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Having escaped the Robot Yeti's deadly web at Monument tube station, Jamie McCrimmon and Driver Evans stumbled across St. Paul's where there was a platform vending machine selling bars of Camfield's Fairy Milk Chocolate. Fancying some chocolate, Evans tried the machine without inserting any money and discovered, to his surprise, there was a chocolate bar in the machine's open compartment. (TV: The Web of Fear)
Behind the scenes Edit
- The name Camfield's Fairy Milk Chocolate was obviously inspired by the real-life Cadbury Dairy Milk. It was an in-joke reference to director Douglas Camfield, and complied with the BBC's policy of not displaying brand named products on-screen.
- Although The Web of Fear episode three is currently missing from the BBC archives, the aforementioned in-joke is fortunately immortalised in John Cura's tele-snaps — one of which is a cutaway shot of the chocolate bar, with its name clearly visible, being removed from the vending machine by Evans.