I just love those Armed Forces films where WWII is playing a supporting somewhere off in the distance.

On The Fiddle has got to be my favourite film of this type (closely followed in 2nd place by Private's Progress) which follows the path of a spiv played by Alfred Lynch aided and abetted inadvertantly by a young Sean Connery, in 'ducking and diving' their way through the whole affair.

If you haven't seen the film then do so but for those of you who have, let's revisit one of my favourite lines which goes something to the effect of
To pub landlord: "It's a great little place this is and when the war's over we could turn this place into a nice tourist area. Maybe we could find some local ruins? In fact, I know a bloke in London who makes 'em."