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John Henderson is a British film and television director (b. England, 1949)
His first directing job was for Spitting Image on ITV, which won him a BAFTA. Henderson's other television credits include the multi award winning series The Borrowers, the 1999 Comic Relief Doctor Who skit The Curse of Fatal Death (no credit was given to him upon broadcast however he was credited and interviewed when the story was released on VHS later that year); the comedy How Do You Want Me? starring Dylan Moran and two series of the BBC's Sci-fi comedy Hyperdrive. He has also directed several feature films including Loch Ness, Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis, Two Men Went to War, and Mee-Shee: The Water Giant. He also co-wrote the family-based feature film, The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby, released in 2005.
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Dad's Army was a 1971 feature film based on the BBC television sitcom Dad's Army. Directed by Norman Cohen, it was filmed between series three and four and was based upon material from the early episodes of the television series. The film told the story of the Home Guard platoon's formation and their subsequent endeavours at a training exercise.
Runtime: 95 min.
Directed by: Norman Cohen