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Hogan's Heroes





Hogan's Heroes is a comedy about prisoners in Stalag 13 do their part in in World War II against the Nazis. Col. Klink is very proud that no prisoner has ever escaped under his watch, not that they would want to. Suave, cool and smart, Col. Hogan takes advantage of Col. Klink and Sgt. Schultz's bravado and general cluelessness to carry out his missions.

Episode Info

Prev: 6x23 -- Look at the Pretty Snowflakes (Mar/21/1971)


Hogan starts an avalanche.


Cast
Bob CraneBob Crane
As Col. Robert Hogan
Werner KlempererWerner Klemperer
As Col. Wilhelm Klink
Werner KlempererWerner Klemperer
As Col. Wilhelm Klink
John BannerJohn Banner
As Sgt. Hans Schultz
John BannerJohn Banner
As Sgt. Hans Schultz
Robert ClaryRobert Clary
As Cpl. Louis LeBeau
Robert ClaryRobert Clary
As Cpl. Louis LeBeau
Richard DawsonRichard Dawson
As Cpl. Peter Newkirk
Larry HovisLarry Hovis
As Sgt. Andrew Carter
Larry HovisLarry Hovis
As Sgt. Andrew Carter

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Crew

Creator: Bernard Fein, Albert S. Ruddy
Executive Producer: Edward H. Feldman
Producer: William A. Calihan, Jr.
Associate Producer: Jerry London (1)
Casting: Milt Hamerman, Lynn Stalmaster
Unit Production Manager: William A. Calihan, Jr.
Music Editor: Milton Lustig
Music Supervisor: Richard Berres, Milton Lustig

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Recurring Guests

Leon Askin as Burkhalter (87 eps)
Howard Caine as Major Keitel (65 eps)
Sigrid Valdis as Gretchen (65 eps)
Cynthia Lynn as Helga (37 eps)
Jon Cedar as Corp. Langenscheidt (31 eps)
David Morick as Corporal Sontag (28 eps)
Walter Janowitz as Schnitzer (20 eps)
Edward Knight as Major Klopfer (15 eps)
John Crawford as Lieutentant Ritchie (13 eps)
Nita Talbot as Marya (13 eps)

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Themes
Hogan's Heroes March  
Akas
• Ein Käfig voller Helden (New Title), (Used In Germany)
• Guerra, Sombra e Água Fresca (Used In Brazil)
• Hogans hjältar (Used In Sweden)
• Los héroes de Hogan (Used In Spain)
• Papa Schultz (Used In France)
• Stacheldraht und Fersengeld (Used In Germany)
• Stalag 13 (On Canal+), (Used In France)
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