Allo! Allo!

Season 1 Episode 7

Reds Nick Colonel

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Aired Unknown Oct 19, 1984 on BBC
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Reds Nick Colonel
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The communist résistance wants to make a martyr out of the dead René, and kidnaps the Colonel and the Captain. To make matters worse, they offer them on a platter to René´s twin brother René, so that he can shoot them.

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  • Yet more problems for the colonel.

    9.7
    Sometimes I think Colonel Von Strohm is just as much in the thick of it as Rene, a sort of German Rene if you will. He starts off having to have Edith singing to him then both the captain and Helga try a bit of subtle blackmail to get him to share the future fortune from selling the painting of the fallen madonna with the big boobies. The he gets kidnapped with the one branch of resistance Rene has no contact with, Rene gets accused of colaboration and no one believes any story regarding Edith entertaining the Germans because of her singing. Rene also is in a sticky situation regarding having to save the colonel and be seen to murder him.moreless
Guy Siner

Guy Siner

Lieutenant Hubert Gruber

Gorden Kaye

Gorden Kaye

René Artois

Carmen Silvera

Carmen Silvera

Edith Melba Artois

Vicki Michelle

Vicki Michelle

Yvette Carte-Blanche

Kirsten Cooke

Kirsten Cooke

Michelle Dubois

Richard Marner

Richard Marner

Colonel Kurt Von Strohm

Susan Kyd

Susan Kyd

Leader of the Communist Resistance

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Pia Henderson

Pia Henderson

Resistance Girl

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  • QUOTES (9)

    • Col. Von Strohm: Hans, look at it how you will, this is a very serious situation.
      Capt. Geering: Do you think they are really going to shoot us?
      Col. Von Strohm: They are French. The French are very unreliable, especially after lunch.

    • Herr Flick: You. Did you see the face of the traitor?
      Gruber: She was just an ordinary French girl.
      Herr Flick: Would you recognize her?
      Gruber: All girls look the same to me.

    • Michelle: Now listen very carefully, I shall say this only once.
      Fanny: What was that?
      Michelle: I shall say this only once.
      Fanny: Good.

    • René: What are you playing at? How dare you knock off the Colonel and the Captain in my cafe? What kind of a business do you think I'm running here?
      Michelle: It was not my group of the resistance, it was the other party.
      René: Huh?
      Michelle: We are De Gaulle. They are the communists. They do not understand that we are using you to help us blackmail the Germans into keeping quiet about the fact that we are helping you to help the British airmen to escape.
      René (confused): Until your explanation, I did not understand it either.

    • (Edith stops singing)
      Col. Von Strohm: Unforgettable.
      Capt. Geering: René, your wife has many talents.
      Col. Von Strohm: Singing is not one of them.

    • Edith: I shall sing to you a special song which I used to sing many years ago to our dear soldiers overseas.
      René: In the Crimea.

    • René: May I tell you a little legend, Colonel? It is said that these champagne glasses were modeled on the bosom of Marie Antoinette.
      Capt. Hans Geering: They should have modeled them on Helga's bosom. We would have got a bigger drink.

    • Col. Von Strom: You must be very careful with the painting of the Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies.
      Capt. Hans Geering: It is our retirement fund.
      Col. Von Strom: Our retirement fund? I found it!
      Capt. Hans Geering: Yes. But I know about it.

    • Yvette: What is happening?
      Maria: We were both aroused by the banging.
      Edith: I, too, was aroused by the banging.
      Leclerc: I was aroused when I saw the girls with the candles.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Rene tells us the champagne glasses in his collection were modelled on the bosom of Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France from 1775-1793.

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