pip wrote:The obvious one is there what with Connery and Julian Glover both appearing in Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade and then the link between Glover and baker as above.
People often say to me that Doctor Who is not at the centre of the universe. As far as the British film and television industry is concerned, I respectfully disagree, and with some effort, it can be expanded to include the rest of the English language film and television industry. Why? Because Doctor Who, despite its cheesy reputation, has managed to involve some of the best actors in Britain, and also many of the more harder working ones.
Tonyblack wrote:It's like the TV series over here called The Bill. It's a police series that was going (maybe still is) for years and years and over those years they used just about every British actor they could find. Indeed, one chat show (can't remember which) used to ask their guests - have you been on The Bill?
Quatermass wrote:The reason why I chose Doctor Who is that it is a British icon that'd be more recognised elsewhere than The Bill.
Willem wrote:Quatermass wrote:The reason why I chose Doctor Who is that it is a British icon that'd be more recognised elsewhere than The Bill.
Well, your obsession with Doctor Who is probably also part of the reason
Willem wrote:SDoKB is a fun game, I wouldn't mind a thread on it, but since Doctor Who is such a British institution, I'd prefer the original version so more could play.
The only links I myself could make to Tom Baker are through Little Britain since I've only seen the last three Doctors.
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