Hogan's Heroes

Season 1 Episode 30

Cupid Comes to Stalag 13

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Apr 15, 1966 on CBS



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Klink: General Burkhalter just left here.
      Hogan: Oh, Russian front?
      Klink: Worse, much worse. He wants me to marry his niece.

    • Klink: I will not lie!
      Hogan: Colonel, any man who won't lie to the woman he loves doesn't deserve to have her.

    • Hogan: You want to know if I'm a ladies' man.
      Klink: That's it exactly.
      Hogan: Well, I can take 'em or leave 'em alone. To be honest with ya, I've taken more than I've left alone.

    • Klink: Do you think it's easy for a man to face the fact that he's been a failure all his life?
      Hogan: No, but you've had a long time to get used to it.

    • Schultz: The lights go out in exactly twenty-three seconds!
      Newkirk: Schultz, you woke me up to tell me that? Buzz off!

    • Gertrude: Why does everybody I know volunteer for the Russian Front? What is the big attraction there?

    • Hogan: He never even mentions his decorations, like the, uh, uh, the Iron Cross, or the Imperial Legion of Merit, or the Victoria Cross.
      Lotte: The Victoria Cross?
      Hogan: Mm-hmm.
      Lotte: But is not that a British decoration?
      Hogan: Well, yeah, but even the British admire a brave man.

    • Carter: Ferguson wants some 'wourchestershire' sauce for his cheeseburgers.
      Hogan: Worcestershire.

    • Burkhalter: What do you think of our Col. Klink?
      Lotte: He looks like a dead fish!

    • (Schultz finds his rifle in LeBeau's bed)
      Schultz: Why do you have to have my rifle?
      LeBeau: I don't have a teddy bear!

  • Notes

    • Kathleen Freeman portrayed Gertrude Linkmeyer in all four appearances.


    • This marks the first of two appearances from Inger Stratton.
      This marks the first of two appearances from George Tyne.

      This marks first of four appearances from Kathleen Freeman.


    • This episode appears first on the VHS collection's "Love and War" volume.

    • Kathleen Freeman was one of the busiest character actresses in Hollywood, perhaps best known as Mother Mary Stigmata [the Penguin] from The Blues Brothers.

  • Allusions

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