Dads Army - Series 8

Release Date: 05 March 2007 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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THE COMPLETE EIGHTH SERIES.

1. RING DEM BELLS:

Mainwaring is delighted when the platoon is selected to appear in a training film, but not so pleased to discover the are to play Germans - with Pike and Wilson as the officers.

2. WHEN YOU`VE GOT TO GO:

Private Pike`s call up papers have finally arrived. Despite his mother`s claims that he is too delicate, it seems that Pike is really ready for the regular army..

3. IS THERE HONEY STILL FOR TEA?:

Godfrey`s lovely cottage is to be demolished to make way for an aerodrome. Captain Mainwaring prepares to deliver the bad news but Frazer has other ideas.

4. COME IN, YOUR TIME IS UP:

A baled-out German air crew in a rubber dinghy appear in the lake by the platoon`s training camp. Can the armed might of the Home Guard, the Wardens and the Sea-Scouts bring them in?.

5. HIGH FINANCE:

Corporal Jones is in debt, but as examination of the books begins a trail that leads to a not-so-surprisingly unscrupulous character.

6. THE FACE ON THE POSTER:

Jones thinks he will be the poster boy for national recruiting drive, but a printer`s mix-up has him as the picture on a wanted notice for a dangerous escaped German POW.
Release Date: 05 March 2007
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all

Region 2
Screen Fullscreen 4:3
Languages English - Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono


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Customer Reviews


As funny as ever

Pamela Cundell (Mrs Fox) told a story of a little boy who stopped her in the street to tell her how much he enjoyed Dad's Army. She asked him why and he said; "because it's very funny and it's not rude". Out of the mouths of babes!



Catalogue No: BBCDVD1601