List of Hogan's Heroes episodes

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Hogan's Heroes is an American television sitcom co-created by Bernard Fein and Albert S. Ruddy. The show is set during World War II, and concerns a group of Allied prisoners of war who use a German POW camp as a base of operations for sabotage and espionage purposes directed against Nazi Germany. It ran for six seasons, with 168 episodes being produced in total. The show premiered on CBS on September 17, 1965, and ran until April 4, 1971.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 32 September 17, 1965 (1965-09-17) April 29, 1966 (1966-04-29)
2 30 September 16, 1966 (1966-09-16) April 7, 1967 (1967-04-07)
3 30 September 9, 1967 (1967-09-09) March 30, 1968 (1968-03-30)
4 26 September 28, 1968 (1968-09-28) March 22, 1969 (1969-03-22)
5 26 September 26, 1969 (1969-09-26) March 27, 1970 (1970-03-27)
6 24 September 20, 1970 (1970-09-20) April 4, 1971 (1971-04-04)

DVD releases[edit]

At present, the following DVD sets have been released by Paramount Home Video.[1]

DVD set Episodes Release date
Hogan's Heroes: The Complete First Season 32 March 15, 2005 (2005-03-15)
Hogan's Heroes: The Complete Second Season 30 September 27, 2005 (2005-09-27)
Hogan's Heroes: The Complete Third Season 30 March 7, 2006 (2006-03-07)
Hogan's Heroes: The Complete Fourth Season 26 August 15, 2006 (2006-08-15)
Hogan's Heroes: The Complete Fifth Season 26 December 19, 2006 (2006-12-19)
Hogan's Heroes: The Sixth & Final Season 24 June 5, 2007 (2007-06-05)
Hogan's Heroes: Kommandant's Kollection – The Complete Series 168 November 24, 2009 (2009-11-24)

Episodes[edit]

Season One (1965-66)[edit]

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1 1 "The Informer" Robert Butler Teleplay: Richard M. Powell and Bernard Fein & Albert S. Ruddy
Story: Bernard Fein & Albert S. Ruddy
September 17, 1965 (1965-09-17)
Pilot episode: 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. This is the only Black-and-white episode in the series. Timeline: the date given is February 1942.
2 2 "Hold That Tiger" Robert Butler Richard M. Powell September 24, 1965 (1965-09-24)
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.
3 3 "Kommandant of the Year" Robert Butler Laurence Marks October 1, 1965 (1965-10-01)
To give a scientist access to a rocket being kept in Stalag 13, Col. Hogan arranges for Kommandant Klink to receive an award.
4 4 "The Late Inspector General" Robert Butler Richard M. Powell October 8, 1965 (1965-10-08)
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.
5 5 "The Flight of the Valkyrie" Gene Reynolds Richard M. Powell October 15, 1965 (1965-10-15)
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.
6 6 "The Prisoner's Prisoner" Gene Reynolds R.S. Allen and Harvey Bullock October 22, 1965 (1965-10-22)
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.
7 7 "German Bridge Is Falling Down" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks October 29, 1965 (1965-10-29)
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.
8 8 "Movies Are Your Best Escape" Howard Morris Laurence Marks November 5, 1965 (1965-11-05)
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.
9 9 "Go Light on the Heavy Water" Howard Morris Arthur Julian November 12, 1965 (1965-11-12)
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.
10 10 "Top Hat, White Tie and Bomb Sights" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks November 19, 1965 (1965-11-19)
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.
11 11 "Happiness Is a Warm Sergeant" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks November 26, 1965 (1965-11-26)
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.
12 12 "The Scientist" Howard Morris Laurence Marks December 3, 1965 (1965-12-03)
Corporal LeBeau masquerades as a French chemist while the prisoners smuggle the real scientist out of Germany.
13 13 "Hogan's Hofbrau" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks December 10, 1965 (1965-12-10)
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.
14 14 "Oil for the Lamps of Hogan" Howard Morris Laurence Marks December 17, 1965 (1965-12-17)
When General Burkhalter threatens to close Stalag 13, Hogan convinces the Germans that they’re sitting on an oil well.
15 15 "Reservations Are Required" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks December 24, 1965 (1965-12-24)
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.
16 16 "Anchors Aweigh, Men of Stalag 13" Howard Morris David Chandler and Jack H. Robinson December 31, 1965 (1965-12-31)
London reports the escape sub is out of commission, leaving Hogan to build a boat to get his current escapee back to England.
17 17 "Happy Birthday, Adolf" Robert Butler Laurence Marks January 7, 1966 (1966-01-07)
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.
18 18 "The Gold Rush" Howard Morris Laurence Marks January 14, 1966 (1966-01-14)
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.
19 19 "Hello, Zolle" Gene Reynolds David Chandler and Jack H. Robinson January 21, 1966 (1966-01-21)
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.
20 20 "It Takes a Thief... Sometimes" Howard Morris Richard M. Powell January 28, 1966 (1966-01-28)
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. Michael Constantine guest-stars.
21 21 "The Great Impersonation" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks February 4, 1966 (1966-02-04)
Hogan recruits Schultz to play the part of Kommandant Klink after Carter, Newkirk and LeBeau are captured while on a sabotage job.
22 22 "The Pizza Parlor" Gene Reynolds Arthur Julian February 11, 1966 (1966-02-11)
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".
23 23 "The 43rd, a Moving Story" Howard Morris James Allardice & Tom Adair February 25, 1966 (1966-02-25)
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.
24 24 "How to Cook a German Goose by Radar" Gene Reynolds Phil Sharp March 4, 1966 (1966-03-04)
A new prisoner irritates everyone until he reveals himself to be a general in need of assistance in directing a bombing mission.
25 25 "Psychic Kommandant" Gene Reynolds Phil Sharp March 11, 1966 (1966-03-11)
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.
26 26 "The Prince from the Phone Company" Gene Reynolds Richard M. Powell March 18, 1966 (1966-03-18)
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.
27 27 "The Safecracker Suite" Howard Morris Laurence Marks March 25, 1966 (1966-03-25)
Hogan imports a safecracker from London to protect the secrets of a man who was in on a conspiracy to kill Hitler.
28 28 "I Look Better in Basic Black" Howard Morris Arthur Julian April 1, 1966 (1966-04-01)
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.
29 29 "The Assassin" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell April 8, 1966 (1966-04-08)
Hogan’s plan to assassinate an atomic scientist runs afoul when Group Captain Crittendon unexpectedly turns up and insists on helping.
30 30 "Cupid Comes to Stalag 13" Howard Morris Phil Sharp April 15, 1966 (1966-04-15)
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.
31 31 "The Flame Grows Higher" Howard Morris Teleplay: David Chandler & Jack H. Robinson and Laurence Marks
Story: David Chandler & Jack H. Robinson
April 22, 1966 (1966-04-22)
Hogan, Newkirk and LeBeau run the escape route toward London in search of traitors along the way.
32 32 "Request Permission to Escape" Edward H. Feldman Laurence Marks April 29, 1966 (1966-04-29)
Sergeant Carter requests to escape back to the U.S. after his girlfriend sends him a Dear John letter.

Season Two (1966-67)[edit]

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33 1 "Hogan Gives a Birthday Party" Gene Reynolds Richard M. Powell September 16, 1966 (1966-09-16)
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.
34 2 "The Schultz Brigade" Gene Reynolds Richard M. Powell September 23, 1966 (1966-09-23)
Klink is caught in a plot against General Burkhalter and sentenced to face the firing squad if Hogan can’t bail him out.
35 3 "Diamonds in the Rough" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks September 30, 1966 (1966-09-30)
A Gestapo agent learns the inner workings of Hogan’s operation and demands a million dollars in diamonds in exchange for his silence.
36 4 "Operation Briefcase" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks October 7, 1966 (1966-10-07)
The team is ordered to deliver an explosive laden briefcase to a German officer who is on his way to assassinate Hitler.
37 5 "The Battle of Stalag 13" Bob Sweeney Richard M. Powell October 14, 1966 (1966-10-14)
Battle lines are drawn when both the Wehrmacht and Gestapo demand the use of Stalag 13 for their own purposes.
38 6 "The Rise and Fall of Sergeant Schultz" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks October 21, 1966 (1966-10-21)
Hogan takes advantage of Schultz’ friendship with a general in order to rescue an underground agent from the Gestapo.
39 7 "Hogan Springs" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks October 28, 1966 (1966-10-28)
After the prisoners’ tunneling causes a water pipe to burst, Hogan convinces Klink that there’s a mineral spring beneath the camp.
40 8 "A Klink, a Bomb and a Short Fuse" Edward H. Feldman Phil Sharp November 4, 1966 (1966-11-04)
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.
41 9 "Tanks for the Memory" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks November 11, 1966 (1966-11-11)
The Germans are testing a remote controlled tank at Stalag 13, motivating the prisoners to thwart their efforts.
42 10 "A Tiger Hunt in Paris: Part 1" Bob Sweeney Richard M. Powell November 18, 1966 (1966-11-18)
Hogan and LeBeau head for Paris to rescue French resistance fighter, Tiger (Arlene Martel), from the Gestapo.
43 11 "A Tiger Hunt in Paris: Part 2" Bob Sweeney Richard M. Powell November 27, 1966 (1966-11-27)
Hogan forms an uneasy alliance with Marya, a crazy Russian spy, in order to free Tiger and Klink from Gestapo headquarters.
44 12 "Will the Real Adolf Please Stand Up?" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks December 2, 1966 (1966-12-02)
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.
45 13 "Don't Forget to Write" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks December 9, 1966 (1966-12-09)
Klink accidentally volunteers for combat duty and must turn to Hogan for help in retaining his current post.
46 14 "Klink's Rocket" Bob Sweeney Art Baer & Ben Joelson December 16, 1966 (1966-12-16)
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.
47 15 "Information Please" Edward H. Feldman Laurence Marks December 23, 1966 (1966-12-23)
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.
48 16 "Art for Hogan's Sake" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks December 30, 1966 (1966-12-30)
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.
49 17 "The General Swap" Gene Reynolds R.S. Allen and Harvey Bullock January 6, 1967 (1967-01-06)
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.
50 18 "The Great Brinksmeyer Robbery" Bob Sweeney Phil Sharp January 13, 1967 (1967-01-13)
When their bribe money goes up in smoke, Hogan’s team plans a bank robbery.
51 19 "Praise the Führer and Pass the Ammunition" Bob Sweeney Jack Elinson January 20, 1967 (1967-01-20)
The prisoners celebrate Klink’s birthday by swapping live ammunition for the dummy stuff meant to be used in a war game.
52 20 "Hogan and the Lady Doctor" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks January 27, 1967 (1967-01-27)
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. Ruta Lee guest stars.
53 21 "The Swing Shift" Edward H. Feldman Art Baer & Ben Joelson February 3, 1967 (1967-02-03)
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.
54 22 "Heil Klink" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell February 10, 1967 (1967-02-10)
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.
55 23 "Everyone Has a Brother-in-Law" Edward H. Feldman Laurence Marks February 17, 1967 (1967-02-17)
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.
56 24 "Killer Klink" Bob Sweeney Harvey Bullock & R.S. Allen February 24, 1967 (1967-02-24)
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.
57 25 "Reverend Kommandant Klink" Gene Reynolds Teleplay: Richard M. Powell and Ben Joelson & Art Baer
Story: Ben Joelson & Art Baer
March 3, 1967 (1967-03-03)
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.
58 26 "The Most Escape-Proof Camp I've Ever Escaped From" Edward H. Feldman Bill Davenport March 10, 1967 (1967-03-10)
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.
59 27 "The Tower" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks March 17, 1967 (1967-03-17)
Blackmailing Gen. Burkhalter becomes necessary when Klink is put in charge of security on the radio tower Hogan’s team intends to destroy.
60 28 "Colonel Klink's Secret Weapon" Gene Reynolds Phil Sharp March 24, 1967 (1967-03-24)
After the inspector general gives Stalag 13 a near-failing grade, Klink brings in an efficiency expert to improve the camp’s standing.
61 29 "The Top Secret Top Coat" Howard Morris Bill Davenport March 31, 1967 (1967-03-31)
Klink accidentally comes into possession of top secret information which Hogan must steal from him before the Gestapo starts asking questions.
62 30 "The Reluctant Target" Bob Sweeney Phil Sharp April 7, 1967 (1967-04-07)
Klink and Hogan switch uniforms after Klink becomes convinced an assassin is after him.

Season Three (1967-68)[edit]

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63 1 "The Crittendon Plan" Gene Reynolds Richard M. Powell September 9, 1967 (1967-09-09)
The sabotage job London wants the team to do sounds suicidal even before they learn Crittendon (Bernard Fox) apparently came up with the plan.
64 2 "Some of Their Planes Are Missing" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks September 16, 1967 (1967-09-16)
Luftwaffe pilots have been practicing with Allied planes, prompting Hogan to become social with the Germans to learn their plans.
65 3 "D-Day at Stalag 13" Gene Reynolds Richard M. Powell September 23, 1967 (1967-09-23)

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!

Note: The Heroes and the Germans are wearing the standard winter wardrobe, the episode's timeline is clearly obvious as the first week of June, 1944.
66 4 "Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hari" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks September 30, 1967 (1967-09-30)
There’s a new romance in Schultz’s life. It’s too bad she’s a Gestapo agent.
67 5 "Funny Thing Happened on the Way to London" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks October 7, 1967 (1967-10-07)
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.
68 6 "Casanova Klink" Edward H. Feldman Bill Davenport October 14, 1967 (1967-10-14)
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.
69 7 "How to Win Friends and Influence Nazis" Bob Sweeney Phil Sharp October 21, 1967 (1967-10-21)
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.
70 8 "Nights in Shining Armor" Gene Reynolds Laurence Marks October 28, 1967 (1967-10-28)
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.
71 9 "Hot Money" Bob Sweeney Laurence Marks November 4, 1967 (1967-11-04)
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.
72 10 "One in Every Crowd" Bob Sweeney Laurence Marks November 11, 1967 (1967-11-11)
American Jack Wilson has had enough of POW life and he’s willing to sell out Hogan’s entire operation to earn his freedom.
73 11 "Is General Hammerschlag Burning?" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell November 18, 1967 (1967-11-18)
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. Barbara McNair guest stars.
74 12 "A Russian Is Coming" Bob Sweeney Phil Sharp November 25, 1967 (1967-11-25)
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.
75 13 "An Evening of Generals" Bob Sweeney Laurence Marks December 2, 1967 (1967-12-02)
When the top Nazi generals plan a meeting in Hammelburg, London assigns Hogan’s team to perform a mass assassination job.
76 14 "Everybody Loves a Snowman" Bob Sweeney Arthur Julian December 9, 1967 (1967-12-09)
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.
77 15 "The Hostage" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell December 16, 1967 (1967-12-16)
Russian spy Marya (Nita Talbot) has been telling her lover quite a lot about Hogan’s operation and the general is eager to bait the team into revealing themselves.
78 16 "Carter Turns Traitor" Howard Morris Richard M. Powell December 23, 1967 (1967-12-23)
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.
79 17 "Two Nazis for the Price of One" Bruce Bilson Phil Sharp December 30, 1967 (1967-12-30)
London orders the team to return home after the Gestapo begins pumping Hogan for information about something called the Manhattan Project.
80 18 "Is There a Doctor in the House?" Edward H. Feldman Arthur Julian January 6, 1968 (1968-01-06)
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.
81 19 "Hogan, Go Home" Edward H. Feldman Bill Davenport January 13, 1968 (1968-01-13)
When the Americans ask for their colonel back, Hogan is initially willing to head home, until he learns his replacement is Crittendon.
82 20 "Sticky Wicket Newkirk" John Rich Richard M. Powell January 20, 1968 (1968-01-20)
Newkirk is captured while on a reconnaissance mission and is scheduled for transfer. Defying orders, he flees back to Hammelburg to rescue a girl.
83 21 "War Takes a Holiday" Bruce Bilson Art Baer & Ben Joelson January 27, 1968 (1968-01-27)
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.
84 22 "Duel of Honor" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell February 3, 1968 (1968-02-03)
To smuggle a list of names out of Germany, Hogan devises an elaborate plan involving Klink believing a woman (Antoinette Bower) has fallen in love with him.
85 23 "Axis Annie" John Rich Laurence Marks February 10, 1968 (1968-02-10)
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.
86 24 "What Time Does the Balloon Go Up?" Marc Daniels Arthur Julian February 17, 1968 (1968-02-17)
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.
87 25 "LeBeau and the Little Old Lady" Bruce Bilson Arthur Julian February 24, 1968 (1968-02-24)
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.
88 26 "How to Escape from Prison Camp Without Really Trying" Edward H. Feldman Bill Davenport March 3, 1968 (1968-03-03)
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.
89 27 "The Collector General" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks March 10, 1968 (1968-03-10)
The team decides to steal from a thief when a Nazi general outfits a nearby mine as a storage place for looted museum pieces.
90 28 "The Ultimate Weapon" Marc Daniels Richard M. Powell March 17, 1968 (1968-03-17)
Schultz attracts Berlin’s notice when he suddenly acquires the ability to predict Allied bombing raids and attacks on the Eastern front.
91 29 "Monkey Business" Bob Sweeney Arthur Julian March 24, 1968 (1968-03-24)
When the Hammelburg Zoo is hit in a bombing raid, the prisoners adopt Freddy, a stray chimpanzee, as their new camp mascot.
92 30 "Drums Along the Dusseldorf" Bob Sweeney Arthur Julian March 31, 1968 (1968-03-31)
Sabotage plans go wrong, forcing Hogan to rely on Carter’s archery skills to destroy a truck carrying jet fuel.

Season Four (1968-69)[edit]

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93 1 "Clearance Sale at the Black Market" Edward H. Feldman Laurence Marks September 28, 1968 (1968-09-28)
Schultz stumbles into a meeting of black market dealers and abruptly finds himself transferred to the Russian front.
94 2 "Klink vs. the Gonculator" Bruce Bilson Phil Sharp October 5, 1968 (1968-10-05)
Carter’s over-elaborate rabbit trap proves excellent at catching Nazis when Hogan uses it to lure an electrical expert into camp.
95 3 "How to Catch a Papa Bear" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks October 12, 1968 (1968-10-12)
The Gestapo’s well laid plan to catch Col. Hogan results in them bagging Newkirk instead.
96 4 "Hogan's Trucking Service... We Deliver the Factory to You" Edward H. Feldman Bill Davenport October 19, 1968 (1968-10-19)
After Crittendon declares himself leader of the local underground, Hogan struggles to complete his current mission in spite of Crittendon’s assistance.
97 5 "To the Gestapo with Love" Bruce Bilson Arthur Julian October 26, 1968 (1968-10-26)
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.
98 6 "Man's Best Friend Is Not His Dog" Bruce Bilson Phil Sharp November 2, 1968 (1968-11-02)
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.
99 7 "Never Play Cards with Strangers" Marc Daniels Laurence Marks November 9, 1968 (1968-11-09)
Hogan suffers through several boring dinner parties while his team struggles to blow up a factory.
100 8 "Color the Luftwaffe Red" Marc Daniels Laurence Marks November 16, 1968 (1968-11-16)
The team offers to paint the new Luftwaffe headquarters in order to plant some bugs.
101 9 "Guess Who Came to Dinner?" Marc Daniels Arthur Julian November 23, 1968 (1968-11-23)
Informant Heidi Eberhardt is desperate to get out of Germany, but when her underground contact is arrested Hogan has second thoughts about her loyalty.
102 10 "No Names Please" Marc Daniels Laurence Marks November 30, 1968 (1968-11-30)
Hogan and Klink deal with a Gestapo spy among the guards after a war reporter reveals details of Hogan’s operation to the newspapers.
103 11 "Bad Day in Berlin" Richard Kinon Laurence Marks December 7, 1968 (1968-12-07)
To catch a spy, Hogan teams up with a deep-cover American spy (Harold J. Stone) and takes a trip to Berlin.
104 12 "Will the Blue Baron Strike Again?" Marc Daniels Arthur Julian December 14, 1968 (1968-12-14)
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.
105 13 "Will the Real Colonel Klink Please Stand Up Against the Wall?" Richard Kinon Bill Davenport December 21, 1968 (1968-12-21)
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.
106 14 "Man in a Box" Richard Kinon Laurence Marks December 28, 1968 (1968-12-28)
LeBeau’s small stature makes him perfect for smuggling into a research facility.
107 15 "The Missing Klink" Marc Daniels Bill Davenport January 4, 1969 (1969-01-04)
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?
108 16 "Who Stole My Copy of Mein Kampf?" Bruce Bilson Phil Sharp January 11, 1969 (1969-01-11)
The team has second thoughts about following London’s orders when they learn their assassination target is a woman (Ruta Lee).
109 17 "Operation Hannibal" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks January 18, 1969 (1969-01-18)
Hogan will have to play by someone else’s rules when a general’s daughter offers him vital information, but only on her terms.
110 18 "My Favorite Prisoner" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks January 25, 1969 (1969-01-25)
Klink’s plan to use a lovely baroness (Marj Dusay) to charm information out of Hogan works to the colonel’s advantage when London asks him to leak a false defense report.
111 19 "Watch the Trains Go By" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks February 1, 1969 (1969-02-01)
With Klink doubling security and London demanding results, Hogan will have to rely on Gertrude (Alice Ghostley) to deliver a distraction while he blows up a train.
112 20 "Klink's Old Flame" Bruce Bilson Arthur Julian February 8, 1969 (1969-02-08)
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.
113 21 "Up in Klink's Room" Bruce Bilson Harvey Bullock & R.S. Allen February 15, 1969 (1969-02-15)
Hogan feigns illness to gain access to the local hospital and his wounded contact inside it.
114 22 "The Purchasing Plan" Marc Daniels Laurence Marks February 22, 1969 (1969-02-22)
Carter’s solution to the Stalag’s financial problems may also offer a solution to Hogan’s ammunition distribution problems.
115 23 "The Witness" Marc Daniels Richard M. Powell March 1, 1969 (1969-03-01)
Hogan is forced to play Marya’s games when she arranges for him to be present at the testing of a new rocket.
116 24 "The Big Dish" Edward H. Feldman Ben Gershman March 8, 1969 (1969-03-08)
As the ack-ack blasts Allied fighters from the sky, the team races to destroy a new radar dish and discredit the British scientist (Karen Steele) who created it.
117 25 "The Return of Major Bonacelli" Jerry London Arthur Julian March 15, 1969 (1969-03-15)
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.
118 26 "Happy Birthday, Dear Hogan" Marc Daniels Arthur Julian March 22, 1969 (1969-03-22)
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.

Season Five (1969-70)[edit]

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119 1 "Hogan Goes Hollywood" Edward H. Feldman Story: Tony Thomas
Teleplay: Richard M. Powell
September 26, 1969 (1969-09-26)
Klink turns Stalag 13 into a propaganda film set after a Hollywood movie star turned soldier (Alan Oppenheimer) is placed in the camp.
120 2 "The Well" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks October 3, 1969 (1969-10-03)
When the German’s new code book ends up at the bottom of the well, the airmen will have to take a lesson from the navy to get it back.
121 3 "The Klink Commandos" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell October 10, 1969 (1969-10-10)
Marya’s latest lover is using her as bait to scoop up her underground contacts. Hogan’s team may have to volunteer for service on the Russian front to keep their operation safe.
122 4 "The Gasoline War" Richard Kinon Laurence Marks October 17, 1969 (1969-10-17)
When a gas station is installed at Stalag 13, the prisoners must find a way to sabotage the war effort without revealing their home base.
123 5 "Unfair Exchange" Richard Kinon Laurence Marks October 24, 1969 (1969-10-24)
The team take Gertrude (Kathleen Freeman) hostage in order to rescue an underground operative.
124 6 "The Kommandant Dies at Dawn" Richard Kinon Arthur Julian October 31, 1969 (1969-10-31)
Klink spills Luftwaffe secrets at a dinner party and is sentenced to face the firing squad.
125 7 "Bombsight" Richard Kinon R.S. Allen and Harvey Bullock November 7, 1969 (1969-11-07)
The already difficult task of sabotaging the new German bombs becomes further complicated when Newkirk is caught with his hands in Klink’s safe.
126 8 "The Big Picture" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks November 14, 1969 (1969-11-14)
The camp budget begins to disappear when a Gestapo major blackmails the kommandant.
127 9 "The Big Gamble" Marc Daniels Laurence Marks November 21, 1969 (1969-11-21)
When an American bomber crashes outside the gates, the team puts their forgery and card shark skills to work to swap out a vital piece.
128 10 "The Defector" Jerry London Laurence Marks November 28, 1969 (1969-11-28)
Defector Field Marshal Rudolph Richter (Harold J. Stone) panics when the Gestapo comes for him and flees to Stalag 13 days before Hogan is prepared to smuggle him out of Germany.
129 11 "The Empty Parachute" Marc Daniels Phil Sharp December 5, 1969 (1969-12-05)
To spook a courier into unchaining a briefcase from his wrist, the team convinces security that there’s a commando somewhere in camp.
130 12 "The Antique" Bruce Bilson Arthur Julian December 12, 1969 (1969-12-12)
With the underground courier network down, the team will have to find a new way to spread information across the continent. Maybe Klink’s new interest in antiques will help.
131 13 "Is There a Traitor in the House?" Marc Daniels Arthur Julian December 19, 1969 (1969-12-19)
Newkirk turns traitor on international radio after the team’s wireless breaks before they can send London bombing coordinates.
132 14 "At Last—Schultz Knows Something" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks December 26, 1969 (1969-12-26)
Finding the German’s new atomic research facility is proving to be a challenge, even with Klink as its new head of security.
133 15 "How's the Weather?" Marc Daniels R.S. Allen and Harvey Bullock January 2, 1970 (1970-01-02)
London’s request for daily wind and weather reports results in the prisoners getting creative in their ways of acquiring and losing balloons.
134 16 "Get Fit or Go Fight" Jerry London Bill Davenport January 9, 1970 (1970-01-09)
With escapes in the other stalags reaching a critical level, Burkhalter demands his officers pass a physical or be sentenced to get in shape on the Russian front. Klink doesn’t look capable of passing, unless the prisoners give him a hand.
135 17 "Fat Hermann, Go Home" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell January 16, 1970 (1970-01-16)
To retrieve museum pieces the Nazis have been looting, Marya convinces Schultz to play the part of Hermann Göring.
136 18 "The Softer They Fall" Richard Kinon Laurence Marks January 23, 1970 (1970-01-23)
The Nazis intend to prove they’re the master race, even if it means cheating their way through a boxing match between Bruno the Stalag guard and Kinchloe.
137 19 "Gowns by Yvette" Bruce Bilson Arthur Julian January 30, 1970 (1970-01-30)
Wedding bells are ringing in Hammelburg and Hogan’s anxious to help with the planning if it means he can get in touch with an underground operative.
138 20 "One Army at a Time" Edward H. Feldman Laurence Marks February 13, 1970 (1970-02-13)
Carter finds himself promoted to corporal in the Wehrmacht after he’s caught in uniform while on a sabotage job.
139 21 "Standing Room Only" Jerry London Laurence Marks February 20, 1970 (1970-02-20)
With fifteen escapees awaiting transfer and a Luftwaffe major threatening to expose Klink’s theft of camp funds, Hogan has his hands full dealing with trouble.
140 22 "Six Lessons from Madame LaGrange" Jerry London Arthur Julian February 27, 1970 (1970-02-27)
The prisoners debate fight or flight when they learn a traitor in the underground will soon be revealing their names to Major Hochstetter.
141 23 "The Sergeant's Analyst" Bruce Bilson Bill Davenport March 6, 1970 (1970-03-06)
Schultz is headed for the Russian front after Gen. Burkhalter catches him napping in the prisoners’ barracks unless the POWs can hastily convert Schultz into a respectable German soldier.
142 24 "The Merry Widow" Edward H. Feldman Harvey Bullock & R.S. Allen March 13, 1970 (1970-03-13)
To deliver information on deactivating landmines to London, Hogan concocts the legend of the merry widow and sends Klink to woo the most tantalizing woman in Germany (Marj Dusay).
143 25 "Crittendon's Commandos" Edward H. Feldman Bill Davenport March 20, 1970 (1970-03-20)
Hogan’s team takes over an abduction job after Crittendon’s commando team is captured. Unfortunately, Crittendon is still at large and eager to help.
144 26 "Klink's Escape" Bruce Bilson Harvey Bullock & R.S. Allen March 27, 1970 (1970-03-27)
Hogan allows Klink to take over the escape planning business when the kommandant decides to locate the underground station assisting escapees.

Season Six (1970-71)[edit]

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145 1 "Cuisine à la Stalag 13" Jerry London Laurence Marks September 20, 1970 (1970-09-20)
Gen. de Gaulle's call-to-arms inspires LeBeau to leave his current post and return to service in the Free French Army.
146 2 "The Experts" Marc Daniels Laurence Marks September 27, 1970 (1970-09-27)
After the Gestapo murders a Stalag 13 guard, the team rushes to the rescue of his research partner before another man can be killed.
147 3 "Klink's Masterpiece" Richard Kinon Phil Sharp October 4, 1970 (1970-10-04)
To smuggle maps out of camp, Hogan encourages Klink to feed his artistic side.
148 4 "Lady Chitterly's Lover: Part 1" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell October 11, 1970 (1970-10-11)
When Lord Chitterly arrives in Germany to negotiate the surrender of England, Hogan will have to rely on Crittendon to perform a decent acting job for once.
149 5 "Lady Chitterly's Lover: Part 2" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell October 18, 1970 (1970-10-18)
Hogan may not trust Lady Chitterly (Anne Rogers), but he’ll have to follow her plan or else both he and Crittendon are in a world of trouble.
150 6 "The Gestapo Takeover" Irving J. Moore Laurence Marks October 25, 1970 (1970-10-25)
Hogan resorts to blackmail after the Gestapo begin a takeover of the Luftwaffe Stalags.
151 7 "Kommandant Schultz" Marc Daniels Laurence Marks November 1, 1970 (1970-11-01)
Absolute power corrupts instantly when Schultz is given full command of Stalag 13.
152 8 "Eight O'Clock and All Is Well" Richard Kinon Laurence Marks November 8, 1970 (1970-11-08)
New prisoner Captain Martin (Monte Markham) seems legit, but with the Gestapo sniffing around the colonel isn’t taking chances—especially with an ammunition train in need of destroying.
153 9 "The Big Record" Richard Kinon R.S. Allen and Harvey Bullock November 15, 1970 (1970-11-15)
The team is forced to get creative when heightened security won’t let them anywhere near a top secret meeting going on in the rec hall.
154 10 "It's Dynamite" Bob Sweeney Laurence Marks November 22, 1970 (1970-11-22)
The dynamite the Gestapo is storing in the cooler is making everyone uneasy. To further alarm the POWs, the dynamite trucks leaving camp seem to be mysteriously disappearing.
155 11 "Operation Tiger" Jerry London Laurence Marks November 29, 1970 (1970-11-29)
London declares rescuing Tiger from the Gestapo to be too dangerous a task to perform, but Hogan is willing to disobey orders when it involves someone he loves.
156 12 "The Big Broadcast" Jerry London Bill Davenport December 6, 1970 (1970-12-06)
With Hochstetter monitoring radio transmissions in the area, the team will have to find a way to make their setup portable to safely broadcast a bombing location.
157 13 "The Gypsy" Richard Kinon Harvey Bullock & R.S. Allen December 13, 1970 (1970-12-13)
After being struck by lightning, LeBeau begins making increasingly amazing predictions about Col. Klink’s future glory.
158 14 "The Dropouts" Marc Daniels Laurence Marks December 27, 1970 (1970-12-27)
Carter slips up and speaks English while on a sabotage job, leading two scientists and a Gestapo agent straight to Stalag 13.
159 15 "Easy Come, Easy Go" Edward H. Feldman Laurence Marks January 10, 1971 (1971-01-10)
Burkhalter offers Hogan one million dollars to go to England and steal a P-51 fighter for the Nazis.
160 16 "The Meister Spy" Bruce Bilson R.S. Allen and Harvey Bullock January 17, 1971 (1971-01-17)
Major Martin, AKA Hans Strausser (Alan Bergmann), believes the hard part of his information gathering in London is over when he arrives safely in Stalag 13. But with Hogan out to learn what he knows, his troubles are just beginning.
161 17 "That's No Lady, That's My Spy" Jerry London Arthur Julian January 24, 1971 (1971-01-24)
Newkirk does some creative cross-dressing to deliver life-saving medicine to a wounded underground agent. Alice Ghostley guest stars as Mrs. Mannheim.
162 18 "To Russia Without Love" Bruce Bilson Arthur Julian January 31, 1971 (1971-01-31)
Kommandant Becker (H.M. Wynant) of the Eastern front wants a transfer to a warmer assignment. He’s willing to trade Hogan battle plans for Stalag 13. Now Hogan just has to convince Klink that Russia is where he wants to be.
163 19 "Klink for the Defense" Jerry London Bill Davenport February 7, 1971 (1971-02-07)
Luftwaffe Col. Hauptmann (Sandy Kenyon) is on trial for his life and with Klink as his defender, he’s doomed to die unless the prisoners can fabricate some evidence.
164 20 "The Kamikazes Are Coming" Edward H. Feldman Richard M. Powell February 21, 1971 (1971-02-21)
Marya convinces Hogan to defect to the Nazis in order to get access to a new rocket.
165 21 "Kommandant Gertrude" Bruce Bilson Laurence Marks February 28, 1971 (1971-02-28)
Gertrude’s fiancé (Lee Bergere) is assigned as Klink’s new executive. He’s a pushover, but the woman behind the throne is smart enough to turn Stalag 13 into a real prison.
166 22 "Hogan's Double Life" Bruce Bilson Phil Sharp March 7, 1971 (1971-03-07)
His search for the Hammelburg sabotage leader leads Gestapo major Pruhst (Malachi Throne) to Stalag 13 and Col. Hogan is in the crosshairs unless he can find a plausible alternative suspect.
167 23 "Look at the Pretty Snowflakes" Irving J. Moore Arthur Julian March 21, 1971 (1971-03-21)
An avalanche hangs over the pass near Hammelburg in the perfect position to halt a Panzer division. Hogan’s team would love to do a little noise making, if a particularly nasty general didn’t have them in chains.
168 24 "Rockets or Romance" Marc Daniels Arthur Julian April 4, 1971 (1971-04-04)
Three mobile rocket launchers are aimed at London and awaiting detonation, or destruction. With radio detection trucks patrolling the area and one rocket sitting inside Stalag 13, directing the Allied bombers could turn into a suicide mission. Timeline: Klink tells Hogan the Germans will stop the Allies from Capturing Munich-which was captured in March 1945.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hogan's Heroes at TVShowsOnDVD.com

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