Hogan and his men smuggle a woman into the camp. Her name is Greta and she is a member of the Hammelburg Underground. She informs Hogan that his sabotage efforts in the area have the ... See full summary »

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Hogan and his men smuggle a woman into the camp. Her name is Greta and she is a member of the Hammelburg Underground. She informs Hogan that his sabotage efforts in the area have the Gestapo whipped into a frenzy and that it is jeopardizing their efforts to smuggle out escaped prisoners. While this is going on, a Wehrmacht General wants to use Stalag 13 as a rest camp for Wehrmacht officers at the same time a Gestapo Colonel has designs on the camp as an interrogation facility for Hammelburg citizens. Hogan and his men play the two officers against each other while helping Greta with her problems. Written by tomtrekp

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14 October 1966 (USA)  »

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This is the first episode where Howard Caine, who would later play recurring Gestapo Major Hochstetter, used Hochstetter's famous line "Who is this man?" (later "What is this man doing here?") about Colonel Hogan. See more »

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Klink is in the middle of two chest-thumping officers
23 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After being rather disappointed in the first four episodes of season two, this show takes us back to what made the series famous. There are lots of laughs and an amusing story that comes together to make an entertaining production.

In short, Hogan has pit two German officers against each other with Klink in the middle. General Von Kattenhorn (Jacques Aubuchon) and Gestapo Colonel Feldkamp (Howard Caine) are at each others throat as each man is pushing his authority around like it was in a baby carriage. The main reason is that Hogan is using the problems to take away pressure from the Hammelburg underground that is being harassed by the Gestapo. With the two German officers going at each other, Hogan can give the underground time to evade the Gestapo tactics. Plus throw Klink into this mess and you have a show worth watching.

There is a lot of good material in this episode. With some nice acting and a flexible script, this episode was entertaining. Here is hoping that more episodes in the season will be just as enjoyable as this.


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