Secret Army

Season 1 Episode 12

Hymn To Freedom

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Nov 23, 1977 on BBC
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Hymn To Freedom
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A Belgian minister wants to escape to England and asks Lifeline for help just as Major Brandt succeeds in infiltrating the organisation.

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    Paul Jerricho

    Paul Jerricho

    Horst Schmidt

    Guest Star

    Michael Forrest

    Michael Forrest

    Schoonheim

    Guest Star

    Paul Gregory

    Paul Gregory

    John Staples

    Guest Star

    Maria Charles

    Maria Charles

    Louise Colbert

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Van Reijn: No man can serve two masters. Or, either you'll hate the one and love the other, or you will sustain the one and despise the other.

      • Schoonheim: I can say nothing, either to save him or myself.
        Kessler: Brave words. But you are spent. Nothing awaits you but death.
        Schoonheim: As it does us all.
        Kessler: Indeed it does, in its various forms.

      • Louise Colbert: I don't mean to diminish what you do, but it is perhaps easier to be afraid for yourself than to be afraid for others. Whenever you're out late, I'm afraid. And if the phone rings during the day, I'm sure it's terrible news. Whenever there's a knock on the door, I'm sure it's the Gestapo.

      • Van Reijn: What's to happen to me?
        Kessler: What would you like to happen to you?
        Van Reijn: To be executed.
        Kessler: Being guilty of what?
        Van Reijn: The most dangerous offence of all. Political naivety.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Minister Van Reijn is compared to Vidkun Quisling (1887-1945), the Norwegian Prime Minister who was considered a collaborator and executed after the war.

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