This is a real blast from the past! Any fan of the cult Doctor Who series will love this amazing, retro style tee featuring the popular Doctor Tom Baker in a fab comic cover style print..
When everybody is in a panic and hiding behind the couch because of all those nasty baddies that are out there, tell them to stay calm, in fact just tell them to “Trust Me I’m the Doctor” And who wouldn’t believe you when you’ve got the T Shirt to prove it. Our premium quality Trust Me I’m the Doctor T-Shirt is screen printed using specialist screen printing inks that results in a high quality, soft feel print that will last for years. And like all good quality printing the print will age over time to giving an aged, retro look and feel!
Make your child feel like there actually the Doctor with this great Doctor Who toy. This fantastic Combat Set includes two of the best and scariest Doctor who characters With limitless fun that any young child’s imagination can think up, this toy will keep them occupied for hours with many more available to collect.
Arriving at the ancient Musaeum of Alexandria, the Doctor is keen to explore. He might find some new recorder music, and Jamie might discover a new porridge recipe, while Zoe will love the antiquated ideas about astrophysics. But once inside, they all find rather more than they bargained for, and it soon becomes clear they may never leave the Museaum alive…
Adults Fun Festive Hand Printed Cotton Christmas Sweatshirt With Supersoft Polyester Fleece Lining
Doctor Who is a world -wide phenomena that has spanned decades. It is produced by the BBC. It is the longest running sci-fi program ever. The story centers around a Time Lord, the last of his kind who can move between time and space. He loves the earth and works very hard to protect us from forces beyond our comprehension. This navy blue, 100% cotton t-shirt is officially licensed from the BBC. Matt Smith, the 11th Doctor, has this thing about bow ties. This Doctor Who shirt reminds everyone why, bow ties are cool. If you haven’t caught up with this series, you need to find out what you’re missing. If you’re a fan you should have already bought this shirt. So now is your time.
Easy to use nail art, These nail art different from convensional nail art as they are applied directly to the nail no messing around with tweesers, add water and slide off backing sheet, also due to the reverse of the nail art being printed in white they can be use on any color nail
Two British icons join forces on the front of this black, 100% cotton t-shirt from Doctor Who, with the TARDIS and Union Jack overlaid in a distressed collage print. We wonder, does Gallifrey have a flag?
Try This Official Fifth Doctor Cricket Sweater
Grab a stick of celery and wear this Fifth Doctor Sweater.
Following on from their Seventh Doctor Jumper and Dalek Scarf, Lovarzi’s Fifth Doctor Sweater is a fantastic replica of the Time Lord’s look throughout Seasons 19 and 20, as well as the 20th anniversary special, The Five Doctors. Even though it was replaced in The Awakening, the original (based on an idea from Peter Davison himself) appeared once more in 2007’s fan-pleasing short, Time Crash, the first multi-Doctor story since the show was revived.
The Fifth Doctor taught us that small, beautiful events are what life is all about. He’s remained popular since his first full adventure, Castrovalva, and Davison cemented his legendary status with his 50th anniversary celebration, The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot.
LOVARZI is the authorised licensee of the Fifth Doctor Sweater, as well as other best-selling products like the Fourth Doctor Scarf.
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Doctor Who Collectable Playing Cards, New and Sealed Pack, A collection of classic scenes from the 1st and 2nd Series, Featuers the Ninth and Tenth Doctor with his companion Rose Tyler, I highly collectable item, no longer in production
Orpahned episodes and interviews with the cast from the Patrict Troughton era of Doctor WhoThis is the second of a series of exclusive-to-video feature-length programmes devoted to the seven actors who played Doctor Who in the famous BBC series. Patrick Troughton was the Doctor from 1966-9, and the actor having died in 1987, the programme is introduced by Jon Pertwee, the third Doctor. Apart from brief linking material presented by Pertwee, filmed in various places associated with the programme, there are clips from Troughton’s appearances in such stories as “The Web of Fear” and “The Three Doctors”.
The bulk of the tape comprises three complete episodes. As a result of the BBC’s destruction of valuable archive material, they are the only remaining segments of their respective serials. These are part of a Yeti adventure, episode two of 1967’s “The Abominable Snowman”; episode three of “The Enemy of the World” (1968) and episode two of “The Space Pirates” (1969). While rewarding for the serious fan, watching isolated episodes from incomplete serials does take commitment, such that a booklet with detailed synopses would have made everything much more accessible. Even so, the sight of a Yeti in action or Troughton in the duel roles of the Doctor and the dictator Salamander remain notable pieces of vintage television history. –Gary S. Dalkin
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