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Dad's Army (movie) is £2.99 (or less) delivered from HMV.co.uk

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Amazon.co.uk Review : In the 1970s the British film industry went through a craze for turning hit TV comedies into big screen features. From On the Buses (1971) to Porridge (1979), Dad's Army was one of the few which made the transition with style. Set in the small south coast town of Walmington-on-Sea in 1940, the film does have the structure of three TV episodes remade and sequenced together. Beginning with the formation of the local Home Guard, the company has a self-contained adventure on military manoeuvres, before a finale which allows for some heroism as three German officers take over the church hall.

Dad's Army has all the gentle character comedy of the classic BBC TV series, benefiting enormously by retaining the entire television cast, headed by the incomparable Arthur Lowe as the blustering Captain Mainwaring and supported by the equally wonderful John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn. The cinema budget allows far superior production values to the original series, with a loving re-creation of 1940's England and some surprisingly beautiful cinematography. Above all, the film is both funny and a nostalgic reminder of a time when ordinary middle-aged and old men could be both real and movie heroes. --Gary S. Dalkin
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this is a great film. I paid 5 quid for it last year and gave it to my Dad for Christmas! Definitely worth 2.99!!!
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markwills
this is a great film. I paid 5 quid for it last year and gave it to my Dad for Christmas! Definitely worth 2.99!!!


My Dad's getting for this Christmas :thumbsup:

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