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by Bill Pertwee

Author: Bill Pertwee
Subcategory: Regional & International
Language: English
Publisher: Trafalgar Square; 2nd edition (October 1, 1997)
Pages: 208 pages
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Dad's Army has been an enduring highlight of the small screen since its debut on British television in 1968. Bill Pertwee found fame as ARP Warden Hodges in the series and has put together a comprehensive tribute to all aspects of the show. This book includes extensive features on the two creators of Dad's Army, Jimmy Perry and David Croft, along with biographies of the whole cast of actors who brought this British comedy classic to life, paying particular attention to such memorable figures as Arthur Lowe (Captain Mainwaring), John Le Mesurier (Sergeant Wilson), Clive Dunn (Corporal Jones) and Ian Lavender.

Dad's Army - The Making of a Television Legend is a book written by Bill Pertwee and originall published in 1989. Dad's Army has been an enduring highlight of the small screen since its debut on British television in 1968

Dad's Army - The Making of a Television Legend is a book written by Bill Pertwee and originall published in 1989. Dad's Army has been an enduring highlight of the small screen since its debut on British television in 1968. Such is its appeal that it was recently voted fourth in a poll of Britain's Best Sitcoms Ever

Dad's Army has been an enduring highlight of the small screen since its debut on British television in 1968. Such is its appeal that it was recently voted fourth in a poll of Britain's Best Sitcoms Ever. Bill Pertwee is probably the most famous Air-Raid Warden in the world. He appeared in Dad's Army in the very first episode and remained part of the cast until the last. He is president of the Dad's Army Appreciation Society, and remains close to most of the surviving cast of the show. Country of Publication.

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William Desmond Anthony Pertwee, MBE (21 July 1926 – 27 May 2013) was an English comedy actor. He played the role of the antagonist Chief ARP Warden Hodges in the sitcom Dad's Army. Pertwee was born in Amersham, Buckinghamshire on 21 July 1926.

List of Dad's Army books and memorabilia. This is a list of books and memorabilia relating to the BBC television and radio sitcom Dad's Army. Publishing annuals based on a popular television series was common in the 1970s. World Distributors published six Dad's Army annuals between 1973 and 1978.

Bill Pertwee became President of the Dad's Army Appreciation Society and the author of the book Dad's Army - The Making of a Television Legend. Most of the rooms are named after the characters, for example, Sergeant Wilson's Lounge. The Bell Inn is also where the Dad's Army tour around the town starts and finishes. The Dad's Army Museum is also found near the end of the trail, which features a reconstruction of Captain Mainwaring's office. The local pub, called "The Red Lion" is mentioned numerous times. There was a real pub called "The Red Lion" in Thetford where the exterior shots were filmed.

Bill Pertwee, who played Warden Hodges in Dad's Army, has died at the age of 86, his agent announces. Image caption Pertwee also took part in BBC radio show Round the Horne. Bill Pertwee, who played Warden Hodges in Dad's Army, has died, his agent has confirmed. The 86-year-old also starred as PC Wilson in You Rang M'Lord? He also appeared in three Carry On films. Agent Meg Poole said he died peacefully on Monday with his family around him. He is survived by his son Jonathan. His Dad's Army character was a greengrocer who became chief air raid warden when World War II broke out. His catchphrase was: "Put that light out!"

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