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Doctor Who

Answer these Doctor Who questions with most of the Doctors!
Quiz by coconut55
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Last updated: February 16, 2014
First submittedFebruary 5, 2014
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The real name of the first doctor
William Hartnell
The real name of the second doctor
Patrick Troughton
The real name of the third doctor
Jon Pertwee
The real name of the fourth doctor
Tom Baker
The real name of the fifth doctor
Peter Davison
The real name of the sixth doctor
Colin Baker
The real name of the seventh doctor
Sylvester McCoy
The real name of the eighth doctor
Paul McGann
The real name of the ninth doctor
Christopher Eccleston
The real name of the tenth doctor
David Tennant
The real name of the eleventh doctor
Matt Smith
Which is the longest lasting doctor
The Seventh doctor
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level 57
Feb 10, 2014
If you're wondering why no one got the second Doctor, it's because you've given him the wrong name. Peter? Noo. It's Patrick. And it's Davison, not Davidson. Why people keep making these quizzes when they don't spell the answers correctly, I'll never understand.
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level 8
Feb 20, 2014
Okay that last question doesn't make sense how is the Seventh the longest lasting doctor? He only had 3 seasons when the fourth had 7. and if it is age wise that would be the first because he was 600 and something when he died at most the Seventh had only 100 years so please explain that question.
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level 42
Feb 24, 2014
Sylvester McCoy took over the role in 1987 and kept it until he regenerated at the start of the TV Movie in 1996, so 9 years. Tom Baker did more seasons, but *technically* McCoy was the "incumbent" Doctor the longest. In terms of the quiz, I tried just about every way I could think of to submit that answer but didn't hit on the precise term "The Seventh doctor" that I needed...