Dad's Army - The Christmas Specials
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1. BATTLE OF THE GIANTS!
Mainwaring is under pressure. At the ceremonial church parade he is the only one without a medal to wear - even Pike has a boy scout badge. Ridiculed by Captain Square, he has no option but to challenge the Eastgate platoon to a series of initiative tests. With the vicar, the verger and Mr Hodges as judges, the platoon races to hoist their flag from the church tower.
2. MY BROTHER AND I
As Mainwaring prepares to host a sherry party for local civil dignitaries and army officers, Private Frazer is having an interesting encounter on the train with a drunken figure with more than a passing resemblance to his Captain. But when Mainwaring's black-sheep brother Barry arrives in Walmington, the family welcome is less than warm...
3. THE LOVE OF THREE ORANGES
As Christmas is coming, the vicar is hosting a bazaar to raise money for comforts for troops. With Mrs Mainwaring unable to attend after an unfortunate incident with the bath enamel, the Captain is determined to win her one of the three oranges that Hodges has put up for auction. However, the Warden is equally determined that he doesn't...
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I dislike the fact, too, that Janet Davies was excluded. Bernard Archard's character is just plain annoying, and it suffers from the lack of semi-regulars like Harold Bennett and Wendy Richard. Always nice to see Pat Coombs, though.
I don't think that I will get bored of Dad's Army, especially as they are British.
NOT SO the magic was still there and 2 of the episodes are brilliant,as for the third with capt mannerings brother I am in two minds to watch it as it may well be the last bit of this programme which I have never seen and somehow it saddens me that this is it,no more da to see for the first time,was it not once the height of good manners to leave a little food on your plate to show true appreciation?
I would say buy this dvd,its very good.all the old regulars appear and the magic is still there,the only thing I cant understand is that at the time of this review a second hand copy is available,rest assured my copy will not leave my house.