Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Fat Hermann, Go Home 

Marya the White Russian uses Schultz to impersonate Goering just as Hogan is trying to save a trainload of stolen art.

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Marya the White Russian uses Schultz to impersonate Goering just as Hogan is trying to save a trainload of stolen art.

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16 January 1970 (USA)  »

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When the car with Sgt. Schultz disguised as Goering drives up to the guest building at the stalag, a palm tree is visible in the far distance directly over the roof of the car. As might be surmised, palm trees are not native to Germany. See more »

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And no one got in any trouble!
7 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

Usually when Nita Talbot comes by the prison camp playing the Russian Marya, we are in for a treat. However this script was more of a trick than a treat.

It begins when Schultz has been selected to meet Hermann Goring. When Schultz goes to meet Goring, he find none other than Marya on the sofa. Marya tells him that Goring has selected Schultz to stand-in for him due to threats. So Schultz agrees to be a body-double for him while he makes a visit to Stalag 13. While there Schultz will not have to meet anyone and will just stay the evening in the guest house.

Hogan has learned that Goring is dispatching a train with stolen loot from his residence to southern Germany. It just so happens that the train will come close to the camp. Hogan plans on kidnapping Goring but during the attempt finds out it is Schultz. But Marya has a plan to get Klink to take some of the loot off the train. Too bad Hochstetter is in the area.

Maybe it was just me but the many actions going on in the show was confusing. Schultz dressed up as Goring and the only people that can pick him out is Hogan and his gang. Klink and Hochstetter are numb to the fact that Schultz is standing and talking right within arms reach? Throw out any realism while watching this episode and hold-on for the uncomfortable ride. Because the ride is bumpy.


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