Is a successful playwright, and has written numerous plays for the stage. His writing credits include 'No Traveller', 'The TV Murders', 'Murder By Appointment', 'Alibi For Murder', 'Mask For Murder', 'Murder Weekend', 'The Boating Lake', 'Two Children On A See-Saw' and 'The Playing Fields'
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[on Bill Pertwee
] He always used to play himself down as an actor, he always used to say "I'm not really an actor, I'm a turn. All I do is shout a lot and push people around." I think that's Bill typically playing himself down because I think he was a very good actor. There are a number of scenes in Dad's Army
(1968) where you see a different side of him.
He still has the original glasses he wore as the Vicar in Dad's Army