Klink and Hogan's men together head to the Russian front on a suicide mission to steal some secret documents.



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Count von Waffenschmidt


Klink and Hogan's men together head to the Russian front on a suicide mission to steal some secret documents.

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10 October 1969 (USA)  »

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The title is a parody of the title of the series and was used in a Mad Magazine parody. See more »

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Nita Talbot makes this far-fetched episode watchable.
3 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Nita Talbot returns as the sexy Russian spy, Marya, as she uses her web to lasso a German General plus also has time to drop by the Stalag and say hello, in her usual way, to everyone in camp.

The story involves General Count Von Waffenschmidt transferring some German secrets to the Russian front. Marya is his arm-candy as they ride into the prison camp to see old friends. The General already knows that Marya is a Russian spy and what he is doing is trying to catch other informants of the lovely Russian. It just so happens that he catches Hogan and Newkirk trying to steal the secrets and places them in the cooler for the Gestapo. After returning from Russia the General will personally see to their participation in a firing squad.

Thereafter, the story kind of turns weird as Klink is tricked by Carter, dressed up like a General, which has all the gang going to the Russian front on a suicide mission. It gets so outrageous that Klink is even told that he will be in charge of the mission. So now we have the entire Hogan gang and Klink on a train ride to Russia.

This episode could have been a disaster had it not been for the brilliant work of Ms Talbot. She is again perfectly cast as the sensuous spy that walks on both sides of the line. Her performance makes the show entertaining even with the far-out concept. Nice watch.

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