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Published on July 16th, 2013 | by Andrew Reynolds

Fourth Doctor Limited Edition Figure

Clear your shelves and prepare for the plastic faces of your favourite Doctor Who characters to cast envious eyes as you shower the recently-revealed Fourth Doctor 50th Anniversary 1:6 Scale Collector Figure with the love it rightfully deserves.

Big Chief 4th Doctor

The admittedly surprised looking likeness of Tom Baker comes complete with a host of signature accessories including the iconic long scarf and idiosyncratic bag of Jelly Babies, a display base with illuminating Gallifreyan symbol & stand accessories and TARDIS control room printed card backdrop packaging.

The figure also comes with interchangeable hands, sonic screwdriver, Yo-Yo, cravat neck tie and tartan waistcoat.

The Fourth Doctor 50th Anniversary 1:6 Scale Collector Figure from Big Chief Studios is available for priority pre-order now. The Limited Edition figure will cost £169.99 and requires a deposit of £12.50 while the Signature Edition has already sold out.


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Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

4 Responses to Fourth Doctor Limited Edition Figure

  1. avatar rickjlundeen says:

    They’ve done a great job as always with the likeness but I’m kind of surprised that there’s no smiling face. I wonder if they couldn’t quite get the likeness there and omitted it.

  2. avatar peacockpete says:

    I’m not sure if it’s to do with not being able to get a smiling portrait (it’s certainly been done a lot before), but perhaps more to do with the convention of modern figures having a more neutral facial expression. It’s possible they might bring out a smiling head accessory another time. With the skills they’ve shown so far, I don’t think it’s beyond Big Chief.

  3. avatar FrancoPabloDiablo says:

    Great job yeah. but £170? F*ck that. Quite happy with my Character Options figure bought for £2.50 thank you very much. Seems since it’s the 50th anniversary EVERYBODY (not just the BBC) are looking to cash in on us fans a little more than usual!

  4. avatar Everyone's whining is giving me a headache says:

    Don’t think those prices are like that because they are in the 50 th year.
    But if you ever bought from the likes of hottoys you can pat yourself on the back.
    Thanks to them and companies like them we have some of the best looking figures in history. But they should have been put in the right before the prices got out of hand.
    Now new companies coming along have to pay manufactures the equivilant of the big name toy boys. Plus the likeness rights and BBC licensing.
    Bet you make more a month Frankie boy than the Big Cheif lads.

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