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Hogan wants to get the plans for a new German bomb sight.




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Hogan wants to get the plans for a new German bomb sight.

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Comedy | War





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7 November 1969 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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When the staff car is blown up by the bomb and the wreckage is seen, it is the very same wreckage used at the end of Season 2 'Tanks for the Memories' show. See more »


While the German word "Hühner" does mean "chickens", and "Habicht" does mean "hawk", the German word for "chicken hawk" is "Hühnerfalke". The word "Hühnerhabicht" is German for "goshawk", a different type of bird that also preys on poultry. See more »

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Felt like a rerun the first time around.
4 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, the German High Command is set to view a demonstration of a new weapon that just so happens to be shown at Stalag 13. The new weapon is called a Chicken-hawk bomb. It has a new device that can pin point radio signals and direct the bomb toward the target. It will change the war for the Germans.

Of course Hogan will try to steal the plans for the bomb that is located in Klink's safe. But things keep going wrong for Hogan and it looks like the test will go along without a hitch. But we all know Hogan is not going to be defeated that easy.

This is another of the routine scripts where Hogan has to stop a German device before it can be used against the Allies. The producers threw in a little fireworks in order to make the viewer distinguish the script from so many others. It was good the first few times around but now the concept is getting old.

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