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'Allo 'Allo!

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by Jeremy Lloyd and David CroftT
Rene's photograph of the safe in Gruber's bedroom (containing the plans for the German invasion of England) is identified by Leclerc as a Kaisenhoff Rosenbaum Swartzburger 16-Lever Multi-Counter Mark Three. Leclerc and Rene are to blow the safe; Edith is to create a diversion by dropping a smoke cannister down Gruber's chimney. Now, was it the third or the fourth chimney counting from the west?
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Contributors

Writer: Jeremy Lloyd
Writer: David Croft
Designer: David Buckingham
Directed by: Martin Dennis
Produced by: David Croft
René: Gorden Kaye
Crabtree: Arthur Bostrom
Yvette: Vicki Michelle
Edith: Carmen Silvera
Mimi: Sue Hodge
Von Klinkerhoffen: Hilary Minster
Colonel: Richard Marner
Bertorelli: Gavin Richards
Fairfax: John D Collins
Carstairs: Nicholas Frankau
Leclerc: Jack Haig
Fanny: Rose Hill
Helga: Kim Hartman
Flick: Richard Gibson
Von Smallhausen: John Louis Mansi
Alfonse: Kenneth Connor
Gruber: Guy Siner
Michelle: Kirsten Cooke
Guard: Patrick Edwards

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