In the opening credits, the director Edward H. Feldman's last name is misspelled Feldmam.
The opening scene begins with a graphic reading "LONDON" appearing over the London skyline.
Hogan: Okay, gentlemen, why would they want Schultz in Hammelburg?
LeBeau: Maybe they're going to put him in cement and use him for a roadblock.
Carter: That's a terrible thing to say about a career man.
Hogan: I'm sorry, sir, I overslept. Had a crazy dream I was on a plane flying back from London!
Klink: The next time you're late for roll call, your dream will turn into a nightmare!
Hogan: Rather touchy this morning. Wake up on the wrong side of the war, sir?
Hogan: Good luck with your test. Stalag 13 is a lucky number. At least it's been lucky for me.
Hochstetter: The Gestapo, Herr General, is interested only in security and this man is a natural hazard. He attracts misfortune like a magnet!
Klink: Sir, I warn you: I must protest this slander.
Hochstetter: To whom, the Gestapo?
Klink: I haven't decided yet. I'll let you know!
Klink: That truck is none of your business!
Hogan: What's in it, Kommandant, a shipment of unconditional surrender forms?
Newkirk: They have to be filled out in triplicate, you know.
Kinchloe: …and signed on the hood of a Sherman tank.
Woodhouse: Intelligence informs us that Lady Stanford is somewhere in your area. If so, that may be where they're testing next.
Hogan: You want us to find the Kraut radar and knock it out.
Woodhouse: Or find Lady Stanford and talk her back to our side.
Burrows: Can you pull it off, Hogan?
Hogan: Every officer must do his duty as he sees it… (looks at a negative of the beautiful Lady Stanford) …and gentlemen, I see it.
This episode marked the fourth of six unrelated appearances Chet Stratton
This episode marked the second of two unrelated appearances from Walter Kightly.
This episode marked the only appearance from George Cisar.
This episode marked the only appearance by Karen Steele.
This episode marks the fourth of four unrelated appearances by David Wiley.
This episode marks the fourth of four unrelated appearances by Laurie Main.
This episode marks the third of four unrelated appearances by Paul Lambert.
This episode appears fourth on the VHS collection's "Up In Arms" volume.