The airmen are disguised as waitresses at the cafe.However,Von Klinkerhoffen recognizes a Van Gogh,behind which Rene has hidden The Fallen Madonna,and he requisitions it to be taken to the ... See full summary »

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The airmen are disguised as waitresses at the cafe.However,Von Klinkerhoffen recognizes a Van Gogh,behind which Rene has hidden The Fallen Madonna,and he requisitions it to be taken to the chateau,along with the two 'waitresses'. To thwart this an elaborate pantomime is staged,whereby the two men dress as tarts out to seduce Rene.A supposedly enraged Edith then 'shoots' them with a gun loaded with blanks. The 'corpses' are taken to Alphonse's funeral parlour under which a tunnel has been dug,connecting to the prisoner-of-war camp across the road,in which it is planned to hide the two fugitives. Written by don @ minifie-1

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When Officer Crabtree bursts into the café and says "I was pissing by the door when I heard two shats!" Richard Marner is clearly struggling not to burst out laughing, despite the fact that his character believes he's just witnessed a double murder. See more »

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Gen. Von Klinkerhoffen: Can you keep a secret?
Lt. Hubert Gruber: Well, I've done pretty well till now.
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References Pretty Maids All in a Row (1971) See more »

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(I Got a Woman Crazy For Me) She's Funny That Way
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Written by Neil Moret and Richard A. Whiting
Performed by Guy Siner
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