Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Cuisine à la Stalag 13 

LeBeau wants to escape leaving Stalag 13 without its resident chef.

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LeBeau wants to escape leaving Stalag 13 without its resident chef.

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20 September 1970 (USA)  »

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This was Kenneth Washington's debut as Sgt. Richard Baker, the crew's new radio man. Interestingly, there was never a back story as to how he got to Stalag 13 or what happened to Kinch. See more »

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When the heroes are in the bedroom, sitting on the bed, the door is clearly shown from both sides as one with five horizontal panels arranged one under the other. From Klink's sitting room, the bedroom door has four vertical panels, arranged two-by-two. See more »

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LeBeau is leaving to fight for free France
8 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We begin season six with a new radio man, Sgt. Baker, and the threat of losing another of the regulars in LeBeau. It seems that Charles De Gaulle has sent out a call for all free French patriots to come to England and begin the elimination of Germans from the French land. LeBeau takes it to heart and asks Hogan for permission to return to London and fight for free France.

But in the meantime, LeBeau has been cooking while Klink has been entertaining General Wexler. It seems that the General has some plans that the Allies greatly need and the cooking keeps the General coming back. Hogan asks LeBeau to cook one more meal and then he can return to fight for France.

A nice story to start of the final season. it was an interesting tale that included situations that have not been covered in the earlier episodes. The fresh script made for an enjoyable watch.


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