Hogan's Heroes

Season 6 Episode 21

Kommandant Gertrude

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Feb 28, 1971 on CBS
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Kommandant Gertrude
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Hogan must get a U.S. general out of camp, Klink's plans to move the fence line, and Gertrude's arrival with her fiancé (that she would make Stalag 13's adjutant.)

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    Werner Klemperer

    Werner Klemperer

    Col. Wilhelm Klink

    Kenneth Washington

    Kenneth Washington

    Sgt. Richard Baker

    Bob Crane

    Bob Crane

    Col. Robert Hogan

    Richard Dawson

    Richard Dawson

    Cpl. Peter Newkirk

    Larry Hovis

    Larry Hovis

    Sgt. Andrew Carter

    John Banner

    John Banner

    Sgt. Hans Schultz

    Kathleen Freeman

    Kathleen Freeman

    Gertrude Linkmeyer

    Guest Star

    Lee Bergere

    Lee Bergere

    Maj. Wolfgang Karp

    Guest Star

    Johnny Haymer

    Johnny Haymer

    Gen. Sharp

    Guest Star

    Leon Askin

    Leon Askin

    Gen. Albert Burkhalter

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Klink: Don't come to attention; I'm just passing through.
        Newkirk: Wasn't even considering it.

      • Gertrude: Moving the guard towers is not necessary?
        Hogan: Oh, there's never been a successful escape from Stalag 13.
        Gertrude: Ja, so Klink has told me. And told me. And told me.

      • Klink: Oh, excuse me. Schultz is drowing in the punch bowl again.
        Fraulein Richter: Is there, uh, a chance that he might, uh, play the violin?
        Hogan: When you joined the Underground, you knew you were risking torture.

      • Gertrude: I would like you to meet my fiancé. Major Wolfgang Karp, this is Colonel Wilhelm Klink, Kommandant.
        Karp: Herr Kommandant.
        Klink: Major Karp. Any fiancé of Gertrude's is a fiancé of mine. Uh, I mean a friend of mine.

      • Hogan: How'd it go?
        Fraulein Richter: Oh, that violin. I thought I'd scream!
        Hogan: It's Klink's version of the Chinese water torture.

      • Klink: What is this remarkable fascination I have for women? Why do they want me? Why, Hogan?
        Hogan: Oh, I don't know. Could be your brains, your charm, your wit, your military bearing.
        Klink: Yes?
        Hogan: Could be. I doubt it.
        Klink: Dismissed!

      • Newkirk: That's the smallest general I ever saw.
        Hogan: Maybe we oughtta throw him back.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Hogan compares Klink's violin solo to Chinese water torture. This alludes to a slow, methodical process in which water is dripped onto an enemy's head with the intent of eventually rendering him insane. This method has never been directly attributed to Chinese usage; indeed it was first used in 16th Century Italy.

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