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Dad's Army: Series 1 (With Series 2 Lost Episodes)

Released on 13 September 2004

Featuring: Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier & Clive Dunn

Format: DVD | Rating: PG

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Classic TV comedy from the Home Guards at Walmington-On-Sea who are both bumbling and ineffectual as well as incompetent which makes life chaotic for all around! Originally transmitted in 1968 (and recently voted no.4 in Britain's Best Sitcom), this DVD release contains all of the first series followed by the surviving episodes of the second series. Unfortunately the other three instalments remain missing and presumed lost forever...

Episodes from Series 1:

The Man And The Hour: the men get together to form the Home Guard following a radio broadcast.

Museum Piece Capt Mainwaring looks for guns for his men in the local museum!

Command Decision A Captain comes offering guns if he can take command of the platoon.

Enemy Within The Gates Capt. Mainwaring gives a lecture on the recognition of enemy agents when he learns there is a reward for every Nazi captured...

The Showing Up Of Cpl. Jones The platoon members finally get their uniforms and Cpl. Jones attempts an assault course...

Shooting Pains A shooting contest arranged to see who will form the honour guard when the Prime Minister pays a visit.

Series 2 episodes are:

Operation Kilt The platoon being attacked by the Highland Regiment!

The Battle Of Godfrey's Cottage The platoon leap into action and take over poor Godfrey's cottage to set up a machine post.

Sergeant Wilson's Little Secret Sgt. Wilson overhears a conversation which implies that he might be the father of an expected child but, as usual, he gets the wrong end of the stick.
  • Series 2 lost episodes
  • 'Missing: Presumed Wiped' documentary
  • Regions 2/4
  • Interactive menus
  • Scene selection

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 Well Worth Watching!

| | See all wurzle's reviews (1)

Don't be put off by the black and white format of this series. These episodes contain some of the best comedy routines of Dad's Army and also provide lots of background info for fans: like, who is Captain Square (of the Eastgate platoon) and why has he always been so competetive with (and dismissive of) Capt Mainwaring throughout every series? How does Corporal Jones manage to pursuade HQ that he's fit for service when threatened with dismiss for being too old? There's also a surprising guest appearance from a current Eastenders actress who tries to help them pass their marksmanship tests?

 See how it all started

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Many of the episodes of Dads Army get shown nowadays from later series but see how it all started here. See how all the little twists and turns started out. It may be in black and white but that makes it look all the more authentic. The first series of anything is usually the best and this dvd doesnt let that adage differ. If you only buy one dvd of Dads Army make sure its this one.

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ActorsArthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn, Arnold Ridley, John Laurie, Ian Lavender, Bill Pertwee & James Beck
CertificatePG
Year1968
ScreenFullscreen 4:3
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired
Duration4 hours and 30 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.