Hogan's Heroes: Season 3, Episode 30

Drums Along the Dusseldorf (30 Mar. 1968)

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A German truck carrying an experimental jet fuel is the latest target for Hogan and his men. But when all efforts to sabotage the shipment fail, Carter gets down to business with the remaining weaponry at hand - a bow and arrow.

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A German truck carrying an experimental jet fuel is the latest target for Hogan and his men. But when all efforts to sabotage the shipment fail, Carter gets down to business with the remaining weaponry at hand - a bow and arrow.

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Near the beginning Carter, who is part Sioux, reveals that his Indian name is 'Little Deer Who Goes Swift and Sure Through Forest'. See more »

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Near the end, Schultz has the Indian feather on his head and Klink comes out of his office. Klink stands at the door with nothing in his hands and cups them together in front of him. The camera angle changes and now Klink has his swagger stick under his arm and one hand on the head of the stick. See more »

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Col. Robert E. Hogan: I've got a present for you from Carter. He's made you an honorary Chief of the Sioux tribe.
[He gives Schultz a feather headdress]
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: [Very excitedly] It's Bee-yoo-ti-ful!
[He puts it on and looks in a mirror]
Col. Robert E. Hogan: He's also given you a new name, Schultz. You are now Big Chief Running Bear Who Goes Swift And Sure To Beer Garden.
[Klink enters the room]
Col. Wilhelm Klink: [Outraged] Or, you could be Big Fat Schultz Who Goes Swift And Sure To The Russian Front!
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An average show that ends season three.
25 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode Hogan's men have been given the job of destroying a truck that is delivering fuel for jet engines. Their first attempt failed and now, I'm sure just by chance, the truck's new route will take it right by the Stalag. Hogan and his team will get another chance.

We also learn that Carter is part Indian and some of his skills with a bow and arrow may, or may not, help the effort to sabotage the fuel supply. Either way we get some nice laughs out of the events that happen.

This may not be the more exciting episode in the collection but it did produce some laughs. And anytime a show can make you feel better, it is worth a watch.


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