Hogan gives Herr Strausser's contacts information that there would an Allied offensive to the south. The correct direction was not given to him before the 'con' on Herr Strausser.
Carter does one of his rare yet chilling Hitler impersonations in this episode. Actor Larry Hovis appears as Hitler without Carter's customary black gloves, which he insisted on wearing during filming to hide his real-life wedding ring. Since Hitler was officially married, the gloveless scene works.
Reply: Hitler did not marry Eva Braun until the night before their mutual suicides about a week before Germany's surrender. Prior to that, he was never married and his relationship with Eva was kept strictly under wraps. The German people believed he was a dedicated servant married only to Germany - an image he wanted to maintain. Most had no idea she even existed until after her death when the marriage became known. Consequently, Hitler would have never appeared in public wearing a wedding ring during the time this episode takes place.
The Heroes' Underground contact is Danzig.
During roll call, a very convincing, consistent, and accumulating snowstorm is created.
LeBeau is grazed by a Nazi bullet in this episode, his only injury suffered throughout the entire series.
While serving the wine at dinner, Schultz improperly refers to Colonel Becker as "Major Becker."
LeBeau uses a pair of coffee cans with hidden binoculars to spy on Klink. This method of surveillance has not before, and never is again, used in the series.
The tune Hogan and Co play at the Hofbrau is "Cherokee".
Look at the Pretty Snowflakes was the 168th and last episode of Hogan's Heroes to be filmed, although it was not the last episode broadcast during the show's original run. Rockets or Romance, which the production code shows was the 156th episode filmed, was the final original episode of Hogan's Heroes to be broadcast on CBS, on April 4, 1971.
Bob Crane showcases his talent as a real-life professional drummer in this episode.
When Hogan meets Frankel at the lookout, he is surprised to find she is a woman. He shouldn't be, though, as they'd worked together before in "Six Lessons from Madame LaGrange."