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Those of us who grew up watching the "Dr. Who" TV show, Great Britain's gift to American science-fiction 'fans, will get a chance to relive the show when the Dr. Who mobile museum rolls into town.

A 48-foot-long trailer, full of Dr. Who memorabilia, costumes and props and a collection of life-like statues of science-fiction villians, will be parked at the entrance to Central Park, 72nd Street and Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is free.

Visitors to the exhibit will first walk through the Tardis, Dr. Who's time travel craft that's shaped like an old English police call box. Visitors will also see the Tardis' control panel and take a simulated ride through space. The museum, which contains the largest Dr. Who memorabilia collection in the world, according to museum spokesmen, is on a 180-city tour of the United States. Call (212) 699-7800.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1986-06-27). Dr. Who? (Herald Statesman). The Herald Statesman p. F18.
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