The Meaning of Life (1983): British Officer Class

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The clip British officer class from The Meaning of Life (1983) But no matter where or when there was fight...
The clip British officer class from The Meaning of Life (1983) But no matter where or when there was fighting to be done... ...it has always been the calm leadership of the officer class... ...that has made the British Army what it is. Excuse me. Morning, Ainsworth. Morning, Pakenham. Sleep well? Not bad. Bitten to shreds, though. Must be that hole in the bloody mosquito net. Yes, savage little blighters, aren't they? Excuse me, sir. Yes, Chadwick? I'm afraid Perkins got badly bitten during the night. So did we. Yes, but I do think Doctor ought to see him. Well, go and fetch him then. Right you are, sir. Suppose I'd better go along. Coming, Pakenham? Yes, I suppose so. Come on, boy. Morning, Perkins. Morning, sir. What's all the trouble, then? Bitten, sir. During the night. Whole leg gone? Yes. How's it feel? Stings a bit.
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