Bumbling British Colonel Crittedon again disrupts Hogan's plans to get out an Allied officer.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Carla (as Angela Dorian)
Laurie Main ...
Major Shawcross


Bumbling British Colonel Crittedon again disrupts Hogan's plans to get out an Allied officer.

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Comedy | War





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9 September 1967 (USA)  »

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At the time of this episode's broadcast Victoria Vetri was also Playboy's Playmate for September 1967 (as Angela Dorian). See more »


Col. Robert E. Hogan: [discussing the Crittendon Plan] All I can say, Crittendon, is it better be good.
Colonel Crittendon: Good? It's superb. Imagine the morale boost to those young flying chaps, setting down in dear old England between a carpet of crimson geraniums.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: Geraniums?
Sgt. Andrew Carter: Geraniums?
Colonel Crittendon: Straight from the horror of war. Like coming home to mother's cottage. Tremendous psychological factor there, chaps.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: That's The Crittendon Plan?
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Crittendon joins Hogan to blow up a rocket fuel tunnel
4 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode Col. Hogan is ordered by London to free Colonel Crittendon from another Stalag in order that his plan can be used to blow up a tunnel used for rocket fuel. To pull of the plan, Hogan must contact and work with a nervous underground team. It will turn out that a different Crittendon has the real sabotage plan, and that the bungling Crittendon (Bernard Fox) has to be used instead.

Sgt. Carter escapes to provide cover for the operation, so that Hogan can go searching for Carter with Sgt. Schultz. The search as you would guess takes long enough for Carter to join Hogan in blowing up the tunnel.

When Carter is returned after 3 days, Klink's no escape record is intact, the Germans are minus some rocket fuel, Schultz gets a three day pass for the recapture, and of course... Hogan gets a grateful commandant's appreciation.

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