Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Eight O'Clock and All Is Well 

Hogan and company tell a German mole disguised as an American all about their operation.

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Captain James Martin / Seifert
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Hogan and company tell a German mole disguised as an American all about their operation.

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8 November 1970 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon the cry of the town watchman or policeman. See more »

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In one scene, Larry Hovis (Sgt. Carter) is washing something in a barrel and he is not wearing gloves. Carter is supposed to be a bachelor and Hovis wore gloves in order to conceal his (real life) wedding band. See more »

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Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter: Now, Klink, last night, not too far from here, a convoy was blown up, almost totally destroyed. These lines are drawn from the points where the sabotage has taken place. Now, Klink, where do these lines cross?
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: Stalag 13.
Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter: How do you explain this, Klink?
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Well, we are centrally located.
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Monte Markham is called Captain Martin During the episode but is listed in the credits as Lieutenant Martin in the closing credits. See more »

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Klink has his first escape
10 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, the gang has a date to blow up an ammunitions train that is passing by the camp. But before that can happen the barracks gets a new prisoner in Captain Martin. Martin has been shot down and was captured by the Germans and brought to Stalag 13.

As usual, Hogan is leery of any new prisoner so he goes through a series of screening situation to clear the Captain. He also gets a report from London that confirms Martin as a flier in the division that he gave. Hogan feels comfortable enough to let Captain Martin in on all the operations of the unit. But unknown at the time, Captain Martin is really an agent working for the Gestapo.

Here is an episode that takes us back to the staple of the series. It is interesting to see the many situation that is given to clear Martin- which makes the viewer feel easy about the young prisoner. Yet we find out that all things are not what they appear. An entertaining episode that put the viewer right in the middle of the action. Nice watch.


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