'Allo 'Allo! (1982–1992)
30 Dec. 1982The British Are Coming
World War II is raging, but in the French village of Nouvion, café owner Rene Artois wants only a quiet life, plus some slap and tickle with his waitress Yvette behind his sour wife Edith's back. To this end, he keeps in with two German officers who are regular café patrons, Kurt Von Strohm and Hans Geering. He is therefore alarmed when Michelle of the Resistance declares his house a safe house for two British airmen who have been shot down and who don't speak a word of French. He is also to host Roger Leclerc, a forger and old flame of his mother-in-law Fanny, who ...
14 Sep. 1984The British 'ave Come
Colonel Von Strohm wants to hand René over to the Gestapo along with the painting of the fallen Madonna with the big boobies by Van Klomp to get rid of Herr Flick, but René convinces them that it would be a better idea to try to forge the painting, give that to the Gestapo and split the money from the painting after the war. Captain Hans finds out that putting cheese in one's ears improves the sound of madame Edith's singing.
21 Sep. 1984Pigeon Post
The airmen, wearing German uniforms, are captured by the Maquis but escape and burn the uniforms, taking clothes off scarecrows instead before disguising themselves as onion sellers. Von Strohm and Geering, now without uniforms, are angry with Rene and he is given two carrier pigeons to send to London for replacement uniforms. He uses the radio transmitter hidden under Madame Fanny's bed instead when Edith kills and cooks the pigeons.
28 Sep. 1984Savile Row to the Rescue
Michelle brings a bottle of nitroglycerin to the café for safe keeping until it is time for her to use it to blow up a German train. However, as it is in a gin bottle, Edith thinks it really is gin and gives some to Madame Fanny. René and the two German officers meet the plane bringing their uniforms but on board there is only a Jewish tailor who takes their measurements. He does, however, take the painting of "The Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies" back to London to be copied.
5 Oct. 1984The Execution
After the plan to blow up the railway is foiled, Rene is captured by General von Klinkerhoffen and faces execution by firing squad.
12 Oct. 1984The Funeral
Rene, thinly disguised as his own twin brother, is faced with arranging his own funeral. Meanwhile, Herr Flick insists that Rene's funeral be attended by his senior officers to seek out members of the Resistence.
19 Oct. 1984Reds Nick Colonel
In retaliation for the execution of Rene, the Communists kidnap Colonel von Strom and Captain Goering officers manage to get back The Fallen Madonna.
26 Oct. 1984The Dance of Hitler Youth
Hearing that Flick intends to send the painting back to Berlin the next day, Von Strohm directs Rene to make the switch that night. A diversion is arranged in the form of a Hitler Youth Dance, in which local girls dressed in Bavarian costumes will perform for the Gestapo officer's delight. Meanwhile, Rene and Edith, wearing the German uniforms that arrived on the plane, will take the forgery back to Flick's office. Unfortunately the guard takes the painting from them and sends them away. Now Flick has the original, the London forgery and one he made himself to work a ...
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