Hogan's Heroes

Season 1 Episode 31

The Flame Grows Higher

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Apr 22, 1966 on CBS



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Schultz: Colonel Hogan, if you ever escape...
      Hogan: Yeah?
      Schultz: Be a good fellow, and take me with you.

    • Newkirk: (after posing as a Nazi on the phone) I've got a great talent for languages.
      Hogan: Too bad it doesn't include German.

    • (Schultz picks up a walkie-talkie)
      Hogan: You know how to work one of those things?
      Schultz: What do you think, I'm stupid?
      Hogan: One question at a time.

    • Klink: Hogan, wait a minute! What do these men know about fires, huh?
      Hogan: Oh, come on, that's like asking what Hitler knows about rabble-rousing!

    • (Newkirk and LeBeau refuse to volunteer for the mission)
      Hogan: Captain Warren says there are a couple of girls that operate the Kaiserhof.
      Newkirk: Good-lookin' birds, are they?
      LeBeau: After two years, who cares? Colonel, I wish to volunteer for the escape party!
      Newkirk: Me too, sir! All present and correct, Colonel.
      Hogan: Amazing the way this place suddenly comes alive with volunteers.

    • Warren: Well, what went wrong, Colonel?
      Hogan: I don't know. Either the Krauts got lucky or there's something rotten in Denmark. And right now, Denmark's way out front.

    • Klink: Colonel Hogan, I do not recall having sent for you.
      Hogan: You didn't, sir. I try to anticipate your every wish.

    • Hogan: You heard me, watch the door. And that's an order!
      Newkirk: Order? Why, we ain't even in the same army!

    • Hogan: Warren, I want to talk to you.
      Schultz: Nein, nein, nein, nein, nein! That is verboten!
      Hogan: You sound like Klink.
      Schultz: Insults will get you nowhere.

  • Notes

    • This episode marked the only appearance from Susanne Cramer, Hannie Landman, Charles H. Radilak, Irene Tedrow, Todd Martin and Jerry Ayres.

    • This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Missions Accomplished" volume.

  • Allusions