100: Armed Forces Radio - With Richard Dawson and Chad Everett
1965 Richard Dawson and Chad Everett (On KNX). This Excerpt from "The Bob Crane Show' Featuring Bob and Guests Richard Dawson and Chad Everett. This was broadcasted in 1965 on radio KNX Radio in Los Angeles. This was right after the "Hogan's Heroes" Pilot Episode.
98: DELETE (duplicate of S00E01)
1: Werner Klemperer on “The Pat Sajak Show”
During his guest appearance on "The Pat Sajak Show" (1989) he was presented with a monocle by Pat Sajak, as the host had learned that Werner's original monocle from his "Hogan's Heroes" (1965) days had recently been taken from his personal collection.
2: Gag Reel Edited By Bob Crane
3: Patricia and Bob Crane Wedding Film
Silent footage from the Wedding of Bob Crane (Hogan) and Patricia Crane / Sigrid Valdis (Helga)
4: Bob's 8mm Home Movies on Hogan Set
Silent footage taken from the set of Hogan's Heroes
5: CBS Promo 1
6: CBS Promo 2
Promo with John Banner and Garry Moore
7: Jello/Dream Whip Commerical
Commercial With the Cast of Hogan's Heroes (in character) and actress Carol Channing
8: The Leslie Uggams Show
10: Air Force Now
11: Bob Crane US Air Force Recruitment Spot 1
12: Bob Crane US Air Force Recruitment Spot 2
13: Bob Crane Radio with Richard Dawson & Chad Everett
An excerpt from "The Bob Crane Show" featuring Bob and guests, Richard Dawson and Chad Everett. Broadcast in 1965 on KNX Radio Los Angeles just after the "Hogan's Heroes" pilot was filmed.
14: Armed Forces Radio with Werner Klemperer
An excerpt from "The Armed Forces Radio Christmas Show" featuring Bob Crane with Werner Klemperer. Broadcast in 1967.
15: Armed Forces Radio with Richard Dawson & Larry Hovis
An excerpt from "The Armed Forces Radio Christmas Show" featuring Bob Crane with Richard Dawson and Larry Hovis. Broadcast in 1967.
16: Armed Forces Radio with Robert Clary
An excerpt from "The Armed Forces Radio Christmas Show" featuring Bob Crane with Robert Clary. Broadcast in 1967.
17: Armed Forces Radio with Sigrid Valdis
An excerpt from "The Armed Forces Radio Christmas Show" featuring Bob Crane with Sigrid Valdis. Broadcast in 1967.
18: “The Informer” - Extended Pilot with Introduction
19: CBS Promo #1 - Kommandant's Kollection
20: CBS Promo #2 - Kommandant's Kollection
21: Clip from CBS' Fall Preview Show “Seven Wonderful Nights” (1965)
22: Clip from “Hollywood Palace” featuring the cast of Hogan's Heroes
23: Richard Dawson Remembers ... The Early Days
24: Richard Dawson ... On the Cast
25: Richard Dawson ... Fond Memories
26: Photo Montage with Hogan's Heroes Theme Song - Performed by Bob Crane and his Band
27: Werner Klemperer at the Emmy Awards (1968)
28: Werner Klemperer at the Emmy Awards (1969)
29: A Conversation with Albert S. Ruddy - Co-creator of Hogan's Heroes
30: Introduction by Albert S. Ruddy to alternate German version of “The Safecracker Suite”
31: “The Safecracker Suite” - Season 1 Episode 27 - Alternate German Version
This has either German with English subtitles, or English with the translated German as subtitles. Really funny to see what the Germans were hearing considering the actual dialogue...
32: Inspiration for the role of Newkirk
Friday, January 1st, 1965
34: Bing Crosby Appearance
Friday, January 1st, 1965
99: DELETE (duplicate of S00E22)
Saturday, September 24th, 1966
9: Bob Crane On 'The Lucy Show'
Bob Crane (and mystery guest) appear on "The Lucy Show"
Friday, April 14th, 1989
33: Werner Klemperer on “The Pat Sajak Show”
During his guest appearance on "The Pat Sajak Show" (1989) he was presented with a monocle by Pat Sajak, as the host had learned that Werner's original monocle from his "Hogan's Heroes" (1965) days had recently been taken from his personal collection.
Friday, September 17th, 1965
1: The Informer
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.
Friday, September 24th, 1965
2: Hold That Tiger
When Colonel Klink boasts that the Nazis' new Tiger Tank will lead the Germans the victory, Colonel Hogan devises a plan to get his hands on one of the vehicles, have it disassembled, send its blueprints to the Allies, and reassemble it --- right under Klink's nose.
Friday, October 1st, 1965
3: Kommandant of the Year
A Secret rocket bomb developed by the Germans is being hidden at Stalag 13. When an Allied scientist is sent to photograph and sabotage the weapon, Hogan and his men plan a distraction ---- in the form of a bogus "Kommandant of the Year" ceremony for the clueless Colonel Klink.
Friday, October 8th, 1965
4: The Late Inspector General
To prevent Colonel Klink from being transferred to the Russian front, Hogan and his men attempt to convince a visiting Inspector General that the Colonel is a cold, heartless disciplinarian. But their plan backfires when, as a result, Klink is promoted to a post in Berlin!
Friday, October 15th, 1965
5: The Flight of the Valkyrie
Hogan's scheme to help a German baroness escape to London is thwarted by the arrival of a new prisoner of war--- Colonel Crittendon--- whose repeated bungled attempts at escape are wreaking havoc on Hogan's mission to spirit away the baroness.
Friday, October 22nd, 1965
6: The Prisoner's Prisoner
While on a sabotage caper, Hogan and Carter encounter a German general, overpower him, and smuggle him back to Stalag 13. Once there, they come up with a ploy to trick the disoriented general into revealing his troop's attack plans.
Friday, October 29th, 1965
7: German Bridge Is Falling Down
Several attempts by Hogan and his men to destroy a German bridge end in failure --- until they decide to use the Nazis' own ammo to accomplish the task!
Friday, November 5th, 1965
8: Movies Are Your Best Escape
What's inside a visiting German general's briefcase --- the one that's chained to his wrist? The mystery becomes too tempting for Hogan. who not only wants to photograph the case's contents, but then sneak the photos out of Stalag 13 as well!
Friday, November 12th, 1965
9: Go Light on the Heavy Water
When a heavily guarded "water" truck appears one day and is parked inside the camp, Hogan and his men decide to find out just what kind of cargo the vehicle actually contains.
Friday, November 19th, 1965
10: Top Hat, White Tie and Bomb Sights
Hogan's only chance to pass some important information of to an underground contact is via a rendezvous in a nearby village --- So he convinces Colonel Klink that he will reveal valuable military secrets if he's allowed to have "a night on the town."
Friday, November 26th, 1965
11: Happiness Is a Warm Sergeant
Sergeant Schultz, while escorting Newkirk to the dentist, gets drunk and is replaced by a hard-lined, no-nonsense guard. Hogan and his crew must act fast to get the docile Schultz restored to his post.
Friday, December 3rd, 1965
12: The Scientist
LeBeau aids in the escape of a captured French scientist and his daughter, who are able to make it out of Germany. But now the men of Stalag 13 must find a suitable "replacement" scientist who can present and discuss the study's findings.
Friday, December 10th, 1965
13: Hogan's Hofbrau
When two ruthless German officers put the squeeze on Colonel Klink to contribute money to their phony cause "or else," Hogan and the gang must scramble to come up with the cash and deliver it in time to keep Klink out of harm's way as the camp's inept commandant.
Friday, December 17th, 1965
14: Oil for the Lamps of Hogan
The Germans' plan to build a synthetic fuel plant at Stalag 13 would spell disaster for Hogan's men and their important strategic subterfuge. So Hogan attempts to convince Klink that there's a massive oil supply under the camp --- and orders a phony Allied air raid on the camp as proof!
Friday, December 24th, 1965
15: Reservations Are Required
An agreement to aid two escapees quickly goes awry when 20 men show up at the appointed hour. Where will Hogan and his gang find uniforms and papers for the men? And how will they get them out of Stalag 13, with German guards stationed near the end of the secret escape tunnel?
Friday, December 31st, 1965
16: Anchors Aweigh, Men of Stalag 13
When a British submarine cannot make a planned rendezvous to pick up a POW carrying an example of an important new German weapon, Hogan must come up with a sturdy, seaworthy replacement. Can he convince Colonel Klink to construct the camp's new officer's club in the form of a yacht?
Friday, January 7th, 1966
17: Happy Birthday, Adolf
The British plan to bomb a strategic German beach on Hitler's birthday, unaware that a major gun emplacement is at the site and the Allied planes will be sitting ducks. Hogan and his crew must figure out how to silence the guns in order for the air raid to be a success.
Friday, January 14th, 1966
18: The Gold Rush
A new prisoner reveals that a local bank nearby houses a shipment of gold stolen from the Bank of France by the Germans. When Hogan hears of the glittering cash, he decides it would be only proper to steal it back --- and return it to France after the war!
Friday, January 21st, 1966
19: Hello, Zolle
When Hogan informs London of an important German general"s imminent arrival at Stalag 13, he is told that he must detain the general at the camp for 24 hours --- by whatever means necessary --- so that Allied forces can stage a raid on the visiting general's forces.
Friday, January 28th, 1966
20: It Takes a Thief...Sometimes
Hogan is enthusiastic about joining forces with an underground unit that is targeting a local railway tunnel --- unaware that the "saboteurs" are actually Gestapo agents masquerading as allies!
Friday, February 4th, 1966
21: The Great Impersonation
When LeBeau, Newkirk and Carter are captured by the Gestapo during a sabotage mission, Hogan must convince the affable sergeant Schultz to impersonate the stern Colonel Klink and demand their release.
Friday, February 11th, 1966
22: The Pizza Parlor
When an Italian POW camp commander arrives at Stalag 13 to train under Colonel Klink, Hogan and his gang try to convince the new arrival to go to work for the Allies by plying him with pizza.
Friday, February 25th, 1966
23: The 43rd, a Moving Story
Hogan's plan to destroy a mobile Nazi anti-aircraft battery is hampered by Colonel Klink's power-hungry peer, Major Kuehn.
Friday, March 4th, 1966
24: How to Cook a German Goose by Radar
The men of Stalag 13 are turned off by an American corporal's aloof attitude and boorish behavior --- until they discover he has come to the camp to ask for help in carrying out a sabotage mission.
Friday, March 11th, 1966
25: Psychic Kommandant
A startling, deadly new German weapon --- a secret, noiseless aircraft --- has been brought to Stalag 13 for testing, and Hogan's gang must do their best to tarnish its image so the Germans will cease production of the experimental plane.
Friday, March 18th, 1966
26: The Prince from the Phone Company
Kinchloe dresses up as an African prince, whom Hogan has kidnapped, in order to ask the Germans for money to open a submarine base. Complications arise when the prince's wife arrives.
Friday, March 25th, 1966
27: The Safecracker Suite
Colonel Klink's happy reunion with an old military buddy ends abruptly when the man is arrested by the Gestapo. Will Klink end up in the clink as well?
Friday, April 1st, 1966
28: I Look Better in Basic Black
The men of Stalag 13 have no interest in tunneling into a neighboring barracks that houses new prisoners --- until they discover that the new detainees are women!
Friday, April 8th, 1966
29: The Assassin
An important German nuclear scientist must be eliminated and Hogan's crew is asked to perform the task—a plan that takes an unexpected twist when the scientist comes to Hogan and asks for help in fleeing the Nazi regime.
Friday, April 15th, 1966
30: Cupid Comes to Stalag 13
Colonel Klink is desperate after General Burkhalter plays matchmaker and pairs Klink with the general's monstrous sister, Gertude. Can Hogan deflect some of the Cupid's flying arrows away for the hapless, helpless Klink?
Friday, April 22nd, 1966
31: The Flame Grows Higher
Somewhere along the elaborate, intricate underground escape rout there is a disastrous weak link, Determined to find it, Hogan, Newkirk and Lebeau decide to break out of Stalag 13 by following the escape route themselves.
Friday, April 29th, 1966
32: Request Permission to Escape
Jilted by his girlfriend back home, Carter requests permission to escape so that he can somehow woo her back. Hogan agrees—but only if Carter can accomplish one last task of passing bogus battle plans on to the Germans.
Friday, September 16th, 1966
1: Hogan Gives a Birthday Party
A German oil refinery is so heavily protected that allied bombers have been unable to destroy it. So Colonel Hogan decides that the only way to fool the gunners is to use a German plane—and he makes plans to hijack one!
Friday, September 23rd, 1966
2: The Schultz Brigade
When the hapless Colonel Klink reluctantly joins two other German prison camp commandants in a plot to discredit General Burkhalter, all three men are subsequently arrested. Hogan and the gang must act quickly to keep their clueless commandant in charge of Stalag 13.
Friday, September 30th, 1966
3: Diamonds in the Rough
After being double-crossed by a female lure, Hogan and his men are confronted by a Gestapo agent who knows all about their secret operation and demands "hush" money --- in the form of a million dollars in diamonds!
Friday, October 7th, 1966
4: Operation Briefcase
Hogan is unexpectedly drawn into an assassination plot against Adolf Hitler when he is ordered to deliver a briefcase rigged with explosives to a German general involved in the plot.
Friday, October 14th, 1966
5: The Battle of Stalag 13
Two German officers have new and differing plans for Stalag 13 --- both of which threaten Hogan's operations. In order to protect the camp and the gang's secret subterfuge, Hogan plays the two men against each other.
Friday, October 21st, 1966
6: The Rise and Fall of Sergeant Schultz
Hogan is stymied over how to rescue a captured member of the underground until a potential diversion --- in the form of an old World War I buddy of Sergeant Schultz --- arrives at Stalag 13.
Friday, October 28th, 1966
7: Hogan Springs
Hogan manages to free four underground leaders from the Germans and smuggles the quartet into Stalag 13. But a plan to spirit the men off to freedom in England suddenly looks hopeless when a leaky pipe fills the gang's emergency tunnel with water!
Friday, November 4th, 1966
8: A Klink, a Bomb and a Short Fuse
All goes well when Hogan's gang steals Klink's code book from his safe, photographs the contents, and returns it to its proper place. But there's a small hitch --- Carter forgot to load the camera with film!
Friday, November 11th, 1966
9: Tanks for the Memory
When Newkirk discovers a new radio controlled tank that could win the war for Germany, the allies want Hogan and the men to photograph the tank and then destroy it --- but complication ensue during their mission.
Friday, November 18th, 1966
10: A Tiger Hunt in Paris (1)
In the first of a two-part story, "Tiger," a female underground agent, is arrested while trying to document some secret German bases and is held in Paris for questioning. So Hogan and LeBeau become stowaways aboard Klink's staff car and head for Paris to free her.
Friday, November 25th, 1966
11: A Tiger Hunt in Paris (2)
Part 2 of 2. While trying to free the underground agent "Tiger" in Paris, Hogan must seek help from a Parisian fortune teller and also enlist the aid of a man who is a look-alike for Nazi Police Chief Heinrich Himmler.
Friday, December 2nd, 1966
12: Will the Real Adolf Please Stand Up?
With camp security raised, Hogan and his men are desperate to smuggle some top-secret photos of German fortifications to the allies. The solution? Make liberal use of Carter's remarkable impersonation of Adolf Hitler.
Friday, December 9th, 1966
13: Don't Forget to Write
The aristocratic Colonel Klink fails a routine physical exam and lands a combat assignment at the Russian front! Fearing a hard-line replacement at Stalag 13, the men must do all they can to rescind Klink's marching papers.
Friday, December 16th, 1966
14: Klink's Rocket
Hogan and his men make plans to lure Luftwaffe bombers within range of an allied anti-aircraft installation hidden in an abandoned warehouse, but Carter make a shamble of the plan when, while "leaking" the info to Klink, he forgets the name of the town where the strategic warehouse is located.
Friday, December 23rd, 1966
15: Information Please
Suspecting a security leak at Stalag 13, General Burkhalter goes fishing with some false information and Colonel Hogan falls for the bait. As a result, Burkhalter plants a spy among the prisoners to expose the guilty parties.
Friday, December 30th, 1966
16: Art for Hogan's Sake
An assertive General Burkhalter "requisitions" the famous Édouard Manet painting, "The Fife Player," from the Louvre museum in Paris to give to Hermann Goering as a birthday present. Undaunted by the seeming impossible logistics, Hogan and LeBeau decide to steal it back!
Friday, January 6th, 1967
17: The General Swap
Colonel Hogan is less the thrilled when he is assigned to help an obnoxious American general flee Stalag 13 --- and the secret escape plan, involving a prisoner swap, winds up as trying and difficult as the arrogant escapee himself.
Friday, January 13th, 1967
18: The Great Brinksmeyer Robbery
When the gang's hidden cache of money --- needed to purchase a secret map --- goes up in smoke, the men of Stalag 13 must come up with a way to replace the cash --- and decide to pull off a bank heist in the nearby town.
Friday, January 20th, 1967
19: Praise the Führer and Pass the Ammunition
Hogan and his men are determined to create chaos during some staged war games a ruthless Nazi colonel has scheduled near Stalag 13. So what do you suppose would happen if the fake explosives planned for the exercises were somehow replaced with live ammunition?
Friday, January 27th, 1967
20: Hogan and the Lady Doctor
Hogan nixes a mission to destroy a synthetic fuel plant because the caper is too risky....but he is overruled -- and forced to participate in the scheme by the ploy's mastermind, a strong-willed, determined female scientist.
Friday, February 3rd, 1967
21: The Swing Shift
Masquerading as German workers, Hogan and the crew have made elaborate and foolproof plans to blow a German cannon factory sky-high --- but their plan backfires when Newkirk winds up being drafted into the German army!
Friday, February 10th, 1967
22: Heil Klink
When an important Gestapo official wants to defect, Hogan brings him to Stalag 13 --- and convinces Colonel Klink that the fugitive is Adolf Hitler in disguise... who is trying to elude assassins by hiding at the camp!
Friday, February 17th, 1967
23: Everyone Has a Brother-in-Law
Captain Kurtz, General Burkhalter's brother-in-law, becomes the camp's tough new adjutant. What's worse he's keeping a watchful eye on every corner of Stalag 13 and ends up getting in the way of Hogan's plans to blow up an enemy munitions train.
Friday, February 24th, 1967
24: Killer Klink
The bumbling Sergent Schultz has unwittingly been conned into making a trip to Heidelberg as courier for the underground, but after upsetting Colonel Klink, the sergeant is ordered to remain grounded at the camp. How will Hogan and the gang win him a new weekend pass?
Friday, March 3rd, 1967
25: Reverend Kommandant Klink
When a French flier is captured, the Nazis verbally malign the man's fiancee in an attempt to get him to reveal important information. To keep him from cracking under the interrogation, Hogan smuggle the man's girlfriend into the stalag and arranges for the two to be married.
Friday, March 10th, 1967
26: The Most Escape-Proof Camp I've Ever Escaped From
Colonel Klink's "no escape" record is jeopardized when Malcolm Flood, a British escape artist, lands in Stalag 13 and intends to continue his impressive escape record --- a plan likely to endanger Colonel Hogan's scheduled rendezvous with an OSS agent.
Friday, March 17th, 1967
27: The Tower
When the Nazis construct a new communication tower near Stalag 13 -- one that is potentially deadly to the allies -- Hogan enlists a beautiful underground agent to help destroy the tower, with Kinchloe assigned to snap some incriminating photos of General Burkhalter.
Friday, March 24th, 1967
28: Colonel Klink's Secret Weapon
After receiving a "poor' rating from the Inspector General of prison camps, Colonel Klink brings in a stern new sergeant to discipline the prisoners. How can Hogan and his men make sure the camp's ruthless "discipline machine" has the shortest reign possible?
Friday, March 31st, 1967
29: The Top Secret Top Coat
A secret military document is mistakenly hidden in Colonel Klink's topcoat at a party, and a desperate Hogan must nab the document because of both its value to the allies and because Klink will be charged with treason and replaced at Stalag 13 if it is discovered in his possession.
Friday, April 7th, 1967
30: The Reluctant Target
Klink becomes convinced that he is marked for assassination by a mysterious "Mr. X" after a series of close calls at the stalag. Could Hogan be behind the threats? Yes... but it's all part of a plan to masquerade as Klink in order to help a valuable underground agent escape from the camp!
Saturday, September 9th, 1967
1: The Crittendon Plan
Colonel Hogan is called on to destroy a German convoy inside a tunnel --- but he balks when he discovers that his accomplice will be his old adversary, Colonel Crittendon.
Saturday, September 16th, 1967
2: Some of Their Planes Are Missing
The Germans' plan to shoot down British bombers by using captured RAF airplanes is uncovered, and Hogan and his men must attempt to destroy the aircraft before they can be flown on their deadly, deceptive mission.
Saturday, September 23rd, 1967
3: D-Day at Stalag 13
Hogan and his men play a part in the D-Day invasion of France when they are asked to create a diversion that will delay Colonel Klink and other German officials at Stalag 13 from retaliating once the invasion is underway.
Saturday, September 30th, 1967
4: Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hari
Sergent Schultz falls head over heels for an attractive woman --- but Hogan suspects that she is a Gestapo agent and has Carter shadow the two loverbirds on one of their dates.
Saturday, October 7th, 1967
5: Funny Thing Happened on the Way to London
Newkirk, Kinchloe and LeBeau must help Hogan fool the Germans with a look-alike German official to thwart the Nazis' planned assassination plot against British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Saturday, October 14th, 1967
6: Casanova Klink
Klink's new secretary Gertude Linkmeyer decides to throw herself into the task of completely organizing the commandant's workplace --- an all-night project that throws a monkey wrench into Hogan's mission of raiding the safe in Klink's office.
Saturday, October 21st, 1967
7: How to Win Friends and Influence Nazis
A famed scientist is recruited by the Germans to develop a revolutionary new metal alloy for the Nazi war machine --- so Hogan and the gang must distract the doctor --- or worse --- to keep him from accomplishing his task.
Saturday, October 28th, 1967
8: Nights in Shining Armor
Hogan must somehow deliver a shipment of bulletproof vests to the French underground --- and a captured French Resistance fighter seems to be the perfect candidate to help Hogan pull of the caper.
Saturday, November 4th, 1967
9: Hot Money
Stalag 13 becomes the site for a German counterfeiting factory that will produce both American and British currencies. But Sergeant Schultz's sticky fingers inadvertently tip Hogan off to the scheme when Schultzy spends some of the "funny money" gambling at the prisoners' casino.
Saturday, November 11th, 1967
10: One in Every Crowd
When Hogan and his men set out to destroy the Germans' new S-5 gun that's being guarded at Stalag 13, they uncover more then they bargained for --- a traitor amongst their ranks who has gone to Colonel Klink to report on Hogan's planned sabotage.
Saturday, November 18th, 1967
11: Is General Hammerschlag Burning?
Paris is targeted for destruction should the Allied armies invade, so Hogan and Kinchloe secretly travel to the French capital to learn more about the plot --- and end up seeking help in their caper from an exotic dancer/medium named Kumasa.
Saturday, November 25th, 1967
12: A Russian Is Coming
Hogan and his men face the difficult task of returning a Soviet pilot to his homeland --- especially when the fanatical, demanding Russian refuses to follow the usual escape route to England.
Saturday, December 2nd, 1967
13: An Evening of Generals
Hogan and his men have cleverly rigged the tabletop centerpieces to explode during a banquet for Germany's top generals --- unaware the one of the guests at the banquets is an invaluable spy working undercover for the Allies.
Saturday, December 9th, 1967
14: Everybody Loves a Snowman
An American military captain and his crew hiding out at Stalag 13 face capture when Major Hochstetter and his search party zero in on the POW camp --- and its elaborate tunnel system to freedom is threatened with exposure.
Saturday, December 16th, 1967
15: The Hostage
A rocket fuel depot that the Germans build near Stalag 13 is a tempting target for Hogan and his men. But is the new facility just part of a plan to lure Hogan into a trap?
Saturday, December 23rd, 1967
16: Carter Turns Traitor
To get the inside secrets of a Nazi chemical warfare facility, Hogan and his cohorts must convince the Germans that Carter has turned traitor and wishes to defect to the Third Reich.
Saturday, December 30th, 1967
17: Two Nazis for the Price of One
Hogan's surreptitious operation --- as well as secret information on America's atom bomb project --- is threatened when it's discovers that a top Gestapo official knows all about Hogan's espionage activities and plans to offer him a deal.
Saturday, January 6th, 1968
18: Is There a Doctor in the House?
Colonel Klink's sudden bout with the flu jeopardizes Hogan's plan to smuggle an underground agent out of the camp in the trunk of the ailing commandant's automobile.
Saturday, January 13th, 1968
19: Hogan, Go Home
Colonel Hogan receives a stunning message: he's to return home to the U.S.A. for a hero's welcome. The men of Stalag 13, convinced the Hogan will remain at the camp to continue his operation, are further stunned when he is overjoyed at the news --- and plans to bid Stalag 13 a fond farewell!
Saturday, January 20th, 1968
20: Sticky Wicket Newkirk
Corporal Newkirk sneaks into town for a romantic rendezvous with a German girl --- one who professes that she is on the side of the Allies. But when Newkirk sneaks her into the camp and shows her the gang's secret setup, she promptly reports her findings to Major Hochstetter!
Saturday, January 27th, 1968
21: War Takes a Holiday
After a first attempt to sneak four underground leaders out of the German camp fails, Hogan and his men come up with a new plan: Convince the camp commanders, via radio broadcasts and newspaper headlines, that the war is over!
Saturday, February 3rd, 1968
22: Duel of Honor
Hogan and the gang decide that the hapless Colonel Klink would be the ideal patsy to use to get an important list of agents safely to England --- with a little boost from Carter's masquerade as a ferocious German general with a fondness for duels.
Saturday, February 10th, 1968
23: Axis Annie
Hogan must deliver important information to a contact in the nearby town, but the Gestapo has cracked down tight on the camp. Will Hogan be forced to make traitorous pro-Nazi statements to Axis Annie of the German Propaganda Ministry in order to get the information to its destination?
Saturday, February 17th, 1968
24: What Time Does the Balloon Go Up?
Has Colonel Hogan finally snapped under the pressure of confinement? The men think so when Hogan suggests that, to rescue a captured British agent, the men of Stalag 13 take up basket weaving, tent making and kite flying!
Saturday, February 24th, 1968
25: LeBeau and the Little Old Lady
LeBeau's weekly visits to an underground contact --- one he describes as a "mean little old lady" --- are revealed as something more after Hogan and the men discover that the "lady" is actually a beautiful young Dutch woman with whom LeBeau has fallen in love.
Saturday, March 2nd, 1968
26: How to Escape from Prison Camp Without Really Trying
Hogan is asked to immobilize the entire German 6th SS division --- 10,000 men --- for two days while the Allies organize a surprise attack. The task seems impossible, especially in the presence of the two stern Gestapo colonels who are filling in for a vacationing Colonel Klink.
Saturday, March 9th, 1968
27: The Collector General
An arrogant German general arrives at Stalag 13 and orders Colonel Klink to guard a truckload of ammunition. But when Hogan discovers that the "ammo" is actually a collection of valuable pieces of art stolen from France, he masterminds a little theft of his own.
Saturday, March 16th, 1968
28: The Ultimate Weapon
The Germans' top-secret weapon in their war effort is --- Sergent Schultz??? General Burkhalter and the other camp officials begin to think so after Schutzy starts to predict Allied attacks with uncanny accuracy!
Saturday, March 23rd, 1968
29: Monkey Business
Carter returns from an unsuccessful mission with a new pal in tow --- a runaway chimpanzee from the local bombed-out zoo. The men of Stalag 13 decide to make "Freddy" their barracks mascot --- but Hogan sees a more practical use for the happy-go-lucky chimp.
Saturday, March 30th, 1968
30: Drums Along the Dusseldorf
A German truck carrying an experimental jet fuel is the latest target for Hogan and the gang. But when all efforts to sabotage the shipment fail, Carter decides to get down to business with the remaining weaponry at hand --- a bow and arrow!
Saturday, September 28th, 1968
1: Clearance Sale at the Black Market
It appears Sergeant Schultz will be shipped off to the Russian front after he accidentally interrupts a black market meeting. If he goes, Colonel Hogan will lose his courier of secret messages between Stalag 13 and a female spy.
Saturday, October 5th, 1968
2: Klink vs. the Gonculator
When Sergeant Carter constructs an amazingly complicated rabbit trap, a suspicious Colonel Klink comes to believe that the contraption is a secret electronic spying device.
Saturday, October 12th, 1968
3: How to Catch a Papa Bear
Colonel Hogan innocently sends Corporal Newkirk off on a mission to rendezvous with an ally --- unaware that the meeting is a trap set up by the Gestapo.
Saturday, October 19th, 1968
4: Hogan's Trucking Service...We Deliver the Factory to You
The clumsy and annoying Colonel Crittendon inadvertently messes up Hogan's plans to destroy a German ball-bearing plant.
Saturday, October 26th, 1968
5: To the Gestapo with Love
Is love blind? Three beautiful German girls arrive at Stalag 13 and set the men's hearts beating faster --- but their mission is designed to pry secrets out of the love-struck POWs.
Saturday, November 2nd, 1968
6: Man's Best Friend Is Not His Dog
A canine caper is off and running when a dog buries a bone containing photographic images of a new German tank that Carter had taken with his camera.
Saturday, November 9th, 1968
7: Never Play Cards with Strangers
Hogan dispatches Sergeant Kinchloe on a mission to warn Newkirk and Carter that the duo's mission to dynamite a newly-established Nazi rocket fuel installation could blow up in their faces.
Saturday, November 16th, 1968
8: Color the Luftwaffe Red
How will Hogan steal an important, strategic map from the Germans? By underbidding all competitors for the contract to paint the offices of Luftwaffe headquarters.
Saturday, November 23rd, 1968
9: Guess Who Came to Dinner?
After making arrangements to send her to England, Hogan begins to worry that his beautiful underground contact, Heidi, might actually be a double agent.
Saturday, November 30th, 1968
10: No Names Please
Shortly after Hogan helps a journalist escape to freedom, the Germans are amazed to read an American newspaper story about a sabotage-and-subterfuge unit hard at work right under their noses at one of their POW camps.
Saturday, December 7th, 1968
11: Bad Day in Berlin
Hogan and his men join forces with an undercover agent and steal away to Berlin to nab a German defector who can compromise their entire operation at Stalag 13.
Saturday, December 14th, 1968
12: Will the Blue Baron Strike Again?
Can Hogan locate the secret German air base commanded by a World War I flying ace known as the Blue Baron? Yes --- by convincing Colonel Klink to throw a party for the famed aviator.
Saturday, December 21st, 1968
13: Will the Real Colonel Klink Please Stand Up Against the Wall?
The hapless Colonel Klink lands a date with a German firing squad after Sergeant Carter, disguised as Klink, is spotted at a sabotage site.
Saturday, December 28th, 1968
14: Man in a Box
Hogan is ordered to capture an "escaped" Corporal Louis LeBeau --- but in a manner that will ensure LeBeau's completion of an espionage caper.
Saturday, January 4th, 1969
15: The Missing Klink
Hogan's scheme to kidnap General Burkhalter and trade him for an underground agent goes awry when Colonel Klink --- not the general --- is the one who gets kidnapped.
Saturday, January 11th, 1969
16: Who Stole My Copy of Mein Kampf?
Hogan and his men plan to eliminate an allied defector, but complications ensue when their target turns out to be a beautiful woman.
Saturday, January 18th, 1969
17: Operation Hannibal
A German general is the mastermind behind a plan designed to prolong the war, so Hogan winds up working with the general's daughter in an effort to photograph the strategic documents.
Saturday, January 25th, 1969
18: My Favorite Prisoner
When Colonel Klink uses a beautiful baroness to try to wheedle secrets out of Colonel Hogan, he apparently falls under the femme fatale's charms. Or does he?
Saturday, February 1st, 1969
19: Watch the Trains Go By
Hogan's plan to sneak out of Stalag 13 and blow up a German train hinges on getting General Burkhalter's lovelorn sister --- the marriage-minded Gertrude --- to distract Colonel Klink.
Saturday, February 8th, 1969
20: Klink's Old Flame
The French underground is in desperate need of valuable radios, so Hogan decides to utilize Colonel Klink's former girlfriend to ensure the delivery of the equipment.
Saturday, February 15th, 1969
21: Up in Klink's Room
Hogan must somehow get himself hospitalized so that he can get top-secret information from a wounded British agent who has been posing as a Nazi officer.
Saturday, February 22nd, 1969
22: The Purchasing Plan
The race is on when Hogan and his men are ordered to collect air-dropped ammunition and distribute it to underground units widely scattered around the region.
Saturday, March 1st, 1969
23: The Witness
Hogan is stunned to learn that the Germans are planning to send him to England, with a startling message for the Allied forces: surrender, or face the Nazis' "ultimate weapon."
Saturday, March 8th, 1969
24: The Big Dish
Hogan's latest mission: destroy an elaborate anti-aircraft defense system designed by a beautiful English woman who has defected to Germany.
Saturday, March 15th, 1969
25: The Return of Major Bonacelli
An Italian officer, who once studied under Colonel Klink, is the ideal candidate to assist Hogan and his men in a daring plan to photograph a new Nazi gun installation.
Saturday, March 22nd, 1969
26: Happy Birthday, Dear Hogan
To celebrate Colonel Hogan's birthday with a bang, his men plan to surprise him by blowing up a Nazi ammunition dump. But will the merry celebrants fall into an elaborate trap set by the Germans?
Friday, September 26th, 1969
1: Hogan Goes Hollywood
To transmit information home, Colonel Hogan plans to cast an American actor to star in a German propaganda film.
Friday, October 3rd, 1969
2: The Well
Hogan steals the Luftwaffe codebook, but can't use it after Newkirk accidentally drops it down a well.
Friday, October 10th, 1969
3: The Klink Commandos
In order to steal key documents, Hogan and his men volunteer for a German suicide-squad train bound for the Russian front.
Friday, October 17th, 1969
4: The Gasoline War
Hogan and his men plan to demolish a gasoline station that's just been built in camp.
Friday, October 24th, 1969
5: Unfair Exchange
Hogan kidnaps General Burkhalter's sister, with the intention of exchanging her for a captured Allied agent.
Friday, October 31st, 1969
6: The Kommandant Dies at Dawn
Colonel Klink is set up for execution after the gestapo finds him with underground information --- planted on him by Hogan.
Friday, November 7th, 1969
A new weapon is about to be tested and Hogan schemes to get the blueprints to foil its detonation.
Friday, November 14th, 1969
8: The Big Picture
When the Gestapo blackmails Klink, Hogan plans to steal the incriminating photo.
Friday, November 21st, 1969
9: The Big Gamble
Hogan plots to keep a secret device, hidden on board a downed plane, from the Germans.
Friday, November 28th, 1969
10: The Defector
A defecting Field Marshal tailed by Major Hochstetter to Stalag 13 needs Hogan's help to get to England.
Friday, December 5th, 1969
11: The Empty Parachute
By planting an opened parachute in camp, Hogan tricks the Germans into looking for an Allied agent --- so he can find the missing briefcase that was handcuffed to a courier.
Friday, December 12th, 1969
12: The Antique
Hogan convinces Klink to open a business selling "rare" cuckoo clocks, which Hogan plans to use for smuggling information.
Friday, December 19th, 1969
13: Is There a Traitor in the House?
Hogan plans to filter information into London through the wires of a German propaganda radio broadcast.
Friday, December 26th, 1969
14: At Last - Schultz Knows Something
Hogan prods Sergeant Schultz to reveal the site of a secret atomic installation that Schultz has been assigned to guard.
Friday, January 2nd, 1970
15: How's the Weather?
Hogan throws an anniversary party for Klink, planning to use party balloons to forecast the weather.
Friday, January 9th, 1970
16: Get Fit or Go Fight
Hogan convinces Klink to get back in shape so he won't be shipped to the Russian front.
Friday, January 16th, 1970
17: Fat Hermann, Go Home
Things heat up as Hogan schemes to return a load of stolen paintings to London, just as Marya convinces Schultz to impersonate Reich Marshal Goering.
Friday, January 23rd, 1970
18: The Softer They Fall
"Kinch" agrees to fight a German boxing champ to divert attention from a heist that Hogan is planning.
Friday, January 30th, 1970
19: Gowns by Yvette
By having LeBeau design her gown, Hogan plans to use the wedding of Burkhalter's niece as a smokescreen to smuggle a defector out of Germany.
Friday, February 13th, 1970
20: One Army at a Time
When he's captured in German uniform, Carter convinces the Germans that he is one of them.
Friday, February 20th, 1970
21: Standing Room Only
Hogan tries to save Klink from the officer who wants to turn him in for his lousy bookkeeping skills.
Friday, February 27th, 1970
22: Six Lessons from Madame LaGrange
With the help of a singer, Hogan schemes to prevent the Gestapo from arresting all the local Allied agents.
Friday, March 6th, 1970
23: The Sergeant's Analyst
Schultz is headed for the Russian front because Burkhalter caught him goofing off.
Friday, March 13th, 1970
24: The Merry Widow
To transport secret documents, Hogan sets up Klink with a female agent --- but when the wrong documents fall into Klink's hands, Schultz becomes the delivery boy.
Friday, March 20th, 1970
25: Crittendon's Commandos
On a mission to capture Rommel, Colonel Crittendon and his commandos parachute into camp, but the Colonel is the only one to avoid capture.
Friday, March 27th, 1970
26: Klink's Escape
Hogan gets Klink to believe he is about to bust a POW escape ring.
Sunday, September 20th, 1970
1: Cuisine à la Stalag 13
Colonel Hogan needs LeBeau to whip up something special for a German general, but the chef has made plans to escape to France.
Sunday, September 27th, 1970
2: The Experts
When the Gestapo targets Colonel Klink's radio expert, Hogan helps save him before he's silenced for good.
Sunday, October 4th, 1970
3: Klink's Masterpiece
Hogan convinces Klink that he is a great artist so he can smuggle out some maps in the Kommandant's canvases.
Sunday, October 11th, 1970
4: Lady Chitterly's Lover (1)
Part 1 of 2. When Sir Charles Chitterly parachutes into Stalag 13, Hogan asks Colonel Crittendon to pretend he's Sir Charles --- but Lady Chitterly isn't fooled.
Sunday, October 18th, 1970
5: Lady Chitterly's Lover (2)
Part 2 of 2. Hogan fears the phony Sir Charles can't trick Hitler. Things get even more complicated when Chitterly escapes from the prisoner's tunnel.
Sunday, October 25th, 1970
6: The Gestapo Takeover
The heroes try to prevent the Gestapo from sending Klink and Schultz to the Russian front.
Sunday, November 1st, 1970
7: Kommandant Schultz
When Schultz is put in command, his mania for power jeopardizes Hogan's plan to smuggle uranium to London.
Sunday, November 8th, 1970
8: Eight O'Clock and All Is Well
Right after he tells a new prisoner about their secret operations, Hogan discovers he's a German spy.
Sunday, November 15th, 1970
9: The Big Record
When Klink gives the heroes a tape recorder so they can send messages back home, Hogan has bigger plans for the device.
Sunday, November 22nd, 1970
10: It's Dynamite
Hogan's plot to hijack a dynamite truck takes a different tack when the truck makes an unscheduled stop.
Sunday, November 29th, 1970
11: Operation Tiger
Hogan and his men mastermind the ambush of a Gestapo train that's transporting an underground agent to Berlin.
Sunday, December 6th, 1970
12: The Big Broadcast
The heroes use Klink's car radio to pass information to an underground agent about a German rocket factory.
Sunday, December 13th, 1970
13: The Gypsy
To smuggle out an anti-radar device, Hogan passes LeBeau off as a fortune-teller after convincing Klink he's been struck by lightning.
Sunday, December 27th, 1970
14: The Dropouts
When three Gestapo officers detain Hogan and Carter, the two frantically plan their escape --- until they learn the officers want to defect.
Sunday, January 10th, 1971
15: Easy Come, Easy Go
Klink takes Hogan to England to steal an Allied plane, but Hogan has other plans --- to expose some Nazi spies.
Sunday, January 17th, 1971
16: The Meister Spy
The heroes pose a Nazi officers to root out a German spy posing as an American pilot.
Sunday, January 24th, 1971
17: That's No Lady, That's My Spy
Dressed as a general's wife, Newkirk attends a tea party to deliver penicillin to an underground leader.
Sunday, January 31st, 1971
18: To Russia without Love
To get ahold of secret papers, Hogan enlists a beautiful Russian spy to convince Klink he's needed at the Russian front.
Sunday, February 7th, 1971
19: Klink for the Defense
When Klink gets assigned to defend a German officer accused of treason, Hogan helps to prove his innocence.
Sunday, February 21st, 1971
20: The Kamikazes Are Coming
When a rocket lands near camp, the heroes don't know how they'll smuggle it out --- until Russian spy Marya comes on the scene.
Sunday, February 28th, 1971
21: Kommandant Gertrude
General Burkhalter's sister Gertrude thinks her dim-witted fiance should be made Klink's assistant, which interferes with Hogan's plan to aid an American general.
Sunday, March 7th, 1971
22: Hogan's Double Life
When Gestapo agents accuse Hogan of sabotage, he explains that his exact double, a German traitor, is the real culprit.
Sunday, March 21st, 1971
23: Look at the Pretty Snowflakes
Hogan and his men start an avalanche to prevent Panzer tanks from reaching their destination.
Sunday, March 28th, 1971
24: Rockets or Romance
Hogan and a beautiful underground agent team up to immobilize three mobile rocket launchers.