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One Mann's Movies Film Review: Dad's Army

As someone in his frisky fifties, I am old enough to remember the arrival on our British TV screens of the original Dad’s Army back in 1968. 697 more words

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Picturehouse Podcast: Youth, Spotlight, Dad's Army and Trumbo

Sam and Simon are fresh from the European premiere of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies to talk about Youth, Spotlight, Dad’s Army and Trumbo. Enjoy!


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Dad's Army Film Review

Dad’s Army 
PG, Comedy
Director: Oliver Parker
Screenwriter: Hamish McColl
Starring: Toby Jones, Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ian Lavender, Frank Williams

39 years after the final episode and the home guard of Walmington-on-sea are back to go up against bulls, German spies and a movie remake. 602 more words

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Dad's Army: Review

The casting department for the cinematic realisation of Britain’s beloved sitcom, Dad’s Army, deserves a lot of credit when it comes to the classic series’ almost-successful transition to the silver screen. 466 more words

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Dad's Army (2016)

Film review of the comedy, based on the classic British TV series, about the actions and adventures of the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon, comprised mostly of elderly men and led by an officious, hierachy obsessed bank manager (Toby Jones) who must deal with a beautiful female reporter (Catherine Zeta Jones) and a German spy as World War II comes to a close. 730 more words

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Dad's Army Review

Dad’s Army, a wonderfully witty remake of the beloved BBC TV series about the activities of the British Home Guard during World War II which ran from 1968 to 1977, has marched into theatres, to the delight fans of the classic comedy. 307 more words

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Dad's Army Review

Dad’s Army, a wonderfully witty remake of the beloved BBC TV series about the activities of the British Home Guard during World War II which ran from 1968 to 1977, has marched into theatres, to the delight fans of the classic comedy. 307 more words

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