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The Best of 'Allo 'Allo! (1994)

Whilst celebrating her birthday, Edith and René reminisce about their adventures during World War II.


John B. Hobbs


David Croft (characters), Jeremy Lloyd (characters)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gorden Kaye ... René Artois
Carmen Silvera ... Edith Artois
Kenneth Connor ... Monsieur Alfonse (archive footage)
Kirsten Cooke ... Michelle Dubois (archive footage)
Arthur Bostrom ... Officer Crabtree (archive footage)
Vicki Michelle ... Yvette Carte-Blanche (archive footage)
Jack Haig Jack Haig ... Roger Leclerc (archive footage)
Francesca Gonshaw ... Maria Recamier (archive footage)
Robin Parkinson Robin Parkinson ... Ernest Leclerc (II) (archive footage)
Rose Hill Rose Hill ... Fanny La Fan / Leclerc (archive footage)
Sue Hodge ... Mimi Labonq (archive footage)
Guy Siner ... Lieutenant Hubert Gruber (archive footage)
Sam Kelly ... Captain Hans Geering (archive footage)
Richard Marner ... Colonel Kurt von Strohm (archive footage)
Hilary Minster Hilary Minster ... General Erich von Klinkerhoffen (archive footage)


Whilst celebrating her birthday, Edith and René reminisce about their adventures during World War II.

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Comedy | War


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Followed by The Return of 'Allo 'Allo! (2007) See more »

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Make war not love!
24 March 2006 | by fabiennerameSee all my reviews

I caught this series, by chance, while I was studying in England. I do love British humor. When I saw the very first episode I was pleasantly surprised. It's too bad for I could only watch a few episodes but I enjoyed each one of them...if WWII had been so funny, we would still be making it! I still want to laugh every time I think about this show :) I think the guys who created this series caught the real essence of french people; they make fun of us, of course, but they do the same with the British and the Germans...everybody gets their share. I love that way of dealing with painful subjects such as WWII. Why aren't (real) wars so funny? The characters made a big effort to talk with a really "thick" french accent that, in my opinion, sounded rather real and almost "natural" if I dare say. This show gathers all the ingredients of a good old recipe that will make the viewers spend a funny moment (I give my word); since the show cannot be seen of french TV I'll probably buy the DVD soon.

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Release Date:

17 August 1994 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Allo Allo!: paremad palad See more »

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1.33 : 1
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