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VIDEO: DOCTOR WHO's 50th Anniversary Special Gets Lego Treatment

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Below, check out scenes from the DOCTOR WHO 50th Anniversary special recreated through Lego stop-motion!

BBC America celebrated the 50th Anniversary with the global simulcast to more than 75 countries of Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor on November 23. Written by lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat (Sherlock), the special starred the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith (How to Catch a Monster), the Tenth Doctor, David Tennant (Broadchurch), companion Jenna Coleman (Dancing on the Edge), with Billie Piper (Secret Diary of a Call Girl) and John Hurt (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Alien). 

Doctor Who follows the Doctor, an alien from the planet Gallifrey, the last of the powerful Time Lords, on his adventures through all of space and time. Traveling in the TARDIS, the time machine resembling a vintage British blue police box that is bigger on the inside, the Doctor almost always side-steps danger armed only with his incredible intelligence and fix-anything sonic screwdriver. The Doctor routinely cheats death by regenerating - changing into a new, fresh body. Eleven actors have starred in the iconic role. First played by William Hartnell, the Doctor was portrayed by seven actors before the series went off the air in 1989, including Tom Baker, who held the role the longest, from 1974-1981. After being off the air for seven years, the Doctor regenerated again in a 1996 TV movie.

When Doctor Who returned to television with a new lead writer and executive producer, Russell T Davies, in 2005, the title character once again had a new face. The series was resurrected with Christopher Eccleston (Thor: The Dark World, Heroes) as the Doctor, and Billie Piper as his companion Rose. David Tennant took on the role in 2006. In 2010, Steven Moffat (Sherlock, Coupling) became lead writer and executive producer while Matt Smith, made his first appearance as the Doctor - the youngest actor ever to play the character. He is the first actor to be nominated for a BAFTA Award in the role. Last season Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) became his companion, the impossible girl who routinely appears when he needs the most help. The thrilling season finale ended on a cliffhanger with the closing shot saying Introducing John Hurt as The Doctor.

VIDEO: DOCTOR WHO's 50th Anniversary Special Gets Lego Treatment


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