Hogan's Heroes: Season 5, Episode 22

Six Lessons from Madame LaGrange (27 Feb. 1970)

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Hogan and a German singer try and stop the arrest of local Allied agents.

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Hogan and a German singer try and stop the arrest of local Allied agents.

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Near the end when Hogan is sitting at a table drinking a beer, Lily comes over to sit with him. The drink in the glass is foamy and just over half filled. When the camera changes to a closer look. The beer glass is full and flat. Then back to the wide shot and the glass is half filled. See more »

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Col. Wilhelm Klink: Oh, you should have been there. I danced every dance with her, while Major Hochstetter was sitting there with sauerbraten on his face.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: Well, you could have asked Lily to dance with him at least once.
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Hogan, you don't understand. The man can't dance.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: You're kidding.
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Confidentially, I've never seen a Gestapo man that could. Oh, they're great goose-steppers, but nothing on the dance floor.
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Hochstetter takes a dancing lesson.
8 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hogan visits a nightclub where the famous Lily Frankel sings. Unknown to most Lily is an undercover agent working for the Allies. She informs Hogan that one of the underground workers has turned double-agent and has a list to give Major Hochstetter that has all the agents names including Hogan and his men. He is to meet Hochstetter in a few days here at the night-club.

Hochstetter waste no time as he comes to Stalag 13 to take over operations pending the meeting. But when he finds out that Lily is dating Klink but prefers Gestapo men, he wants his chance with her. The problem is that he cannot dance. Hogan has a plan where Hochstetter will not be able to meet the contact at the night club. It will involve LeBeau giving some dancing lessons that turns out to be an awkward situation even for the viewer.

Another interesting fresh script that was entertaining to watch. There are some funny scenes when Klink thinks he is the light of all women's eye and also when Hochstetter takes a dance lesson. All adds up to fun in this nice episode.


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