Radio detection equipment prohibits Hogan from using their usual radio so they borrow the one in Klink's car.



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Radio detection equipment prohibits Hogan from using their usual radio so they borrow the one in Klink's car.

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6 December 1970 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the movie The Big Broadcast (1932). See more »


Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter: You, *raus!*
Col. Robert E. Hogan: No, me Hogan.
[Hochstetter pulls out gun]
Col. Robert E. Hogan: Me leaving.
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References The Big Broadcast (1932) See more »

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Howard Caine does a great job in this episode
10 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, the Gestapo, lead by Major Hochstetter, has traced a radio signal to an area around Stalag 13. The Major believes that this radio transmission is coming from the head of all the underground so he is waiting, with full guards, to capture the illegal radio at a moment notice.

We know that the illegal radio happens to be Hogan's receiver. And it was just lucky that they stopped transmitting right before Hochstetter could get the true location. Now with a important Allied bombing to take place the following night, Hogan is going to have to come up with a plan where he can direct the bombers to the correct location. He is going to have to trick both Hochstetter and Klink so that he can have all the equipment necessary to carry out the mission. But in the end one of the tricks backfires.

Howard Caine is again wonderful as the arrogant Major Hochstetter. His portray of the Major makes even the most harden fan smile. And with a story that was interesting, the episode turned out to be an entertaining watch. This is a show full of comedy. Good watch.

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