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Doctor Who tour to land in Bucks County (1986)

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"Doctor Who" fans, and blimey, they are a fervid band, will want to know that the "Doctor Who U.S.A. Tour" will play the Strawbridge and Clothier store at the Neshaminy Mall, Bucks County, from Monday through Wednesday.

The BBC-built Who-mobile exhibit will be stationed at Neshaminy, near Bristol, between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. on those days.

The animated road show with its sundry villains is on a two-year American tour that was instituted when the longest-running science fiction show in television history got its hooks into the Yank imagination.

The 23-year-old series, claimed as the most successful British export ever, is currently being seen on both WLVT-39 and WHYY-12.

Traveling in real time with the 48-foot trailer on its 180-city tour is Englishman Brian Sloman, whose idea it was to set the figures behind reinforced glass and bring them to life through various lightings and sound effects.

And yes, visitors will enter the exhibit by walking through the "tardis," the doctor's time-traveling craft locked forever into the shape of an old English police call box.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Lawler, Sylvia (1986-05-29). Doctor Who tour to land in Bucks County. The Morning Call p. D4.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Lawler, Sylvia. "Doctor Who tour to land in Bucks County." The Morning Call [add city] 1986-05-29, D4. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Lawler, Sylvia. "Doctor Who tour to land in Bucks County." The Morning Call, edition, sec., 1986-05-29
  • Turabian: Lawler, Sylvia. "Doctor Who tour to land in Bucks County." The Morning Call, 1986-05-29, section, D4 edition.
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