An American journalist is rescued by Hogan; he is sworn to secrecy and sent back to the states. He breaks his word writing an article without naming names. It still causes problems.

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An American journalist is rescued by Hogan; he is sworn to secrecy and sent back to the states. He breaks his word writing an article without naming names. It still causes problems.

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30 November 1968 (USA)  »

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Among the 162 film credits Richard Erdman (Hobson) also played the "Baracks Chief" Hoffy in "Stalag 17". Hoffy would not have approved of Hobson's article. See more »

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Col. Wilhelm Klink: [after sending Maj. Hochstetters spy out of the office, making him believe they're gonna raid the prisoner's barracks Wednesday night] Tuesday night.
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Tuesday?
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Hogan thinks he can outsmart me. He'll try to use the tunnel a day earlier and really escape. But I shall be waiting for him. And I won't have to share credit with Major Hochstetter. Am I not clever?
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: Could I think about that, Herr Commandant?
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Yes, Schultz. I want you to give that a lot of thought... on your way to the Eastern Front.
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Hogan is nearly sold-out by an American journalist
28 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hogan and his men rescue an American journalist that was shot down over Germany. They take him to the prison camp where they will get him back to the states. When he gets home he prints an article that he was rescued by POW's in a German Stalag camp. Now the Gestapo is investigating all the prison camps.

Major Hochstetter sends one of his men as a prison guard and Hogan knows that the Major will not give up until something is found. So Hogan gets his men to dig a tunnel for Klink and Hochstetter to find hoping the heat will get off of their operation.

This was a nice plot that worked out well. The story was interesting and the humor laughable. It seems like if the writers can make the story and humor likable then the show is entertaining. Good watch.


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