Hogan gets Klink to deal in supposedly rare cuckoo clocks so that he can send out information.



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Hogan gets Klink to deal in supposedly rare cuckoo clocks so that he can send out information.

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12 December 1969 (USA)  »

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Col. Wilhelm Klink: Now, is there anything I can get you, General, before you go to sleep - perhaps a glass of warm milk?
General der Infanterie Albert Burkhalter: Warm milk?
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Ah, I always have a glass before bedtime makes me sleep like a baby.
General der Infanterie Albert Burkhalter: Take my word, Klink, this is no time to be a sound sleeper.
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Oh, I appreciate your concern, General, but I can assure you, you need not worry about my life being in danger.
General der Infanterie Albert Burkhalter: I'm not worried about your life. If they get you, I am next.
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This episode seemed dull compared to others.
5 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode Hogan has some information that needs to be passed on to the French underground concerning an Allied invasion. However the Germans have knocked out the underground connections in the area and it will be impossible to send messages via contacts. Hogan has to think of a way to get the information into France.

Klink has just purchased a tourist cuckoo clock but Hogan tells him that the clock is an rare antique and offers Klink one hundred dollars for the clock. Klink, who only paid about ten dollars for the clock, tells Hogan that he can get his hands on some more of the rare clocks. He will then send a clock to antique dealers around western Europe to get the clock appraised. Hogan now has a way to get info out of the camp.

There is not much to this story that was a cause for interest. The script seemed dull compared to others as the only funny scenes involved Burkhalter hearing a ticking sound coming from the guest room. This is one of those times that the script was in need of some help.

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