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Hogan convinces Klink and the Gestapo that the war is over so that they will release some prisoners.




Episode complete credited cast:
Sgt. Andrew Carter (credit only)
Frank Marth ...
Inspector General Busse
Peter Marko ...
Chris Anders ...


Hogan convinces Klink and the Gestapo that the war is over so that they will release some prisoners.

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Comedy | War





Release Date:

27 January 1968 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


In this show it is learned that Sergeant Schultz is the owner of the Schatzi Toy Company. The Government had taken over the company for the war effort. See more »


When LeBeau bends to swap Schultz's newspapers, a large palm tree of a kind that can't grow anywhere in Germany is visible. See more »


Col. Wilhelm Klink: Schultz, close the gates! The war is back on!
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References Death Takes a Holiday (1934) See more »

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An all out funny episode.
27 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hochstetter has just rounded up leader of the underground movement and taken them to Stalag 13. Hogan knows that this will cause a void in the underground if they cannot escape. But Hochstetter has doubled the guard after a failed escape and now the only way the leaders are going to see freedom is if the war comes to an end.

That is exactly what Hogan is going to make Klink and Hochstetter to believe. Hogan and his men set up some phony radio messages and a crank phone call to make the Germans think the war has come to an end. Hogan is hoping that Hochstetter will release the underground prisoners as a good jester show by the Gestapo.

This was a humorous show that had lots of laughs. Howard Caine, as Hochstetter, is at his best in this performance as the Gestapo Major will end up in some serious trouble with the boys back in Berlin. An all out funny episode that was entertaining from beginning to end.

Note- Larry Hovis does not appear in this episode. His lines were filled by William Christopher playing a prisoner named Thomas.

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