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That science fiction programme which has as much appeal for adults as for children

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That science fiction programme which has as much appeal for adults as for children, "Dr. Who," sees the beginning of a new series of adventures tomorrow (Saturday).

The new "Dr. Who" is played by Patrick Troughton, well known to viewers already. How the producer is introducing the Doctor is still a secret, and so too is what he will look like.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1966-11-04). That science fiction programme which has as much appeal for adults as for children. The Spalding Guardian p. 6.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "That science fiction programme which has as much appeal for adults as for children." The Spalding Guardian [add city] 1966-11-04, 6. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "That science fiction programme which has as much appeal for adults as for children." The Spalding Guardian, edition, sec., 1966-11-04
  • Turabian: "That science fiction programme which has as much appeal for adults as for children." The Spalding Guardian, 1966-11-04, section, 6 edition.
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