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.
From the Director of Johnny English Reborn
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Did You Know?
Third "Dad's Army" film or television production after the original TV series Dad's Army
(1968) and its spin-off cinema movie Dad's Army
(1971). See more
During the opening scene on the train. The newspaper being read by the seated lady shows the incorrect weekday for the date shown. April 15th 1944 was a Saturday. See more
Sir, I need to tell you something in complete continence.
The closing credits sequence begins with a caption "You have been watching", followed by scenes of the various characters marching, with captions that show the actors' names but not their characters' names. This is exactly the same style as was used in the original TV series. See more
Version of Dad's Army
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