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Hogan's Heroes focuses on a group of American soldiers, led by Colonel Hogan, who are confined in a Nazi prisoner of war camp called Stalag 13 during World War II. While trapped in Stalag 13, the inmates conduct an espionage and sabotage campaign right under the noses of their warders. Because the Germans, led by the bumbling Colonel Wilhelm Klink, are often gullible, the real strength of Hogan's men are the elaborate ruses and sometimes dangerous lengths they will go to complete their mission.
At Stalag 13, a German prisoner-of-war camp, Colonel Robert Hogan and his fellow cohorts are a subversive group with many hidden talents. However, a spy has been planted amongst the men by the Germans. And when he learns of the gang's subversive operations, "Hogan's Heroes" must act fast to discredit him.
When Colonel Klink boasts that the Nazis' new tiger tank will lead the Germans to victory, Colonel Hogan devises a plan to get his hands on one of the vehicles, have it dismantled, send its blueprints to the Allies, and reassemble it --right under Klink's nose.
To give a scientist access to a rocket being kept in Stalag 13, Col. Hogan arranges for Kommandant Klink to receive an award.
Running a model POW camp is the only thing Klink has ever done well and he's about to be promoted if the prisoners can't succeed in making him look bad.
Hogan's plan to smuggle a baroness out of Germany is put in jeopardy when the Stalag receives a new senior POW who doesn't believe the prisoners should be engaged in espionage.
Having kidnapped a German general, Hogan must convince General Schmidt that he is in need of medical attention in order to learn the location of his attack center.
After an Allied bombing mission fails to take out the Adolf Hitler bridge, Hogan's team robs the camp arsenal to get the job done via sabotage.
With guards combing the woods for two escapees, Hogan will have to make the Germans nervous enough to drop their guard if he wants to deliver battle plans to London.
A barrel of heavy water is on its way to Berlin where it will be used in atomic research if Hogan can't find a way to steal it.
After Col. Klink bugs Hogan's quarters, the team scripts their own radio dramas in order to convince Klink that Hogan is a Nazi sympathizer.
Sergeant Schultz is relieved of his post after being found drunk on duty. It's up to the POWs to get rid of the new sergeant and rescue Schultz' career.
Corporal LeBeau masquerades as a French chemist while the prisoners smuggle the real scientist out of Germany.
Two ruthless officers threaten Klink into pledging much more than he can afford as a gift to the Führer, leaving Hogan's team to come up with the cash to protect the commandant.
When General Burkhalter threatens to close Stalag 13, Hogan convinces the Germans that they're sitting on an oil well.
The escape business becomes complicated when twenty unexpected escapees from Stalag 9 arrive on the doorstep, even more so when the soldier who led the break-out tries to lead an escape from Stalag 13 on his own.
London reports the escape sub is out of commission, leaving Hogan to build a boat to get his current escapee back to England.
The Allies' probing raid is going in end in a very happy birthday for Hitler if Hogan's team can't knock out a line of anti-aircraft guns.
When the Nazis store a truck filled with gold bricks looted from France at Stalag 13, the prisoners only have one objective: stealing as much as they can.
London asks Hogan's team to keep German General Stofle occupied at Stalag 13 while the Allies attack his command post. Plans grow complicated when Gestapo agents make an inspection of the camp.
When Hogan's new underground contacts turn out to be Gestapo agents, it will take some misdirection and quick thinking to save the team from their new friends.
Hogan recruits Schultz to play the part of Kommandant Klink after Carter, Newkirk and LeBeau are captured while on a sabotage job.
Hogan decides the best way to win an Italian's heart is with his native food when he prepares to recruit an Italian POW commandant to his side of the war, a plan which involves a complicated game of "Telephone".
Hogan's plan to relocate a mobile anti-aircraft battery is threatened when Klink's new executive officer proves to be power-hungry and very efficient at his job.
A new prisoner irritates everyone until he reveals himself to be a general in need of assistance in directing a bombing mission.
The prisoners have a brief window of time to sabotage a new noiseless plane engine before the Luftwaffe high command arrives to observe its test flight.
The prisoners need cash to process escapees. Fortunately, an African prince just landed in camp who the Germans want to bribe. Doubly fortunate, he looks a lot like Sergeant Kinchloe.
Hogan imports a safecracker from London to protect the secrets of a man who was in on a conspiracy to kill Hitler.
The Stalag's newest prisoners are a trio of beautiful women with information which would be useful to Hogan ... if he could get past their many admirers to talk to them.
Hogan's plan to assassinate an atomic scientist runs afoul when Group Captain Crittendon unexpectedly turns up and insists on helping.
Hogan plays matchmaker when Gen. Burkhalter suggests that Col. Klink consider marriage. The problem is that both Hogan and Klink think that the prospective bride is Burkhalter's niece when it's really her mother, Burkhalter's "dragon-lady" sister.
Hogan, Newkirk and LeBeau run the escape route toward London in search of traitors along the way.
Sergeant Carter requests to escape back to the U.S. after his girlfriend sends him a Dear John letter.
Kenneth Washington(Sgt. Richard Baker)
Robert Clary(Cpl. Louis LeBeau)
Werner Klemperer(Col. Wilhelm Klink)
Bob Crane(Col. Robert Hogan)
John Banner(Sgt. Hans Schultz)
Richard Dawson(Cpl. Peter Newkirk)
Larry Hovis(Sgt. Andrew Carter)
Ivan Dixon(Sgt. James "Kinch" Kinchloe)
Leonid Kinskey(Vladimir Minsk)
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