'Allo 'Allo! (1982–1992)
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Money to Burn 

Herr Flick has arrested monsieur Leclerc and lets it be known he will be shot if the stolen Gestapo money isn't returned.

Director:

Martin Dennis

Writers:

Jeremy Lloyd (by), David Croft (by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gorden Kaye ... René Artois
Carmen Silvera ... Edith Artois
John Louis Mansi John Louis Mansi ... Herr Engelbert von Smallhausen
Richard Gibson ... Herr Otto Flick
Jack Haig Jack Haig ... Roger Leclerc
Richard Marner ... Colonel Kurt von Strohm
Guy Siner ... Lieutenant Hubert Gruber
Gavin Richards Gavin Richards ... Captain Alberto Bertorelli
Kim Hartman ... Private Helga Geerhart
Rose Hill Rose Hill ... Madame Fanny
Vicki Michelle ... Yvette Carte-Blanche
Arthur Bostrom ... Officer Crabtree
Sue Hodge ... Mimi Labonq
Kirsten Cooke ... Michelle Dubois
Nicholas Frankau ... Flying Officer Carstairs
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Storyline

Herr Flick has arrested monsieur Leclerc because he thinks he has the stolen money. When it turns out he hasn't got the money, Herr Flick announces Leclerc will be shot if the money won't be returned. Unfortunately, Madame Fanny has burned the money - that was kept in the oven - when trying to cook a potato, which actually was the spy camera that was to be used to photograph the invasion of England plans. Meanwhile, Von Strohm has found out about the two missing land mines and tells Gruber to talk to René, in case he might know anything about them. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | History | War

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Soundtracks

Sweet Sixteen
(uncredited)
Music by Dave Stamper
Lyrics by Gene Buck
Performed by Gorden Kaye and Carmen Silvera
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Poor Leclerc.
17 February 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

After a valiant escape attempt, Monsieur Leclerc is kidnapped by The Gestapo, if the money that was stolen isn't returned he'll be shot.

I particularly loved the scene where Madame Fanny is in the Kitchen preparing her dinner, cooking the potato, and other things.

Poor Monsieur Leclerc tries his best, Haig was always a favourite, great scenes between him and Herr Flick. The last scene is particularly funny. 8/10


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 December 1988 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK

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