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Clive Dunn – a life in photos

by | 7th, November 2012

RIP Clive Dunn. You were in Grandad, Metal Mickey,The Tony Hancock Show,Five Children and It, Bootsie and Snudge and, of course, Dad’s Army. You were also a POW in Austria for 4 years during WWII.  You wer also once a member of Sir Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists. But you left. You made the phrases “Don’t panic, don’t panic”, “They don’t like it up ’em” and “Permission to speak, Captain Mainwaring” ones we all knew.


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Singer Vera Lynn with celebrity friends at a Variety Club Luncheon Tribute to her in recognition of her distinguished services to show business. (l-r) ?, David Jacobs, Mr Dickie, Henderson, Danny La Rue, Alfred Marks, Syd James, Doris Hare, Harry Secombe, Stanely Unwin (behind), Leslie Crowther, Clive Dunn (glasses), Charlie Drake (below Dunn), Davy Kaye, ?, Max Bygraves, Arthur Askey,

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