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Julian Glover

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In 1979, Glover guest starred in Dr. Who's earthbound "City of Death," with Catherine (Space: 1999) Schell and John (Monty Python) Cleese.

"I played about 7000 people spread out through history all of whom were the same person," Glover remembers. "I was really an alien named Scaroth, Lord of the Zagganoths whose head looked like green spaghetti. Doing Dr. Who was fun, largely because of Tom Baker, who's very delightful, inventive and enthusiastic. We joked a lot during rehearsals and after takes, but when we did the actual taping, the lines were played straight. Of course, we joked about Scaroth's appearance itself, because it was so silly! 'On goes the spaghetti, governor.'"

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  • APA 6th ed.: Burns, James H. (number 52 (November 1981)). Julian Glover. Starlog p. 38.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Burns, James H.. "Julian Glover." Starlog [add city] number 52 (November 1981), 38. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Burns, James H.. "Julian Glover." Starlog, edition, sec., number 52 (November 1981)
  • Turabian: Burns, James H.. "Julian Glover." Starlog, number 52 (November 1981), section, 38 edition.
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