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"Doctor Who" The Mind Robber: Episode 2 (TV Episode 1968) Poster

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Frazer Hines contracted chickenpox during filming, hence why he loses his face. Hamish Wilson filled in for him.
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It was Derrick Sherwin's idea that Lemuel Gulliver should speak only in the words that Jonathan Swift wrote for him.
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The horse playing the unicorn had a light brown coat rather than white, and so white blanco from a nearby air force base had to be hastily applied to the animal.
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This episode was watched by 6.5 million viewers on its original transmission.
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The children who ask The Doctor riddles were inspired by the juvenile heroes of Edith Nesbit's novels, such as 1899's The Story Of The Treasure Seekers.
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First of two Patrick Troughton era stories that both Richard Ireson and Bernard Horsfall have key roles in .
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This story is the only time in the series where an actor is replaced and is acknowledged as part of the story, Being Frazer Hinnes replaced by Hammish Wilson.
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