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Doctor Who 11 Doctors Action Figure Collector Set

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  • Doctor Who 5" action figure 10-pack from Underground Toys
  • Imported from the UK
  • For Ages 5 & Up
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.1 Kg
Product Dimensions14.5 x 7 x 3.5 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:0 months and up
Item model number03418
Main Language(s)English
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 76,089 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 Kg
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Date First Available1 Feb. 2010

Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Product Description

Join The Doctor throughout all incarnations of his existence, with the Doctor Who 11 Doctors Collection .

For the first time, all eleven versions of the Doctor have come together as a set of action figures, in a TARDIS display box .

The figures of the first to seventh Doctors appear in brand new outfits exclusive to this boxed set .   

Each Doctor comes with an accessory , either his sonic screwdriver, or a personal possession.

The First and Second Doctors (William Hartnell, 1963-1966, and Patrick Troughton, 1966-1969) come dressed in the outfits they wore when they appeared in "The Three Doctors", helping the Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee, 1970-1974) fighting off the ancient, crazed Time Lord known as Omega.

The Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker 1974-1981) appears wearing his legendary multicoloured scarf.

The Fifth Doctor (Peter Davison, 1981-1984), remembered for wearing an Edwardian cricket outfit, now features his famous stick of celery!

The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker, 1984-1986) comes wearing one of his bizarrely garish outfits.

The Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy, 1987-1989) was much better dressed, as seen with this exclusive figure.

The Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann, 1996) only made one television appearance, and this is the first time he has appeared as an action figure.   

The Ninth Doctor (Christopher Ecclestone, 2005) was only around for a short while, before causing a regeneration to save Rose Tyler's life.

The Tenth Doctor (David Tennant, 2005-2010) then thwarts several attempts to destroy the universe, before finally defeating his long-time nemesis, The Master.

The Eleventh version of the Doctor , played by Matt Smith, appears in his tweed jacket and bow-tie, having just saved the universe from the cracks in time.

approximately 5-inches tall.

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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Kyle on 30 July 2010
So when I saw this, my first thought was "I have to buy this." So I did. Upon getting it home I indulged in the awesomeness of these figures. Each Doctor is expertly articulated and can move their limbs in a variety of ways. Well, ten out of eleven can. Doctor No. 10 can't rotate his legs or arms, so beware of this fact. That however is only a minor niggle, as he still looks absolutly perfect and you shouldn't let that put you off buying this excellent set. The figures also come in a Tardis shaped box, which when opened up reveals details of each Doctor's personality.

Beware though, this set does come with small parts, which could go missing quite easily (I had a bit of a scare when, in removing Five from his packaging, his Sonic Screwdriver fell inbetween Ten's legs - a most curious place for it to land - and got lost inside his coat.)

When all is said and done, this product is exceptional, but I would recommend it more to collectors than young fans looking for toys to play with. So in conclusion: Get this set. This set is cool.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By M Evans on 14 July 2010
For the first time ever, a full set of all 11 Doctors, this is definately a must buy for any serious Dr Who fan. The quality of these toys is amazing, and I suspect that there will probably be more adults than children buying them due to their amazing likenesses and high quality of detail. Although all the Doctors except the 8th have previously been released, this set is still essential as the versions of Doctors 1,2,3,4,6 and 7 are all in new outfits with modifications to the features (better than before) the 5th now has the celery which was a glaring omission previously, and thr 10th has the spiky hair he's most known for.
Here's a brief review of each figure:
William Hartnell: Decent likeness (needed more wrinkles though), outfit more resembles the "Five Doctors' look though, don't know if Hartnell wore this exact look himself. Still a very good figure though.
Patrick Troughton: Stunning likeness, probably the best of all. The outfit is from "The Three Doctors". Can't fault this figure.
Jon Pertwee: This is now the fourth Pertwee figure to be done and I think the best looking. Taken from the "Carnival of Monsters" story, the hair is whiter as it should be, the detail of the costume is flawless and the likeness is excellent. One of the best figures yet made.
Tom Baker: Now the third Tom Baker figure done, this is his "Seeds of Doom" look and looks very impressive. Personally I preferred the "Pyramids of Mars" figure (I just think the darker coat suits him better)but it's still a superbly made figure. All the detail is perfect, the only critiscism is the strange eyebrows that have been drawn on him when everyone knows Tom doesn't have any!
Peter Davison: Virtually identical to the previous version except we now have the celery on his lapel - yeah!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By 2x2HandsOfBlue on 19 Mar. 2011
All eleven incarnations of the Doctor, 5" tall (varying slightly according to the actors' height), each with either a sonic screwdriver or other personal item except for the Sixth Doctor, and in his case it's probably the coat. The First Doctor has a walking stick, the Second has a recorder, the Seventh has an umbrella.

The First and Second Doctors are wearing their costumes from The Three Doctors, the Third is wearing the green jacket with the brown cape, the Fourth is wearing the costume from the City of Death era complete with hat and scarf, the Sixth is wearing the Terror of the Vervoids costume, the Seventh is wearing his brown jacket with no hat, the Tenth has the blue suit with trenchcoat and glasses. The Fifth, Eighth, Ninth and Eleventh Doctors are all wearing their usual costumes.

A few minor niggles: the Fifth Doctor's sonic screwdriver and the Seventh's umbrella don't stay in their hands too well (at all, actually) so break out the blutac before getting them out of the box. The Eighth Doctor's hair is the wrong colour, almost black, although it looks fine in the photo, and he doesn't stand up too well unless you get his legs exactly right as one is minutely shorter than the other.

That said, this is a pretty fantabulous collection; wrong hair or not, it's great to be able to get the Eighth Doctor (one of my absolute favourites), and I understand this is the only place where he's available. The set has fun little quirks like the Fourth Doctor's scarf trailing on the floor, actually providing the figure with additional support. The figures are all pretty good detail for the size and seem to capture a little of the character. This set is good value for money, working out at less than £5 per figure - imagine how much it would cost to buy them individually!

Now, Character Options, pay attention: good job, but don't stop there. There are still loads of classic-series companions and villains to release yet!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By L.SILVEIRO on 5 Nov. 2010
If, like myself, you grew up watching Doctor Who in the 70s and suffered the dearth of palpable materials and playthings, this has to be the psychological compensator to beat all others. At long last, the 11 doctors presented in a flashy TARDIS style boxed set. The details are up to scratch aand the figures are fully poseable with sonic screwdrivers to boot. You can finally create all the mixed doctor scenes you've always wanted. I had my model TARDIS set up with Hartnell and Tennant arguing outside the blue doors for days! The great thing about these figures is the possibilities and the endless fun. Grab yourself a flight TARDIS for 15 pounds and you have a gift to end all gifts for children and older who fans alike. Don't miss this one if you really are Who fan!
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