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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.
Hogan's plan to use a German bomber to destroy a refinery is challenged when the general who shot Hogan down comes to see how his prisoner has been spending his time.
Klink is caught in a plot against General Burkhalter and sentenced to face the firing squad if Hogan can't bail him out.
A Gestapo agent learns the inner workings of Hogan's operation and demands a million dollars in diamonds in exchange for his silence.
The team is ordered to deliver an explosive laden briefcase to a German officer who is on his way to assassinate Hitler.
Battle lines are drawn when both the Wehrmacht and Gestapo demand the use of Stalag 13 for their own purposes.
Hogan takes advantage of Schultz' friendship with a general in order to rescue an underground agent from the Gestapo.
After the prisoners' tunneling causes a water pipe to burst, Hogan convinces Klink that there's a mineral spring beneath the camp.
Gen. Burkhalter's radio detection unit is making it impossible for the prisoners to deliver the new German codes to London, until a live bomb shows up in camp to distract the Nazis.
The Germans are testing a remote controlled tank at Stalag 13, motivating the prisoners to thwart their efforts.
Hogan and LeBeau head for Paris to rescue French resistance fighter, Tiger, from the Gestapo.
Hogan forms an uneasy alliance with Marya, a crazy Russian spy, in order to free Tiger and Klink from Gestapo headquarters.
Increased security measures around the camp are making it impossible for the prisoners to get information out, unless Carter's Hitler impression proves good enough to fool the Nazis.
Klink accidentally volunteers for combat duty and must turn to Hogan for help in retaining his current post.
The plan is simple: convince the Germans to bomb a decoy rocket gun factory thus leading them into an Allied trap. Now if Carter can only remember his lines before the Gestapo drags him away.
A German spy in London sends word that intelligence reports are being sent from the Stalag 13 area, prompting the Luftwaffe to spread false information and insert a spy among the prisoners.
LeBeau's love for France overwhelms his better judgment when Manet's The Boy with the Fife is brought to camp for safe keeping until Göring's birthday.
American General Barton may think Hogan's a traitor, but the Colonel's orders are to rescue the General, even if it means kidnapping a German field marshal to get the job done.
When their bribe money goes up in smoke, Hogan's team plans a bank robbery.
The prisoners celebrate Klink's birthday by swapping live ammunition for the dummy stuff meant to be used in a war game.
Hogan must swallow his pride and better judgment when a civilian scientist is put in charge of his team for a sabotage operation in a chemical research laboratory.
London is too backlogged on bombing targets to deal with a local cannon factory so the team dons civilian dress and heads in to do some sabotage. Things are going well until Newkirk is drafted into the German army.
The Gestapo is hot on the trail of Brauner, a financial genius Hogan is currently hiding. Defying the Gestapo is going to require building up Klink's confidence, and convincing him his orders are coming directly from the Fuhrer.
Klink's new junior officer is Gen. Burkhalter's brother-in-law. He's efficient, ambitious, and needs to be disposed of if the POWs want a chance to blow up a munitions train.
After Schultz loses his weekend pass, Klink declares Schultz won't leave camp until he's a tired old man. Hogan will have to prove that's exactly what Schultz is if he wants the sergeant to make a delivery for him.
FAFL Lt. Boucher is getting close to cracking under Gestapo Major Hochstetter's questioning until Hogan arranges his marriage to the girl he left behind.
RAF sergeant Flood is systematically escaping his way out of every stalag in Germany for fame and glory. Hogan must convince him to stay behind bars before he ruins the team's operation.
Blackmailing Gen. Burkhalter becomes necessary when Klink is put in charge of security on the radio tower Hogan's team intends to destroy.
After the inspector general gives Stalag 13 a near-failing grade, Klink brings in an efficiency expert to improve the camp's standing.
Klink accidentally comes into possession of top secret information which Hogan must steal from him before the Gestapo starts asking questions.
Klink and Hogan switch uniforms after Klink becomes convinced an assassin is after him.
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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