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Dad's Army

Season 3 Episode 12

Man Hunt

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Aired Wednesday 8:20 PM Nov 27, 1969 on BBC
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The platoon are told to be on the lookout for any parachutes found lying about so Walker tells Mainwaring that he has found one. They also take on a dog which they use to track an escaped German pilot but accidently arrest a bird watcher.

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    Arthur Lowe

    Arthur Lowe

    Captain George Mainwaring

    John Le Mesurier

    John Le Mesurier

    Sergeant Arthur Wilson

    Clive Dunn

    Clive Dunn

    Lance Corporal Jack Jones

    John Laurie

    John Laurie

    Private James Frazer

    James Beck

    James Beck

    Private Joe Walker

    Arnold Ridley

    Arnold Ridley

    Private Charles Godfrey

    Patrick Tull

    Patrick Tull

    The Suspect

    Guest Star

    Robert Moore

    Robert Moore

    The Large Man

    Guest Star

    Leon Cortez

    Leon Cortez

    The Small Man

    Guest Star

    Olive Mercer

    Olive Mercer

    The Fierce Lady

    Recurring Role

    Bill Pertwee

    Bill Pertwee

    Chief Warden Hodges

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    Janet Davies

    Janet Davies

    Mrs. Pike

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      • References to historical events make it possible to date the events of this episode. Mainwaring mentions that Hess arrived in Britain six weeks earlier. As Hess landed in Britain on May 10, it means these adventures take place in late June 1941.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Captain Mainwaring can't remember whether 'Wake Up England' was said by Winston Churchill or Gillie Potter. Gillie Potter (real name Hugh Peel, 1888-1975) was a radio star who amused the audiences with his tales of the country parish of Hogsnorton.

      • Captain Mainwaring mentions flying in a bi-plane of Sir Alan Cobham's Flying Circus. Sir Alan John Cobham (1894-1973) was an English aviation pioneer. With his Flying Circus he gave many Brits their first taste of flying.

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