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DISENCHANTED WITH DALEKS, averse to Voords? Not fans of TV's top junior series "Dr. Who" in which these outer-space oddments appear! But heroine Carole Ann Ford (Voord-enveloped below) feels she's played a fifteen year old long enough: viewers she meets out shopping won't believe she's really a mum of twenty-three—daughter Miranda mystifies them. Carole Ann adventures on in The Dalek Book" (Panther, 9s. 6d.) but quits the TV series in December: "Though I love 'Dr. Who,' I must grow up." A blow to all the schoolboys who keep asking her out to tea

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1964-11-21). Disenchanted with Daleks. Woman (England) p. 42.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Disenchanted with Daleks." Woman (England) [add city] 1964-11-21, 42. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Disenchanted with Daleks." Woman (England), edition, sec., 1964-11-21
  • Turabian: "Disenchanted with Daleks." Woman (England), 1964-11-21, section, 42 edition.
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