It’s the end of the Second World War and the celebrations have begun. Herr Bevore is throwing a party at his favourite place - the Café Résistance - and everyone is invited, even his victors. But just before the party begins he is bumped off by an explosive Roquewurst sausage that has been left in his bedroom. You are invited to join us to help solve the mystery of the “Murder at the Café Résistance”
FRANC LE ORRFUL - Café owner (his cooking helped win the war!) - Costume : Your white shirt, black tie and trousers are complemented by an apron and cooking hat. You always carry your favourite spatula with you but many guests complain about how you keep using it to flatten down your moustache!
FRAU NALOTT - German soldier (she’s only happy when she’s…she’s never happy!) - Costume : Your German uniform sets off your cheery demeanor with cap, skirt and blouse. However, tonight you have swapped your sensible military shoes for sexy high heels – it is a celebration after all!
GEE I. JOE - US Serviceman (he turned up just in time…for dessert!) - Costume : Khaki trousers, shirt and combat boots show that you’re always ready for action. Your camouflage make-up worked better on the front-line than in the café, but if anyone wants a fight about it you could always show them your weapon!
GENERAL KOPOV - German officer (he’ll use any excuse for a strip search!) - Costume : Wearing a traditional German Officers uniform you find yourself celebrating for the last time in military attire. You console yourself with a fat cigar and a small German flag that you wave to keep your spirits up.
GERRY BASHER - British airman (he’s got you in his sights!) - Costume : Leather flight cap, jacket, goggles and white scarf give you that fresh from the plane look. A pristine handlebar moustache and leather boots completes the picture.
JULIE NOTED - British radio operator (she can spell all the rude words in morse code!) - Costume : Fetching silk blouse, green tweed skirt and saffron scarf show you’re ready for the business of radio operating. You also take a large pair of headphones with you everywhere in case a message urgently needs receiving.
LIZA WIZENNI - Cabaret singer (she performs well on stage…and off!) - Costume : As a cabaret performer, your latest role has you dressed in a long white shirt, black tie, bowler hat, cane and fishnet tights. Find a chair at the café and you’re ready to perform your routine, but don’t topple over in those high heels!
LUC OVERLAIR - French policeman (he’s always last to the scene of the crime!) - Costume : Wearing the traditional uniform of a French policeman, your favourite accessory is a large truncheon. You also wear a whistle on a chain around your neck in case you feel the need to blow something.
MIMI ANJOU - Waitress (a glimpse of her stocking is always on the menu!) - Costume : Looking more like a French maid than a barmaid, you like to wear a little black uniform with apron, cap and fishnet stockings. Keeping the guests drinking at the bar is your job and the sexy uniform is guaranteed to get them coming back for more!
NOEMI DOOYOO - French resistance (she keeps popping up everywhere!) - Costume : Your trench coat, beret and neck scarf make sure that you blend into any crowd which is essential for a member of the French Resistance. Underneath, you’re clothes are a little more revealing in case you need to coax information out of anyone.
NURSE GENTLY - Army Nurse (she’ll kiss it better...just tell her where it hurts!) - Costume : Your curvaceous figure wrapped in a nurses uniform is just what the doctored ordered for the injured troops at your hospital. A pocket watch and thermometer complete your ensemble.
PHIL LE GIRTHE - Travelling sausage salesman (he’ll get his sausage out for anyone!) - Costume : With beret, striped shirt and trousers tied with bicycle clips you are the epitome of a French sausage seller. And for those who still aren’t certain, the fact that you carry an enormous sausage around with you should clarify any doubts.