Secret Army (1977–1979)
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Curtis's (Christopher Neame) cover is blown and Kessler (Clifford Rose) orders a security ring around Brussels and a massive search to trap Curtis. Curtis poses as a bus driver for a Hitler... See full summary »

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Bernard Hepton ...
Jan Francis ...
Lisa 'Yvette' Colbert
Angela Richards ...
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Clifford Rose ...
Juliet Hammond ...
Natalie Chantrens (as Juliet Hammond-Hill)
Michael Wynne ...
Reinecke
Ron Pember ...
Eileen Page ...
Andree Foiret
Mark Jones ...
Belgian Police Sergeant
Robin Langford ...
Jonathan Scott ...
Emile Van Maas
Adam Richens ...
Jean-Jacques Hatt
Mark Farmer ...
Brusse
Robert MacLeod ...
Belgian Doctor
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Curtis's (Christopher Neame) cover is blown and Kessler (Clifford Rose) orders a security ring around Brussels and a massive search to trap Curtis. Curtis poses as a bus driver for a Hitler Youth day trip in a desperate attempt to flee the city.

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29 December 1977 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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13 July 2006 | by (Ottawa, Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode in the "Secret Army" shows how children in occupied Belgium were used as a sort of Flemish/Walloon Hitler Youth (there was a Belgian fascist party called Rex that may have overseen this group), and how they could, even though children, intimidate their own countryman and endanger the rescue operation centering around the Café Candide. The series itself seemed to have been done with sufficient historical research, and shows the various forces--occupiers and otherwise--in both sympathetic and negative lights.This series was shown on our local History Channel in the late 90s, but hasn't been repeated, and I can't yet find it in video stores.Wouldn't mind seeing it again


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