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|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||8|
|Original release||2 September –|
21 October 1989
Series 6 and subsequent episodes were 30 minutes in length, as they were not co-commissioned for the American market (as series 5 was). Jack Haig was originally meant to star in the series; but his death before the start of production prevented this. As the LeClerc character was important to the series, Derek Royle was brought in to play the part of Ernest LeClerc, Roger's brother. Naturally, the two characters are very similar in the roles that they play within the show's plot. The show also features the last appearance of Gavin Richards as Bertorelli who would be recast by Roger Kitter and Ernest would later be recast by Robin Parkinson.
The following episode names are the ones found on the British R2 DVDs with alternate region titles given below them.
|Series No.||Episode No.||Episode title||Original UK airdate|
|6.01||54||Desperate Doings in the Graveyard||2 September 1989|
|6.02||55||The Gestapo for the High Jump||9 September 1989|
|6.03||56||The Nouvion Oars||16 September 1989|
|6.04||57||The Nicked Airmen||23 September 1989|
|6.05||58||The Airmen De-Nicked||30 September 1989|
|6.06||59||The Crooked Fences||7 October 1989|
|6.07||60||Crabtree's Podgeon Pist||14 October 1989|
|6.08||61||Rising to the Occasion||21 October 1989|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|54||1||"Desperate Doings in the Graveyard"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||2 September 1989|
LeClerc's brother Ernest has swapped places with him, and is now the resident pianist and object of Madame Fanny's affections. The Resistance are constructing a communications hub in the empty grave of René's twin brother.
|55||2||"The Gestapo for the High Jump"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||9 September 1989|
The Gestapo plan to infiltrate the Resistance by posing as British Airmen, for which they undertake English language lessons via gramophone, with interesting results.
|56||3||"The Nouvion Oars"||Martin Dennis||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||16 September 1989|
Madame Fanny discusses her wedding plans with Edith, while Helga tries to seduce Herr Flick with an eye to marriage.
|57||4||"The Nicked Airmen"||Martin Dennis||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||23 September 1989|
The British Airmen have been captured by the Germans, and there are plans from several quarters to spring them.
|58||5||"The Airmen De-Nicked"||Martin Dennis||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||30 September 1989|
Helga gets Flick and Von Smallhousen out of a tricky situation. The latest Resistance plan to infiltrate the chateau ends with René and Edith being handcuffed to the British Airmen.
|59||6||"The Crooked Fences"||Martin Dennis||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||7 October 1989|
Herr Flick and the German officers turn their attention back to the paintings (and their forgeries), the cuckoo clock, and the stolen gold.
|60||7||"Crabtree's Podgeon Pist"||Martin Dennis||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||14 October 1989|
Madame Fanny and Ernest's wedding provides the ideal cover for Michelle's latest scheme to get the British Airmen back to England.
|61||8||"Rising to the Occasion"||Martin Dennis||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||21 October 1989|
Following the wedding ceremony, General Von Klinkerhoffen wants to blow up the town, so the German officers call on General Von Flockenstuffen.