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The British produced this series of campy comedy

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  • Publication: The Dominion Post
  • Date: 1975-06-29
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  • Language: English
  • Notes: Doctor Who didn't air in West Virginia until 1979. This article is taken from another newspaper. "Tonight" refers to KCET in Los Angeles.

DR. WHO, 8 p.m. on PBS—The British produced this series of campy comedy, which debuts tonight. It concerns a super-security agency known as 'UNIT.' We meet Dr. Who, played by John Pertwee, and his partner, Lisa, potrayed by Ca'line John. They are summoned to an underground atomic research station to investigate a number of unexplained breakdowns, both machinery and personnel.


Spelling corrections: Jon Pertwee, Caroline John, Liz

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1975-06-29). The British produced this series of campy comedy. The Dominion Post .
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  • Chicago 15th ed.: "The British produced this series of campy comedy." The Dominion Post, edition, sec., 1975-06-29
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