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?
A gold bar the size of the bricks used would weigh close to seventy pounds. A box full of such bricks couldn't be lifted by one average soldier, much less passed from man to man like a bucket brigade as shown. It would also be impossible for them to be lifted with tongs, hung from the belt or lifted by LeBeau. See more
Sgt. James 'Kinch' Kinchloe
[skims through a collection of maps and finds Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh? We had guys escape to Pittsburgh?
Not "to" - "from".
References The Gold Rush