Dad's Army

Season 5 Episode 7

The King Was in His Counting House

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Aired Wednesday 8:20 PM Nov 17, 1972 on BBC
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The King Was in His Counting House
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While Captain Mainwaring holds a party at his house for the platoon the bank is hit by a German bomb. After guarding the money all night he has to find a way to transport the money to the Eastgate Branch for safety.

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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

    Wendy Richard

    Wendy Richard

    Shirley

    Guest Star

    Bill Pertwee

    Bill Pertwee

    ARP Warden Hodges

    Recurring Role

    Frank Williams

    Frank Williams

    Rev. Timothy Farthing

    Recurring Role

    Edward Sinclair

    Edward Sinclair

    Maurice Yeatman

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      • Hodges: What's going on here?
        Pike: We're having a party.
        Hodges: Watch the blackout. Where's Mainwaring?
        Wilson: He's upstairs with his wife in the bedroom.
        Hodges: Oh, it's one of those sort of parties, is it?

      • Shirley: If I start to clamber over all that rubble I'll ruin my stockings!
        Walker: Don't worry, love. I'll buy you another pair.
        Shirley: That's what you said the last time we were on a bomb site together.

      • Mr Yeatman: Drive them out like the money changers in the temple. Fancy suggesting that we should check money on church property!
        Jones: Is that why you count the collection in the bar at the Red Lion?

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