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Dr Who, The Web Planet, 1965
A 'Zarbi', from the Dr Who television serial (written by Bill Struttonwill) ,'The Web Planet'. The Zarbi that left the studio and stood at a bus stop is being led back to the studio by a technician, near to the BBC TV studio at Ealing. The Zarbi (designed by John Wood), has an ant like appearance. Original transmission date 13th February 1965. 5th January 1965.
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