The clip Fighting Each Other - World War I Birthday from The Meaning of Life (1983)
Blackitt, Sturridge and Walters, you take the buggers on the left flank.
Hordern, Spadger and I'll go for the gun post.
Hang on. You'll never make it. Let us come.
Do as you're told.
Right, Skipper. Oh, sir?
If we don't meet again, sir...
...I'd just like to say it's been a real privilege fighting alongside you, sir.
Yes, well, this is hardly the time or place for a good-bye speech.
Me and the lads realize that, sir, but, well, we may never meet again, so-
All right, Blackitt. Thanks a lot.
No, just a moment, sir.
Me and the lads, we've had a little whip around.
We've bought you something. We bought you this.
I don't know what to say.
It's a lovely thought. Thank you. Thank you all.
But I think we'd better get to cover-
We've got something else for you as well, sir.
Sorry it's another clock, only there was a bit of a mix-up.
Walters thought he was buyin' a present...
...and Spadger and I had already got the other one.
Well, it's beautiful. They're both beautiful.
We'd better get to cover now. I'll thank you properly later on.
Corporal Sturridge got this for you.
He didn't know about the others. It's Swiss.
Now, that is thoughtful, Sturridge. Good man.
There's a card, sir, from all of us. Sorry about the blood, sir.
Thank you all.
Squad! Three cheers for Captain Biggs.
I'll be all right.
There's just one other thing, sir. Spadger, give him the check.
This is really going too far.
I don't seem to be able to find it, sir. It'll be in No. 4 trench.
For Christ's sake, forget it, man.
You shouldn't have said that, sir.
You've hurt his feelings now.