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Ian Lavender

British actor

16 February 1946
in BirminghamWest Midlands, EnglandUnited Kingdom


Dad’s Army

as Frank Pike

The Sting 1968

During World War II Great Britain was forced to call up the civilians to form Local Defence Volunteers (later known as the Home Guard) - the formation that would backup the regular army in case of German invasion. This series show how this force looked like. More or less...


Parsley Sidings

as Bertrand Hepplewhite

The Sting 1971

Small train station Parsley Sidings is managed by pompous Horace Hepplewhite, who is helped by his not very bright son and few employees he really can’t rely on.


Dad’s Army

as Private Pike

The Sting 1971

Local bank manager answers to radio broadcast and begins to organize the Local Defence Volunteers in small seaside resort when German invasion of England is real threat.

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