Secret Army

Season 3 Episode 9

Sound of Thunder

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Nov 17, 1979 on BBC
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With the Allies nearing Brussels, the members of Lifeline begin to fear the reaction of their fellow citizens, who see them as collaborators. Meanwhile, Reinhardt comes very close to finding the truth about Restaurant Candide.

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    Davyd Harries

    Davyd Harries

    Jean Lamotte

    Guest Star

    Graham Weston

    Graham Weston

    Jacques

    Guest Star

    Maureen Morris

    Maureen Morris

    Marie

    Guest Star

    Paul Shelley

    Paul Shelley

    Bradley

    Recurring Role

    Hazel McBride

    Hazel McBride

    Madelaine Duclos

    Recurring Role

    Neil Daglish

    Neil Daglish

    Wullner

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Kessler: I want this building empty by tomorrow noon.
        Wullner: But we can't possibly be out by then, sir.
        Kessler: It would be advisable, Wullner. Tomorrow we shall be laying explosive charges in your office.

      • Reinhardt: Perhaps someone should tell the Führer that butcher boys don't make good generals.

      • Prison Guard: In the past twenty-four hours it seems all the prisoners have suddenly discovered they were members of the Belgian Resistance, and the Tommies are going to give them a big kiss and let them all out.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Monique: This will be our Night of the Long Knives.

        The Night of the Long Knives, or Operation Hummingbird, was a purge the Nazis carried out in 1934. They executed political enemies.

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