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Christopher Barry directed several Doctor Who serials, beginning with several episodes of the very first Dalek story. His other television credits included Compact, Smuggler's Bay, Paul Temple, Z-Cars, Poldark, The Onedin Line, All Creatures Great and Small, Juliet Bravo, Dramarama and other science fiction series, including Out of the Unknown, Moonbase 3 and The Tripods.

He was one of only three people to direct Doctor Who serials featuring William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker; the other two were Douglas Camfield and Lennie Mayne.

He appeared uncredited as the final past Doctor in TV: The Brain of Morbius, meaning he played the earliest known incarnation of the Doctor.

Barry spent his retirement living in Oxfordshire and died on 7 February 2014 following an escalator fall at a shopping centre in Banbury.[1]

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  • The End (published in Drabble Who)

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  1. Hayley Dixon and agencies (15 February 2014). Doctor Who director dies after escalator fall. The Telegraph. Retrieved on 16 February 2014.

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