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Doctor Who: 50 Years was a narrative trailer for fiftieth anniversary special of Doctor Who, The Day of the Doctor, and a celebration of the programme's fifty year history. Notably, it included William Hartnell's First Doctor in high-resolution colour for the first time.[1]

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Characters and species Edit

Characters and species seen in the trailer.

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Notes Edit

  • This trailer had a narrative, something fairly new in Doctor Who, although it was previously seen in the Campfire trailer for series 4.
  • The actors in this trailer either had their faces obscured or had their face edited post-production to look like the character they were playing. Jon Crowley is an exception and his face was not edited to have Jon Pertwee's likeness. (DWMSE 38)
  • The season 20 console, was later given by co-constructor Bruce Hill to Mark Barton Hill, sans the two panels replicated by Bob's Bits. Barton Hill then continued restoring the prop with components of the original console he collected among the years. It was later exposed at the Doctor Who Experience (London/Cardiff) until it closed down and used for the TARDIS interior scenes of Shada.[2]

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  1. The Doctor Who Team (19 October 2013). Doctor Who Trailer to Celebrate the Last 50 Years. Doctor Who. Retrieved on 20 November 2016.
  2. The BBC's season 20 console (50th anniversary trailer) restoration diary by Mark Barton Hill
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