Hogan's Heroes

Season 2 Episode 7

Hogan's Springs

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 28, 1966 on CBS

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  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Schultz: I think there is something funny going on here. Monkey business!
      Hogan: Don't think too hard, Schultz. It brings on your headaches.

    • (discussing the 'miracle water' and glancing at Hitler's portrait)
      Hogan: Why don't you send Old Crazy Eyes a dozen bottles.
      Klink: (looks at the portrait) What?
      Hogan: Besides being a nut, I understand he's also batty about natural remedies.

    • Hogan: My men would like to pipe that mineral spring water into the storeroom, then convert it to a bath house and steamroom, if we can use it occasionally.
      Klink: It's good for bathing and drinking? Of course, it must be!
      Hogan: Colonel, you're asking and answering your own questions. That's tops in German efficiency.

    • Hogan: First thing is to get you into Stalag 13.
      Sparrow: You'll hide us in a prisoner of war camp?
      Hogan: We're the only motel for miles around.

    • Kinchloe: Colonel, we got roll call in a few minutes.
      Hogan: Right. If I'm not there, start without me.

  • Notes

    • This episode marks the first of eight unrelated appearances from David Frank.


      This episode marks the fifth of thirteen recurring appearances from Walter Janowitz as Oscar Schnitzer, the dog trainer.  


      This episode marks the first of three unrelated appearances from Sidney Clute.

    • This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Camp Exodus" volume.

  • Allusions

    • Klink labels the new bath house "Strength Through Water," mentioning a change he made from "Strength Through Joy."

      "Strength Through Joy" (translated Kraft durch Freude and abbreviated KdF) was a Third Reich leisure organization which attempted to afford lower-class citizens some recreational rights of the upper class.

    • Hogan questions "Who do they think I am, John Wayne?"

      John Wayne was an American actor appearing in films from the 1920s to the 1970s. He is known for playing rugged characters able to overcome impossible odds.

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