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The Rise and Fall of Sergeant Schultz 

Hogan is stymied over how to rescue a captured member of the underground until a potential diversion - in the form of an old WWI buddy of Sgt. Schultz.

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London orders Hogan and his men to liberate a prisoner named Becker from the Gestapo...if he talks he could reveal vital information about the Underground operation. His security is tight and their first attempt fails when a diversion appears in the form a General who served with Schultz in the 1st World War. Hogan will have to manipulate their reunion to his advantage in order to effect Becker's escape. Written by tomtrekp

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21 October 1966 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the non-fiction history "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich", a 1960 book by William L. Shirer chronicling the general history of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945. See more »

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Near the end while Schultz is sitting in the chair holding a machine gun on the prisoners the shot over his shoulders shows him holding an MP-40 but when the shot switches to show Schultz he is holding a Thompson and when the shot switches again to over his shoulder he is holding an MP-40 again. See more »

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Another fine written episode
23 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

There is an important underground agent, Scott Becker, that has been captured by the Gestapo. With all the valuable information that Becker knows, London sends a message to Hogan to promote the escape of Becker ASAP. But with Becker being guarded by two Gestapo officers in the local hotel, it will be difficult to spring the agent.

Meanwhile in the prison camp, Klink is expecting one of the most important Generals in the Third Reich. General Kammler has just been assigned as the Commander of the military district and is on his way to inspect Stalag 13. Upon arriving in camp, we learn that Kammler and Schultz served together in WW1. In fact Kammler says that Schultz saved his life. Kammler has even offered Schultz a change in assignments which Schultz refused. However, Kammler wants Klink to keep him abreast of all of Schultz's activities.

Well it is not long before Klink, wanting to promote himself in from of Kammler, wants to give Schultz a medal. Klink invites Kammler to the ceremony that will be in the same hotel where the agent is being kept. Hogan now has a chance.

Another enjoyable episode. Clever writing and nice acting comes together to give us viewers another fine show. Was not really sure why Klink was never removed from his post but that is all part of a TV sitcom. With the comedy high and the story interesting- you can not help but like this episode.


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