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|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||7|
|Original release||7 September –|
19 October 1984
The British TV sitcom series 'Allo 'Allo! pilot was originally broadcast on 30 December 1982. It was repeated as the first of a series of eight episodes broadcast from 6 September to 19 October 1984.
The following episode names are the ones found on the British R2 DVDs with alternative region titles given below them.
|Series No.||Episode No.||Episode title||Original UK broadcast|
|1.01||1||The British 'ave Come||7 September 1984|
|1.02||2||Pigeon Post||14 September 1984|
|1.03||3||Savile Row to the Rescue||21 September 1984|
|1.04||4||The Execution||28 September 1984|
|1.05||5||The Funeral||5 October 1984|
|1.06||6||Reds Nick Colonel||12 October 1984|
|1.07||7||The Dance of Hitler Youth||19 October 1984|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|2||1||"The British 'ave Come"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||7 September 1984|
René has the painting of the Fallen Madonna bricked up in his cellar. He has the idea of having a forgery of the painting made, to give to the Gestapo on the pretence it is the original. René ends up with a collection of suicide pills.
|3||2||"Pigeon Post"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||14 September 1984|
The British Airmen are captured by the Communist Resistance, having escaped in the German officers' uniforms. Replacement uniforms are to be ordered from London, via carrier pigeon.
|4||3||"Savile Row to the Rescue"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||21 September 1984|
René waits for the plane to drop the German uniforms, but it lands and a tailor is on board. Michelle gives the René nitroglycerine to hide - disguised in a gin bottle, and René suddenly finds everyone has a taste or a use for the "gin".
|5||4||"The Execution"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||28 September 1984|
General Von Klinkerhoffen survives an assassination attempt when the Resistance attempt to blow up the train delivering him to Nouvion. For his part in the operation, René is sentenced to be executed by firing squad, but Colonel Von Strohm has a plan to ensure his survival.
|6||5||"The Funeral"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||5 October 1984|
René begins posing as his own twin brother, also named René, as his "funeral" is arranged - the Resistance hid missiles in the coffin, and LeClerc poses as the priest.
|7||6||"Reds Nick Colonel"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||12 October 1984|
After celebrating his birthday at the cafe, Colonel Von Strohm is captured by the Communist Resistance, along with Captain Geering. The Resistance give René the honour of shooting them in revenge for his twin brother's demise. They all escape and meet the plane with the forged painting of the Fallen Madonna, but it inevitably gets mixed up with the original.
|8||7||"The Dance of Hitler Youth"||David Croft||Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft||19 October 1984|
|René is ordered to switch the paintings before Herr Flick can send the original to Berlin. A Hitler Youth Dance in the cafe provides a diversion.|
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