The Germans have stolen a gold shipment from the French and Hogan must convince Klink to have it moved to the safety of Stalag 13.
Did You Know?
As they are dipping the bricks in molten gold so they look like gold bars, the soldier handling the basket for the cooling/drying process has gold all over his hands. The melting point of gold is 1,948F (1,064C) so his hands would have been severely burned after the first contact with it. In fact, any of them working near the pot of molten gold would have had to wear protective clothing and gloves to shield themselves from the heat. See more
Sgt. James 'Kinch' Kinchloe
[skims through a collection of maps and finds Pittsburg
Pittsburg? We had guys escape to Pittsburg?
Not "to" - "from".
References The Gold Rush