TV classic Dad's Army goes on stamps to celebrate show's 50th anniversary
A new set of eight stamps is being issued to mark the 50th anniversary of TV comedy classic Dad's Army. The stamps feature the main characters in the BBC series which ran from 1968-77, including Corporal Jones's "Don't Panic", and Captain Mainwaring's "Stupid Boy" in describing Private Pike.
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