Hogan's Heroes

Klink's Old Flame

Season 4, Ep 20, Aired 2/8/69
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  • Episode Description
  • Hogan uses the car of an SS man who's just married Klink's old girlfriend and is honeymooning in Paris, where Hogan needs to pass radios to the underground.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Werner Klemperer

    Col. Wilhelm Klink

  • Bob Crane

    Col. Robert Hogan

  • Richard Dawson

    Cpl. Peter Newkirk

  • Ivan Dixon

    Sgt. James (Ivan) "Kinch" Kinchloe

  • Larry Hovis

    Sgt. Andrew Carter

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Marlena: I've never heard of a prisoner-of-war camp like this. Hogan: Yeah, neither have we. Around here, punishment is not gettin' white wine with the fish!

    • Hogan: Schultz, be sensible, use your head? Schultz: In our army, it's against the regulations.

    • Hogan: ...we'd like to know why the roll calls, the inspections, and the lights-out jazz. Klink: Because we're having a visit from Count Rudolf von Heffernick, an SS general, who was one of Hitler's closest advisors. Hogan: The first thing he oughtta advise Hitler is to shave off that hokey mustache.

    • Newkirk: You are gonna throw a card, aren't ya, Carter? Carter: I'm thinking. Newkirk: That's your big mistake. Carter: Oh, I see what's wrong. Newkirk: A mixed deal? Carter: No, I've got gin rummy.

    Notes (5)

    • This episode marks the third of three unrelated appearances by Arthur Hanson.

    • This episode marks the third of five appearances by Norbert Schiller.

    • This episode marks the ninth of seventeen appearances by Dave Morick.

    • This episode marks the second of five appearances by Ben Wright.

    • This episode appears fourth on the VHS collection's "With a Klink and a Smile" volume.

    Allusions (1)

    • Kinchloe: Her name is Marlene Schneider: Not Marlene Dietrich. Marlene Dietrich was a German-born American actress, singer, and entertainer. She was a Hollywood star during the 1930s, and later, a WWII front-line entertainer. She was also known to have an "active" love life, which brought much unwanted attention.

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