Starring: Arthur Lowe, Clive Dunn, Ian Lavender, John Laurie, John Le Mesurier
Genres: Comedy, War
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Continuity mistake: When the second bottle thrown by Pike lands on the floor, the glass from the first bottle has all disappeared.
Revealing mistake: When the knight moves back and forth during the clock mechanism's operation, as he swings his sword, a blue pullover sleeve is visible beneath his armour, revealing that he is an actor in costume and not an automaton.
Revealing mistake: The lights in the café are not working, despite the room being brightly-lit from above (i.e. the brightness cannot be attributed to sunlight entering through the window).
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The only member of the cast to have actually served in the Home Guard was John Laurie. Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn and Arnold Ridley were in the regular army.
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