The prisoners create an elaborate underground ruse to fool a German spy that has been placed in their ranks.
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Klink briefly speaks German to the informant and then is told by him that, as a spy, he cannot risk even thinking in German. It is one of the few times that Klink - or any of the characters - actually utters a full sentence in German. See more
When Hogan describes how sophisticated their equipment is that is used to fool the Germans, he states that their sound recordings are "stereophonic." Stereo recordings and playback equipment would not become available to the public until the mid 1950's, well after the end of World War II. See more
[after meeting Carter in the woods; to the dogs that have come after him
Not yet, stupid! After I get clear!
[the dogs sit and wait patiently