LeBeau decides to escape from camp.
Hogan hatches a plan to save a radio expert.
Hogan tricks Klink into thinking that he's an artist in order to get contact with an underground art gallery.
An English traitor comes to camp with a message for Hitler.
Hogan's plan goes awry when Chittlerly escapes.
The Gestapo take over Stalag 13 and plan on sending Klink and Schultz to Russia.
Schultz is named camp kommandant, but his new found power goes straight to his head.
Hogan tells a prisoner about his operation, but soon learns that the man is a German spy.
Klink gives the prisoners tape recorders so they can send messages home.
Hogan plans on taking down a dynamite truck, but things don't go as planned when the truck doesn't follow its route.
Hogan and his men work to save an underground leader being sent to Berlin for execution.
Hogan uses a radio to communicate with London.
Hogan is able to fake that LeBeau is a fortune teller in order to get German anti-radar machines to London.
Three scientists are helped to escape by Hogan.
Klink and Hogan are sent to London to steal an Allied airplane.
Hogan and his men pass themselves off for Nazi officers in order to get information out of an American traitor.
Newkirk fakes that he's a general's wife so that he can get penicillin to the underground.
Hogan has a beautiful Russian woman to convince Klink that he should volunteer to fight on the Russian front.
Klink is ordered to serve as the defense for a German officer on trial for treason against Germany. Hogan helps Klink prove the man's innocence so that he can get his hands on secret plans.
A rocket lands near camp, but Hogan and his men can't come up with a way to get it to London for an evaluation.
Hogan hatches a plan to get more information to England.
Hogan must pass himself off for a German officer to avoid being taken in by a Gestapo.
Hogan starts an avalanche.
Hogan partners up with a pretty underground agent to destroy a missile battery.