Hogan's Heroes: Season 6, Episode 4

Lady Chitterly's Lover: Part 1 (11 Oct. 1970)

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Lord Chitterly, an English traitor who looks like the bumbling Colonel Crittendon, enters Stalag 13 with information for the Germans. Crittendon is made up to replace the Lord and fool the Germans.

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Lady Leslie Chitterly
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Lord Chitterly, an English traitor who looks like the bumbling Colonel Crittendon, enters Stalag 13 with information for the Germans. Crittendon is made up to replace the Lord and fool the Germans.

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The title is from the novel 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' by D. H. Lawrence written in 1928. See more »

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Schultz answers the phone and says that the General's car just came through the main gate. He and Klink then talk for a minute or so then the shot switches to outside showing the car just coming through the gate. See more »

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The episode sets us up for part two.
9 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When a British traitor, Sir Charles Chitterly, comes parachuting into camp with the agreement from the German High Command to take the German rules for surrender back to England. It seems that Chitterly is working with the Germans and wants to put pressure on the British government to end the war. When in camp, Hitler sends one of his highest officer to bring Chitterly back to Berlin.

It just so happens that Chitterly looks just like Colonel Crittendon, the bumbling British officer. So Hogan thinks of a plan where his men will help Crittendon escape from another prison camp and will be the stand-in for Chitterly. And the entire plan works out well until Ms Chitterly is set to arrive. Now the whole plan may be foiled.

Not being a fan of two part sitcom, this episode set up the second part of the story very well. The script was fresh, the story interesting and enough humor to keep the viewer entertained. The second part of the story is set up well. We can only hope that part two is just as entertaining as the first part.


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