Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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The Kommandant Dies at Dawn 

Again Hogan uses Klink to deliver information to the underground but he's arrested by the Gestapo for treason on other grounds and Hogan and his men must find a way to free him before they find it on him.

Director:

Richard Kinon

Writers:

Arthur Julian, Bernard Fein (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Bob Crane ... Col. Hogan
Werner Klemperer ... Col. Klink
John Banner ... Sgt. Schultz
Robert Clary ... LeBeau
Richard Dawson ... Newkirk
Ivan Dixon ... Kinchloe
Larry Hovis ... Carter
Ned Wertimer ... Field Marshal Kesselring
Ben Wright ... Major Feldkamp
Inger Stratton ... Fraulein Ziegler
Walter Janovitz Walter Janovitz ... German Vendor
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Again Hogan uses Klink to deliver information to the underground but he's arrested by the Gestapo for treason on other grounds and Hogan and his men must find a way to free him before they find it on him.

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Genres:

Comedy | War

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 October 1969 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Hogan twice refers Klink and Schultz as Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, the first time by their last names, the second time by their first names. See more »

Goofs

Background changes when LeBeau explains why they should buy from the vegetable peddler. See more »

Quotes

Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: It's going to snow again. The weather is getting a little nippy.
Cpl. Peter Newkirk: Yes, good thing the mail arrived.
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: Why? Are you expecting any warm clothing?
Cpl. Peter Newkirk: No, I use the letters to cover the holes in my underwear.
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: I could use a few letters myself.
Col. Robert E. Hogan: Yeah, in your case, Schultz, you'd need the New York Times. Sunday edition.
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References The General Died at Dawn (1936) See more »

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With help from Hogan, Klink may avoid a firing squad
3 September 2014 | by kfo9494See all my reviews

When Field Marshal Kesselring visits the prison camp, Klink all of the sudden provides information that is top secret in the German Army. Field Marshal Kesselring arrests Klink and sentence him to death by firing squad.

The rest of the episode is Klink getting ready to face his demise and Schultz telling everybody that there is good news and bad news. Nothing wrong with the script but it just seemed all to routine.

By the time the episode ends we have been treated to another show that really has little interest in the story. But we can thank Hogan as he will come to the aide of his Commandant with a scheme even Klink is oblivious too. Not a highly entertaining show but one that at least seems plausible.


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