Hogan's Heroes: Season 6, Episode 11

Operation Tiger (29 Nov. 1970)

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Tiger, the pretty French underground fighter, is going to be executed in Berlin and Hogan's Heroes are to the rescue.



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Oscar Schnitzer (as Walter Janowitz)


Tiger, the pretty French underground fighter, is going to be executed in Berlin and Hogan's Heroes are to the rescue.

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Comedy | War





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29 November 1970 (USA)  »

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This was the first episode to be co-produced by 'Bob Crane Enterprises [us]'. See more »


At one point, there is a scene of the train engine. The numbers on the engine are backwards indicating that the film was flipped. See more »


References The Lone Ranger (1938) See more »

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10 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a routine script as another undercover agent has been captured by the Gestapo and they just happen to be passing close to Stalag 13. Hogan will make a grand plan that will hopefully free the agent.

The only thing different in this tale is that the underground agent happens to be a woman named Tiger that had saved Hogan's life a few years ago. London advised that it was too dangerous and told Hogan and his men not attempt her escape. But Hogan, the gentleman that he is, cannot resist a female in distress and violates orders to try and free the woman from the hands of the Gestapo.

There is nothing in this script that stirs much interest. It felt like so many episodes in the past but only the names had been changed. I feel sure when the writers have to come up with twenty-five scripts per year that some are going to be closely repeated. Yet, we do not need to give them a round of applause for a script that has already been done. Here is hoping for a fresh scripts to finish the final season of the series.

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