Using the German propaganda radio network, Hogan gets information to the underground.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Louise Troy ...
Anna Gebhart
Chet Stratton ...
Blue Fox
Karl Bruck ...
L.E. Young ...
Diner in Hotel
Bard Stevens ...
Gestapo Guard


The Gestapo set up a detection device at Stalag 13, so the Heroes can't risk a sending a message with their secret radio, but at the same time, a propaganda unit with an English-language broadcaster named Axis Annie recruits some of them for a program. Written by WesternOne

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Comedy | War





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10 February 1968 (USA)  »

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The title is based on Axis Sally or Mildred Gillars (1900-1988) a female radio announcer during World War II who was best known for her propaganda broadcasts for Nazi Germany providing music and propaganda jabs at the Allied armies. See more »


Newkirk mentions Speedy Gonzales. Speedy didn't make his debut until the mid-fifties. See more »

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The episode could have been better
21 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this story we have the gang at Stalag 13 being visited by a propaganda radio reporter as she will try and get a few of the prisoners to come on her radio show and tell the world how nice the prisoners are treated in German camps. In the meantime the Gestapo is in the area with a radio detection truck looking for illegal radio transmission. Hogan has got to find a way to rid the area of the truck and it looks like he has found a way by agreeing to be one of the happy prisoner's on the Axis Annie show.

But as usual things do not go as the German's plan. Hogan, along with help from Carter's explosives, put a little fire under the German's seat.

The episode started off so well that it appeared to be an interesting topic. But when we got to the heart of the story, it seemed lame as the hijinks of the gang was too obvious not to have been detected. It would have been much better to stay with the radio show but the writers felt they needed some fireworks to make the show more interesting. But the fireworks had the opposite effect.

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