Played a radio presenter in a cut scene from the 1970 Doctor Who story 'Inferno'. The cut was made as producer Barry Letts felt the voice was too recognizable of the man who was also playing the lead role of the Doctor. The scene survives as an extra feature on the DVD release and had been returned to the story for the earlier ...
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I decided to leave [Doctor Who
(1963)] because Roger [Roger Delgado
] had died, Barry Letts
was leaving, Terrance Dicks
was leaving. I thought it looked like the end of an era and I thought, "Well, I may as well go". Shaun Sutton
, the head of programmes, said, "Would you like to stay on and do another season?" And I said, "Yeah, yeah, I'll do one more if you pay me a bit of extra money". He said, ...
He was a friend of the osteopath Stephen Ward, a key figure in the John Profumo
political scandal in the UK in the early 1960s. Although Ward's reputation was destroyed by the scandal and he committed suicide, Pertwee defended his friend's reputation until his dying day. Ward was the subject of the film Scandal
(1989) and a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Thick mane of curly grey hair
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