The Making of a Television Legend Book, by Bill Pertwee

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The essential guide to one of the most successful British comedies ever!
Dad's Army has been an enduring highlight of the small screen since its debut in 1968.

The show, which follows the exploits of the Home Guard in a fictional seaside town on the south coast of England, regularly attracted viewing figures of over 18 million at the height of its popularity and recently placing fourth in a BBC poll of Britain's Best Sitcoms Ever.

Here is a unique behind-the-scenes look at the creators, cast, and making of Dad's Army, along with a full episode guide and original stills of the series' greatest moments.

Hardcover, 208 pages.



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Dad's Army

Dad's Army first appeared on TV screens in 1968 and was written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft. The series is based in the fictional seaside town of Walmington-On-Sea. It recounts the misadventures of the local voluntary defence force (or 'Home Guard') consisting of men too old, too young, or 'unfit' for military service. The programme is still popular today.
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