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Relive your favourite moments from "Dad's Army" or add to a collection with specialised memorabilia. The programme centres on the Home Guard during World War II and provides some much-needed comic relief to the situation. DVDs with the complete collection let you binge watch all 80 episodes.


Mugs with catch phrases and signed photos fit perfectly into a fan collection. Giggle when Captain Mainwaring shouts, "You stupid boy!" on "Dad’s Army" and fall in love with the characters all over again.

  • Dads Army DVD 2016 Catherine Zeta-Jones Bill Nighy Michael Gambon Genuine ExcCon

    Dads Army DVD 2016 Catherine Zeta-Jones Bill Nighy Michael Gambon Genuine ExcCon

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    Starring Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Gambon, Toby Jones. 2016 Dad's Army Movie DVD. "The cinema remake of the classic sitcom "Dad's Army".
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    Dads army dvd

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  • Dads Army  2016 - DVD - Brand New

    Dads Army 2016 - DVD - Brand New

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    Dads Army  2016 - DVD - Brand New. Sleek compact design with plenty of storage. Ultra-fast data transfers with USB 3.0 interface. Password protection and hardware encryption. 2-Year Limited Warranty.
  • Dad's Army (DVD) Toby Jones, Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta-Jones New & Sealed

    Dad's Army (DVD) Toby Jones, Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta-Jones New & Sealed

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    Toby Jones takes up the mantle of Captain Mainwaring, with fellow Home Guard members played by Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon, Tom Courtenay, Mark Gatiss, Blake Harrison, Daniel Mays and Bill Paterson.
  • Dad's Army [DVD]

    Dad's Army [DVD]

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    Zoom Dad's Army [DVD] Product Dad's Army [DVD] Blu-ray. British war comedy based on the BBC television sitcom directed by Oliver Parker.