It Ain't Half Hot Mum

Season 8 Episode 7

The Last Roll Call

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Sep 03, 1981 on BBC
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The Last Roll Call
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The Royal Artillery Concert Party returns to Britain. But if the men think they can immediately get away from the clutches of Sergeant Major Williams, they're wrong.

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    Melvyn Hayes

    Melvyn Hayes

    Gunner/Bombardier 'Gloria' Beaumont

    Kenneth MacDonald

    Kenneth MacDonald

    Gunner 'Nobby' Clark

    Donald Hewlett

    Donald Hewlett

    Colonel Charles Reynolds

    Michael Knowles

    Michael Knowles

    Captain Tarquin Ashwood

    John Clegg

    John Clegg

    Gunner 'Padoruski' Graham

    Don Estelle

    Don Estelle

    Gunner 'Lofty' Sugden

    Arnold Peters

    Arnold Peters

    Customs Hall Officer

    Guest Star

    Brenda Cowling

    Brenda Cowling

    W.V.S. Lady

    Guest Star

    John Benfield

    John Benfield

    MP Corporal

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Parkins: (in a letter to his mother) We came through the Red Sea, which isn't, and we passed the bit where Moses crossed, but we didn't see nothing.

      • Sergeant Major Williams: I will not have dirty, filthy coal in my barrack room!
        Graham: Coal usually is dirty, Sergeant Major.
        Sergeant Major Williams: Not in the British army! Wash that coal, polish that coal.

      • Graham: As soon as I get this uniform off tomorrow, I shall give myself the pleasure of telling him exactly what I think of him.
        Mackintosh: Join the queue.
        Graham: I shall call him a mindless, overbearing, sadistic ignoramus.
        Mackintosh: Aye. You use the long words, I'll use the short ones.

      • Waitress: Demobs, are you? We get a lot of your sorts around here, all wanting us to be grateful. I must have had 50 men fighting for me this week.
        Colonel Reynolds: Did any of them get you?

    • NOTES (1)

      • John Kilby is listed in the credits as the director of the filmed sequences. No other director for the studio scenes is mentioned, which means they were probably handled by David Croft.

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