Hogan's Heroes: Season 5, Episode 20

One Army at a Time (13 Feb. 1970)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | War
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Dressed in a German uniform for an operation, Carter finds himself serving in the German army.

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Dressed in a German uniform for an operation, Carter finds himself serving in the German army.

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At the beginning while down in the tunnel, Carter's helmet has an insignia on the side. But when they come up from tree trunk, the insignia is gone for the rest of the scenes. See more »

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Col. Wilhelm Klink: Good riddance!
Col. Robert E. Hogan: Hochstetter's not such a bad guy, sir.
Col. Wilhelm Klink: There's one nice thing about his being here. It's so good when he leaves.
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Carter joins the German army.
8 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While out of the camp on a mission to blow up a bridge, Hogan and his men run into a German patrol. Even though they are dressed like German guards, it is everyman for himself as the patrol closes in. Everyone is safe except for Carter. He has been captured by the Patrol. But the patrol thinks Carter, in the German uniform, is one of them and has just broken up a sabotage attempt at the bridge. Carter goes back to the German base where he is thought as some kind of hero.

Later Carter is able to escape and head back to Stalag 13. But Hogan has a plan where Carter will stay in the German army till the mission is completed. And with Hochstetter on the prow, it is touch-and-go a few times for Carter.

Even though this was a down right ridiculous concept, it did play well on the screen. The ever present dislike that Klink has for Hochstetter is always good for a laugh making the show entertaining even with the wild concept. Plus it was nice to see Larry Hovis given the lead for an episode.


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