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The Dance of Hitler Youth 

Hearing that Flick intends to send the painting back to Berlin the next day, Von Strohm directs Rene to make the switch that night. A diversion is arranged in the form of a Hitler Youth ... See full summary »

Director:

David Croft

Writers:

Jeremy Lloyd (by), David Croft (by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gorden Kaye ... René Artois
Francesca Gonshaw ... Maria Recamier
Kirsten Cooke ... Michelle Dubois
Carmen Silvera ... Edith Artois
Vicki Michelle ... Yvette Carte-Blanche
Kim Hartman ... Private Helga Geerhart
Guy Siner ... Lieutenant Hubert Gruber
Richard Marner ... Colonel Kurt von Strohm
Sam Kelly ... Captain Hans Geering
Jack Haig Jack Haig ... Roger Leclerc
Richard Gibson ... Herr Otto Flick
Rose Hill Rose Hill ... Madame Fanny
John D. Collins ... Flying Officer Fairfax
Nicholas Frankau ... Flying Officer Carstairs
Iain Rattray Iain Rattray ... German Major
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Hearing that Flick intends to send the painting back to Berlin the next day, Von Strohm directs Rene to make the switch that night. A diversion is arranged in the form of a Hitler Youth Dance, in which local girls dressed in Bavarian costumes will perform for the Gestapo officer's delight. Meanwhile, Rene and Edith, wearing the German uniforms that arrived on the plane, will take the forgery back to Flick's office. Unfortunately the guard takes the painting from them and sends them away. Now Flick has the original, the London forgery and one he made himself to work a fiddle that would get him money to marry Helga after the war. Meanwhile, the airmen are smuggled to the coast but, on hearing that there is no submarine for them and they must row home, return to the village. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Comedy | History | War

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 1984 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Quotes

Madame Fanny: Edith, why is my bedroom so full of midgets?
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Soundtracks

Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It)
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Written by Friedrich Hollaender and Samuel Lerner
Performed by Guy Siner
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Super funny episode.
11 January 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Rene is tasked with hiding the new radio underneath the bed of Madame Fanny, Rene is also tasked with swapping the forged painting of the Fallen Madonna for the real one.

It's loaded with double entendres, the humour is so innocent, but so funny. It's physically funny, the traditional dancing scene with Helga and Hans is excellent, the pair are terrific, but the dialogue and one liners are a joy.

Monsieur Leclerc as always has me in tears laughing with his disguise, but far and away the funniest scene is between Renee and Gruber, it's one of the show's best.

It's a brilliant episode. 9/10


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