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Now who's this new monster in Dr Who ? (1967)

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Now who's this new monster in Dr Who ? Well .. we only asked

ANYONE else might have taken to the hills with a monster like this looming over him. But not seven-year-old James.

He's been let into the secret, you see. He knows that inside the grisly costume is his dad—actor and comedian Bernard Bresslaw, who coined the famous catch phrase "I only asked."

James's brother, four-year-old Marc wasn't quite so brave. He waited until dad removed his headgear before getting to close.

The monster is a new addition to TV's "Dr Who" serial tonight.


Caption: Without the headgear, Bernard Breslow pictured with James and Marc.

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