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The words "bomb" and "war" are very rarely said in the dialogue. Instead, with quintessentially English euphemism, the terms "misunderstanding", "unfortunate incident" etc are used.
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The revised National Anthem lyrics are.... 'God save Mrs Ethel Shroake, Long live Mrs Ethel Shroake, God save Mrs Ethel Shroake of 393A High Street, Leytonstone'
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According to Ronnie Barker's authorized biography Jack Shepherd is dubbed by Barker.
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Richard Lester is said to have been depressed that many of the outdoor locations were found so quickly, and needed so little modification.
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Ethel Shroake was the Queen's Char Lady.
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It is never explicitly stated who started the war, and who the British were fighting. It was, however, supposedly the shortest war in history.
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