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Dr. Who Program at Canyon Country Library (1986)

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Dr. Who?

Who is Dr Who's Dr. Who is one of the most popular characters on British series television. Chuck Billodeaux, an L.A. County librarian and a devoted "Whovian," will talk about and show slides on the history of "Dr. Who," the 23 year-old BBC-TV science-fantasy series, at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Canyon Country Library. The event is free and open to the public

Doctor Who, a Time Lord from the Planet Gallifrey, shuttles through time and space in a police box i a phone booth for police' sorting out galactic problems and vanquishing monsters The show airs locally on KCET, channel 28, at 1 p m. on Saturdays The program has become very popular with American audiences in the last ten years and now boasts a fan following similar to "Star Trek

Billodeaux will show his colletion of slides illustrating the history of the character, played through the years by six actors On Display at the library is "Dr Who" memorabilia

The library, part of the Los Angeles County Public Library. is located at 18538 Soledad Canyon Road, Canyon Country. For more information, one may call

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1986-11-09). Dr. Who Program at Canyon Country Library. The Newhall Signal & Saugus Enterprise p. 5.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Dr. Who Program at Canyon Country Library." The Newhall Signal & Saugus Enterprise [add city] 1986-11-09, 5. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Dr. Who Program at Canyon Country Library." The Newhall Signal & Saugus Enterprise, edition, sec., 1986-11-09
  • Turabian: "Dr. Who Program at Canyon Country Library." The Newhall Signal & Saugus Enterprise, 1986-11-09, section, 5 edition.
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