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Four episodes from Doctor Who's 1965 third series - starring William Hartnell as the first ever Time Lord - are reportedly set to be regenerated as cartoons.
Season three of the show kicked off in the 60s with a four-part story called Galaxy 4, with the first of four black-and-white episodes - the only one to still exist - being found in a private collection in 2011.
The quartet's script allegedly survived thanks to a Doctor Who fan having recorded the episodes' audio when they aired, and they are now being animated in full colour.
The Galaxy 4's revival in cartoon form was first reported by
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The episodes star Peter Purves and actress Maureen O'Brien - then 26 and 22 respectively - alongside William and follow the Doctor's encounter with beautiful women known as Drahvins - who are evil - as well as the friendly but monstrous Rills.
Both Peter, now 83, and Maureen, 77, played the Doctor's travelling companions.
William was the first Doctor and played the role from 1963 to 1966, starring in 137 episodes.
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Doctor Who has been produced by the BBC since 1963 and when it was first released, was intended to be a regular weekly programme aired on Saturday evenings.
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It originally ran for 26 seasons from November 23, 1963 to December 6, 1989.
The show was intended to be an educational show for family viewing to teach its younger audience about history as the Doctor travelled through time with its companions, a history and science teacher.
The concept of regenerating was added into the series after William became ill and stepped down from his role.
William died of heart failure in 1975 at the age of 67.
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