The Paris exterior shots are filmed on the Mayberry backlot from The Andy Griffith Show. Part of the shops behind Hogan outside the hotel are actually the shops behind the Mayberry Grand.
Newkirk telephonically impersonates Heinrich Himler.
Hogan impersonates black market entrepreneur Sergeant Frank Durkin.
After the opening credits, the scene is set by a graphic reading "Occupied Paris."
Mueller: He had me chop up your desk, he released prisoners, he had a fall, I went for the doctor...
Backsheider: Save the small talk! Did he relieve me of my command?
Mueller: No, he-he-he said nothing of that, sir.
Sontag: I believe we could still catch up with him, Colonel.
Backsheider: Sontag, that is why you will never be anything more than a Corporal. Never!
Schultz: Oh, Colonel Hogan, please! Colonel Hogan, Kommandant Klink has been arrested by the Gestapo, what shall I do?
Hogan: Why don't you go back to the bar and have a drink?
Marya: Colonel Backsheider, uh, the stars work free, but, uh, Marya needs a little bread on the table.
Hogan: Look, um, I was able to get a good deal on some cognac--two carloads. Be glad to cut you in if you can help transport it to Paris.
Backsheider: Oh, every inch of carloading is needed for the German war effort.
Hogan: You were in for fifty percent.
Backsheider: I will see what I can do.
Kinchloe: (manning the switchboard) Klink's still tryin' to get through from Paris.
Newkirk: Let him wait -- ours is a business call.
This episode marked the second of seven recurring role appearances from Nita Talbot.
This episode marked the third of seven appearances from Arlene Martel.
This episode marks the second of two appearances from George N. Neise.
This episode marks the second of five unrelated appearances by Henry Corden, who plays the bumbling, fake Himmler. Perhaps best known for his Disney voice-over work, he was the original voice of Fred Flinstone.
This episode marks the second of seventeen appearances by David Morick.
This episode marks the third of three appearances by John Dehner.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "The Great Deceptions" volume.