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$10 This print features the First Doctor (played by William Hartnell) and his iconic time machine, the TARDIS. When Doctor Who premiered in 1963, it's central character was a mysterious traveller in time and space known only as "The Doctor," played by the great William Hartnell. #DoctorWho #1stDoctor #WilliamHartnell

$10 This print features the First Doctor (played by William Hartnell) and his iconic time machine, the TARDIS. When Doctor Who premiered in 1963, it's central character was a mysterious traveller in time and space known only as "The Doctor," played by the great William Hartnell. #DoctorWho #1stDoctor #WilliamHartnell

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No matter how upset I'm getting about waiting for my Centurion, I still love this<3

No matter how upset I'm getting about waiting for my Centurion, I still love this<3

Matt Smith had some great one-liners in this episode (The Curse of the Black Spot)! A lot more light and fun than the first two episodes. Watching this got me all excited about POTC 4 coming out on...

Matt Smith had some great one-liners in this episode (The Curse of the Black Spot)! A lot more light and fun than the first two episodes. Watching this got me all excited about POTC 4 coming out on...

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Peter Capaldi's Paddington TARDIS  Fittingly, the statue has been placed on the Prime Meridian line in Greenwich, because for the residents of Earth, that is where time and space begin and end.

Peter Capaldi's Paddington TARDIS Fittingly, the statue has been placed on the Prime Meridian line in Greenwich, because for the residents of Earth, that is where time and space begin and end.

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