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First Season (1965-66) - Aired Fridays on CBS from 8:30-9:00 P.M. - Episodes 1-32


#1 - The Informer - September 17th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 1)

Germany 1942. Camp 13 welcomes two new arrivals - Carter, an American lieutenant who escapes into camp for processing, and Wagner, a new inmate who is actually a German spy. Wagner tries to expose Hogan's operation to his commander, Colonel Burkhalter, but the men cleverly discredit the spy. As punishment for his preposterous claims, Wagner is sent to the Russian front, and the secrets of Hogan's "heroes" - remain safe beneath the confines of Camp 13.

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#2 - Hold That Tiger - September 24th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 2)

In order to get blueprints of the Germans' new Tiger tank, the heroes pull off an audacious plan - they steal one, drive it into camp, and hide it in the recreation hall. After the gang dismantles the tank and draws up blueprints, Newkirk - disguised as a Gestapo officer - drives the tank right out of the camp through the front gate. After all, who can stop the unstoppable Tiger tank? Meanwhile, underground agent Tiger smuggles the plans out of camp.

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#3 - Kommandant Of The Year - October 1st, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 3)

Knowing the Allies won't bomb a POW camp, the Germans stash an experimental rocket-bomb in Stalag 13. London sends an Allied scientist, Dr. Schneider, to photograph and sabotage the bomb. Hogan's plan to get Schneider near the bomb involves exploiting Klink's vanity by naming him Kommandant of the Year. Schneider and his commandos enter camp in German uniforms to present Klink with the phony award. During Klink's long-winded acceptance speech, Schneider slips away and changes the rocket's course. When the rocket launches it strikes a German - not Allied - target.

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#4 - The Late Inspector General - October 8th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 4)

The heroes delay their plan to blow up a munitions train when Inspector General von Platzen makes an unexpected visit to Stalag 13. Hogan fears that if Klink receives a poor rating he'll be replaced with a more rigid kommandant. The men convince the general that Klink is a cold disciplinarian. The plan works, but too well: Klink is promoted to a post in Berlin! The heroes reverse von Platzen's opinion of Klink's efficiency, but again they go too far: Klink is arrested. The heroes solve both their problems at once when they destroy the munitions train with von Platzen aboard.

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#5 - The Flight Of The Valkyrie - October 15th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 5)

Hogan must help Lili, a German baroness who has been working as a spy for the Allies, escape to England. An American plane is shot down outside of camp and Hogan decides to use the plane to fly Lili to England. The plot almost fails when Colonel Klink transfers a British prisoner to Stalag 13. The new prisoner Colonel Crittendon, believes that a POW's primary responsibility is to escape, and his repeated attempts nearly ruin Hogan's plan to get Lili out of Germany. To protect his no-escape record, Klink transfers the British bungler to another camp.

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#6 - The Prisoner's Prisoner - October 22nd, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 6)

While completing a sabotage mission, Carter and Hogan are surprised by a German general. They overpower the General and smuggle him into camp along with a group of new prisoners. Hogan learns that General Schmidt's troops are preparing for an attack, and London wants to know where they are stationed. Schmidt refuses to talk. Through a series of deceptions, the heroes convince Schmidt that he is suffering from a rare disease. Believing he is dying, Schmidt tells Hogan where his aide can be contacted. The information is relayed to London, resulting in total destruction of Schmidt's troops.

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#7 - German Bridge Is Falling Down - October 29th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 7)

After several botched attempts to demolish a German bridge, Hogan plots to blow up the bridge using the Germans' own ammunition. Hogan gets his men assigned to paint the storage building. While they are painting they sneak inside and steal the explosives. They plant the explosives on a courier whose route takes him over the bridge. The plot is almost foiled when Schultz bribes the courier into straying from his scheduled route. Hogan convinces Klink to keep the courier on course and the bridge blows as planned.

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#8 - Movies Are Your Best Escape - November 5th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 8)

A visiting general has secret documents in a briefcase handcuffed to his wrist. At a dinner party, the heroes keep the general distracted (by the lovely Helga) and detained (by Klink's awful violin solo) long enough for Newkirk to pick the lock and retrieve the documents. Hogan's plan to get the documents out of camp involves convincing Klink that Germany is losing the war so he'll allow two German officers to film the friendly atmosphere of Stalag 13. The filmmakers, really escaping RAF (Royal Air Force) officers in disguise, leave camp with the document hidden inside their phony movie camera.

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#9 - Go Light On The Heavy Water - November 12th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 9)

A German captain brings a heavily guarded truck to Stalag 13 for safekeeping. Hogan is determined to find out what is inside the truck, but the Germans insist that it is only a barrel of water. Further investigation reveals that it is 'heavy' water, to be used in nuclear research. Ordered by London to get rid of the special water, Hogan tries to trick Colonel Klink into drinking it by claiming it stimulates hair growth. When that fails, the heroes stage a fire, and on the pretense of protecting the valuable cargo, they replace the heavy water with tap water.

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#10 - Top Hat, White Tie And Bomb Sight - November 19th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 10)

When Hogan discovers that Klink has bugged his office, he uses the hidden microphone to convince Klink that he is switching over to the Germans' side. Hinting that he worked on the Norden bombsight, Hogan strikes a deal with his captors: In exchange for a night in town, he'll reveal all he knows about the Norden. Hogan uses his trip into town to pass information to an underground contact. In town - Hogan meets Klink's date - 'Gretchen' - played by Sigrid Valdis. Back at camp, he willingly sketches the Norden for Klink and Burkhalter, who are outraged when they realize that Hogan is not drawing the Norden bombsight, but the Norden vacuum cleaner!

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#11 - Happiness Is A Warm Sergeant - November 26th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 11)

Schultz gets drunk while escorting prisoner Newkirk to the dentist in town, and Klink replaces him with a tougher guard, Sergeant Krebs. To get Schultz reinstated, the prisoners stage an escape attempt and arrange for Schultz to capture them while Newkirk's card tricks distract Krebs. The phony escape also diverts attention from the actual escape of an American POW (Captain Jeb Winslow) who had been hiding in the tunnel.

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#12 - The Scientist - December 3rd, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 12)

A captured French scientist is brought to Stalag 13 to conduct experiments for the Germans. LeBeau, assigned to assist his fellow countryman, learns that DuBois is not working for the enemy willingly - they are holding his daughter captive. The heroes help the scientist and his daughter flee Germany, but they risk being caught when a German professor arrives at camp for a demonstration of DuBois' findings. Hoping to stall long enough for DuBois and his daughter to get out of Germany safely, LeBeau takes the scientist's place and bluffs his way through the experiment.

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#13 - Hogan's Hofbrau - December 10th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 13)

An elite panzer division moves into the area and Hogan wants details of their strength and mission. In the guise of a German officer, Major Hoople, Hogan goes to the hofbrau and tries to pry information from two members of the panzer division, Captain Milheiser and Lieutenant Durnitz. coincidentally, Milheiser and Durnitz have been extorting money form Klink. Klink nearly blows Hogan's cover, Hogan/Hoople hands 5,000 marks to the officers, saving Klink's life.

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#14 - Oil For The Lamps Of Hogan - December 17th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 14)

Burkhalter plans to build a synthetic fuel plant at Stalag 13, where it will be safe from Allied bombing. The prisoners are to be transferred to other camps, bringing Hogan's operation to an end. To prevent this, Hogan convinces Klink that there is a vast supply of crude oil under Stalag 13. With visions of postwar riches, Klink tries to retain control of the camp. When this fails, Hogan stages a phony bombing raid on the camp. Leaflets are dropped warning that if the fuel plant is built there, it will be bombed. The plans are abandoned.

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#15 - Reservations Are Required - December 24th, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 15)

Twenty escapes from Stalag 9 arrive at Stalag 13 seeking Hogan's assistance. Outfitting twenty men is time consuming, and two of the prisoners get restless and try to break out on their own. Their blunder causes Klink to tighten security around the camp. In order to get the men out of camp, Hogan gives up the location of their escape tunnel. While Klink is looking for the tunnel entrance, the twenty men leave through the other end.

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#16 - Anchors Aweigh, Men Of Stalag 13 - December 31st, 1965 (Season # 1 Episode # 16)

Captain Michaels, a British POW has escaped from Stalag 5 with a new German gunsight, and Hogan smuggles both into camp. London wants both, but the submarine is out of commission. At Hogan's suggestion, Klink approves the construction of an officer's club in the shape of a yacht. Klink orders it driven to the sea, and Captain Michaels and the gunsight set sail for England.

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#17 - Happy Birthday, Adolph - January 7th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 17)

Hogan and the men must disable a gun emplacement before an Allied attack scheduled for Hitler's birthday. Hogan poses as a German major and presents phony orders to the commanding officer, Major Keitel, that he replace Keitel during the birthday celebration. ON the night of the party, Keitel refuses to abandon his post, until he sees Helga and her pretty friend arrive. With Keitel thus distracted, the heroes sabotage the guns. When the Allied raid begins, Keitel's men commerce firing. But instead of ammo, flags reading 'Happy Birthday Adolph' pop out of the guns. The Allied raid is successful.

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#18 - The Gold Rush - January 14th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 18)

A shipment of gold stolen by the Germans from the Bank of France is being stored at a local bank. Hogan persuades Klink to have the gold bars moved to Stalag 13 for safekeeping. The men tamper with the stairs leading to Klink's office. When the steps collapse, Hogan offers to rebuild them using brick. The POW's steal the gold bars from the delivery truck. They dip the bars into red paint, and the bricks into gold paint. The gold-painted bricks are placed on the truck and the phony 'bricks' are used to build Klink's new steps, which Hogan proclaims are 'good as gold'.

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#19 - Hello, Zolle - January 21st, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 19)

General Stofle, an old chum of Klink's comes for a furtive visit to Stalag 13. London orders Hogan to detain the general for twenty-four hours - long enough for the Allies to mount an attack on Stofle's forces. When Stofle demands to leave camp, Hogan contrives to have the general arrested by the Gestapo. Afraid of being charged with complicity, Klink won't back up his old friend's claim of innocence.

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#20 - It Takes A Thief...Sometimes - January 28th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 20)

Hogan decides to join forces with a new underground unit operating near Stalag 13. When the group leader turns up at camp, Hogan learns that they are actually undercover Gestapo agents out to trap the real saboteurs. Hogan and the men continue to meet with the spies, pretending to be unaware of their identity. While plotting a phony attack on Stalag 13, Hogan leads the spies into a trap while also destroying the real target - a local railroad tunnel.

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#21 - The Great Impersonation - February 4th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 21)

LeBeau, Newkirk, and Carter are captured by a German patrol. The three prisoners are being held at Stalag 4 for questioning. In order to free them, Colonel Hogan persuades Schultz to masquerade as Klink, and demand that the prisoners be turned over to him. It isn't easy turning the softhearted Sergeant into a convincingly nasty Colonel, and Schultz almost gives up too easily. A Gestapo Captain comes looking for the man who took the prisoners, but the only one who fits the physical description is Schultz, and who could believe that Schultz is a fierce officer?

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#22 - The Pizza Parlor - February 11th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 22)

An Italian POW camp kommandant is sent to Stalag 13 to train under Colonel Klink, but the war-hating Major wants to defect to Switzerland. Hogan tries to persuade Bonacelli to go to work for the Allies, by playing him with pizza.

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#23 - The 43rd, A Moving Story - February 25th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 23)

Hogan's plan to destroy a German mobile anti-aircraft battery is interrupted by Klink's power hungry second-in- command, Major Kuehn.

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#24 - How To Cook A German Goose By Radar - March 4th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 24)

An elderly American corporal is brought to Stalag 13, but Hogan and the men soon decide they don't care for his aloof attitude and selfishness. Hogan masterminds the corporal's transfer and then discovers that the man is actually a general, who has come to Hogan for help in carrying out a sabotage mission.

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#25 - Psychic Kommandant - March 11th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 25)

Hogan and his men learn that the Luftwaffe's new silent aircraft has been brought to the stalag for testing. As a noiseless aircraft could wreak havoc on Allied planes, Hogan must discredit the invention so the Germans will cease its production.

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#26 - The Prince From The Phone Company - March 18th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 26)

Kinch switches places with an African prince as part of Hogan's plot to swindle 500,000 marks from the Germans.

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#27 - The Safecracker Suite - March 25th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 27)

Klink's reunion with his old military buddy comes to an abrupt end when the man is arrested by the Gestapo. Will guilt-by-association cause Klink to end up in the clink?

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#28 - I Look Better In Basic Black - April 1st, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 28)

Hogan's men aren't interested in tunneling into the barracks where three new prisoners are being held- until they learn that the prisoners are women!

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#29 - The Assassin - April 8th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 29)

The heroes are ordered to assassinate a German nuclear scientist, and Colonel Crittendon insists on performing the unpleasant. But before bungling Crittendon can carry out the deed, the scientist comes to Hogan asking for help in defecting from Germany.

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#30 - Cupid Comes To Stalag 13 - April 15th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 30)

General Burkhalter suggests that marrying into the right family can do a lot for an officer's career, then introduces Klink to his sister and niece. The General is trying to marry off his battle-ax sister Gertrude, but Klink believes that he is intended for the beautiful niece. Klink is crushed when the widow Gertrude is the one who shows up for dinner and not the niece. In return for Hogan's help, Klink promises to get a good night's sleep.

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#31 - The Flame Grows Higher - April 22nd, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 31)

There is a weak link in the underground's escape route and Hogan is determined to find it. Hogan, LeBeau and Newkirk break out of camp and follow the escape route themselves.

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#32 - Request Permission To Escape - April 29th, 1966 (Season # 1 Episode # 32)

Carter receives a 'Dear John' - letter from his girlfriend back home and wants to escape so he can go home and win her back. Hogan grants Carter permission to escape, as soon as he performs one last mission-- passing false battle plans on to the enemy.

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Second Season (1966-67) - Aired Fridays on CBS from 8:30-9:00 P.M. - Episodes 33-62 (30 episodes)


#33 - Hogan Gives A Birthday Party - September 16th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 1)

Hogan schemes to bomb a German oil refinery which is so heavily defended that Allied bombers have been unable to destroy it. Hogan proposes that the only way to elude the gunners at the refinery is to use a German plane, so he develops an elaborate scheme to hijack one. The Heroes take a German General prisoner on their way to bomb the refinery. Two escapees take the plane back to England with the German General while the Heroes and Schultz (who went along with them) jump out of the plane and head back to Stalag 13.

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#34 - The Schultz Brigade - September 23rd, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 2)

Two German generals try to enlist Klink in their plot to discredit General Burkhalter. Klink is eventually swayed into going along, but before they can implement their plan, Burkhalter arrives at Stalag 13 and places the three conspirators under arrest. If they lose Colonel Klink, the prisoners may to get stuck with a competent kommandant.

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#35 - Diamonds In The Rough - September 30th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 3)

The heroes fall into a trap set by a woman claiming to be an underground agent. Her boss, a Gestapo agent named Hegel, knows all the details of Hogan's operation and plans to blackmail the clever colonel. Hegel demands a million dollars worth of diamonds for his silence.

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#36 - Operation Briefcase - October 7th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 4)

Hogan becomes involved in an assassination plot against Hitler by agreeing to deliver a briefcase loaded with explosives to a German general.

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#37 - The Battle Of Stalag 13 - October 14th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 5)

Stalag 13 is the subject of a feud between two Germany officers. General Von Kattenhorn intends to convert the stalag into a rest camp for weary German officers, and Colonel Feldkamp of the Gestapo wants to use the camp as his headquarters. In order to save the camp and his operation, Hogan plays the two officers against one another.

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#38 - The Rise And Fall Of Sergeant Schultz - October 21st, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 6)

When Schultz's old fighting buddy-- who is now a general-- shows up at camp, he insists that Schultz be given preferred treatment. Hogan sees an opportunity to free an Allied agent held by the Gestapo, by getting Schultz decorated for bravery.

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#39 - Hogan's Springs - October 28th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 7)

Hogan frees four underground leaders from their German captors and brings them into Stalag 13 in the back of Schnitzer's truck. The four men must be smuggled to England within the next few days, but a problem develops when a leaky pipe under the camp causes the emergency tunnel to fill with water.

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#40 - A Klink, A Bomb And A Short Fuse - November 4th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 8)

The prisoners have stolen Klink's code book from his safe, photographed the contents and returned it to Klink. Mission accomplished? It would be if Carter hadn't forgotten to put film in the camera!

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#41 - Tanks For The Memory - November 11th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 9)

While on a reconnaissance mission in town, Newkirk spots a new radio controlled tank which could win the war for Germany. The tank is brought to Stalag 13 for testing where it will be safe from enemy air attacks. Allied Intelligence orders Hogan and the men to photograph and destroy the tank, but complications abound!

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#42 - A Tiger Hunt In Paris, Part 1 - November 18th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 10)

Underground agent Tiger is assigned to help the heroes find some secret fighter bases near camp, but she is arrested by the Gestapo and held in Paris for questioning. Hogan and LeBeau stow away in Klink's staff car as Klink and Schultz head for Paris on leave. They encounter a Russian spy, Marya, who is also after the location of the German fighter bases.

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#43 - A Tiger Hunt In Paris, Part 2 - November 25th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 11)

Still trying to free underground agent Tiger, Hogan enlists the aid of a look-alike for Heinrich Himmler.

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#44 - Will The Real Adolph Please Stand Up? - December 2nd, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 12)

Carter's great imitation of Hitler comes in handy when the try to smuggle top-secret photos of German fortifications to the Allies. But the plan nearly backfires when Carter gets carried away with his role-playing.

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#45 - Don't Forget To Write - December 9th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 13)

Colonel Klink unwittingly volunteers himself for a combat assignment at the Russian front. The prisoners can't count on Klink's replacement being as easy to con as Klink, so they do all they can to save him.

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#46 - Klink's Rocket - December 16th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 14)

Hogan plans to bring down some Luftwaffe bombers by luring them over a warehouse filled anti-aircraft guns, with fighter planes standing by. Carter is supposed to 'leak' - the location of the warehouse to Klink, but he forgets the name of the town!

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#47 - Information Please - December 23rd, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 15)

General Burkhalter feeds false information to the prisoners regarding the location of a war plant. Hogan falls into the trap and orders an attack on the plant, which turns out to be abandoned. Due to Hogan's blunder, Burkhalter knows that the leak is in Stalag 13 and plants a spy among the prisoners.

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#48 - Art For Hogan's Sake - December 30th, 1966 (Season # 2 Episode # 16)

When General Burkhalter 'requisitions' - a famous French painting from the Louvre, Hogan and LeBeau conspire to steal it back.

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#49 - The General Swap - January 6th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 17)

Hogan is ordered to help an American general escape from Stalag 13 but the task proves as unpleasant as the cantankerous general.

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#50 - The Great Brinksmeyer Robbery - January 13th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 18)

The POWs need 100,000 German marks to pay for a map of enemy rocket installations. The Allies air drop the cash, but when Klink pulls a surprise inspection of the barracks, Newkirk hides the money in the stove and it is burned. To replace the money, the heroes stage a bank heist.

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#51 - Praise The Fuhrer And Pass The Ammunition - January 20th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 19)

When he learns that an SS officer plans to stage war games outside of Stalag 13, Colonel Hogan decides to substitute live ammunition for the phony explosives to be used in the games.

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#52 - Hogan And The Lady Doctor - January 27th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 20)

Hogan is ordered to demolish a synthetic fuel plant, but tries to back out because the job is too risky. Unfortunately for Hogan, he must take orders from a strong- willed lady doctor.

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#53 - The Swing Shift - February 3rd, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 21)

Hogan and the crew are working in a German cannon factory, which they intend to blow sky high, but their plans hang fire while they try to retrieve Newkirk-- who has been drafted into the German Army!

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#54 - Heil Klink - February 10th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 22)

To hide a defecting German bigwig from the Gestapo, Hogan brings him to Stalag 13 and convinces Klink that the fugitive is really Adolf Hitler, who is trying to elude assassins. John Banner plays the dual role of Schultz and the German defector, Wolfgang Brauner.

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#55 - Everyone Has A Brother-In-Law - February 17th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 23)

Klink's tough new adjutant keeps getting in the way of Hogan's plans to blow up an enemy munitions train.

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#56 - Killer Klink - February 24th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 24)

Hogan is itching to get Schultz a furlough. The sergeant has been conned into acting as a courier for the underground, but Klink is keeping him a virtual prisoner at the stalag.

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#57 - Reverend Kommandant Klink - March 3rd, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 25)

To keep a captured French pilot from cracking under interrogation by the Gestapo, Hogan smuggles the man's girlfriend into the Stalag and arranges for them to be married.

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#58 - The Most Escape-Proof Prison I've Ever Escaped From - March 10th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 26)

Klink's no escape record is in jeopardy when Malcolm Flood, a British escape artist is incarcerated at Stalag 13. Flood has escaped from nine other prison camps and fully intends to make Stalag 13 his tenth, despite Hogan's pleas that he stay put. If Flood escapes, Hogan's scheduled rendezvous with an OSS agent will be in peril.

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#59 - The Tower - March 17th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 27)

The Germans erect a new communications' tower near Stalag 13 which is deadly to the Allies because it transmits warning signals to German fighter squadrons. Hogan enlists a beautiful underground agent in his scheme to destroy the tower.

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#60 - Colonel Klink's Secret Weapon - March 24th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 28)

After receiving a poor rating from the Inspector General of prison camps, Colonel Klink brings in a new sergeant to discipline the prisoners. Sergeant Franks has gained a reputation as a 'discipline machine' - at other stalags and Klink thinks he's just the ticket for Stalag 13, until Franks goes to work on Klink's own shortcomings.

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#61 - Top Secret Top Coat - March 31st, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 29)

Unknowingly, Klink is carrying a secret military document, secreted in his topcoat by an Allied agent. Hogan schemes to relieve Klink of the paper because of its value to the allies and because the Gestapo os sure to charge Klink with treason if it is discovered in his possession.

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#62 - The Reluctant Target - April 7th, 1967 (Season # 2 Episode # 30)

Hogan masquerades as Colonel Klink in a wild scheme to spring an underground agent from Stalag 13, along with some top-secret military maps.

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Third Season (1967-68) - Aired Saturdays on CBS from 9:00-9:30 P.M. - Episodes 63-92 (30 episodes)


#63 - The Crittendon Plan - September 9th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 1)

London radios Colonel Hogan with an order to blow up a rocket fuel convoy and the tunnel it is going to run through. They further order that Hogan spring a man from another stalag and implement his plan to accomplish the mission. Hogan balks when he learns that the prisoner is his old adversary, Colonel Crittendon, and the plan is for the beautification of RAF air bases. With Crittendon more of a hindrance than a help, Hogan must plan the mission alone.

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#64 - Some Of Their Planes Are Missing - September 16th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 2)

Hogan uncovers a Luftwaffe plot to destroy British bombers. Using captured RAF planes, the Luftwaffe plans to infiltrate groups of British bombers and shoot them down. To put an end to the plot before such a tragedy can take place, Hogan plans to destroy the captured British planes.

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#65 - D-Day At Stalag 13 - September 23rd, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 3)

As D-Day approaches, Hogan is ordered to immobilize the German Generals Staff while the Allies invade France. The generals are meeting at Stalag 13 because it is the only spot safe from Allied bombing. In order to delay a German retaliation against the attack, Hogan concocts a plan to confuse the German Generals by convincing them that Klink has been promoted to chief of the German General Staff.

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#66 - Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hari - September 30th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 4)

Suspecting that Schultz knows something about the sabotage epidemic near Stalag 13, Major Hochstetter assigns a seductive female agent, Eva Mueller, to entice the information from Schultz. Although Schultz falls in love with Eva, she is unable to wrest any information from him, because he knows nothing! Hogan deduces Eva's true intention and sees an opportunity to implicate her in a sabotage scheme.

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#67 - A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To London - October 7th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 5)

Hogan uncovers a German plot to assassinate the British prime minister. The Gestapo has found a German lieutenant who is an exact double for RAF Captain Roberts, a confidant of the Prime Minister. While the real Roberts is imprisoned, the doubled is to travel to England in his place and use his proximity to the Prime Minister to assassinate him. Hogan's counter plan involves switching the lookalikes so that the real Roberts is allowed to escape back to England and Bowman is kept in confinement by the Gestapo.

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#68 - Casanova Klink - October 14th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 6)

Hilda's temporary absence leaves Klink in need of a new secretary, and General Burkhalter places his sister Gertrude Linkmeyer in the position. The general hopes that with Klink and Gertrude working together, a romance will develop. Gertrude plants herself in the office and won't leave until it is completely organized- an all night task at best. This interferes with Hogan's plan to break into Klink's safe, so he cooks up a plot to get Gertrude and Klink out of camp.

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#69 - How To Win Friends And Influence Nazis - October 21st, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 7)

Swenson, a neutralist scientist, comes to Stalag 13 to work on a metal alloy for the Nazis. The heroes plan to assassinate Swenson before he completes his formula, but instead they decide to sway Swenson over to the side of the Allies by exploiting the scientist's weakness for beautiful women. Hogan plays Cupid for Swenson and a beautiful singer, but the Gestapo intends to put an end to the romance-- and Swenson's life.

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#70 - Nights In Shining Armor - October 28th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 8)

Hogan receives a special shipment from an Allied airplane: a dozen bullet proof vests. A courier arrives at Stalag 13 to pick up the vests and bring them to France for use by French resistance forces. One man cannot possibly carry all of the heavy vests out of camp, so Hogan must come up with an alternate plan.

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#71 - Hot Money - November 4th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 9)

The Germans set up a new counterfeiting plant inside Stalag 13, manufacturing American and British currency. When Hogan sees the fake Allied money, he must dismantle the plant before it starts mass production. Since he can't get one of his men inside the plant, he tries to convince the German's expert forger to sabotage the plant for them.

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#72 - One In Every Crowd - November 11th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 10)

Hogan's latest enemy comes from within his own ranks. Williams, a conniving POW, offers Klink information on Hogan's sabotage activities in exchange for safe conduct to Berlin. The traitor may interfere with Hogan's latest plan: to destroy the German's new S-5 gun being guarded at Stalag 13.

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#73 - Is General Hammerschlag Burning - November 18th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 11)

The French Underground has learned of a Nazi plan to level Paris when the Allied armies approach, and they come to Hogan for help. The plan was created by General Hammerschlag, whose one weakness is an exotic dancer and medium named Kumasa. Kinch and Hogan travel to Paris so that Kinch, who was a classmate of Kumasa's back in the States, can try to persuade her to steal the plans.

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#74 - A Russian Is Coming - November 25th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 12)

The heroes hide a downed Soviet pilot, intending to smuggle him to England, but the Russian insists on being returned to his homeland. Hogan must devise a way to get the pilot back to Russia, across hundreds of miles of German territory.

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#75 - Evening Of The Generals - December 2nd, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 13)

Klink is put in charge of hosting a banquet of Germany's top generals. Hogan is ordered to kill the generals, but the order is rescinded at the last moment because one of the generals is an indispensable Allied agent. But the heroes have already planted time-bombs in the banquet room and the conference is under way.

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#76 - Everybody Loves A Snowman - December 9th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 14)

Carter and Newkirk escort an American bomber crew ,that was shotdown, into Stalag 13 in the middle of a blizzard. The Heroes are planning on providing new clothes and papers to the crew so they can get out of the country and back to England. The problem is that Major Hochstetter and the Gestapo have arrived at Stalag 13 looking for the crew. With the bomber crew hiding in the tunnels - Hogan tries to distract the Gestapo by starting to dig a new tunnel for them to find. Hochstetter visits Hogan's barracks and finds the "fake" tunnel that the Heroes started to dig. He orders the men to fill it in and the Heroes are sent to another barracks as punishment. Captain Morgan, the leader of the bomber crew, is anxious to leave. Hogan tries to console him by saying that they have tunnels to all but one of the other barracks. Unfortunately - they send Hogan and his men to barracks #4 - the one with no tunnel to it! As the group tries to decide what to do next. Carter wants to go out in the snow and build a snowman. Hogan comes up with a plan and goes off to ask Klink for permission to build a snowman. Since Captain Morgan and his men think that Hogan is crazy - the bomber crew threatens to make a break for it. Before a fight breaks out - Hogan returns to the barracks and assures them that they will like this snowman - as it will have a tunnel underneath. So the Heroes start building the snowman and digging a tunnel underneath. Eventually - they connect with one of the other tunnels. As they are clearing away the dirt - Schultz sees a man going down into the newly built tunnel and reports it to Klink and Hochsetter. In the mean time Hogan has moved the snowman recognizing that Schultz has seen something. The Major, Klink and Schultz show up where the Heroes are building the snowman. Hochstetter - thinking he is going to catch Hogan trying to help the bomber crew - tries to enter the snowman. But the snowman collapses on him. The Gestapo leaves and Hogan and the men get the bomber crew out through the tunnel built under the snowman.

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#77 - The Hostage - December 16th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 15)

A rocket fuel depot constructed just outside of camp seems too easy a target for the heroes. Unaware that General von Heiner has planted the depot there to trap Hogan, the men tunnel under the depot and plant a bomb. Then the General throws a curve- he holds Hogan hostage at the depot.

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#78 - Carter Turns Traitor - December 23rd, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 16)

The heroes stage a three-way assassination attempt on Carter's life to convince their captors that the POW has turned traitor and wishes to defect to the Reich. Carter claims to be a chemical warfare expert so that he can gain access to a secret German chemical factory.

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#79 - Two Nazis For The Price Of One - December 30th, 1967 (Season # 3 Episode # 17)

Hogan learns that a Gestapo official knows all about his espionage activities, but hasn't blown the whistle yet because he wants information on the U.S. atom bomb project. London orders the heroes to close down Stalag 13 and escape to London, but Hogan wants to stay to find out how much Freitag knows about the 'Manhattan Project.' -

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#80 - Is There A Doctor In The House? - January 6th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 18)

A beautiful French model is hiding from the Gestapo in the escape tunnel until the heroes can smuggle her out to an underground contact. But Klink's bout with the flu jeopardizes Hogan's plan. Can LeBeau's home remedy cure the kommandant in time?

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#81 - Hogan Go Home - January 13th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 19)

A message comes over the wire ordering Hogan to return to the States for a hero's welcome. The man sent to replace Hogan as senior officer is his nemesis Colonel Crittendon. Crittendon keeps botching his first assignment-- to stop Hogan from boarding the Berlin Express, which is scheduled for attack by the Allies.

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#82 - Sticky Wicket Newkirk - January 20th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 20)

Newkirk's faux paus in town gets him transferred to another stalag and threatens to expose Hogan's entire operation.

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#83 - War Takes A Holiday - January 27th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 21)

The Gestapo is holding four underground leaders at Stalag 13 under heavy guard. In order to free the four men, Hogan convinces the Germans that the war is over!

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#84 - Duel Of Honor - February 3rd, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 22)

Hogan uses Klink as an unwitting courier to get a list of people who plan to kill Hitler to England. A beautiful agent feigns a mad crush on Klink and Carter, posing as her jealous husband, frightens Klink into fleeing the country.

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#85 - Axis Annie - February 10th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 23)

In a last-ditch effort to get information to the underground, Hogan's crew grants pro-Nazi interviews to broadcaster Axis Annie of the German Propaganda Ministry. Next move: destroy the recordings of their traitorous talk.

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#86 - What Time Does The Balloon Go Up? - February 17th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 24)

The heroes think Hogan has gone bonkers when he suggests they take up basket weaving, tent making and kite flying in order to free a captured British agent. But the prisoners are really assembling a hot air balloon to fly a British agent out of camp.

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#87 - Lebeau And The Little Old Lady - February 24th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 25)

None of the other prisoners will volunteer to take over LeBeau's weekly visits to an underground contact he describes as a 'mean little old lady.' - In truth, the contact is a beautiful young Dutch woman with whom LeBeau has fallen in love. When the Gestapo is closing in on her, LeBeau risks his life to save her.

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#88 - How To Escape From A Prison Camp Without Really Trying - March 2nd, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 26)

Hogan comes up with a master stroke to prevent the Gestapo from taking over the Stalag, and to immobilize the entire 6th SS division -- He arranges for thirty prisoners to escape at once.

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#89 - The Collector General - March 9th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 27)

A german general arrives from Paris with a truckload of art work stolen from France, and the heroes plot to steal it back.

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#90 - The Ultimate Weapon - March 16th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 28)

In order to get German fighter planes moved away from a potential target of Allied bombers, Hogan convinces the Germans that Schultz is a military genius who can predict Allied attacks.

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#91 - Monkey Business - March 23rd, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 29)

The bombing of the Hammelburg Zoo has the woods around Stalag 13 filled with guards trying to retrieve runaway animals. Carter, on a mission to deliver a spare radio part to the underground, is unable to get past the guards. He returns to camp with the radio part and a chimpanzee. The heroes decide to use the chimp, whom they name Freddy, as a courier to transport the radio part.

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#92 - Drums Along The Dusseldorf - March 30th, 1968 (Season # 3 Episode # 30)

The heroes's attempt to blow up a truck carrying an experimental new jet fuel fails, but they get a second chance when the truck is rerouted to pass by Stalag 13. The men can't get near the front gate. Carter, whose Sioux heritage is revealed when he gets a letter addressed to "Little Deer Who Goes Swift and Sure through Forest," shoots a flaming arrow in the direction of the truck as it passes by camp. Carter misses, but Newkirk grabs the bow and arrow and hits the target.The truck goes up in flames as Newkirk reveals he's a descendant of Robin Hood. Highlight: Dressed as a little old lady, Newkirk detains the truck driver with talk of her granddaughter the fan dancer.

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Fourth Season (1968-69) - Aired Saturdays on CBS from 9:00-9:30 P.M. - Episodes 93-118 (26 episodes)


#93 - Clearance Sale At The Black Market - September 28th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 1)

While visiting a waitress at the hofbrau, Schultz walks in on the owner and a Gestapo major conducting an illegal financial transaction. To keep his secret safe, Major Kiegel orders the sergeant transferred to the Eastern front, and Hogan must intervene to save Schultz, and the heroes' operation.

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#94 - Klink Vs. The Gonculator - October 5th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 2)

Hogan convinces his captors that the electronic rabbit trap Carter has invented is a 'gonculator,' - a bizarre top-secret device. Believing it to be an Allied military treasure, Klink and Burkhalter call in an 'electronics expert,' - Major Lutz. Lutz wouldn't know an electrode from a ukelele, but he does want to flee Germany and needs Hogan's help.

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#95 - How To Catch A Papa Bear - October 12th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 3)

Newkirk falls into a trap set by the Gestapo, who plan to use him as bait to reel in Hogan, and expose the entire operation.

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#96 - Hogan's Trucking Service...We Deliver The Factory To You - October 19th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 4)

Colonel Crittendon strikes again. This time the British bungler escapes from Stalag 16 just in time to demolish Hogan's painstaking plans to blow up a ball bearing plant.

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#97 - To The Gestapo With Love - October 26th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 5)

The episode starts by showing Hogan, LeBeau and Kinch setting explosives on the Dorfmann bridge. [Carter and Newkirk (not shown) are also setting explosives on a second bridge nearby.] All five regroup in the woods and Hogan offers Kinch the opportunity to blow up the bridge. Kinch gladly accepts and presses the plunger - BANG the Dorfmann bridge blows up. [The other bridge will be blown up later when the timer set by Carter and Newkirk goes off.] As they head back to camp Carter loses one of his uniform buttons as he gets stuck on a shrub or small tree. A german guard patrolling the woods find the button and he turns it over to the Gestapo. The 'U.S.' imprint on the button causes Hochstetter to suspect Hogan's crew.

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#98 - Man's Best Friend Is Not His Dog - November 2nd, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 6)

Carter photographs the new German tanks but leaves the camera in the field where Klink finds it. Where there is a camera there must be film, and Klink wants it. When Hogan must hide the film in a hurry, he gives it to a mutt, who naturally buries it.

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#99 - Never Play Cards With Strangers - November 9th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 7)

Hogan is trapped in a friendly game of bridge with a German general after learning that the sabotage job he assigned to Newkirk and Carter is going to backfire.

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#100 - Color The Luftwaffe Red - November 16th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 8)

The heroes are hired to paint Luftwaffe Intelligence headquarters and they use the job as an opportunity to steal a map showing German fighter deployments. But getting the map out of the building proves more difficult than anticipated.

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#101 - Guess Who Came To Dinner - November 23rd, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 9)

Hogan arranges the escape of a beautiful underground agent, but then he learns that she is suspected as a double agent.

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#102 - No Names Please - November 30th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 10)

Hogan and the men save the life of an American war correspondent, who returns the favor by publishing a glowing newspaper report about the heroes' operation. The story does not name names but Hochstetter immediately suspects that Hogan is the culprit, and he plants a spy among Klink's guards.

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#103 - Bad Day In Berlin - December 7th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 11)

Hogan must stop a German spy before he can turn over a briefcase carrying information deadly to the Allied cause.

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#104 - Will The Blue Baron Strike Again - December 14th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 12)

Hogan hornswoggles Klink into throwing a party so that he can follow the guest of honor home. General von Richter, a World War I flying ace known as the Blue Baron, has been transferred to a fighter base near Stalag 13, and London wants the exact location so they can knock it out.

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#105 - Will The Real Colonel Klink Please Stand Up Against The Wall? - December 21st, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 13)

A date with the firing squad seems certain for Klink when the Gestapo puts him under surveillance for suspicion of treason-- just before Carter sneaks off on a sabotage job disguised as the kommandant.

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#106 - Man In A Box - December 28th, 1968 (Season # 4 Episode # 14)

Hogan sends LeBeau out of camp to get information on a new magnetic mine being developed in a nearby laboratory. Klink's guards are unable to find the escaped prisoner, so the kommandant allows Hogan to go into town to retrieve LeBeau. Klink sends Schultz to follow Hogan, and he follows Schultz, but Hogan loses both of his shadows and uses his foray into town to meet with an underground agent.

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#107 - The Missing Klink - January 4th, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 15)

Hogan's plans to free captured underground leader Hans Wagner by taking General Burkhalter hostage and offering him for trade go awry when Wagner's brother Karl mistakenly kidnaps Colonel Klink instead of Burkhalter. The Gestapo refuses the trade, claiming that Wagner is too important to trade for a nobody like Klink.

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#108 - Who Stole My Copy Of Mein Kampf? - January 11th, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 16)

Hogan is ordered to silence British defector Leslie Smythe- Beddoes, now of the German Propaganda Ministry. When he learns that his victim is a woman, he decides not to kill her, but instead takes to the airwaves to publicly discredit her.

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#109 - Operation Hannibal - January 18th, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 17)

Hogan attends a party at a German general's home in order to snatch top secret plans from the general's safe. His accomplice: the general's beautiful daughter.

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#110 - My Favorite Prisoner - January 25th, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 18)

Colonel Klink has hatched a clever plan to pry secrets out of Colonel Hogan, using a beautiful baroness as bait. Hogan catches on right away and decides to turn the situation around by passing phony invasion plans to the Gestapo.

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#111 - Watch The Trains Go By - February 1st, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 19)

Hogan's plot to blow up a munitions train is hampered when Klink beefs up security around the camp. Hogan arranges for a visit from Burkhalter's marriage-minded sister Gertrude to distract the kommandant.

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#112 - Klink's Old Flame - February 8th, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 20)

Hogan receives five short-wave radios which he must transport to the underground in France. An opportunity presents itself when a Count arrives at camp with his girlfriend, who happens to be Klink's old flame.

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#113 - Up In Klink's Room - February 15th, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 21)

Hogan must make contact with an Allied agent who is posing as a German officer. The agent, Major Zimmer, is being transported to a German hospital, and Hogan contracts a non- existent malady in order to get close to him.

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#114 - The Purchasing Plan - February 22nd, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 22)

Hogan is faced with the task of delivering ammunition to four different locations. He dupes Klink into implementing a cost-cutting supply program and uses the German trucks to deliver the ammo.

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#115 - The Witness - March 1st, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 23)

Marya is back in town, and this time her escort is German General von Rauscher. Hogan has been selected to witness the demonstration of a German super-weapon and report its effectiveness to the Allies. In twenty four hours the rocket will destroy a British battleship- unless Hogan intervenes.

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#116 - The Big Dish - March 8th, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 24)

Hogan is ordered to destroy Germany's latest anti-aircraft weapon and find its inventor- a British beauty with questionable loyalties.

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#117 - The Return Of Major Bonacelli - March 15th, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 25)

Major Bonacelli, Hogan's contact in Italy, believes the Gestapo is on to his activities. He escapes to Switzerland, stopping by Stalag 13's tunnel on his way. But Hogan won't let the Italian escape until he accomplishes one last mission.

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#118 - Happy Birthday, Dear Hogan - March 22nd, 1969 (Season # 4 Episode # 26)

The prisoners organize a sabotage job as a birthday surprise for Hogan. The surprise is on them-- their plans are based on false information fed to them by the Gestapo.

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Fifth Season (1969-70) - Aired Fridays on CBS from 8:30-9:00 P.M. - Episodes 119-144 (26 episodes)


#119 - Hogan Goes Hollywood - September 26th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 1)

A self-enamored Hollywood star is captured and brought to the camp, where Klink persuades the actor to star in a film depicting the favorable conditions at Stalag 13. Hogan offers to write and direct the film, in which Schultz plays Klink and Klink is Schultz.

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#120 - The Well - October 3rd, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 2)

Newkirk filches a code book from Klink's safe, then drops it in a well when he is stopped by Klink's guards. The problem: how to retrieve the code book from the well, which is quickly filling with freezing water.

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#121 - The Klink Commandos - October 10th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 3)

One of Hogan's most elaborate schemes gets the heroes sent to the Russian front-- on the same train with a Nazi officer carrying the key documents Hogan wants.

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#122 - The Gasoline War - October 17th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 4)

A fueling pump for German convoys is being raised next to Barracks 12. That leaves Hogan with the ticklish task of blasting the thing, without blowing up the prisoners.

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#123 - Unfair Exchange - October 24th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 5)

The heroes kidnap General Burkhalter's sister and offer her in exchange for a captured underground agent.

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#124 - The Kommandant Dies At Dawn - October 31st, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 6)

Hogan plants a vital piece of information on Klink to get it to the underground. But the Gestapo throws a curve-- arresting the kommandant for treason.

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#125 - Bombsight - November 7th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 7)

The German's bring a new weapon to Stalag 13 for testing and the heroes run through a series of trials and errors in trying to get a copy of the blueprints.

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#126 - The Big Picture - November 14th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 8)

The heroes risk everything to swipe an incriminating photo of Klink. He's dipping into the stalag till to pay off a blackmailer, which drains the payroll and jeopardizes Hogan's operation.

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#127 - The Big Gamble - November 21st, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 9)

Hogan must get a top-secret direction finder off a crashed American plane. Problem: a German engineering expert is combing the wreckage.

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#128 - The Defector - November 28th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 10)

A beautiful underground agent persuades Hogan to accept a difficult and dangerous mission: helping Field Marshal Rudolf Richter to defect to England.

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#129 - The Empty Parachute - December 5th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 11)

Major Hochstetter brings a courier to the camp to whose wrist is manacled a briefcase. The first step of Hogan's complicated plan involves burying an opened parachute where Schultz will find it, then exploiting the ensuing confusion.

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#130 - The Antique - December 12th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 12)

A cheap cuckoo clock inspires Hogan's new plan to get intelligence information to his agent. First step: convince Klink he could make a mint selling the clocks to antique buffs all over Europe.

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#131 - Is There A Traitor In The House? - December 19th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 13)

Radio propagandist Berlin Betty broadcasts a plea to the men of Stalag 13. The sultry voiced vixen requests them to join her on her program and speak to their countrymen asking them to surrender- that the war against Germany is futile. The men balk at such a request- until Hogan decides to use the show to broadcast a coded message to London.

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#132 - At Last - Schultz Knows Something - December 26th, 1969 (Season # 5 Episode # 14)

Schultz knows the location of a new atomic research laboratory, but he's not talking. In desperation, Hogan radios for truth serum and a hypodermic needle.

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#133 - How's The Weather? - January 2nd, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 15)

London is planning an attack on a hydro-electric dam near Stalag 13 and they radio Hogan for daily weather reports. Hogan uses creative methods to obtain the information, including sending up weather balloons.

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#134 - Get Fit Or Go Fight - January 9th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 16)

The POWs use tricks and psychology to get Klink to drive into town for a physical. They're set to transport crucial information in his hubcaps.

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#135 - Fat Hermann, Go Home - January 16th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 17)

Russian spy Marya joins Hogan in a plan to rob Field Marshal Hermann Goering's private train of his valuable artwork collection. Part of the plan involves getting Schultz to masquerade as Goering.

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#136 - The Softer They Fall - January 23rd, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 18)

A boxing match between Kinch and one of Klink's guards will provide needed diversion for an espionage heist-- provided Kinch can carry his opponent long enough.

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#137 - Gowns By Yvette - January 30th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 19)

LeBeau's masquerade as a Parisian designer and Newkirk's nifty needlework provide Hogan the means to crash a wedding, make a contact, and spring an agent.

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#138 - One Army At A Time - February 13th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 20)

Carter is separated from the gang during a sabotage mission and ends up in a German panzer division. Hogan wants him to keep up the charade until he can recover their confiscated dynamite.

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#139 - Standing Room Only - February 20th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 21)

Stalag 13 is being scrutinized at a bad time-- Hogan has the escape tunnel filled with men, and Klink's juggled books are full of discrepancies.

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#140 - Six Lessons From Madame La Grange - February 27th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 22)

A leggy chanteuse diverts Klink and Hochstetter as Hogan tries to save his underground group from being exposed by a double agent.

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#141 - The Sergeant's Analyst - March 6th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 23)

An underground contact known as the Breadman has been delivering pieces of a photograph of the German West Wall fortifications to Hogan hidden in loaves of pumpernickel, which Schultz smuggles in to the prisoners. The plan is endangered when Schultz's bungling gets him transferred to the Russian front.

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#142 - The Merry Widow - March 13th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 24)

A hectic love triangle results when Klink takes the wrong plans to a rendezvous with a beautiful Allied agent. Schultz must be used as a second courier and paramour.

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#143 - Crittendon's Commandos - March 20th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 25)

The heroes are assigned to pick up a British commando unit and assist them in kidnapping Field Marshal Rommel from a private hospital twelve miles away from camp. Hogan knows the operation is doomed when he finds Colonel Crittendon leading the commando group.

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#144 - Klink's Escape - March 27th, 1970 (Season # 5 Episode # 26)

Klink thinks he has tricked the POWs into leading him to their escape center. Wrong! It's a Hoganesque ploy to pull of a sabotage job.

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Sixth Season (1965-66) - Aired Sundays on CBS from 7:30-8:00 P.M. - Episodes 145-168 (24 episodes)


#145 - Cuisine A La Stalag 13 - September 20th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 1)

LeBeau decides to leave Stalag 13 to go fight for France. But Hogan needs Chef LeBeau to cook up some delectable dinners for a German general whose aide has been passing information on to the Allies.

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#146 - The Experts - September 27th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 2)

Hogan must save the life of one of Klink's guards, whom the Gestapo wants silenced.

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#147 - Klink's Masterpiece - October 4th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 3)

Hogan must get maps of a German convoy route to three different underground units, but the escape tunnel has caved in. Banking on Klink's visions of greatness, Hogan convinces the kommandant that his paintings are masterpieces. Hogan hides the maps under the canvases, and Klink brings his terrible paintings to an art gallery in town, where they are purchased by agents posing as art buyers.

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#148 - Lady Chitterly's Lover, Part 1 - October 11th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 4)

Sir Charles Chitterly, a British traitor who bears a remarkable likeness to Colonel Crittendon, parachutes into Stalag 13 with orders from Hitler. His mission: to orchestrate England's surrender to Germany. Hogan attempts to foil the mission by substituting Crittendon for Sir Charles, but Lady Chitterly isn't fooled.

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#149 - Lady Chitterly's Lover, Part 2 - October 18th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 5)

Hogan fears that Hitler will not be fooled by the phony Sir Charles. To complicate matters, the real Sir Charles has escaped from the prisoners' tunnel and is wandering around the camp.

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#150 - The Gestapo Takeover - October 25th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 6)

Major Strauss of the Gestapo has moved in to Stalag 13, with plans to take over the camp and send Klink and Schultz to the Russian front. Their new captors prove more difficult to fool than Klink, so the heroes plot to get rid of Strauss.

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#151 - Kommandant Schultz - November 1st, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 7)

Klink is selected for active combat, and Schultz is elevated to kommandant. Kommandant Schultz soon becomes power mad, doubling the guards and jeopardizing Hogan's plan to smuggle uranium to London.

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#152 - Eight O'clock And All Is Well - November 8th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 8)

A Gestapo spy is planted among the heroes and Hogan lets him in on their entire operation. Then one of Hochstetter's men salutes the undercover Captain out of habit, and Hogan discerns his true identity. It's too late- Martin knows all the details of an upcoming sabotage job.

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#153 - The Big Record - November 15th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 9)

The heroes are allowed to send home recorded messages- a move used by Hogan to infiltrate a top secret SS meeting held at Stalag 13. The agenda of the meeting is so hush- hush that not even Klink is allowed to attend, but Hogan must learn what transpires. The men capitalize on Schultz's visions of stardom to get the Sergeant to let them into the meeting hall under the pretense of recording his singing voice. Once inside, the men plant the recorder underneath the conference table.

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#154 - It's Dynamite - November 22nd, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 10)

Major Hochstetter takes over Stalag 13's cooler to use as a storage place for dynamite. The dynamite is being transported nightly to various hiding places, for use in case of an Allied invasion. The Allies want to know where the ammo is being stockpiled, but can the heroes get past Hochstetter to get the maps?

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#155 - Operation Tiger - November 29th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 11)

Underground agent Tiger is being held under heavy guard by the Gestapo. Hogan masterminds a plan to save her by ambushing the train she is being transported on.

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#156 - The Big Broadcast - December 6th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 12)

The heroes use Klink's car to make contact with an underground agent and pass on information about a German rocket factory.

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#157 - The Gypsy - December 13th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 13)

When they can't identify a strange object being held in the camp, the men con Schultz into posing for a picture with it. Headquarters determines that it is an anti-radar device and orders Hogan to smuggle it to London for closer examination. Klink's belief in fortune tellers comes in handy in Hogan's scheme.

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#158 - The Dropouts - December 27th, 1970 (Season # 6 Episode # 14)

While on a mission, Carter and Hogan are apprehended by three Gestapo officers, who then mysteriously vanish without harming the prisoners. When the three officers arrive at Stalag 13, the heroes assume their operation has been discovered and they make frantic plans for escape. Their plans change abruptly when the trio comes to Hogan announcing their desire to defect.

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#159 - Easy Come, Easy Go - January 10th, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 15)

Burkhalter plies Hogan with wine, women and song to convince the POW to go on a mission for the Germans. The P-51, a new American fighter plane, is doing considerable damage to German forces and Burkhalter asks Hogan to go to England, steal one of the planes and fly it back to Germany. 'Is that all you want?' - Hogan asks.

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#160 - The Meister Spy - January 17th, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 16)

Hogan launches an elaborate plan to discredit a German spy posing as an American pilot. Once the spy is out of the way, Hogan tries to find out the spy's contact -- and silence him.

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#161 - That's No Lady, That's My Spy - January 24th, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 17)

An underground leader is injured on a mission, and his unit radios Hogan with a request for penicillin. But the woods around Stalag 13 are thick with Gestapo guards and Hogan can't get a man out to deliver the medicine-- Until a tea party for German officers' wives gives him an idea.

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#162 - To Russia Without Love - January 31st, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 18)

Hogan's scheme to lay hands on some secret papers hinges on persuading Klink to apply for transfer to the Russian front. Colonel Becker, weary of life on the front, is jealous of Klink's easy post at Stalag 13 and wants to trade assignments. He senses that Hogan might be able to manipulate such a change, and offers Hogan a peek at the secret papers he is carrying if he can pull off the trade.

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#163 - Klink For The Defense - February 7th, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 19)

A German traitor (Colonel Hugo Hauptmann) will turn a map of German submarine pens over the Heroes, but only if they can get him out of Germany. He's been arrested by the Gestapo and with Klink as his defense attorney his fate seems certain-- death by firing squad. The Heroes help out by tampering with the recording that will implicate Col. Hauptmann as a traitor and making it so that his secretary (who is really a Gestapo agent) gets implicated as a British agent - "Sally Holmes". The Heroes win again.

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#164 - The Kamikazes Are Coming - February 21st, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 20)

Russian spy Marya shows up at camp, and Hogan is convinced she's trouble. She is travelling with a German rocket scientist whose rocket went off course and is missing. Hogan has found the rocket but doesn't know what to do with it- it's too large to dissemble and bring back to camp.

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#165 - Kommandant Gertrude - February 28th, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 21)

Burkhalter's sister Gertrude is back, and engaged to a slow- witted Major, whom she gets appointed as Klink's adjutant. The Major tightens camp security, interfering with Hogan's efforts to smuggle an American general to London.

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#166 - Hogan's Double Life - March 7th, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 22)

A Gestapo agent blames Hogan for all the sabotage in the area. In order to escape arrest, Hogan tries to convince his accusers that he has an exact double, a German traitor who has been committing the sabotage.

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#167 - Look At The Pretty Snowflakes - March 21st, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 23)

The heroes learn that General Strommberger's Third Panzer Division is headed towards Mount Hoffenstein Pass to block an Allied air strike launched from London. The heroes will try anything to prevent the panzer tanks from reaching their destination-- including setting off an avalanche.

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#168 - Rockets Or Romance - April 4th, 1971 (Season # 6 Episode # 24)

Hogan and a beautiful underground member are teamed in an attempt to locate and immobilize three mobile rocket launchers.

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