Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Hogan and the Lady Doctor 

Hogan nixes a mission to destroy a synthetic fuel plant because the caper is too risky...but he is overruled - and forced to participate in the scheme by the ploy's mastermind, a strong-willed determined female scientist.

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Hogan nixes a mission to destroy a synthetic fuel plant because the caper is too risky...but he is overruled - and forced to participate in the scheme by the ploy's mastermind, a strong-willed determined female scientist.

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27 January 1967 (USA)  »

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Ruta Lee does a nice job in making this episode entertaining.
6 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, Hogan receives word that the Germans are experimenting with a synthetic fuel that could change the outcome of the war. The Allies are sending Hogan a research doctor that they want planted into the building in order to spy on the research and also destroy the entire laboratory. Little does Hogan know that the Doctor the Allies are sending is a beautiful female named Suzanne Lechay (Ruta Lee).

With a little luck, Hogan will get the nice doctor placed in the laboratory and also may receive a little kiss on the cheek from time-to-time. But with the research going well for the Germans, the only real thing that can be done is to blow up the building and all the files. It will be up to Hogans's gang and Dr. Lechay to make sure the mission is carried out.

Even though the plot is similar to other episodes, the use of Ruta Lee and scenes away from the Stalag, really helped the show. This was more of a serious episode but there are a few funny scene like when Schultz comes across Dr Lechay in an abandon barn. Instead of capturing her, he tells her to run away. That was some nice writing. Good show.


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