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BBC's 'Dr. Who' travels to Sci-Fi

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HOLLYWOOD The Sci-Fi Channel — scheduled to debut early next year — has licensed a minimum of 114 episodes of the BBC's longrunning cult favorite, "Doctor Who." The channel's package includes all the black & white "Doctor Who" episodes. It is scheduled to air immediately following "Dark Shadows," Sci-Fi's first program acquisition, made earlier this year.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1990-09-10). BBC's 'Dr. Who' travels to Sci-Fi. Variety p. 26.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "BBC's 'Dr. Who' travels to Sci-Fi." Variety [add city] 1990-09-10, 26. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "BBC's 'Dr. Who' travels to Sci-Fi." Variety, edition, sec., 1990-09-10
  • Turabian: "BBC's 'Dr. Who' travels to Sci-Fi." Variety, 1990-09-10, section, 26 edition.
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