Not Rated | | Comedy, War
The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon deal with a visiting female journalist and a German spy as World War II draws to its conclusion.
Reverend Timothy Farthing:
The morris dancers have booked the hall for one o'clock. I do hope you're not going to run over.
George Mainwaring: There is a war on you know, Vicar. If we're not finished, they'll just have to prance about outside.
About an hour into the film, Pike opens the door to his girlfriend at night and speaks to her for about a minute with the hall light on. I was expecting Hodges to arrive and shout 'Put that light out!', but he didn't so obviously an oversight, a blatant one, on the crew's part.
There are outtakes and bloopers during the credits.