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Dr. Who Lives (1985)

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DR. WHO LIVES—"Dr. Who," the long-running science-fiction series, has been rescued from extinction. The BBC canceled the series in February in an economy move, but an outcry from fans as far afield as Australia has forced the BBC to revive the show, albeit with an entirely new cast—including a replacement for Colin Baker, the sixth actor to portray the time-traveling doctor.

Production resumes in January, so American addicts won't be affected by the pause, said an official of Lionheart Television, which syndicates the show to 147 markets in America (it airs locally each Saturday at 1 p.m. on KCET Channel 28). There are 470 half-hours in U. S. circulation, with 20 coming that have already aired in the U.K.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Mills, Bart (1985-05-26). Dr. Who Lives. Los Angeles Times p. N23.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Mills, Bart. "Dr. Who Lives." Los Angeles Times [add city] 1985-05-26, N23. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Mills, Bart. "Dr. Who Lives." Los Angeles Times, edition, sec., 1985-05-26
  • Turabian: Mills, Bart. "Dr. Who Lives." Los Angeles Times, 1985-05-26, section, N23 edition.
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