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Bill Pertwee's The Warden Says
  • Description

    Bill Pertwee - better known as Warden Hodges from Dad's Army - takes you on a nostalgia-filled trip back to the Home Front of the 1940s and teaches you everything you need to know to support our brave boys on the frontline and give Herr Hitler a bloody nose!
    Through rare and previously unseen cinema public information films, poetry and cartoons of the era, Bill Pertwee will help you to sign up for the Home Guard or - if you're a woman - to volunteer for the Land Army.
    Listen to what The Warden Says and you'll soon be a dab hand at fighting incendiary bombs, maintaining the blackout and recycling your old bones and waste paper to further the war effort!
    But woe betide you if you gossip...don't you know that 'careless talk costs lives'? The Warden Says to keep your mouth shut and your eyes peeled for Fifth Columnists! He also has some more invaluable advice to impart such as the proper use of a handkerchief in wartime and how to prevent a discarded cigarette from doing the work of Hitler's Luftwaffe.
    Everything you need to know to help Britain win the war and maintain the Blitz spirit is here, from 'digging for victory' to 'mobilizing your scraps' - so just listen to what The Warden Says and help treat Herr Schikelgruber to a bunch of British fives!
    (11 Chapters)

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    E
    Actor:
    Bill Pertwee
    Region:
    Free, 2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 4:3
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    Run Time:
    120 mins approx.

Bill Pertwee's The Warden Says

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  • Description

    Bill Pertwee - better known as Warden Hodges from Dad's Army - takes you on a nostalgia-filled trip back to the Home Front of the 1940s and teaches you everything you need to know to support our brave boys on the frontline and give Herr Hitler a bloody nose!
    Through rare and previously unseen cinema public information films, poetry and cartoons of the era, Bill Pertwee will help you to sign up for the Home Guard or - if you're a woman - to volunteer for the Land Army.
    Listen to what The Warden Says and you'll soon be a dab hand at fighting incendiary bombs, maintaining the blackout and recycling your old bones and waste paper to further the war effort!
    But woe betide you if you gossip...don't you know that 'careless talk costs lives'? The Warden Says to keep your mouth shut and your eyes peeled for Fifth Columnists! He also has some more invaluable advice to impart such as the proper use of a handkerchief in wartime and how to prevent a discarded cigarette from doing the work of Hitler's Luftwaffe.
    Everything you need to know to help Britain win the war and maintain the Blitz spirit is here, from 'digging for victory' to 'mobilizing your scraps' - so just listen to what The Warden Says and help treat Herr Schikelgruber to a bunch of British fives!
    (11 Chapters)

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    E
    Actor:
    Bill Pertwee
    Region:
    Free, 2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 4:3
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    Run Time:
    120 mins approx.
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