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The story of the greatest British sit-com and its enduring appeal. When we laugh at Dad's Army we laugh at ourselves, and nearly fifty years after it was first broadcast, millions of us are still laughing - whenever and wherever it is repeated. With contributions from the people who planned, produced and performed the programme, and material drawn from the BBC archives, acclaimed author Graham McCann has written the definitive story of a very British comedy.
|Publication date:||2nd September 2002|
|Publisher:||Fourth Estate Ltd an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Television, Biography: arts & entertainment, History: specific events & topics, Cultural studies,|
Graham McCann is a lecturer in Social and Political Theory at Kings College, Cambridge. His previous books include: Marilyn Monroe: The Body in the Library (1988); Woody Allen: New Yorker (1990); Rebel Males: Clift, Brando & Dean; Morecambe and Wise (also published by Fourth Estate), and a recent study of Theodore Adorno for Blackwells.More About Graham McCann