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In 1967 actor Jimmy Perry shows his friend David Croft the script of a sitcom he has written based on his time in the Home Guard, entitled 'Fighting Tigers'. Head of BBC TV comedy Michael ... See full summary »
Arthur Lowe's refusal to take a script home is based on Lowe's genuine refusal to mix work and his private life.
I wouldn't want to be in something silly. Something like that dreadful "Hugh and I".
David Croft: I directed and produced every episode of "Hugh and I", and I'm very proud of it.
Arthur Lowe: Of course, a lesser man could be embarrassed in a situation like this.
When Jimmy Perry drives up to David Croft's home, a satellite dish is visible on the side of the house.
Closing titles showed a "You have been watching" caption followed by each principal cast member marching on the spot holding an improvised "weapon", in the style of the credits sequence for Dad's Army (1968).