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Doctor Who was offered to Canada in early 1965, but the series was dropped after only 26 episodes. It wasn't until 1976 that Canada picked up the series again.


The United States was offered the first two Hartnell seasons in 1965, but no sale eventuated. In 1972, the US was sold a 72-episode package of Jon Pertwee stories, via Time-Life Films, which didn't really set the world on fire. But six years later in 1978, Time-Life Television distributed episodes starring an actor by the name of Tom Baker...





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