Tributes have been paid to Clive Dunn, who died at the age of 92 on Tuesday.
Frank Williams, who played the vicar on TV series 'Dad's Army' - for which Clive was best known - revealed he always had "fun" with him on set and claimed he was a "wonderful" man.
He said: "Of course he was much younger than the parts he played.
"It's very difficult to think of him as an old man really.
"But he was a wonderful person to work with - great sense of humour, always fun, a great joy really."
Fellow co-star star Ian Lavender, who played Private Pike, said he always enjoyed working with him too.
He said: "Working with him was always fun, not necessarily hysterical, but just fun.
"The word Clive Dunn used an awful lot was nice, 'I had a very nice time, thanks'."
Clive - who was best known for his catchphrase "don't panic" on the TV series which ran from 1968 to 1977 - passed away in Portugal after a short illness.
He last appeared on TV in 1984 in TV movie 'Much Ado About Nothing'.
Dunn is survived by his wife Priscilla Morgan and two daughters, Jessica and Polly.