Hogan's Heroes

Season 6 Episode 18

To Russia Without Love

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 31, 1971 on CBS



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Klink: As a German officer, I feel I have not made any contribution to the war effort.
      Burkhalter: For a change, I agree with you.

    • (Schultz drops and smashes Klink's last bottle of wine on the floor)
      Klink: You clumsy clod!
      Schultz: Sorry, Herr Kommandant.
      Hogan: '37 was a great year for wine, bad year for glass.

    • Klink: (to Becker) General Burkhalter tells me that you are the kommandant of a POW camp just like me!
      Burkhalter: Not like you. He knows what he's doing.

    • (as a Luftwaffe colonel arrives at camp)
      Carter: Why don't we all write down who we think he is, put some money in a hat, and whoever guesses right wins the money?
      LeBeau: I say he's here to arrest Klink for impersonating an officer.
      Baker: I say he's Hitler's hairdresser.
      Newkirk: No, he designs courses for Herman Goehring.
      Hogan: You're all wrong. He's Klink's former co-pilot. You can tell from the limp.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • The title is inspired by "From Russia With Love," which was a novel by Ian Fleming (1957). It was the fifth James Bond adventure and it was the second Bond book to be made into a film starring Sean Connery in 1963.