The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon deal with a visiting female journalist and a German spy as World War II draws to its conclusion.
The British Empire strikes back.
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Did You Know?
based the character of Private Frank Pike on his own background and his experiences during the war. He originally wrote the part of Private Walker, the spiv, for himself to play in the original Dad's Army
(1968) television series, but David Croft
vetoed this on the grounds that other cast members would think Perry had taken the best part for himself. See more
In the 'camouflage' scene, the troops are standing in a field containing a cereal crop sown with a modern seed drill, complete with 'tramlines', not achievable until the early 1980s. See more
Permission to panic, sir!
There are outtakes and bloopers during the credits. See more
Performed by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
(as Glenn Miller & His Orchestra)
Written by Glenn Miller
and Mitchell Parish
Published by EMI Music Publishing / EMI Robbins Catalogue Inc.
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Inc. See more