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Thursday, 1 January 2009

Watch Doctor Who William Hartnell Season 1 Episode 1 An Unearthly Child here for free

Unaired Pilot

Part 1

Part 2


Part 3


Part 4

14 comments :

jay said...

hmm not what i expected for a pilot episod

NUWHO4EVAR said...

booooooooooooooooooorrrrrrrrrriiiiiiiiiin

Lupin said...

Boring for morons who have no imagination, or realization of how things have progressed. No "NUWHO" now without this. So shut your mouth, you're "boooooooorrrrriiinnn." By the way might want to consult a dictionary if the spelling of simple words frustrates you.

EnragedinNiagara said...

CAN'T YOU JUST LEAVE US ALONE

Anonymous said...

Are these illegal?

AlienAngelMermaidthingy said...

I've been looking for these episodes for ages... and if you could fix whatevr's wrong with Robot, (the fourth doctor) I'd wuv you foreverz

Doctor10 said...

I agree. I've been waiting to watch these for a while as well and I think that they're quite good. Plus, it is the best that they could do back then, so please don't say anything against it.

Matthew Neville said...

No it is legal and above board

Matthew Neville said...

I downloaded adobe flash player and unless it is frightening like the programmes that are so violent these days this is mere to them

Matthew Neville said...

most of todays programmes from this day and age are also too americanised so i thought i would watch a good old fashioned programme that is above board
you might learn something

Alice said...

On to episode 5/6 (depending on whether or not you include the unaired pilot) :D

Allison said...

I love Ian and Barbra!! <3 <3

Coolkid said...

Well they don't sell them anymore so yes. It is perfectly okay since even if we bought them the owners wouldn't get anything

PCJ said...

I've been wanting to watch all of the old series for some time, so I'm very excited about finding this site. I don't really know what to make of this first story, though. I wanted to love it, but I'd be lying if I said that it thrilled me. However, this is the story that gave birth to one of the most loved shows in the United Kingdom, so I guess that I should be thankful.
Also, I loved the fact that Susan referred to the UK having a decimal currency ... around a decade before it came into effect in the UK. That was cool.