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The Danger in a Dalek (1964)

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TOY "Dalek" suits could put a child in danger, a road-safety official said yesterday.

The suits are 4ft.-high plastic copies of the Dalek monsters seen in the "Dr. Who" children's silence-fiction series on BBC television.

Yesterday Liverpool's Road Safety Officer, Mr. Benjamin Kinley, said: 'Once inside a Dalek suit with a domed helmet plonked over its head, a child might not 'hear or see an approaching vehicle.

Protest

"I shall protest to the firm which makes these suits." The Dalek suits, which sell at £8 each, are made by a Northampton firm.

A spokesman for the firm said: "We don't regard our Dalek as a road-safety hazard.

"The helmet is very loose-fitting. In our opinion it does not affect a child's hearing or vision."

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1964-12-17). The Danger in a Dalek. The Mirror p. 12.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "The Danger in a Dalek." The Mirror [add city] 1964-12-17, 12. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "The Danger in a Dalek." The Mirror, edition, sec., 1964-12-17
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