Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Color the Luftwaffe Red 

Hogan and his crew volunteer to paint Luftwaffe headquarters to get a secret map of base locations.

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Hogan and his crew volunteer to paint Luftwaffe headquarters to get a secret map of base locations.

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After Carter and Newkirk return to camp Shultz discovers them still in disguise. Newkirk has a half-smoked cigarette in his hand. There is a cut to Hogan and when the camera returns to Newkirk the cigarette is much longer. See more »

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Col. Wilhelm Klink: But why should that responsibility fall upon me?
General der Infantrie Albert Burkhalter: What would you rather have fall upon you, responsibility, or snowflakes?
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An above average offering
27 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

There is little going on in this episode yet the show seemed more enjoyable than some recent offerings. The main story involves the gang from the Stalag agreeing to paint the brand new Luftwaffe headquarters that for some reason happens to be close to the prison camp. While painting they will try an place a bug in the building but it will not be easy since they are watched and searched on a regular basis.

Hogan steals some maps while at the building but when walking out has to resort to throwing the maps into a light-cover in order not to be detected. It will be difficult to get the maps out of the building without being caught.

This episode did not have a lot of clutter so it seemed like a fast paced show. There is nothing that really stands out but for some reason the show held the viewers attention long enough to produce an entertaining episode. Nice watch.


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