When Dad's Army ended a nine-year run in 1977, Lowe, who was born in Hayfield, Derbyshire, took on other TV roles including Mr Micawber in a BBC TV serial version of David Copper-field.
What does DA stand for?
DA stands for Dad's Army (UK TV show)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A PROP from the BBC's much-loved comedy Dad's Army fetched PS63,000 at auction yesterday - more than double its pre-sale estimate of PS30,000.
A FILM version of Dad's Army is being planned - with Captain Mainwaring being played by a woman.
CAPTION(S): Philip Madoc and Arthur Lowe in a scene from Dad's Army - co-created by David Croft (right)
IF AN army were to march on laughs rather than its stomach, then the comedy genius that was Dad's Army has plenty more miles in it yet.
A LIFE-SIZE bronze statue of Dad's Army character Captain Mainwaring sitting on a bench is to be unveiled where the TV comedy was filmed.
THE recent article written by Dan O'Neill gave the impression that most of the Home Guard were inefficient and something like Dad's Army ("Defence force that gave us Captain Mainwaring", Echo, May 11).
DAD'S ARMY Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, until Saturday.