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Circumstances were hardly favorable for the An Unearthly Child of the B.B.C.'s space satellite Dr. Who (1963)

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It goes without saying that circumstances were hardly favorable for the launching of the B.B.C.'s space satellite Dr. Who on Saturday afternoon.

But the machine which carries the mysterious old man, his inordinately precious granddaughter and her unfortunate science and history teachers will apparently be circumnavigating our screens for the next 52 weeks at least as well as the infinities of time.

William Hartnell gazing from under locks of flowing white, and the appealing and Carole Ann Ford represents the Unknown Them. William Russell and Jacqueline Hill the ignorant, skeptical Us, and their craft is cunningly disguised as a police call box.

If the penultimate shot of this, nestling, after a three-point touchdown in the Neolithic landscape must have delighted the hearts of the Telegoons who followed.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Gowers, Michael (1963-11-25). Circumstances were hardly favorable for the An Unearthly Child of the B.B.C.'s space satellite Dr. Who. Daily Mail .
  • MLA 7th ed.: Gowers, Michael. "Circumstances were hardly favorable for the An Unearthly Child of the B.B.C.'s space satellite Dr. Who." Daily Mail [add city] 1963-11-25. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Gowers, Michael. "Circumstances were hardly favorable for the An Unearthly Child of the B.B.C.'s space satellite Dr. Who." Daily Mail, edition, sec., 1963-11-25
  • Turabian: Gowers, Michael. "Circumstances were hardly favorable for the An Unearthly Child of the B.B.C.'s space satellite Dr. Who." Daily Mail, 1963-11-25, section, edition.
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