Doctor Who: Missing episodes from Patrick Troughton era to be released as ...

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Doctor Who's missing episodes from Patrick Troughton's era as the iconic Time Lord is set to be released in Evil Of The Daleks animated series

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Doctor Who's missing episodes from Patrick Troughton's era as the Time Lord is set to be released as an animated series on September 27.

On Thursday, BBC Studios announced details for the upcoming show titled Evil of the Daleks which stars Troughton as the lead, he portrayed the character's second incarnation from 1966 to 1969.

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The series is the 'mostly-missing ninth and final serial of the fourth season' of Doctor Who, which was originally broadcaster in seven weekly editions in 1967.

Exciting: Doctor Who's missing episodes from Patrick Troughton's era as the Time Lord will be released in Evil Of The Daleks animated series, BBC revealed on Thursday (pictured in 1967)

Exciting: Doctor Who's missing episodes from Patrick Troughton's era as the Time Lord will be released in Evil Of The Daleks animated series, BBC revealed on Thursday (pictured in 1967)

The BBC revealed in a statement: 'Following the success of the existing animations, The Evil of the Daleks fills another gap in the missing Doctor Who content lost in the purge of the BBC archive soon after the programme's original transmission.

'However, audio-only recordings of all seven episodes have survived and have been used here to create a brand new fully animated presentation of this lost classic, featuring the original surviving second episode.'

Patrick stars as the Doctor alongside companion Jamie (played by Frazer Hines) in the recreation, which sees the TARDIS stolen.

Lost: The series is the 'mostly-missing ninth and final serial of the fourth season' of Doctor Who, which was originally broadcaster in seven weekly editions in 1967 (pictured: a Dalek)

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