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Even for time lords, time marches on

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Colin Baker, the sixth Dr Who, was upset to find in January that the venerable police box which had done service as a time machine in the BBC's long-running series, was to be replaced. "A whole generation of young Dr. Who fans have never seen a genuine police box because there are none left", explained John Nathan-Turner, the producer, who tried to soften the blow by promising that the Doctor would travel through space and time in a uniquely horrible multicolored outfit. "I think we've achieved it," Nathan-Turner rejoiced. "I think the outfit for the new Doctor is totally tasteless."

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1984-12-30). Even for time lords, time marches on. The Sunday Telegraph (England) .
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Even for time lords, time marches on." The Sunday Telegraph (England) [add city] 1984-12-30. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Even for time lords, time marches on." The Sunday Telegraph (England), edition, sec., 1984-12-30
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