Hogan's Heroes: Season 4, Episode 13

Will the Real Colonel Klink Please Stand Up Against the Wall? (21 Dec. 1968)

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When Carter in the disguise of the camp kommandant and is seen near one of their operations, Klink could end up being tried for treason.

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When Carter in the disguise of the camp kommandant and is seen near one of their operations, Klink could end up being tried for treason.

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The title refers to the question asked on the American game how To Tell the Truth when the identity of the real guest is revealed to the guest panel. See more »

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A telephone pole is visible immediately outside Colonel Klink's office window, and LeBeau climbs it. A pole in that location would have had to be installed right through the wooden decking outside the building, and then extend up through the overhanging roof, a very unlikely position for a utility pole. The pole did not appear in any other episodes and was necessary only for action taking place in this one. See more »

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Col. Robert E. Hogan: Have you got everything straight?
Sgt. Andrew Carter: [dressed as Klink] Maybe you better run through it once more. Klink isn't too bright, you know.
[laughs. LeBeau glares at him]
Sgt. Andrew Carter: At 9:55, I go into the station master, and I tell him I have this package that has to go out on the Berlin Express. It's of great military importance.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: And if he asks any questions?
Sgt. Andrew Carter: I yell and scream at him, call him a few twelve-letter names, and if he still gives me an argument, I... think of something else.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: Carter, you overpower him ...
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Started slow but ended well
29 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There has been a rash of mishaps for the Germans and the Gestapo believes that Klink needs to be investigated. Major Hochstetter sends Klink an aide, Captain Herber, to report on Klink's actions.

In the meantime, Hogan is given the task of blowing up a train delivering plane parts that just happens to be in the area. Hogan has a plan of Carter dressing up as Klink to get out of the camp. But when Herber sees Klink's car driving away, he calls Hochstetter with the news that Klink is a traitor. The Gestapo descends on the prison camp and our devoted Commandant is in hot water.

This episode started out rather slow with little happening during the first half. But it picked up nicely after Schultz and Hogan have to wake up Klink. From the slow beginning it developed into an entertaining show. Good watch.


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