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Once Upon A Time Lord

There Was Only One Doctor Who ...

... Now there are five, and you'll be able to see excerpts of programs featuring four of them, including the latest Doctor Who, Peter Davison who played Tristan on All Creatures Great and Small. That's if you tune into WILL-TV, Channel 12, on Friday night, March 18, at 9:30.

For March 18 is Doctor Who night ... dedicated to all of you Doctor Who fans in Central Illinois and Western Indiana, part of the 7 million Americans who follow the science fiction series. It begins with a behind-the-scenes look at the Doctor Who phenomena. Entitled Once Upon A Time Lord, the program visits a national Doctor Who Convention, and features clips from the shows along with interviews with the stars, producers and fans. In addition to Peter Davison, you'll meet series producer John Nathan Turner; "The Master", Anthony Ainley; "Nyssa", Sarah Sutton; and writer Terry Nation, creator of the monstrous "Daleks".

Following Once Upon A Time Lord, Festival 83 will present an entire four-part adventure...Horror of Fang Rock.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (March 1983). Once Upon A Time (Patterns). Patterns p. 6.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Once Upon A Time (Patterns)." Patterns [add city] March 1983, 6. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Once Upon A Time (Patterns)." Patterns, edition, sec., March 1983
  • Turabian: "Once Upon A Time (Patterns)." Patterns, March 1983, section, 6 edition.
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