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"Hogan's Heroes" Two Nazis for the Price of One (1967)

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Original Air Date:
30 December 1967 (Season 3, Episode 17)
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Plot:
A Gestapo officer who knows all about the Stalag 13 operation blackmails Hogan to find out about the Manhattan Project. | Add synopsis »
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A nice plot that came across rather dull. See more (2 total) »

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Episode Crew
Directed by
Bruce Bilson 
 
Writing credits
Phil Sharp (written by)

Bernard Fein (creator) and
Albert S. Ruddy (creator) (as Albert Ruddy)

Produced by
William A. Calihan Jr. .... associate producer (as William A. Calihan)
Edward H. Feldman .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Gordon Avil 
 
Film Editing by
Michael Kahn 
 
Art Direction by
Rolland M. Brooks 
Eugene Harris  (as Eugene H. Harris)
 
Set Decoration by
Edward M. Parker 
 
Costume Design by
Ray Harp  (as Ray R. Harp)
Marjorie Wahl 
 
Makeup Department
Armand Delmar .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
William A. Calihan Jr. .... unit production manager (as W.A. Calihan)
Houseley Stevenson Jr. .... post-production supervisor (as Houseley Stevenson)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Floyd Joyer .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Wallace R. Bearden .... sound engineer (as Wallace Bearden)
Robert G. Henderson .... sound editor (as Bob Henderson)
 
Editorial Department
Jerry London .... editorial supervisor
 
Music Department
Jerry Fielding .... composer: theme music
Milton Lustig .... music editor
 
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USA:30 min | 30 min (including commercials)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
At one point a Nazi officer questions Hogan about what he knows of the Manhattan Project, the American atomic bomb project led by the physicist Robert Oppenheimer. Coincidentally, the German officer is played by actor Alan Oppenheimer,See more »
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Factual errors: Hochstetter says that the 504th Bomb Group had been taken out of action and returned to the U.S. In fact, the 509th Composite Bomb Group was created from scratch and was not an existing Bomb Group.See more »
Quotes:
Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter:Of course, we could give you the time to think it over in a special cell we have. It's not big enough to stand up in, and it is not big enough to lie down in.
Col. Robert E. Hogan:Sounds like a hotel room I once had in Cleveland.
Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter:During the days, the temperature is 140 degrees, and at night, it is below freezing.
Col. Robert E. Hogan:That's the hotel, all right.
Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter:Then, if you still won't talk, you will be starved, tortured and then shot. Well, Colonel, what you say, hmm?
Col. Robert E. Hogan:What can I say? You've made me homesick for Cleveland.
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
A nice plot that came across rather dull., 6 August 2014
Author: kfo9494 from United States

In this episode we have a high ranking officer in the Gestapo, Freitag, that has learned, from an informant in London, all about the workings of Colonel Hogan and his gang. Freitag knows all about the secret radio and the tunnels and is holding the information in order to learn about a secret American research called the 'Manhattan Project'. The only bad things is that Hogan knows absolutely nothing about the project and even gets a cold shoulder from his contacts when he asks. So Hogan has to make out that he knows about the project to find out how much Freitag really knows about the goings-on at Stalag 13.

When Hogan finds out that Freitag is a self-centered person that trust no one with information, Hogan comes up with a plan to eliminate the German. But things do not go according to plan.

For whatever reason this episode just did not have the interest as many of the other shows in this third season. It just seemed illogical that only one person in the entire German army would be silent on such a breach of security at a prison camp. There is nothing wrong with the plot, it was the script that was dull.

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