Henry Hill, the man whose life inspired Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas died last week at the age of 69 - and tributes to the great (and ethically questionable) mobster have flooded the internet.

But one that you might have missed had an altogether British flavour. Or, rather, an altogether... extraterrestrial one.

It's all thanks to Pixeltwister and the team over at Eager Beaver Films, who've taken Doctor Who's biggest, baddest, squeakiest enemies - that's the Daleks, by the way - and had them 'reenact' the famous 'Funny how?' scene from Goodfellas.

The resulting video is a must-watch for both fans of the film and regular viewers of the kids' time travelling TV show, and luckily for everyone on this webpage, we've got it for you in the pane above.

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  • The Goodfellas cast

  • Martin Scorcese with Robert De Niro and Leonardo Di Caprio

  • Henry Hill with Debi Mazar, who also appeared in Goodfellas

  • Henry Hill at the Goodfellas premiere

  • Former mobster turned chef Henry Hill sits in the Firefly restaurant in North Platte, Neb., in this photo from Feb. 22, 2005.

  • An undated mugshot of Henry Hill

  • Henry Hill on his wedding day to wife Karen

  • A grinning Henry Hill police mugshot

  • Henry Hill cuts a tray of pizza in the kitchen of the Firefly restaurant where he cooks in North Platte, Neb., Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005. The exploits of Hill, who sought refuge in the witness protection program after agreeing to testify against his former mob bosses from New York, were the basis for the book "Wiseguy" by Nicholas Pileggi, which was later turned into the 1990 film "Goodfellas" directed by Martin Scorsese.

  • Henry Hill sits in the dining room of the Firefly restaurant in North Platte, Neb., Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005. The exploits of Hill, who sought refuge in the witness protection program after agreeing to testify against his former mob bosses from New York, were the basis for the book "Wiseguy" by Nicholas Pileggi, which was later turned into the 1990 film "Goodfellas" by Martin Scorsese