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A Tiger Hunt in Paris: Part 2 

While trying to free the underground agent "Tiger" in Paris, Hogan must seek help from a Parisian fortune teller and also enlist the aid of a man who is a look-alike for Nazi Police Chief Heinrich Himmler!

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(as Robert Sweeney)

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(as Richard M. Powell), (creator) | 1 more credit »
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While trying to free the underground agent "Tiger" in Paris, Hogan must seek help from a Parisian fortune teller and also enlist the aid of a man who is a look-alike for Nazi Police Chief Heinrich Himmler!

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25 November 1966 (USA)  »

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Not a fan of two part episodes- but this is an exception
24 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not being a fan of two part sitcom episodes, I have to say that this story was entertaining from beginning to end.

From the first part everything is in order to complete the program. An underground agent named Tiger is being held by the Gestapo, Hogan has teamed up with a Russian spy and Klink is still trying to find his staff car all in the city of Paris.

As we begin part two, Marya (Nita Talbot) the Russian spy is serving as a fortune-teller to the main Gestapo officer, Colonel Backscheider (John Dehner). Marya tells the Colonel that a important visitor is coming soon. Hogan, who is taking on the identity of a former prisoner, comes up with a plan so that the Colonel thinks that Himmler is the special person.

With the help from a doorman that will act like Himmler, Hogan may be able to gain enough access to free the underground agent. Plus he also has to find the whereabouts of an secret air base in Germany. Not to mention getting Klink out of the Gestapo jail and retuning his car.

This was an excellent story. We were able to get away from the prison camp which opened many doors for a new plot and situations. Nita Talbot is excellent as the White Russian spy that will make many appearances as the series continues. Also the character actor, John Dehner does a nice comic job of playing the Gestapo Colonel. Mr Dehner is seen in many shows in the 60's but it was nice to see the actor in a comedy role which he played to perfection.

As already stated I am not usually a fan of sitcoms that extent the story out in two parts. I will make an exception in this entertaining story.


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