When one of Klink's old friends goes on his honeymoon, Hogan hitches a ride to get some radios to Paris.

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When one of Klink's old friends goes on his honeymoon, Hogan hitches a ride to get some radios to Paris.

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8 February 1969 (USA)  »

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When Marlene left Klinks office she was wearing a pink suit, black stole and no hat. When she got outside a minute later she was wearing a light purple suit with a black and white striped stole and a matching hat See more »

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After Corporal LeBeau's bogus escape attempt, Colonel Klink states he will transfer him to Stalag 4. He states Stalag 4 is located in France some forty miles from Paris. The actual Stalag Luft IV was located in Tychowo, Poland. See more »

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Nice story but was lacking in areas.
2 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hogan has to get some radios from the underground in German to the underground in France. But the first plan goes wrong and now he is left with the radios and no way to get the to Paris.

It just so happens that Count Rudolf Von Heffernick makes a visit to the camp. But the reason for his visit is extremely odd. He happens to be engaged to a beautiful woman named Marlene. But it turns out that Marlene is an old flame of Klink and the Count wants to make sure that she has no more feeling for Klink. Basically he is telling Klink, when Marlene visits, to make sure that that any feeling are cut. And if Klink goes along with the plan the the Count and Marlene are going to France for their honeymoon. --Hogan now has a way to get the radios to the underground.

There is not much to the episode. There is really only one good scene and that is when Marlene visits the camp. Too bad that scene came right at the end of the show. And when the show concludes we still are not sure if Hogan accomplished the task--we have to assume. A nice plot that should have been better.


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