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A long way from 'The Power Game' (1967)

1967-09-27 Daily Express.jpg

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You can't keep a good man down, it is said, and this seems to be holding true for British actor, Jack Watling, who is best remembered for his role as Wilder's side-kick in "The Power Game." When that series ended, Watling was seldom without opportunities for airing his talents on the small screen.

The country's BBC-1 audience, though, found it hard to believe it was the same man when they followed a recent "Dr Who" programme, featuring Watling as a special guest star in the role of Professor Travers.

Compare the pictures (Travers above, terrified by the approach of weird monsters in the Dr. who series; Henderson, the suave, calculating business executive, below) and they write another chapter of achievement in the growing list of TV credits for this popular performer. His daughter, Deborah, incidentally, has a lead role in the same "Dr Who" series.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1967-09-27). A long way from 'The Power Game'. Daily Express .
  • MLA 7th ed.: "A long way from 'The Power Game'." Daily Express [add city] 1967-09-27. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "A long way from 'The Power Game'." Daily Express, edition, sec., 1967-09-27
  • Turabian: "A long way from 'The Power Game'." Daily Express, 1967-09-27, section, edition.
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