As Rene communicates with London on the radio hidden under Madame Fanny's bed Flick listens in and learns of the plan to dig the tunnel into the prison camp. The airmen and Alphonse need ... See full summary »

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As Rene communicates with London on the radio hidden under Madame Fanny's bed Flick listens in and learns of the plan to dig the tunnel into the prison camp. The airmen and Alphonse need help in digging so Rene and his staff join in. Von Strohm and Geering follow Rene and go through the tunnel,which collapses behind them,trapping them and Rene in the camp with the airmen and the cafe staff. Von Klinkerhoffen is about to make his inspection of the prisoners but the Germans and the girls are disguised as British servicemen and fool him. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Edith: [to Leclerc dressed as a gendarmerie] Where have you been? We have been waiting for instructions.
Roger Leclerc: Madam, a lady reported seeing a flasher.
René: And you had to arrest him?
Roger Leclerc: No, I had to disguise myself as a policeman so she would not recognize him.
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La Vie en Rose
Music by Louiguy
Lyrics by Édith Piaf
Performed by Rose Hill
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