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TV Series (1963-1989) Alternative English title: Dr. Who

Starring:
William Hartnell (The Doctor (1963-1966))
Patrick Troughton (The Doctor (1966-1969))
Jon Pertwee (The Doctor (1970-1974))
Tom Baker (The Doctor (1974-1981))
Peter Davison (The Doctor 1982-1984))
Colin Baker (The Doctor 1984-1986))
Sylvester McCoy (The Doctor 1987-1989))

The adventures of an eccentric renegade time traveling alien and his companions.

Series Seven

McDonnell Douglas F-4K Phantom II

Ep.7.04 Terror of the Autons
Stock footage showing the RAF airstrike that gets called off at the last moment.

McDonnell Douglas F-4K Phantom II of the RAF.

Aérospatiale SA 313/315 Alouette II

Ep.7.07 Doctor Who and the Silurians
UNIT helicopter used to patrol the moors for an escaped Silurian.

Aérospatiale SA 313/315 Alouette II.
Aérospatiale SA 313/315 Alouette II.

Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II

Ep.7.13 The Ambassadors of Death
Used by Carrington's men to attack a UNIT convoy. Registration G-AWFL, c/n 1997.

Reg. G-AWFL Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II of British Executive Air Services Ltd.
Reg. G-AWFL Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II of British Executive Air Services Ltd.
Reg. G-AWFL Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II of British Executive Air Services Ltd.
Reg. G-AWFL Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II of British Executive Air Services Ltd.

Series Eight

Hughes 269

Ep. 8.22 The Dæmons: Episode Two
The Brigadier's personal helicopter. Captain Yates and Sergeant Benton fly to Devil's End in it. It's stolen by Tom Girton in Episode Three and used in an attempt to kill the Doctor, until Girton accidentally flies it into the heat barrier surrounding the town, whereupon it blows up. False registration G-UNIT.

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English Electric Lightning

Ep. 8.23 The Dæmons: Episode Three
A RAF Lightning which does a flyover of Devil's End at the Brigadier's request.
Possibly Lightning F.3 XR713.

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Series Ten

Hughes 269B

Ep.10.25 The Green Death
The Brigadier calls in the RAF to drop bombs on the giant maggots. The production team were planning to get an RAF Phantom to fly over but they couldn't afford it (and they didn't want to use stock footage), so this was used instead.
Registration G-AVZC, serial 450189.

Reg.G-AVZC Hughes 269B of Twyford Moors Helicopters.
Reg. G-AVZC Hughes 269B of Twyford Moors Helicopters.
Reg. G-AVZC Hughes 269B of Twyford Moors Helicopters.
Reg. G-AVZC Hughes 269B of Twyford Moors Helicopters.

Series Eleven

Westland Scout

Ep.11.09 Invasion of the Dinosaurs
The Doctor steals a Land Rover and is chased by soldiers working for General Finch, and this helicopter. However after taking over another Land Rover used by his pursuers, he impersonates a soldier and radios the copter, and is able to call off the pursuit. It was entirely stock footage since the production couldn't afford to hire a helicopter.

Westland Scout of the British Army.
Westland Scout of the British Army.

Bell 47

Ep.11.09 Invasion of the Dinosaurs
In a continuity error, the Westland Scout becomes a Bell 47 in one shot.

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Campbell Super Cricket

Ep.11.22 Planet of the Spiders
Lupton steals the Doctor's car (also known as the "Whomobile"), the Doctor follows him in this gyrocopter. Then after he lands, Lupton manages to steal this, so the Doctor takes off (literally) after him in the Whomobile.
Registration G-AXVK, c/n CA-327 built in 1970.

The restoration of this gyrocopter in 2002 formed the basis of Salvage Squad Ep.01.04.

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Series Thirteen

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

Ep.13.21 The Seeds of Doom
Flies the Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith to the World Ecology Bureau's antarctic base. Represented solely by a scale model.

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De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter

Ep.13.22 The Seeds of Doom
Scorby and Keeler steal the Krynoid pod and escape aboard this plane at the end of the episode.

de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter.
de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter.

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II

Ep.13.26 The Seeds of Doom
These jets are called in by Major Beresford to destroy the giant Krynoid and Chase's mansion.

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II.
McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II.

Series Fourteen

Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR.1

Ep.14.05 The Hand of Fear and Ep.14.08 The Hand of Fear: Part Four

Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR.1 of the RAF.


Stampe SV4C

Ep.14.11 The Deadly Assassine
Registration G-AWXZ, c/n 360. The Doctor (Tom Baker) is attacked by this when he enters the Matrix.

Stampe SV4C.

Stampe SV4C (modified as R.A.F SE.5)

Ep.14.11 The Deadly Assassin

Stampe SV4C (modified as R.A.F SE.5).
Stampe SV4C (modified as R.A.F SE.5).
Stampe SV4C (modified as R.A.F SE.5).

Series Eighteen

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500

Ep.18.25 Logopolis

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Air Canada.

Series Nineteen

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102

Ep. 19.23 Time-Flight
British Airways flight out of Heathrow which is kidnapped through time along with all of its passengers and crew by the Master. A second Concorde, this time with the Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa aboard, is also taken in this manner. After the Doctor and friends rescue the people the Master kidnapped, the second Concorde is used to escape back through the time warp to the present.

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 of British Airways.
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 of British Airways.
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 of British Airways.
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 of British Airways.
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 of British Airways.

Boeing 747-136

Ep. 19.26 Time-Flight
Seen taking off from London Heathrow Airport after everyone returns safely to modern times.

Boeing 747-136 of British Airways.

Series Twenty

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-33RC

Ep.20.02 Arc of Infinity
Tegan lands at Amsterdam's Luchthaven Schiphol in this.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-33RC of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines.

Series Twenty Six

Bell 206A JetRanger

Ep.26.01 Battlefield
The Brigadier is picked up in this helicopter and it gets shot down by Morgaine in Part 2. Registration G-HELO, Serial 124.

Reg. G-HELO Bell 206A JetRanger.
Reg. G-HELO Bell 206A JetRanger.
Reg. G-HELO Bell 206A JetRanger.
Reg. G-HELO Bell 206A JetRanger.


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