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'Allo 'Allo!


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by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Once Rene has been rescued from prison (disguised as stenographer Irma Von Kinkenrotten) and Mimi has stolen the colonel's film (while he is being distracted by Yvette with some wet celery) and Michelle of the Resistance has delivered the secret camera (disguised as a potato), all that remains for Rene to do is to find Gruber's bedroom and photograph the safe containing the plans for the German invasion of England!
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Writer: Jeremy Lloyd
Writer: David Croft
Designer: David Buckingham
Director: Martin Dennis
Producer: David Croft
Rene : Gorden Kaye
Gruber: Guy Siner
Helga: Kim Hartman
Flick: Richard Gibson
Alfonse: Kenneth Connor
Edith: Carmen Silvera
Yvette: Vicki Michelle
Michelle: Kirsten Cooke
Mimi: Sue Hodge
Fanny: Rose Hill
Leclerc: Jack Haig
Fairfax: John D Collins
Carstairs: Nicholas Frankau
Crabtree: Arthur Bostrom
Von Klinkerhoffen: Hilary Minster
Colonel: Richard Marner
'London Calling': Paul Cooper
Sentry in cafe: Patrick Edwards
Guard in chateau: David Lloyd

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