The Army Game - Complete Series DVD

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The Army Game was a sitcom giant of its time and one of ITV's most popular shows. Created by Sid Colin it pre-dated the more famous Dad's Army by a number of years. A group of men serving out time as conscripts in the army are determined to dodge duty and derive maximum fun out of a situation they'd rather not be in. Because WWII was only 12 years passed and national service was very much a reality many viewers found they could identify with the characters and the situation they found themselves in.

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Released
25 August 2008
Directors
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Format
DVD 
Publisher
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Runtime
1250 minutes 
Features
Box set, PAL 
Barcode
5027626286941 
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50 episodes of the popular 1950s British television sitcom about a group of hopeless National Service conscripts assigned to the Surplus Ordnance Department. Follow the fortunes of Alfie Bass, Charles Hawtrey, Frank Williams, Dick Emery and Bernard Bresslaw, as they try to serve out their time in the National Service by doing as little as they possibly can, much to the annoyance of Regimental Sergeant Major Bullimore (William Hartnell).

Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. The Army Game was a sitcom giant of its time, and one of ITV's most popular shows. Created by Sid Colin, it pre-dated the more famous, Dad's Army, by a number of years. A group of men serving out time as conscripts in the army are determined to dodge duty and derive maximum fun out of a situation they'd rather not be in. Because WWII was only 12 years passed and national service was very much a reality, many viewers found they could identify with the characters and the situation they found themselves in. Actors Frank Williams Certificate PG Year 1957-1960 Languages English Duration 20 hours and 50 minutes (approx)