Hogan's Heroes/Hogan's Double Life

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Hogan's Double Life
Season 6, Episode 22
Airdate March 7, 1971
Production Number 37784-165
Written by Phil Sharp
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Produced by William A. Calihan
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Hogan's Double Life is the twenty-second episode of the sixth season of Hogan's Heroes, and the one hundred sixty-sixth 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), Larry Hovis (Carter), Kenneth Washington (Baker)

Guest Star: Malachi Throne (Major Pruhst)

Additional Cast: John Hoyt (Field Marshal von Leiter), David Frank (First Underground Man), Dick Wilson (Second Underground Man)


Plot Overview

Hogan and his heroes latest attempt at hijacking is prevented by Hogan's hunch of a trap. Somehow, the Nazis knew about an attempt hijacking of a truck. The Gestapo was waiting for an attempt. The very next day a Gestapo man named Pruhst comes to Stalog 13 to talk to Klink about his security. When the Gestapo man is introduced to Hogan, Pruhst informs Klink that Hogan is responsible for a number of major sabotage activities. Klink, of course, finds this hard to believe. Pruhst tells Klink that a witness can identity Hogan as on a previous sabotage job. But to make certain of identification, Pruhst plans to get Hogan's picture without letting him know and then send the picture to Gestapo headquarters for positive identification by the witness. Prusht gets Hogan's picture and sends it to Gestapo headquarters. The witness is positively sure that the man he saw at the sabotage site was Hogan. Hogan hears the conversation via the coffee pot. Having identified Hogan, Prusht plans to arrest him and bring him to Gestapo headquarters for interrogation. Prusht will not act presently, but on the very next day. He has an invitation for a party thrown to a general. He invites Klink to come along. Klink had an invitation, but Carter had intercepted it. Hogan will go in Klink's place as part of a plan to discredit the witness who identified Hogan as a saboteur. Will Hogan succeed in this bold move or will he and his heroes have to make a run for it? The answer is quite obvious.


Arc Advancement


Hogan and his men await for a truck to hijack it, but something didn't feel right about, so Hogan aborted the attempt. Schultz is watching Newkirk (dressed in Hogan's jacket and cap) through binoculars from Klink's office. Hogan is talking to his men as Gestapo Major tries to get his picture, secretly.




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