Hilarious. I loved Allo Allo. Especially the fallen Madonna with the big boobies (I'm not being crude, that was a reference in every show).
Craig, I think that was a painting, wasn't it?
Indeed it was Andrew. I agree with deeJohn that this probably wasn't from Allo Allo. Oh Rrrennie with the rolled r's!
Rennie was an English actor, yes? I can't recall his proper name, but of course Google would tell me. The dead pan Dave Allen as the cart driver tells me it was the Dave Allen show.
Andrew, great videom mastepriece and I am in a great mood now
Gosia, hope the mood lasts.
That is clever. And funny. Thank you.
Pleased you liked it EC.
Oh i do remember that. Just loved Dave Allen, always made us laugh.
Margaret, I didn't realise that was Dave Allen, and he didn't even speak.
That's so funny.
Strayer, making fun of war is one way of people dealing with it.
Lizzen carefully ... I vil zay zis only vunce ... LOVED Allo Allo. loved Dave Allen too.BTW the creator/writer was Jeremy Lloyd who was married to Dame Patsy Stone aka Saint Joanna Lumley
Ah Ann, that is interesting about Lumley. Yes, great line from the show.
Andrew, I don't actually believe this sketch is from Allo Allo even though it says so on the video. I do believe it's a sketch from Irish comedian Dave Allens tv show.
DeeJohn, that makes sense. It was a sketch, not part of a tv show and I don't recall outdoor scenes in Allo Allo.
Thanks so much for the chuckle Andrew, now I'll have to go look up Allo Allo. =)
Jac, not sure that you should. It was the last vestiges of making fun of the WWII losers.
Oh my God!! That is so funny, thank goodness I didn't have a mouthful of coffee.
River, same for me. Thank goodness no mouthful.
Very funny. "Don't mention the war". Loved Allo Allo.
Diane, Don't mention the war was from Fawlty Towers. Similar vein and even a more brilliant tv show.
Oh that's hilarious :)
Merci, mon ami.