What If “Doctor Who” Was American?

http://s3-ec.buzzfed.com/static/2014-02/enhanced/webdr07/12/15/enhanced-2765-1392236059-31.jpg Smug Mode imagines what would the Time Lord’s 13 incarnations look like if the show was made across the pond.
First Doctor — Burgess Meredith

Known primarily for his roles as The Penguin in the 60s Batman series and Rocky Balboa’s trainer, Mickey Goldmill, in the first three Rocky films Meredith made for an irascible, curmudgeonly yet warm and protective Doctor.
Second Doctor — Dick Van Dyke

Faced with the impossible task of replacing its lead star, the show’s producer’s decide not to replicate the previous Doctor, but go in a different direction entirely. Van Dyke’s Second Doctor seems light and playful on the surface, but this masks a brilliantly inventive mind and an absolute abhorrence of injustice.
Third Doctor — Vincent Price

The show débuts in colour (or should that be color?) for the first time as the Doctor is exiled to Earth; now in the form of horror icon Vincent Price. Price hams the role up as a scientific madman aiding the U.S military in their constant battle against alien invasion!
Fourth Doctor — Gene Wilder

Gene Wilder’s weird and wonderful comedic talents made the Doctor both more alien and more popular than ever before, making the show a surprise break-out hit even with UK Audiences. Wilder still holds the record for longest tenure in the role and still occasionally refers to himself as The Doctor.

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