Hogan's Heroes/Drums Along the Dusseldorf

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Drums Along the Dusseldorf
Season 3, Episode 30
Airdate March 30, 1968
Production Number 5784-73
Written by Arthur Julian
Directed by Bob Sweeney
Produced by Edward H. Feldman
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Drums Along the Dusseldorf is the thirtieth episode of the third season of Hogan's Heroes, and the ninety-second episode overall.

Starring: Bob Crane (Col. Hogan)

Co-Starring: Werner Klemperer (Col. Klink)

and John Banner (Sgt. Schultz)

with Robert Clary (LeBeau), Richard Dawson (Newkirk), Ivan Dixon (Kinchloe), Larry Hovis (Carter)

Additional Cast: Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), David Frank (German Sergeant)

Contents

Plot Overview

The heroes receive their mail. One of the letters received is to Carter. The letter is addressed to "Little Deer Who Runs Swift and Sure Through Forest". Carter is part Indian. He also receives a handmade bow and arrow. These bow and arrow will be of use in Hogan's plan to blow up a truck containing fuel which if delivered to its destination will be of danger to the allies.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Newkirk impersonates a woman. Carter nearly pierces Hogan with arrow. Carter shoots his arrow but misses. Newkirk shoots the arrow and his aim is correct. Hogan presenting Schultz with an Indian head feather.

Quotes

  • Hogan: Okay Carter, let it fly.