Secret Army

Season 1 Episode 15

Suspicions

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Dec 14, 1977 on BBC
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Suspicions
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When Brandt and Kessler investigate the murder of the Hugh Neville, they get interested in Curtis. This leads them to the café Candide.

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    John Scott Martin

    John Scott Martin

    Concierge

    Guest Star

    Albert Welling

    Albert Welling

    Simpson

    Guest Star

    Eileen Page

    Eileen Page

    Andrée Foiret

    Recurring Role

    Maria Charles

    Maria Charles

    Louise Colbert

    Recurring Role

    Timothy Morand

    Timothy Morand

    Jacques Bol

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • We learn more about the background of Albert and Andrée Foiret. Albert was a taxi driver when he met Andrée, who was working as a governess after her first marriage. Andrée's disability appears to be the result of a car accident that Albert caused.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Kessler: The man should have been held.
        Brandt: We agreed to tread carefully. So far, grabbing at Lifeline, it's been like trying to catch quicksilver. There's no hurry, they're not going away.

      • Albert: Herr Major, if I thought there was an Englishman in this café, I'd be on that phone to the police at once. I don't want my café to get a bad name.

      • Louise Colbert: (to airman) It's just a game of hide and seek to you, isn't it? And if you get caught, you just shrug your shoulders and settle down to studying economics or a foreign language in a prisoner of war camp. If the Germans knew my niece had helped you, she'd be shot. Do you understand that? Shot out of hand if she was lucky. Tortured first if she wasn't.

      • Andrée: A governess has to speak like a lady. I can assure you she is not regarded as one by her employers.

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