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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.
Schultz stumbles into a meeting of black market dealers and abruptly finds himself transferred to the Russian front.
Carter's over-elaborate rabbit trap proves excellent at catching Nazis when Hogan uses it to lure an electrical expert into camp.
The Gestapo's well laid plan to catch Col. Hogan results in them bagging Newkirk instead.
After Crittendon declares himself leader of the local underground, Hogan struggles to complete his current mission in spite of Crittendon's assistance.
It's time to play the psychological warfare game when the Gestapo brings in three beautiful women interrogators to charm information out of the lonely POWs.
Handing off a roll of film to the team's contact would be much easier if LeBeau's dog would tell them where he buried it.
Hogan suffers through several boring dinner parties while his team struggles to blow up a factory.
The team offers to paint the new Luftwaffe headquarters in order to plant some bugs.
Informant Heidi Eberhardt is desperate to get out of Germany, but when her underground contact is arrested Hogan has second thoughts about her loyalty.
Hogan and Klink deal with a Gestapo spy among the guards after a war reporter reveals details of Hogan's operation to the newspapers.
To catch a spy, Hogan teams up with a deep-cover American spy and takes a trip to Berlin.
There's a secret airfield somewhere in the area which London would love to bomb. Now Hogan just has to help Klink reunite with an old classmate to learn the location.
Carter, disguised as Klink, is spotted while on his way to a sabotage job. While the team takes out the targeted train, Hogan must concoct an alibi for Klink before the firing squad is assembled.
LeBeau's small stature makes him perfect for smuggling into a research facility.
After a kidnapper grabs the wrong target, Hogan must convince Burkhalter and Hochstetter that Klink is worth rescuing. Will Klink escape being executed by the Underground-only to be shot by the Gestapo?
The team has second thoughts about following London's orders when they learn their assassination target is a woman.
Hogan will have to play by someone else's rules when a general's daughter offers him vital information, but only on her terms.
Klink's plan to use a lovely baroness to charm information out of Hogan works to the colonel's advantage when London asks him to leak a false defense report.
With Klink doubling security and London demanding results, Hogan will have to rely on Gertrude to deliver a distraction while he blows up a train.
Klink must find a way to look worse than usual when he learns that his old girlfriend, now engaged to a Gestapo general, may still be in love with him.
Hogan feigns illness to gain access to the local hospital and his wounded contact inside it.
Carter's solution to the Stalag's financial problems may also offer a solution to Hogan's ammunition distribution problems.
Hogan is forced to play Marya's games when she arranges for him to be present at the testing of a new rocket.
As the ack-ack blasts Allied fighters from the sky, the team races to destroy a new radar dish and discredit the British scientist who created it.
Hogan's Italian contact has been compromised and needs to be smuggled out of the country but only if German cuisine doesn't kill him first.
Belatedly realizing the information they've sent London is a Gestapo trap, the team struggles to undo the damage they've done, without letting the colonel know.
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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