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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.
The sabotage job London wants the team to do sounds suicidal even before they learn Crittendon (Bernard Fox) apparently came up with the plan.
Luftwaffe pilots have been practicing with Allied planes, prompting Hogan to become social with the Germans to learn their plans.
While the Allies prepare for the Normandy Invasion, Hogan's team is given the job of distracting Hitler's general staff-so Hogan "promotes" Klink to the rank of General!
There's a new romance in Schultz's life. It's too bad she's a Gestapo agent.
The Nazis' plan to assassinate Winston Churchill hinges on their man impersonating RAF Group Captain James Roberts. To test their plan, they'll first see if he can fool Roberts' old army buddy: Col. Hogan.
Sabotage plans have to be changed when the team is doubly hampered by a Gestapo agent among their underground contacts and by Gertrude Burkhalter haunting Klink's office.
Swedish scientist Karl Svenson isn't interested enough in war to take sides, unless one side wants to offer him a pretty girl as a bribe.
The Allies are forced to drop a load of bullet-proof vests outside of Stalag 13, leaving Hogan's team to deal with the logistics of getting them to the French Resistance.
The Nazis begin printing counterfeit Allied money at Stalag 13. To protect the post-war economy, the team must convince the lead printer that his life is in danger.
American Jack Wilson has had enough of POW life and he's willing to sell out Hogan's entire operation to earn his freedom.
Kinchloe and Hogan take a trip to Paris to reconnect with Kinch's old girlfriend and get a look at the Nazi plans for the defense of Paris.
Russian Lt. Igor Piotkin is motivated to get back to his squadron, and if Hogan won't send him back to Russia he'll escape on his own.
When the top Nazi generals plan a meeting in Hammelburg, London assigns Hogan's team to perform a mass assassination job.
As a blizzard gradually buries the stalag in snow, Hogan must contend with five increasingly restless escapees and Hochsetter's agents sniffing around for tunnels.
Russian spy Marya has been telling her lover quite a lot about Hogan's operation and the general is eager to bait the team into revealing themselves.
Carter's acting skills are put to the test when he must convince the Nazis that he's a chemist and willing to turn traitor. He might pull it off, if someone doesn't assassinate him before he can learn the location of the chemical plant.
A Gestapo officer who knows all about the Stalag 13 operation blackmails Hogan to find out about the Manhattan Project.
LeBeau's mustard plaster might not useful for curing Klink of his flu, but it could come in handy for distracting the Gestapo away from the team's current escapee.
When the Americans ask for their colonel back, Hogan is initially willing to head home, until he learns his replacement is Crittendon.
Newkirk is captured while on a reconnaissance mission and is scheduled for transfer. Defying orders, he flees back to Hammelburg to rescue a girl.
When the Gestapo store several underground leaders in Stalag 13, Hogan decides the best way to free them is to convince the Nazis that the war is over.
To smuggle a list of names out of Germany, Hogan devises an elaborate plan involving Klink believing a woman has fallen in love with him.
In need of a trip to town to deliver maps to an underground agent, Hogan, Newkirk and LeBeau agree to record radio messages for the German propaganda ministry.
The team isn't sure what kite flying, basket making and tent building have to do with planning an escape, but they're pretty sure Hogan has finally gone crazy.
LeBeau races to the rescue of his very beautiful underground contact while still trying to keep the other boys away from his girl by insisting she's a little old woman.
The team isn't sure how London expects five unarmed men to keep 10,000 German soldiers from moving for a few days, but the answer might solve their own problems of a Gestapo takeover going on in camp.
The team decides to steal from a thief when a Nazi general outfits a nearby mine as a storage place for looted museum pieces.
Schultz attracts Berlin's notice when he suddenly acquires the ability to predict Allied bombing raids and attacks on the Eastern front.
When the Hammelburg Zoo is hit in a bombing raid, the prisoners adopt Freddy, a stray chimpanzee, as their new camp mascot.
Sabotage plans go wrong, forcing Hogan to rely on Carter's archery skills to destroy a truck carrying jet fuel.
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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