Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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The Most Escape-Proof Camp I've Ever Escaped From 

Col. Klink's "no escape" record is jeopardized when Malcom Flood, a British escape artist, lands in Stalag 13 and intends to continue his impressive escape record - a plan likely to ... See full summary »

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Col. Klink's "no escape" record is jeopardized when Malcom Flood, a British escape artist, lands in Stalag 13 and intends to continue his impressive escape record - a plan likely to endanger Col. Hogan's scheduled rendezvous with an OSS agent. Written by Anonymous

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Col. Wilhelm Klink: Colonol Hogan, this is the last time I am going to tell you this for the last time!
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An escape could harm Hogan's operation
7 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode begins when a British officer, Sgt Flood, is brought into camp by the SS. It seems that Flood has been able to escape from nearly all the prison camps and with Klink's record he will try Stalag 13. But even before he is turned over to Klink, Flood finds a way to escape before being recaptured when a car would not start.

With Schultz guarding Flood, you know it will not be long before Flood will try another attempt. But his escape may not only harm Klink's unblemished record it may also halt the operations of Hogan.

A rather nice plot that was given some leeway in order to make the episode end in a favorable manner. An entertaining episode that interesting to the very end. Nice watch.


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