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'Allo 'Allo!


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In the eyes of the world, Rene is supposed to be dead and therefore is masquerading as his twin brother. This means that he is not really married to Edith, and Edith's admirer, Monsieur Alfonse decides to pursue his courtship and propose and she accepts.
The news shocks Rene, not so much because he will lose Edith, but rather because he would lose the cafe and everything in it, including the four bars of gold he has stolen from
General Von Klinkerhoffen. Only one thing can save the situation: Rene must marry Edith ...


Unknown: Jeremy Lloyd
Unknown: David Croft.
Written By: John Chapman
Written By: Ian Davidson.
Unknown: Monsieur Alfonse
Unknown: General von Klinkerhoffen.
Directed By: Richard Boden
Produced By: David Croft
René: Gorden Kaye
Yvette: Vicki Michelle
Edith: Carmen Silvera
Alfonse: Kenneth Connor
Michelle: Kirsten Cooke
Fairfax: John D Collins
Carstairs: Nicholas Frankau
Colonel: Richard Marner
Von Klinkerhoffen: Hilary Minster
Flick: Richard Gibson
Von Smallhausen: John Louis Mansi
Fanny: Rose Hill
Helga: Kim Hartman
Mimi: Sue Hodge
Gruber: Guy Siner
Bertorelli: Gavin Richards
Leclerc: Jack Haig
Crabtree: Arthur Bostrom
German guard: Howard Leader

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