Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Kommandant Schultz 

Schultz is now the temporary Kommandant of Satalg 13 and starts to abuse his new power.



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Norbert Schiller ...
Walter Janovitz ...
Oscar Schnitzer (as Walter Janowitz)


Schultz is now the temporary Kommandant of Satalg 13 and starts to abuse his new power.

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1 November 1970 (USA)  »

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Corporal Langenscheidt's final appearance, although the actor portraying him, Jon Cedar, goes on to make one final appearance. See more »


When Klink goes to smash Schultz's monocle, he places it near the top of the book cover. In the close up when he smashes the monocle, its in the center. See more »


Col. Wilhelm Klink: Oh, this is so degrading. Having to relay orders of a man like that. Honestly, I could cry.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: I wouldn't do that, sir. What good is a rusty monocle?
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Degrading Schultz will never make a good show.
10 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When orders are given that non-commission officers are to be given leadership training, Burkhalter tells Klink to make Schultz the Commandant. Even though the promotion is only temporary, Schultz will have all the authority as Klink. However the leadership goes to Schultz's head and he rules the camp with a rigid hand. And with a officer that needs to get back to London, Hogan has to find a way to soften this Schultz command.

Hogan teams up with Klink so that two prisoners, Newkirk and LeBeau, will escape. It will be reported to Burkhalter and then Klink will resume command. Everything goes as plan and Klink is restored. Now will Hogan be able to get the officer back to London?

We, the viewer, basically know the outcome of the situation even before it is shown. And we have all come to love the characters that are part of the Hogan family. Sgt. Schultz is the big lovable bear that always 'sees nothing' and we have fondness for his character. Perhaps the writers went overboard when Klink was reinstated. It was an uncomfortable scene when Klink degraded our lovable Schultz like he was some kind of criminal when he was only doing what he was told. It felt awkward. And made the whole episode feel dissatisfied. Not the kind of show we want to see.

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