'Allo 'Allo! - In The Press

Yes. 'Allo 'Allo!. I loved it. And I still like it. It's a big, broad, bawdy panto-style comedy. But just think about the show for it minute. It's a comedy set in Nazi-Occupied France. Two British Airmen need to be smuggled out and anyone caught aiding and abetting them, or working with the French Resistance, will be shot. It's a comedy.

Written by James Cary. Sitcom Geek, 15th July 2015

Tributes have been paid to Roger Kitter, who played Captain Alberto Bertorelli in 'Allo 'Allo!, who has died at the age of 64.

Chortle, 5th January 2015

Just three weeks before going into the jungle, the former 'Allo 'Allo! star had been told she had a cyst "the size of a small rugby ball" on her ovary.

Written by Halina Watts. The Daily Mirror, 2nd January 2015

Playing the role of Yvette was, as Gordon Kaye, my late co-star said, my pension. We weren't paid that well for the actual filming - around £220 per episode with only 10 per cent increases on fee year-on-year until we all stuck together and said we wanted to be paid more. Now I get money from the repeats but it is very variable.

Written by Roz Lewis. The Telegraph, 20th July 2014

Vicki Michelle, the familiar star of stage and screen, best known as 'Yvette' in long-running British sitcom 'Allo 'Allo!, talks to Digital Journal about her current projects.

Written by Adrian Peel. Digital Journal, 28th October 2013

Vicki Michelle has experienced the highs and the lows of the acting world her entire career. As the story goes, Michelle, who struggled in the business for several years, gave it up to launch her own employment agency. She then got a call asking her to audition for one last role, a role for which British comedy fans will know her for forever, the sexy French waitress Yvette in comedy 'Allo 'Allo!

Written by Bill Young. Tellyspotting, 11th June 2012

With the passing of David Croft on Sunday, 27 September, at age 89, more from our 1999 interview for the public television program, Salute to British Comedy on American Public Television. When host Penelope Keith introduces the 'Allo 'Allo! segment, we come to realize that the series was not only complex for the audience, but for both David Croft and co-creator/writer, Jeremy Lloyd. As you'll see, thank goodness David Croft's secretary was able to follow the plot line.

Written by Bill Young. Tellyspotting, 29th September 2011

Suite 101 looks at the life of the actor best-known for his role as the put-upon Von Smallhausen in much-loved BBC wartime sitcom, 'Allo! 'Allo!

Written by Adrian Peel. Suite101, 23rd March 2011

Suite 101 caught up with Richard "Herr Flick" Gibson to discuss modern comedy, and why he thinks it is that they just don't make 'em like they used to.

Written by Adrian Peel. Suite 101, 12th February 2011