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Horrors--on TV (1965)

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"UGH!" The International expression of disgust might be your reaction at the sight of these horrors. When you hear they are planning to invade the Earth. your reaction might change from just disgust to fear until you realised that it was all part of the B.B.C. Television's new series on the sinister "Dr. Who," planned to begin in November. The word "UGH" stands "United Galactic Headquarters" — they come from galaxies of stars in outer space, to attack our Earth. Here are the monsters with their producer, Miss Verity Lambert (script in hand). She says: "The problem is to find names for the monsters. We have a list of names Like Gearon, Trantis, Sentreal, Beaus and Celation."

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