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This Friday at the Time Community Theater in Oshkosh aliens will invade, and if things go poorly we may all be exterminated! The Daleks will be there and the only hope is that the Time Lord Dr. Who arrives in time to rescue humanity.

"Dr. Who and the Daleks," a classic from 1965 starring the renowned actor Peter Cushing as the Gallifreyan Time Lord, will start at 7 p.m.

A special guest of the movie will be a live Dalek brought to you by its builders, Dave Duca and Mike Glielmi, for all humans to examine and maybe even get a photo with.

Lifelong fans of the Whovian fandom, these two gentlemen have traveled the region bringing full-size replicas to conventions for fans and stars of the show, to enjoy and "trundle" around.

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