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JBC TV's adventure in space and time "DR. WHO", on Saturdays at 6.00, this week starts a new serial 'The Reign of Terror', with the first episode called "A Land of Fear".

Dr. Who and his three companions step out of the Tardis near a wood and believe that they are back in England in the twentieth century. Once more their hopes, are frustrated as they discover that they are in fact in France at the time of the French Revolution.

The Doctor is left for dead in a blazing farmhouse and the other three are arrested as traitors. The doctor is rescued from the fire, and in working for the escape of his friends involves them all in a counter-revolutionary movement and a search for the mysterious English spy, James Stirling. Hotly pursued by a French official, Lemaitre, and avoiding the [?] of a double agent, [?] traveler swatch as Robespierre fails from [?] and Napoleon Bonaparte takes his first stop on the world's stage.

"Dr. Who" stars William Hartnell, William Russell, Jacqueline Hill, and Carole Ann Ford, is written by Dennis Spooner, and directed by Henric Hirsch.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1966-10-30). New Serial on Dr. Who. The Sunday Gleaner p. Magazine, p. 10.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "New Serial on Dr. Who." The Sunday Gleaner [add city] 1966-10-30, Magazine, p. 10. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "New Serial on Dr. Who." The Sunday Gleaner, edition, sec., 1966-10-30
  • Turabian: "New Serial on Dr. Who." The Sunday Gleaner, 1966-10-30, section, Magazine, p. 10 edition.
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