- Dads army, really?
Yes. It amused me in the light-comedy manner that much of the Perry-Croft output did.Posted 4 years ago
I too get a rush of excitement from the “quite good” of the entertainment world 😉Posted 4 years ago
i can picture you now
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Just read that. Amazing guy, to have lived through so much.Posted 4 years ago
As a kid nothing had me reaching for the off button faster than an episode of Dad’s army and have continued in the same manner all my life in some sort of pavlovian response to the theme tune
Me too, and I was very sniffy last year (above) but after seeing the bbc one hour drama about the making of the first episode I might go and see it after allPosted 4 years ago
Just been to see it. I think we were the youngest people in the cinema, by around 40 years.
Anyway; Cathrine Zeta Jones… mmmmmmm…Posted 4 years ago
jaffejoffer – Member
34yrs old and never seen the tv show.
Bloody youngsters…..Posted 4 years ago
Toby Jones can do no wrong
Until he does. Which this might be.
Never really loved the series, but it was ok.
I shall not be rushing to the cinema to watch it. I might even wait for it to turn up on Amazon Prime in a couple of years.Posted 4 years ago
He said “BLOODY YOUNGSTERS”Posted 4 years ago
sister in law works with a woman who was an extra in the new film (she is big on the 40’s and does shows and stuff)…
Apparently Mark Gatiss was lovely, really down to earth as were most of the others…
Apparently Zeta Jones was all Hollywood and really up her own arse!!Posted 4 years ago
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