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She's Swinging on a Star

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A DOWN-TO-EARTH pose for a TV Space girl. She's a blue-eyed blonde named Virginia Wetherell and if you're following the BBC's time-and-Space serial "Dr. Who" (today, 5.15 p.m.) you'll know that she is the girl friend of the leader of the all-blond and ultra-handsome tribe of Thals, survivors of a neutron war on the planet Skaro. Twenty-year-old Virginia is the daughter of film make-up artist Mary Wetherell who has worked with stars including Liz Taylor, Anita Ekberg, Cary Grant and Stanley Baker. Both mother and daughter hope that Virginia has the make up of a future star — and we don't mean the Skaro variety.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1964-01-18). She's Swinging on a Star. The Mirror p. 16.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "She's Swinging on a Star." The Mirror [add city] 1964-01-18, 16. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "She's Swinging on a Star." The Mirror, edition, sec., 1964-01-18
  • Turabian: "She's Swinging on a Star." The Mirror, 1964-01-18, section, 16 edition.
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