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Lady Chitterly's Lover: Part 2 

Lord Chitterly, an English traitor who looks like the bumbling Colonel Crittendon, enters Stalag 13 with information for the Germans. Crittendon is made up to replace the Lord and fool the Germans. The real Lord escapes.

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... Col. Hogan
... Col. Klink
... Sgt. Schultz
... LeBeau
... Newkirk
... Carter
... Baker
... Hilda
... Maj. Hochstetter
Anne Rogers ... Lady Leslie Chitterly
... General von Schlomm
... Colonel Crittendon / Sir Charles Chitterly
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Lord Chitterly, an English traitor who looks like the bumbling Colonel Crittendon, enters Stalag 13 with information for the Germans. Crittendon is made up to replace the Lord and fool the Germans. The real Lord escapes.

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18 October 1970 (USA)  »

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The title is from the novel 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' by D. H. Lawrence written in 1928. See more »

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Despite Chitterly disappearing and and reappearing twice no one, not even the Gestapo, pay any attention to his saying that he was held prisoner in an underground tunnel and that there are many tunnels. As security conscious as they were they would at least investigate his assertions. See more »

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Lady Leslie Chitterly: Come, Robert.
[takes Hogan's hand, both leave Klink's office]
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Retitle this episode 'The Stock-Market' . It crashed!
9 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

This episode was set-up so well in part one- but in this second part of the story it was as much fun as a wheelchair.

Basically, as we know from part one, Chitterly is a traitor that is to visit Hitler to discuss the English surrender. Hogan gets Crittendon to stand-in for Chitterly and bring the discussions to a halt. The viewer was all set-up as Ms Chitterly arrived and for the trip to Berlin.

But then the story almost turned into a soap opera as Ms Chitterly started to have feeling for Hogan. Now, instead of the Chitterly's visiting Hitler we are left with the Chitterly's and Hogan sitting down for a serious dinner. It was dull.

The only bright spot of the show was when Major Hochstetter (Howard Caine) arrived and began his Gestapo tactics that is the main-stream of the show. Other than that scenario, there was little in the form of humor. Bernard Fox is always terrific as the inept Crittendon but did not have much to work with in the second part of the script.

This story (part 1 and 2) could have been much better if shorten into a regular thirty minute show. There just was not enough interesting material for an entire hour for a comedy sitcom.


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