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Don't Panic! Dad's Army- Home Guard. - Download MP3 music or MP4 video:
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For those of you who enjoy catchphrase compilations - You should like this. Dad's Army's film adaptation is one of the best adaptations of a British television series. That said there isn't much competition. The making of this film was not a pleasant experience for the cast as overlooking their age the director did push them about a bit. All rights go to Columbia Pictures I do not own this
"Don't Panic!" - Corproal Jack Jones was played by Clive Dunn. The role was also offered to Jack Haig and David Jason. The character was based on a bayonet instructor Jimmy Perry had during the war. No copyright infringement intended. All rights go to the BBC
Here is little known single I found by two old ex Dad's Army actors. Dad's Army was a very funny British tv comedy about the home guard in the 2nd World War.
One of britains favourite scenes from one of britains favourite sitcoms. The "Don't Tell Him Pike" sketch from Dad's Army. This clip is found in the episode "The Deadly Attachment" available to buy on BBC DVD. For more info, videos and games visit www.davidcroft.co.uk
Actor Clive Dunn, best known for his role as Lance Corporal "Jonesy" Jones in Dad's Army, has died aged 92. He died in Portugal on Tuesday from complications following an operation. Dunn - whose famous catchphrases included "Don't panic, don't panic" and "They don't like it up 'em" - became a recording star in 1971 when his record, Grandad, reached number one. Frank Williams, who played the Vicar on Dad's Army, said he was always "great fun" to be around. "Of course he was so much younger than the part he played," he told BBC Radio Four. "It's very difficult to think of him as an old man really. Dunn's autobiography, Permission to Speak, was titled after one of Jonesy's catchphrases "But he was a wonderful person to work with - great sense of humour, always fun, a great joy really." Born in London in January 1920, Dunn studied at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. He made his first forays into acting in the 1930s, appearing alongside Will Hay in Boys Will Be Boys in 1935 and Good Morning Boys in 1937. His acting career was interrupted by World War II, during which he spent four years as a German prisoner. The actor would later say that Dad's Army, which ran from 1968 to 1977, was his revenge on his former captors. The much-loved show featured the exploits of a Home Guard platoon formed to protect the seaside village of Walmington-on-Sea from possible German attack during World War II. As well as Dad's Army, Dunn also appeared in such TV shows as Bootsie and Snudge ...
Dad's Army - Clive Done, aged 92, Dies - November 7, 2012 The actor, who played Corporal Jack Jones in the hit sitcom, is believed to have been ill for a few weeks. His agent Peter Charlesworth said the star, who died yesterday, will be "sorely missed". Mr Charlesworth said: "He will be a real loss to the acting profession." His death leaves Ian Lavender (Private Frank Pike), Bill Pertwee (ARP Warden William Hodges) and Frank Williams (Reverend Timothy Farthing) as the only surviving members of the original Dad's Army cast. Dunn, who leaves his wife (actress Priscilla Pughe Morgan), two daughters and grandchildren, was born in London into a showbusiness family and attended Sevenoaks boarding school for boys before studying at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. He started out in a number of small film roles in the 1930s, appearing alongside Will Hay in Boys Will Be Boys (1935) and Good Morning Boys (1937), before the war intervened. The comic actor served in Greece with the 4th Queen's Own Hussars during the Second World War, spending four years in prisoner-of-war and labour camps in Austria. After the war, Dunn worked for many years in music halls and theatres. In 1956 and 1957, he appeared in both series of The Tony Hancock Show and the army reunion party episode of Hancock's Half Hour in 1960. He won the role of Corporal Jones in Dad's Army, the much-loved sitcom about life on the home front, in 1968. The character, a World War One veteran-turned butcher, was ...
Part 1. Series 5, episode 13. The platoon are quickly alerted to a german pilot who has bailed out of his plane and become tangled on the town hall clock. They manage to get up using a ladder rigged up by the ARP, however Jone's idea to rescue the pilot ends in a crashing defeat for the ladder - the only way back down. Opening titles owned and copyrighted by the Orchard Music Company. At the time, I did not know the material was under copyright.
The moment Capt. Mainwaring and his men disarm the Germans.
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