Dad's Army (1968–1977)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, War


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A ragtag group of Home Guard volunteers prepare for an imminent German invasion during World War II.

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  • Clive Dunn in Dad's Army (1968)
  • Ian Lavender and Bill Pertwee in Dad's Army (1968)

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Creator:

Jimmy Perry

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15 June 2008 | adam-1009
9
| now I'm a believer!
When I first saw "Dad's Army" on BBC Prime I thought that this is really corny one and since it was going on and on with only few laughs I gave up. Then after few weeks when I put BBC Prime again it was "Dad's Army" again, same episodes and again it wasn't as funny as other British comedy series, so again I gave up.

But lately I've seen the whole series from the beginning (since black & white episodes) and this time it all finally began to make sense. Finally I've seen the light and what kind of approach you need to like this series - usually it isn't LOL-funny, but with more subtle kind of humor. After seeing the whole series even the episodes I've seen before and didn't like make sense and I know what was funny about it.

Now I can say that "Dad's Army" is really great series with wonderful ideas, great cast and leaves something within you - now when I watch some films with people in uniforms I usually expect to hear "do you think it's wise", "stupid boy", "they don't like up them" or "permission to worry you, sir".

A really "must see" kind of TV history!

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