Lt. Claude Boucher, with his plane shot down, is brought to Stalag 13 for interrogation by Major Hochstetter. Boucher refuses to give any information, so Hochstetter employs the tactic of casting doubts on his fiancée's honor. Hogan, worried this may get results, lays plans to smuggle the girl into camp to prove her fidelity to Boucher.
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This was Felice Orlandi
's first appearance on the show. He appears as a pilot for the Free French in this episode, but in later appearances he would play French Resistance fighter Maurice Dubois. See more
At the end of the wedding ceremony, we hear the strains of the Mendelssohn recessional, part of the incidental music to the production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM which has since become popular. Mendelssohn's music, however, had been banned in the 3rd Reich in toto since 1937 and in all occupied countries. The reason for the ban was primarily because his grandfather was the noted philosopher Moses Mendelssohn, considered the father of Reform Judaism. Mendelssohn had also been the target of Richard Wagner's infamous 1850 article "Judaism in Music" published under the pseudonym of Mr Freethought (Freigedank) but expanded considerably in 1868 under Wagner's own name. See more
Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter
There is something afoot here, Klink. I smell it.
for A Midsummer Night's Dream, Opus 61 (uncredited)
Composed by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
(as Felix Mendelssohn) See more