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Dad's Army

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The Day the Balloon Went Up. The platoon captures a barrage balloon. Captain Mainwaring ARTHUR LOWE , Sergeant Wilson
JOHN LE MESURIER , Corporal Jones CLIVE DUNN
, Private Frazer JOHN LAURIE , Private
Walker JAMES BECK , Private Godfrey ARNOLD RIDLEY ,
Private Pike IAN LAVENDER , ChiefWarden Hodges BILL PERTWEE , Vicar FRANK WILLIAMS , Verger
EDWARD SINCLAIR , Cissy NAN BRAUNTON , WAAAF sergeant JENNIFER BROWNE , Operations Room officer ANDREW CARR , Girl in the haystack
THERESE MCMURRAY , RAF officer
KENNETH WATSON , Girl on the tandem VICKI LANE , Mr Blewitt
HAROLD BENNETT. Gardener JACK HAIG
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Producer David Croft

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Lowe
Unknown: John Le Mesurier
Unknown: Clive Dunn
Unknown: John Laurie
Unknown: Walker James Beck
Unknown: Arnold Ridley
Unknown: Ian Lavender
Unknown: Warden Hodges
Unknown: Bill Pertwee
Unknown: Frank Williams
Unknown: Edward Sinclair
Unknown: Nan Braunton
Unknown: Jennifer Browne
Unknown: Andrew Carr
Unknown: Therese McMurray
Unknown: Kenneth Watson
Unknown: Vicki Lane
Unknown: Mr Blewitt
Unknown: Harold Bennett.
Unknown: Jack Haig
Written By: Jimmy Perry
Written By: David Croft
Producer: David Croft

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