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Beautiful but deadly, these space dolls offer chilling adventure to British television viewers. They are, left to right, Stephanie Bidmead, Marina Martin, Susanna Carrot and Lyn Ashley, all of whom wield space guns for their roles in the Dr. Who series. The girls play Drahvins, who are warlike women of the space age.

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  • Title: Deadly Dolls
  • Publication: Iola Register
  • Date: 1965-07-29

  • Title: Deadly Dolls
  • Publication: The Lima News
  • Date: 1965-07-28

  • Title: Deadly Dolls
  • Publication: Record Herald
  • Date: 1965-07-31