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Doctor Who: Regeneration (All The Doctor’s Regenerations 1963 - 2013)

* All footage taken from the original episodes (along with original audio)
1. William Hartnell - Patrick Troughton: The Tenth Planet, Part 4 (1966)
* The First Doctor dies of old age / exhaustion due to the energy drain on the planet Mondas.

2. Patrick Troughton - Jon Pertwee: The War Games, Part 10 (1969)
* The Second Doctor is exiled to Earth by the Time Lords and is forced to regenerate.

3. Jon Pertwee - Tom Baker: Planet Of The Spiders, Part 6 (1974)
* The Third Doctor dies of radiation poisoning from the crystals of Metebelis Three.

4. Tom Baker - Peter Davison: Logopolis, Part 4 (1981)
* The Fourth Doctor falls from the Pharos Project radio telescope and merges with the Watcher.

5. Peter Davison - Colin Baker: The Caves Of Androzani, Part 4 (1984)
* The Fifth Doctor dies of spectrox toxaemia exposure on Androzani Minor.

6. Colin Baker - Sylvester McCoy: Time And The Rani, Part 1 (1987)
* The Sixth Doctor regenerates when the Rani shoots down the TARDIS.

7. Sylvester McCoy - Paul McGann: Doctor Who: The Movie (1996)
* The Seventh Doctor is shot by a gang member then dies while being operated on in hospital.

8. Paul McGann - John Hurt: The Night Of The Doctor (2013)
* The Eighth Doctor is killed in a spaceship crash on Karn and is temporarily resurrected by the Sisterhood of Karn to regenerate.

9. John Hurt - Christopher Eccleston: The Day Of The Doctor (2013)
* The War Doctor regenerates at the conclusion of the Time War due to old age/exhaustion.

10. Christopher Eccleston - David Tennant: The Parting Of The Ways (2005)
* The Ninth Doctor dies of cellular degeneration caused by absorbing the energies of the Time Vortex.

11. David Tennant - David Tennant: The Stolen Earth / Journey’s End (2008)
* The Tenth Doctor is shot by a Dalek and uses the regeneration energy to heal himself before directing the rest into his spare hand.

12. David Tennant - Matt Smith: The End Of Time, Part 2 (2010)
* The Tenth Doctor dies of radiation poisoning caused by the faulting power supply of the Immortality Gate.

13. Matt Smith - Peter Capaldi: The Time Of The Doctor (2013)
* The Eleventh Doctor is dying of old age when he is given a new cycle of regenerations by the Time Lords.

So I figured something out about Doctor Who. Ever since the 8th doctor, all the new doctors represent an older doctor.
1-8 (Paul mcgann): Paul mcgann lost his memory and sort of started new and even dressed similar to Hartnell.
2-9(John hurt) following all regenerations: the short doctor who was the warrior. Both fit.
3-10( Eccelston): the “action hero” doctor whose more violent.
4-11(Tennant): the tall, goofy Doctor we all love.
5-12 (Matt smith): the young, handsome doctor that also got the job done.
6-13 (Capaldi): the more serious toned Doctor in the set.

That’s just my minds perception of things anyway.


HARRY: Let’s not make a fuss, Doctor.
DOCTOR: That Time Ring is our only hope of getting back to the TARDIS. Recovering it has got to be our number one priority. Do you understand, Harry? It’s vital.
HARRY: Yes, I know it’s vital, but we don’t want them to know that, do we?

Genesis of the Daleks. In which the Doctor flips-out and Harry has to be the voice of reason and calm him down