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Fans dress up in quirky costumes for ‘Love of Sci-Fi’

By Reuters
08 December 2017   |   12:24 pm
"Star Wars" takes centre stage at the 'For the Love of Sci-fi' event in England, with fans dressed as their favourite characters from films and TV shows.

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