Secret Army

Season 2 Episode 6

Scorpion

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Nov 01, 1978 on BBC
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When Albert hears about a German infiltrator in Lifeline, he's faced with difficult decisions.

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    Brigitte Kahn

    Brigitte Kahn

    Erika Brandt

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    William Boyde

    William Boyde

    Hutton

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    Margery Withers

    Margery Withers

    Mme Van Artevelde

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    Nigel Williams

    Nigel Williams

    Francois

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    Hazel McBride

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    Madelaine Duclos

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    Gunnar Möller

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      • Max: If this chap is as smart as we think he is, he'll be onto us the moment we don't behave normally.
        Albert: We've got to close the houses, Max.
        Max: Look, I've been a criminal all my life. I can smell a police trap 50 miles away. It's a sense and he'll have it too.

      • Frau Brandt: (about Monique) You do seem to know her rather well.
        Brandt: I told you, I come here regularly. She's always been kind and civil. It is necessary that a German officer should appear courteous and friendly to the occupied peoples, whatever their station. That is article five of the Occupation Directive from our Burgkommandant.

      • Brandt: Who do you imagine performs all the disgusting tasks of an occupation force? Who do you think takes women and children hostage and shoots them? The Nazis? Those very awful people you're unwilling to meet? You ask the people of Russia and France and Poland. Ask them here in Brussels and they draw no fine distinctions. We are Germans, that's all.

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