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I wonder how many children had nightmares after watching Dr. Who (BBC)?

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If this tale of suspense and horror was shown in the cinema. I'm sure It would been given an "X" certificate.—T. Anderson. Whipton Barton. Exeter.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1963-12-15). I wonder how many children had nightmares after watching Dr. Who (BBC)?. The Sunday Mirror p. 28.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "I wonder how many children had nightmares after watching Dr. Who (BBC)?." The Sunday Mirror [add city] 1963-12-15, 28. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "I wonder how many children had nightmares after watching Dr. Who (BBC)?." The Sunday Mirror, edition, sec., 1963-12-15
  • Turabian: "I wonder how many children had nightmares after watching Dr. Who (BBC)?." The Sunday Mirror, 1963-12-15, section, 28 edition.
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