Behind the scenes Edit
- When Wolsey gains sentience in Oh No It Isn't!, he begins to sing "I'd Do Anything" from the musical adaptation of Oliver Twist. Benny stops him singing before he gets too far in.
- In Daughter of the Gods, voice actor Ian Crowe gave the character of Varx a gruff voice, which he stated was inspired by portrayals of Bill Sikes, the main antagonist of Oliver Twist. (BFX: Daughter of the Gods)
- In 1985, a BBC adaptation of Oliver Twist as a 12-episode miniseries was produced by Terrance Dicks. It boasted of an original score by Dudley Simpson and featured Davros actor Terry Molloy in the supporting role of Brittles, Mrs Maylie's handyman — a "comedic simpleton" role quite unlike the conniving Kaled scientist as whom Whovians know him better.
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