The hilarious fifth series of Jimmy Perry and David Croft's wartime sitcom in which cafe owner Rene Artois (Gordon Kaye) avoids his wife (Carmen Silvera) chases after his waitresses and hides two British airmen all the while trying to avoid investigation by the ineffectual German army...
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play The hilarious fifth series of Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft&39;s wartime sitcom in which cafe owner Rene Artois (Gordon Kaye) avoids his wife (Carmen Silvera) chases after his waitresses and hides two British airmen all the while trying to avoid investigation by the ineffectual German army Actors Gorden Kaye Vicki Michelle Kirsten Cooke Guy Siner Carmen Silvera Richard Marner Sue Hodge Hilary Minster Kim Hartman Jack Haig Richard Gibson Ken Morley Moira Foot & Fred BryantCertificate PGYear 1988-1989Screen Fullscreen 43Languages English
First instalment of the fifth series of the BBC comedy farce set in German occupied France during WWII. Lusty Lothario Café owner Renee and his tuneless wife Edith aid and abet the resistance as the ineffectual German army, here portrayed as effeminate or lazy, are run ragged. In the world of 'Allo 'Allo, the chance of a double-entendre is seldom far away and never, ever missed. Renee runs around with every woman in town, French accents are exaggerated beyond belief, the Gestapo is thwarted, catchphrases like 'Leessen carefoolee, I shall says 'zis onlee once,' are bandied about. Episodes included; 'Desperate Doings in the Dungeon', 'The Camera in the Potato', 'Dinner with the General', 'The Dreaded Circular Saw', 'Otherwise Engaged', 'A Marriage of Inconvenience', 'No Hiding Place', 'The Arrival of the Homing Duck', 'Watch the Birdi', 'René - Under an Assumed Nose', 'The Confusion of the Generals', 'Who's for the Vatican' and 'Ribbing the Bonk'.