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Why was there no mention of the most famous mutants of all, the Daleks

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...Why was there no mention of the most famous mutants of all, the Daleks, in Michael Wolff's article "The Beast in the Cell" (STARLOG #166)? They are almost the epitome of all that's horrible about mutants: they are blobs encased in travel machines, and they constantly plot to conquer and suppress the galaxy. Otherwise, it was a very detailed article.

However, the show in which the Daleks appear, Doctor Who, is fighting for its life as its production company, the BBC. is plotting to cancel it. Doctor Who is the longest continuously running science-fiction program ever (first shown on November 23, 1963) and it needs all the help it can get from its fans. Anyone who wants to join in trying to save this series, please write to:

Peter Cregeen

Head of Drama Series & Serials

BBC TV Centre

Wood Lane

London, W12, England.

They haven't started responding with form letters, so they must not be receiving enough mail. Also, remember to put an airmail stamp on the letter. Please help save Doctor Who.

Charles Baldwin

Address Withheld

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  • APA 6th ed.: (number 172 (November 1991)). Why was there no mention of the most famous mutants of all, the Daleks. Starlog p. 5.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Why was there no mention of the most famous mutants of all, the Daleks." Starlog [add city] number 172 (November 1991), 5. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Why was there no mention of the most famous mutants of all, the Daleks." Starlog, edition, sec., number 172 (November 1991)
  • Turabian: "Why was there no mention of the most famous mutants of all, the Daleks." Starlog, number 172 (November 1991), section, 5 edition.
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