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What is your favorite WW2 comedy film,tv show,sketch or Character?

Article about: Over the years there has been a lot of different comedies about WW2, so what is your favorite? Personality mine is Allo Allo, and I recently found the RAF sketch on the Armstrong and Miller

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    Default Re: What is your favorite WW2 comedy film,tv show,sketch or Character?

    This is a comedy without even trying, a huge heap of garbage!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.

    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    I loved when Helga was hiding the knockwurst in ALLO, ALLO> There was a sketch on the old Carol Burnett variety show when Tim Conway attempts to interrogate Lyle Wagonner ( captured pilot} with a little Hitler hand puppet, who it making all these threats while wildly gesticulating and screeching in a mock hitler manner. I has to be on you tube someplace I am glad to see no one as yet said Gomer Pyle. Unfunny and foolishly disrespectful from where I sit.

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    Not WW2 but a classic service comedy-'Boom Chuggalugga!'
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    In the immortal words of the great Terry Thomas in 'Privates Progress'........."you're all an absolute shower"
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    Windsor Davies as the CSM in 'It Aint Half Hot Mum'-the classic Sar Major!
    The '60s seems to have been the peak in the US of service comedies on TV-'Sgt Bilko', 'No Time For Sgts', 'F Troop', 'McHale's Navy', 'Gomer Pyle', 'Hogan's Heroes'...

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    I lost the tittle of thread, the most pathetic or funny film???

    well , this covers everything


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    As you lost the title of the thread, Ill bring you up to speed; the title was 'Which movie about WWII is a total joke, badly performed and toe curling.'

    BTW if you wonder; your suggested movie posted above fits that description perfectly.

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    Scout-errr no, not the title of the thread...

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    "Operation Petticoat" (1959)


    I have to watch it again.

    Oh, and "The Funniest Joke In The World" from Monty Python. (I know, it's silly)


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    Quote by lithgow View Post
    Scout-errr no, not the title of the thread...
    Oooops, missed the extra 't!'

    Be that as it may, I just jumped at the chance back up the forum members low opinion of that movie.

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