Dad's Army: Season 6, Episode 1

The Deadly Attachment (31 Oct. 1973)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | War
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After a surreal lecture on telling allied parachutists from German ones, the platoon is ordered to pick up a stranded U-boot's crew. Wilson feels live hand-grenades are too dangerous for ... See full summary »

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Robert Raglan ...
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Bud Flanagan ...
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After a surreal lecture on telling allied parachutists from German ones, the platoon is ordered to pick up a stranded U-boot's crew. Wilson feels live hand-grenades are too dangerous for his hot-head mates and acts accordingly. As HQ's armed escort is late, the Kriegsmarine captain can first play mind-games by drafting a reckoning 'list', then take Hodges hostage. Written by KGF Vissers

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31 October 1973 (UK)  »

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During the filming of the last scene, someone was busy mending a fence just down the road and could be heard from the location the scene was been shot. In order to film when the person wasn't working they had a runner, running between the two locations telling the crew when they could film and when the man could continue working on the fence. See more »

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John Le Mesurier stumbles over his line: "I must admit he has rather an abrupt matter - manner". See more »

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Jones: Sir? Now that the crisis is past could you ask Private Frazer to take his hand out of my trousers.
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References Scarface (1932) See more »

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Whistle While You Work
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Music by Frank Churchill and lyrics by Larry Morey
Heard as a theme at the start of some scenes
Ian Lavender sings a parody of this song to the Germans
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