Item Description
 The Complete Tom Baker Collection on 29 DVDs. Picture and
sound are excellent. Feel free to ask any questions.
 
The
Fourth Doctor is the fourth
incarnation of the
protagonist of the long-running
BBC
television science-fiction series

Doctor Who
.

He was portrayed
by Tom Baker
 for seven
consecutive years, and remains the longest-lived incarnation
of the Doctor in the show's on-screen history- counting both the
classic and modern series. Because of the length of his tenure, he
came to be regarded by many as "
THE Doctor". For audiences in the
United States, who saw the show only
in
syndication (mostly on
PBS), it was this incarnation of the
Doctor who is the best known, as his episodes were the ones most
frequently broadcast stateside. Further proof of his popularity in
the US came when American Distributor
Time Life began selling his stories on
VHS in the late 1970s. Time Life added Narration by
Howard da Silva at the beginning and
end of each episode. It was during the Fourth Doctor's time that
the series' fandom took off, including the first convention in 1977
and the launch of
Doctor Who Weekly in 1979.
Within the series' narrative, the Doctor is a centuries-old Time
Lord alien from the planet
Gallifrey who travels in time and
space in his TARDIS, frequently with companions. When the Doctor is
critically injured, he can regenerate his body; in doing so, his
physical appearance and personality.