Dads Army by Leon Garcia

Welcome to our Dads Army page, as you can see we offer a nice range of merchandise produced by talented artist 'Leon Garcia' . NOTE: The T shirts are in UK POUNDS only, if you are overseas and would like one, then email me your details and I can send you a Paypal invoice. However all the other items have a POUNDS, EUROS and DOLLAR CARTS.

T SHIRT SIZE GUIDE (Chest in inches)  Small 36"/ Medium 40" / Large 44" /  XL 48" /  XXL 54"

Just select the T SHIRT size from the drop down menu, then click the yellow cart button.

Dads Army Mousemat

DADS ARMY MOUSEMAT

£6.99 UK

10   EUROS

$15 USA

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Dads army PINT BEER GLASSES

DADS ARMY PINT GLASS

£6.99 UK

12   EUROS

$18 USA

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Dads army Tea or coffee mug

DADS ARMY CERAMIC MUG

£6.99 UK

12   EUROS

$18 USA

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Dads army tobacco tin

DADS ARMY TOBACCO TIN

£4.99 UK

8  EUROS

$12 USA

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Dads Army T Shirt

Dads Army T Shirt

T Shirt  £12.95

T SHIRT SIZE

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Dad's Army was a British sitcom about the Home Guard in the Second World War. It was written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft and broadcast on BBC television between 1968 and 1977. The series ran for 9 series and 80 episodes in total, plus a radio series, a feature film and a stage show. The series regularly gained audiences of 18 million viewers and is still repeated today on BBC Two and G.O.L.D..

The Home Guard consisted of local volunteers otherwise ineligible for military service, usually owing to age, and as such the series starred several veterans of British film, television and stage, including Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Arnold Ridley and John Laurie. Relative youngsters in the regular cast were Ian Lavender, Clive Dunn (who was made-up to play the elderly Jones) and James Beck, who died suddenly during production of the programme's sixth series, despite being one of the youngest cast members.

In 2004, Dad's Army was voted into fourth place in a BBC poll to find Britain's Best Sitcom. Previously, in a list of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes drawn up by the British Film Institute in 2000, voted for by industry professionals, it was placed thirteenth.[1] The series has had a profound influence on popular culture in the United Kingdom, with the series' catchphrases and characters well known. It is also credited with having highlighted a hitherto forgotten aspect of defence during World War II. The Radio Times magazine listed Captain Mainwaring's "You stupid boy!" among the 25 greatest put-downs on TV.