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Jamie, Dr Who's comrade in Space, comes down to earth and finds a girl really out of this world (1968)

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JAMIE MacCRIMMON, Dr. Who's intrepid assistant, has a new girl friend. Blonde. seventeen - year - old actress Sue George. And Jamie—he's really actor Frazer Hines — says she's "out of this world."

A suitable description, you'll agree, cooling from a chap who spends a great deal of time hurtling through Space in a time machine during the BBC TV science fiction series.

Frazer and Sue are pictured above at Denham airfield, Bucks, where they are learning to fly.

Not in a time machine, of course. Just a conventional riper Cherokee. They find It's very pleasant up there among the clouds. And there's no chance of bumping into the Daleks or those other dreadful outer-Space creatures.

Frazer, 23, said: "I caught the flying hug after a helicopter sequence in one of the 'Dr. Who' episodes."

Sue—she stars in a new British film, "Strange Affair"—said: "I love flying -- it's so exhilarating."

Doubtless the eternal Dr. who would agree.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1968-03-12). Jamie, Dr Who's comrade in Space, comes down to earth and finds a girl really out of this world. The Mirror p. 3.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Jamie, Dr Who's comrade in Space, comes down to earth and finds a girl really out of this world." The Mirror [add city] 1968-03-12, 3. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Jamie, Dr Who's comrade in Space, comes down to earth and finds a girl really out of this world." The Mirror, edition, sec., 1968-03-12
  • Turabian: "Jamie, Dr Who's comrade in Space, comes down to earth and finds a girl really out of this world." The Mirror, 1968-03-12, section, 3 edition.
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