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DOCTOR WHO CLASSIC THE 2ND DOCTOR PATRICK TROUGHTON LOOSE FIGURE


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ASINB004F7DGY6
Best Sellers Rank 182,076 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
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Date First Available4 Dec 2010
  
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nick on 26 July 2013
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I have been searching for the Second Doctor for ages on his own but he has been, quite literally, an elusive figure to get! I could not find him anywhere, and if I did it was gone before I could get it.

Given how difficult it was to find him, I am very pleased with the price of this individual figure. The package arrived very quickly and with no delays. This company is definitely worth using! Thank you for this, you have been most helpful.
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The 2nd doctor who was known as the cosmic hobo was played by Patrick Troughton from 1966 - 1969 and he appeared in classic serials such as "Tomb of the cybermen", "The invasion" and "The war games". His attitude was completely opposite compared to the first doctor William Hartnell, which he dressed up differently and he was quite eccentric. The figure is excellently detailed, which he has a black coat, blue shirt, grey trousers and a polka dotted bow tie. His great costume is from the 1973 serial "The three doctors" which he appeared with Jon Pertwee and it was the first time Troughton was seen in color. He also comes with a recorder and his uniform is a bit similiar to what Matt Smith wears today. Overall I think this is an excellent figure and probably my favourite along with Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker and if you are a doctor who fanatic you are better off buying the 11 doctors collection.
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