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Dr. Who traveling exhibition (1986)

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Peter Davison, the latest (fifth) "Dr. Who," will be in town Friday, May 9, to mark the start of a 180-city tour of the "Dr. Who traveling exhibition" ...

The (dare we call it a Whomobile?) Whomobile is a 48-foot van crammed with Whonots and Whatnots from the long-running BBC series, now seen on Channel 26 here ...

The Whomobile will be parked at the west end of the Museum of American History for three days starting May 9 and will be open from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily. For free ...

Davison will show up at a ceremony at 11 that same morning ... all this is in aid of a June 15 start on Channel 26 of a new series of 19 hour-and-a-half episodes of "Dr. Who" ...

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  • APA 6th ed.: Carmody, John (1986-04-30). Dr. Who traveling exhibition. The Washington Post p. C8.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Carmody, John. "Dr. Who traveling exhibition." The Washington Post [add city] 1986-04-30, C8. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Carmody, John. "Dr. Who traveling exhibition." The Washington Post, edition, sec., 1986-04-30
  • Turabian: Carmody, John. "Dr. Who traveling exhibition." The Washington Post, 1986-04-30, section, C8 edition.
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