Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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The Meister Spy 

Posing as German officers, the heroes try to get a German spy to disclose who he was working with.

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Col. Klink
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Sgt. Schultz
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LeBeau
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Newkirk
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Carter
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Baker
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Lieutenant J.B. Miller
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Herr Schneer (as Oscar Beregi)
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Herr Mayerink
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Fraulein Kissinger (as Eva von Fielitz)
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Posing as German officers, the heroes try to get a German spy to disclose who he was working with.

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17 January 1971 (USA)  »

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This is the second, and last time Carter dresses up as Hitler, the first time being Hogan's Heroes: Will the Real Adolf Please Stand Up? (1966). See more »

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When Carter dresses like Hitler and takes over Klink's Office to trick a spy into giving Hogan his contact's name, they show Klink's office door (which is supposed to be Hitler's office) and it still has Col. Wilhelm Klink's nameplate on it. They pan to Hogan and Newkirk and then back to Carter in his Hitler getup and the door suddenly has just "Privat." See more »

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Major Martin: [in disbelief] You're an American.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: Someone around here has to be.
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This is a leak in the Allied High Command.
11 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

The episode begins when an Allied aircraft loses power and had to land in a field. The airmen are brought to Stalag 13 where they are incarcerated.

Lt. Miller tells Hogan that they were able to land thanks to Captain Martin's actions. The entire crew owes their life to his quick emergency decisions. But when they find out that Captain Martin is in Klink's office, Hogan wants to listen in. What they learn is that Captain Martin is really Hans Strausser, an agent of Germany. He has some vital information that needs to be relayed to the German High Command. Strausser has plans of the next Allied offensive. He could have only got that information from someone leaking information from the Allied command. Hogan has to find out who, in the top Allied brass, is leaking the information to the Germans.

This episode held the viewer's attention from the beginning to the end. There was no time to get bored since we go from one scene to another- in order to get this entertaining tale completed before the time allotment ends. As we are half-way through the final season, things should be dropping off. But actually it seems the shows are getting better. This is one of those better shows.


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