This is for all Doctor Who fans out there – these ten hidden facts that you most likely didn’t know about….
The facts range from the New Series to things that happened in the classic series, from appearances by future Who stars in films, to the cancellation of the original the show itself. Everything and anything from the Whovian group mentioned here.
10. Roger Delgado Was In St Trinian’s Before David Tennant
We recall The Tenth Doctor’s appearance in the latest Saint Trinians film, St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold. This was released in 2009 and it featured Rupert Everett and Colin Firth. What’s more, we also know it for other awful reasons. However, did you know that pre Doctor Who, Roger Delgado (The Original Master) had a cameo in 1954’s The Belles of St Trinian’s?
The film highlights Delgado as the servant of an Indian princess who is being sent to St Trinian’s to complete her education. It is just a short scene yet a significant one. The film is additionally remarkable for being the first on screen appearance of Carry On and Eastenders star, Barbara Windsor.
9. There Was Nearly A Doctor Who Animated Series
In the late ’80s, the Canadian animating company calledNelvana got the rights from the BBC to create an animated Doctor Who series. The company is infamously known for animating The Care Bears and the toon bits from the train wreck that was the Star Wars Holiday Special. Therefore, their reputation wasn’t perfect as such. Fortunately, the series never moved beyond the early phases of development. Currently, the Company does animation similar to the Japanese Amie movies.