Visiting General Von Kaplow arrives in camp with a briefcase chained to his wrist. Hogan then sets up a dinner party with the general as the guest of honor and during the party Newkirk steals the briefcase just long enough for LeBeau to take photos of the contents which are battle plans. Hogan then sets up an elaborate scheme where Klink is tricked into thinking the Germans are losing the war and the allied tanks are just days away from liberating Stalag 13. Also included in the plan are a pair of RAF officers posing as a Luftwaffe film crew who will take the film of the documents out of camp and back to England. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
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When the prisoners convince Schultz that the Germans are losing the war, Hogan dictates a letter to Kinchloe that professes to the Allies that Schultz was a benevolent captor. Hogan asks that it be typed up and signed by all the prisoners. In the next scene, Schultz shows the letter to Klink, but it is all hand-written. See more