'Allo 'Allo!: Series 6
BBC (1989)
TV Series  /  Comedy, War
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IMDB   8.3
240 mins UK / English
Gordon Kaye René Artois
Carmen Silvera Edith Artois
Kenneth Connor Monsieur Alfonse
Guy Siner Lt.Hubert Gruber
Richard Marner Colonel Von Strohm
Richard Gibson Herr Flick
Kirsten Cooke Michelle
Francesca Conshaw Maria Recamier
John Louis Mansi Von Smallhausen
Kim Hartman Private Helga Geerhart
Gavin Richards Captain Alberto Bertorelli
David Janson Herr Flick - Final Season
Richard Marner Col. Kurt von Strohm
Vicki Michelle Yvette Carte-Blanche
Guy Siner Lieutenant Hubert Gruber
David Croft
Producer David Croft
Writer David Croft
Jeremy Lloyd

Meet René, the most wanted man in Occupied France: Women want his body. The Resistance wants his brain. And the Nazis want his sausage! In a small café in occupied France the harassed proprietor, René, is fighting his own war. With the German Army in residence at the bar, René is risking his neck to aid the Resistance by hiding two British airmen and a radio transmitter upstairs. As if this wasn't enough, René has also got involved in hiding a priceless painting in a garlic sausage, which even now is being sniffed out by the Gestapo. But René's real problem is his wife, Edith, and what she will do to him when she finds out about the affairs he is having with his two sexy waitresses!
 30 mins    02/09/1989  1.  Desperate Doings in the Graveyard
The latest escape plan for the British airmen involves them wading along the canal underneath a tin bath. Herr Flick and Von Smallhausen pose as escaped British airmen, hoping to be picked up by the Résistance. The Résistance have built a communication post in René's 'grave', in an effort to get around German jamming of their radio signals. René, Edith and Monsieur Alphonse try it out. Rene gets caught on the aerial and is hoisted above his 'grave'. Lieutenant Gruber sees him and thinks it's the ghost of René's 'twin brother'.
Director:  David Croft  Writer:  David Croft  / Jeremy Lloyd 
 30 mins    09/09/1989  2.  The Gestapo for the High Jump
Lieutenant Gruber warns René about a Getsapo plan to pose as British airmen. Meanwhile, General Von Klinkerhoffen has decided to adopt a similar plan and orders some of Captain Bertorelli's men to be dropped from a plane dressed as British airmen. The Italians are dropped by parachute. They wander off and get lost. René and the women from the cafe disguise themselves as characters from horror films so that Herr Flick can't recognise them when he and von Smallhausen are brought to the "secret Résistance headquarters".
Director:  David Croft  Writer:  David Croft  / Jeremy Lloyd 
 30 mins    16/09/1989  3.  The Nouvion Oars
Herr Flick and Von Smallhausen, disguised as British airmen, are arrested by the Germans.Meanwhile, the real British airmen make their way along the canal. They've been told to look out for a goose with flashing eyes and smoke coming out of its tail. René and his staff row out to the estuary to make sure the British airmen get picked up by a waiting British submarine. The Germans have also rowed out to the estuary. The airmen get lost and the submarine leaves without them.
Director:  Martin Dennis  Writer:  David Croft  / Jeremy Lloyd 
 30 mins    23/09/1989  4.  The Nicked Airmen
The British airmen are captured by the Germans, who plan to send them to Berlin the following morning. René and his staff dress up as undertakers so they can resue the airmen and smuggle them away in coffins. The plan ends in failure. Meanwhile, Herr Flick and Von Smallhausen pose as a German Army officers in a plan of their own to capture the airmen for the Gestapo. They are arrested for impersonating army officers.
Director:  Martin Dennis  Writer:  David Croft  / Jeremy Lloyd 
 30 mins    30/09/1989  5.  The Airmen De-Nicked
Herr Flick and Von Smallhausen have to be released after Colonel Von Strohm gets a phone call from Himmler. Two German Intelligence officers are due to arrive at the chateau by car to collect the British airmen. The car is ambushed by the Resistance. René and Edith are sent on to the chateau disguised as the Intelligence officers. The airmen are rescued, but they end up handcuffed to René and Mimi. The keys to the handcuffs are in Berlin. The car breaks down and the handcuffed group have to push start it. As the car moves off again, its brakes jam and the group is left stranded.
Director:  Martin Dennis  Writer:  David Croft  / Jeremy Lloyd 
 30 mins    07/10/1989  6.  The Crooked Fences
René, Mimi and the two British airmen are still handcuffed together. They make their way to the police station, hoping that Officer Crabtree can free them. The Germans want to sell the painting of the 'Fallen Madonna'. They order René to find them a fence. A meeting is held, with Monsieur Alphonse posing as the fence and everyone else wearing paper bags on their heads. The painting is exchanged for the gold weight from the cuckoo clock. Later, the Germans decide that they'd rather have cash, so René arranges for the gold to be exchanged for forged currency. The swap is made in the church, in the confessional booth. There's a cockup and the Germans inadvertantly pass the gold on to the priest.
Director:  Martin Dennis  Writer:  David Croft  / Jeremy Lloyd 
 30 mins    14/10/1989  7.  Crabtree's Podgeon Pist
General Von Klinkerhoffen threatens to blow up Nouvion if the airmen aren't handed over. Fanny and Monsieur Le Clerc are getting married. Michelle reveals a new plan to send the airmen back to England. A barrage balloon and tanks of helium will be hidden in the marquee set up behind the cafe for the wedding.
Director:  Martin Dennis  Writer:  David Croft  / Jeremy Lloyd 
 30 mins    21/10/1989  8.  Rising to the Occasion
One of the bombs which General Von Klinkerhoffen plans to use to blow up the town is hidden in the sewer under the café. Colonel Von Strohm, Herr Flick and Von Smallhausen are trapped by the Communist Résistance and tied to the bomb. General Von Klinkerhoffen is declared to be mad and is locked up in the 'fruitcake ward' at the military hospital. General Von Flockenstuffen takes command of the district. Fanny and Monsieur Le Clerc are at their wedding reception, in bed because they're both exhausted. The helium balloon for the airmen's escape is tied to the bed. It takes off into the air, carrying the bed with it.
Director:  Martin Dennis  Writer:  David Croft  / Jeremy Lloyd 
Edition Details
Series 'Allo 'Allo!
No. of Discs/Tapes 1