Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Will the Real Adolf Please Stand Up? 

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With camp security raised, Hogan and his men are desperate to smuggle some top-secret of German fortifications to allies. The solution? Make liberal use of Carter's remarkable impersonation of Adolf Hitler!

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With camp security raised, Hogan and his men are desperate to smuggle some top-secret of German fortifications to allies. The solution? Make liberal use of Carter's remarkable impersonation of Adolf Hitler!

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2 December 1966 (USA)  »

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When Newkirk introduces Carter in his guise as Hitler, he calls him Adolph Schicklgruber. That had been the original family name of Hitler's, as his father had been an illegitimate child and did not assume the Hitler surname until his mother got married years later and then took on the Hitler name. See more »

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When Carter imitates Bette Davis he uses the line "What A Dump!" This comes from BEYOND THE FOREST which was not released until 1949. See more »

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References To Tell the Truth (1956) See more »

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This episode needed something
5 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the episode that Carter first dressed up like Hitler (a part he will play many times throughout the series) giving him more of a part other than the explosive expert. Even though the disguise would not have fooled anyone, for the sake of the show, it appears all was taken in my the trimmed lip hair and the loud talking. And the somewhat small reason that Carter assumed the costume was that they needed to get some important information to the allies.

For whatever reason this episode seemed to use the prop of impersonating Hitler without much more going on in the story. It was such a small matter that when the episode ends the viewer is unsure why the lampoon was needed in the first place. Larry Hovis was nice in the part but just could not carry interest the entire show.

There are at least two real funny lines in the episode. When General Burkhalter is going to introduce himself to Hitler then the overheard conversation makes him change his mind. Plus, at the end, when Schultz tells Hogan what he can say in a letter to Hitler-- both are funny stuff.


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