartnell played Richard Hurndall.

Tom Baker chose not to appear in the 1983 episode “the Five Doctors”, so there was used the previously filmed, but not included in the final material pieces.