Hogan has to help three German scientists escape from Stalag 13 and get to London.



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Hogan has to help three German scientists escape from Stalag 13 and get to London.

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27 December 1970 (USA)  »

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Major Hochstetter's car has a different license plate on front & back. The car is filmed several times in this episode. The front plate is WH 38495 & the rear plate is WH 54693. There are either two different plates or they were using two different cars. See more »


Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter: Until we catch those traitors, Stalag 13 will be under Gestapo control. No one in or out without my permission.
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Uh, what about me?
Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter: You may come and go as you please, Kommandant. Hopefully, you will go.
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Major Hochstetter is on the prow
11 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Three atomic scientist, who have been working for the Nazis, make their way to Stalag 13 in an attempt to escape Germany. From an experience on the road, they believe that Hogan and his men can help them get out of the country. But before Hogan can act, the Gestapo alerts Klink to arrest the three men and hold them for Major Hochstetter.

But because Klink's calls were being monitored, Hogan has the upper hand and hides the scientist in the tunnel. Now Hochstetter is combing the prison camp in order to find the three men. The Major does not plan on leaving the area until the three turn up.

Even though the concept of how the three finally end up leaving the camp is utterly preposterous, it did the chance for Howard Caine (Hochstetter) to perform his usual greatness as the stubborn and pompous Major. The way Mr Caine plays the role always makes for an comedy filled show. There is some good moments in the show that make for an enjoyable time. Good watch.

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