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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Hogan's Heroes' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Hogan's Heroes':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)





October 28, 1966: Hogan Springs
Season 2, episode 7
W: Laurence Marks   D: Gene Reynolds

With David Frank (Driver), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Walter Janovitz (Schnitzer), Sidney Clute (Sparrow).
A ruptured water main beneath Stalag 13 gives Hogan an idea for sneaking some resistance fighters out of the prison camps.

December 16, 1966: Klink's Rocket
Season 2, episode 14
W: Art Baer, Ben Joelson   D: Bob Sweeney

With Harold Gould (General Von Lintzer), John Orchard (Billett).
Hogan plans to decoy German bomber flights away from London, but the venture falters when his man Carter has a memory lapse.

December 23, 1966: Information Please
Season 2, episode 15
W: Laurence Marks   D: Edward H. Feldman

With John Stephenson (Major Kohler), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Sam Melville (Lt. James Crandall / Schmidt), Don Knight (RAF Captain).
In an effort to leak-proof their security system, the German high command replaces Klink with a more capable camp commander, Maj. Kohler.

January 20, 1967: Praise The Fuhrer And Pass The Ammunition
Season 2, episode 19
W: Jack Elinson   D: Bob Sweeney

With Frank Marth (SS Colonel Deutsch), David Frank (SS Guard).
The only way Hogan's men can call off a raid by Allied bombers, after learning they were trapped into some bum information, is to throw a surprise birthday party for Klink.

February 17, 1967: Everyone Has A Brother-In-Law
Season 2, episode 23
W: Laurence Marks   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Cliff Norton (Captain Kurtz), Mary Mitchell (Eva).
Col. Hogan's scheme to sabotage a German ammunition train is stymied by a tough new officer assigned to Stalag 13.

March 24, 1967: Colonel Klink's Secret Weapon
Season 2, episode 28
W: Phil Sharp   D: Gene Reynolds

With John Stephenson (Inspector General), Stewart Moss (Lieutenant Bigelow), Milton Selzer (Sgt. Reinhold Franks), Sidney Clute (Max).
Col. Klink becomes a victim of the ruthless sergeant he has installed at Stalag 13 to discipline his ragtag war prisoners.





November 4, 1967: Hot Money
Season 3, episode 9
W: Laurence Marks   D: Bob Sweeney

With Sandy Kenyon (SS Major Bock), Jon Cedar (Herman Stoffel).
The Heroes attempt to foil an enemy plot to flood the neutral countries with counterfeit U.S. crurency.

December 23, 1967: Carter Turns Traitor
Season 3, episode 16
W: Richard M. Powell   D: Howard Morris

With Antoinette Bower (Leni Ritcher), John Myhers (General Wittkamper).
Carter pretends to defect to the Germans in a scheme to uncover the locations of a new weapons factory.

December 30, 1967: Two Nazis For The Price Of One
Season 3, episode 17
W: Phil Sharp   D: Bruce Bilson

With Jon Cedar (Mannheim), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Alan Oppenheimer (Herman Freitag), Barbara Hedstrom (Ilse Praeger).
Hogan gets word that a Gestapo official knows of his espionage operation at Stalag 13 and, of more importance, knows somethng of the top-secret Manhattan Project in the United States.

February 10, 1968: Axis Annie
Season 3, episode 23
W: Laurence Marks   D: John Rich

With Chet Stratton (Blue Fox), Karl Bruck (Vandermeer), Buck Young (Diner in Hotel), Brad Stevens (Gestapo Guard), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Louise Troy (Anna Gebhart).
Hogan and his boys decide to "cooperate" with Axis Annie, Germany's notorious radio propagandist, in beaming demoralizing broadcasts to the American forces on the battlefronts.

March 16, 1968: The Ultimate Weapon
Season 3, episode 28
W: Richard M. Powell   D: Marc Daniels

With Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Marian McCargo (Colonel Karla Hoffman).
As part of his plan to destroy a German factory, Col. Hogan convinces Klink and Gen. Burkhalter that Sgt. Schultz can foretell the exact target of every Allied attack.

March 23, 1968: Monkey Business
Season 3, episode 29
W: Arthur Julian   D: Bob Sweeney

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Laurie Main (Colonel Wembley), Jack Good (Submarine Officer), Elisa Ingram (Radio Operator).
Hogan comes up with a courier the Germans will never suspect as an Allied agent -- a chimpanzee.





November 30, 1968: No Names Please
Season 4, episode 10
W: Laurence Marks   D: Marc Daniels

With Stewart Moss (Olsen), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Richard Erdman (Walter Hobson), James B. Sikking (Private Berger).
Maj. Hochstetter suspects there's some espionage operation going on when a reporter, rescued and returned to England, writes a story about the Heroes' activities.

December 21, 1968: Will The Real Colonel Klink Please Stand Up Against The Wall?
Season 4, episode 13
W: Bill Davenport   D: Richard Kinon

With Noam Pitlik (Captain Herber), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Howard Caine (Hochstetter).
Col. Klink is condemned to die before a firing squad for unwittingly giving away a military secret, unaware that he's carrying vital information for the Allies inside his belt.

February 22, 1969: The Purchasing Plan
Season 4, episode 22
W: Laurence Marks   D: Marc Daniels

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Walter Janovitz (Schnitzer), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Inger Wegge (Heidi).
The Heroes are given their toughest assignment: collect air-dropped ammunition and small arms and distribute them to the underground.

March 8, 1969: The Big Dish
Season 4, episode 24
W: Ben Gershman   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Chet Stratton (Professor Burrows), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Paul Lambert (General Reicker), Karen Steele (Lady Valerie Stanford), Laurie Main (Air Marshal Woodhouse), George Cisar (General Boland), David Wiley (Radar Operator), Walter Kightly (Technician).
A glamorous English woman defects to the enemy with plans for a super-effective aircraft defense system, and Hogan has to figure out a way to stop her.

March 15, 1969: The Return Of Major Bonacelli
Season 4, episode 25
W: Arthur Julian   D: Jerry London

With Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Marion Brash (Gretchen), Vito Scotti (Major Bonacelli), Diana Chesney (Radio Operator).
An Italian double agent is exposed by the Gestapo and "escapes" to Stalag 13.





September 26, 1969: Hogan Goes Hollywood
Season 5, episode 1
W: Richard M. Powell   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Victoria Carroll (Actress playing a nurse), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Alan Oppenheimer (Major Byron Buckles).
Col. Klink attempts to put on display his prize prisoner-of-war catch, an American actor named Byron Buckles, and to use his talents in making propaganda films for the Germans.

October 3, 1969: The Well
Season 5, episode 2
W: Laurence Marks   D: Bruce Bilson

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Michael Fox (Captain Ritter).
The Heroes cleverly manage to get their hands on a top-secret Luftwaffe code book, but they encounter difficulties in their efforts to get it to London.

October 10, 1969: The Klink Commandos
Season 5, episode 3
W: Richard M. Powell   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Nita Talbot (Marya), Frank Marth (Count Von Waffenschmidt).
Marya, the romantic but deceptive Russian spy, returns to lead Klink and an enemy counterspy on a mission to the Russian front.

December 19, 1969: Is There A Traitor In The House?
Season 5, episode 13
W: Arthur Julian   D: Marc Daniels

With Victoria Carroll (English Girl), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Antoinette Bower (Berlin Betty).
Newkirk becomes a turncoat -- temporarily -- in order to deliver a coded message to the Allies over the German radio. Romance complicates his assignment in the form of Berlin Betty, the enemy's beautiful propaganda broadcaster.

December 26, 1969: At Last - Schultz Knows Something
Season 5, episode 14
W: Laurence Marks   D: Bruce Bilson

With David Morick (Officer), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), John Myhers (Dr. Hermann Felzer), Jack Riley (Guard), Fay Spain (Carla).
Hogan and his crew use Schultz -- and the persuasiveness of a beautiful underground agent -- in a scheme to destroy a secret enemy atomic installation.

January 2, 1970: How's The Weather?
Season 5, episode 15
W: R.S. Allen, Harvey Bullock   D: Marc Daniels

With David Morick (Radio Operator), Leon Askin (Burkhalter).
The Heroes stage an anniversary party for Col. Klink to cover their efforts to obtain weather information for an Allied bombing. Their maneuvers threaten to fall short, however, when Gen. Burkhalter becomes suspicious and warns Klink.

January 9, 1970: Get Fit Or Go Fight
Season 5, episode 16
W: Bill Davenport   D: Jerry London

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Corinne Conley (Gerda), Michael Fox (Major Kimmel).
Col. Klink is faced with passing a physical examination or being shipped out to the Russian front. The Heroes realize if Klink goes, there also goes their entire intelligence network.

January 16, 1970: Fat Hermann, Go Home
Season 5, episode 17
W: Richard M. Powell   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Nita Talbot (Marya), Howard Caine (Major Hockstetter).
Marya, the glamorous Russian multiple agent, returns to Stalag 13 in a plan to liberate stolen art treasures. Part of the plan includes Schultz being disguised as Field Marshal Goering.

January 23, 1970: The Softer They Fall
Season 5, episode 18
W: Laurence Marks   D: Richard Kinon

With John Stephenson (Major Rudel), Jon Cedar (Second Corporal), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Ralph Medina (Captain Stahl), James Savett (First Corporal), Chuck Hicks (Bruno), Frankie Van (Referee).
As a diversion to allow the Heroes to photograph some top-secret documents, a boxing match is staged between Sgt. Kinchloe and Battling Bruno.

January 30, 1970: Gowns By Yvette
Season 5, episode 19
W: Laurence Marks   D: Richard Kinon

With Dick Wilson (Count von Hertzel), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Muriel Landers (Frieda), Bruce Kirby (Gestapo Man), Bruno Vesota (Agent).
The Heroes use the wedding of a general's niece as a cover for contacting an underground agent.

February 13, 1970: One Army At A Time
Season 5, episode 20
W: Laurence Marks   D: Edward H. Feldman

With David Morick (Sergeant), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Dave Willock (Captain).
Sgt. Carter has to do some fast talking when he's trapped by the enemy while in a German uniform.

February 20, 1970: Standing Room Only
Season 5, episode 21
W: Laurence Marks   D: Jerry London

With Forrest Compton (Captain), Victoria Carroll (Sofia Lindemann), Noam Pitlik (Major Strauss), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Eddie Firestone (Miller).
Hogan sees an opportunity to make possible the escape of a group of Allies when Klink is caught "borrowing" from the camp treasury to entertain a glamorous girl friend.

February 27, 1970: Six Lessons From Madame LaGrange
Season 5, episode 22
W: Arthur Julian   D: Jerry London

With Edward Knight (Double Agent), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Marlyn Mason (Lily Frankel).
Col. Hogan and a sultry cabaret singer team up in a plan to foil Maj. Hochstetter's intended roundup of all Allied agents.

March 6, 1970: The Sergeant's Analyst
Season 5, episode 23
W: Bill Davenport   D: Bruce Bilson

With Bard Stevens (Guard), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Norbert Schiller (Baker).
Gen. Burkhalter catches Schultz goofing off and orders him to the Russian front. To prepare him for departure, Hogan and the boys attempt to turn him into a tiger to talk back to the general.

March 13, 1970: The Merry Widow
Season 5, episode 24
W: Harvey Bullock, R.S. Allen   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Barry O'Hara (Sgt. Meadows), Bill Henry (Florist), Marj Dusay (Countess Marlene).
In a scheme to deliver secret documents to a glamorous underground agent, the Heroes use Col. Klink as their unwitting courier.

March 20, 1970: Crittendon's Commandos
Season 5, episode 25
W: Bill Davenport   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Bernard Fox (Colonel Crittendon), Robert Hogan (Tobin).
Col. Crittendon, a kind of gung-ho but ineffectual commando officer, parachutes with his force into the camp with a plan to capture a high-ranking enemy officer.

March 27, 1970: Klink's Escape
Season 5, episode 26
W: Harvey Bullock, R.S. Allen   D: Bruce Bilson

With David Morick (Sentry), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Tom Hatten (Lieutenant), Pamela Curran (Heidi Friederich).
Col. Klink is led to believe that he's on the verge of cracking a massive POW escape ring by Hogan.





September 20, 1970: Cuisine a la Stalag 13
Season 6, episode 1
W: Laurence Marks   D: Jerry London

With John Hoyt (General Wexler), Chet Stratton (Karl), David Morick (Gestapo Officer), Jay Sheffield (Captain Richter), Brenda Benet (Marie Bizet).
Series returns at a new day and time for its sixth year. Kenneth Washington joins the cast as Sgt. Richard Baker. Colonel Klink's perfect record of "no escapes" is threatened when LeBeau answers De Gaulle's call to arms and leaves Stalag 13.

September 27, 1970: The Experts
Season 6, episode 2
W: Laurence Marks   D: Marc Daniels

With Noam Pitlik (Captain Karl Metzler), Edward Knight (Major Stern), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Walter Janovitz (Schnitzer), Barbara Babcock (Maria), Sabrina Scharf (Luisa).
Hogan's inventive group races the Nazis to save a German technician with knowledge of a secret radio base.

October 4, 1970: Klink's Masterpiece
Season 6, episode 3
W: Phil Sharp   D: Richard Kinon

With Victoria Carroll (Rhona), Jon Cedar (Corporal Langenscheidt), David Frank (Underground Agent #1), Karl Bruck (Underground Agent #3), Bard Stevens (Underground Agent #2).
As Col. Klink plans his first art show, the Heroes come up with a plan of their own, a scheme to smuggle three important maps out of Stalag 13.

October 11, 1970: Lady Chitterly's Lover (1)
Season 6, episode 4
W: Richard M. Powell   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Anne Rogers (Lady Leslie Chitterly), Harold Gould (General von Schlomm), Bernard Fox (Colonel Crittendon / Sir Charles Chitterly).
Sir Charles Chitterly, an English traitor, parachutes into the compound and informs Colonel Klink he has some top secrets for the ears of the Fuehrer.

October 25, 1970: The Gestapo Takeover
Season 6, episode 6
W: Laurence Marks   D: Irving J. Moore

With Forrest Compton (Captain Geissler), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Joseph Ruskin (Major Strauss), Bruce Kirby (Otto Baum), Martin Kosleck (General Mueller), Milli Schuber (Fraulein), Richard Alden (Bartender).
The Gestapo forges a bond between Hogan and Colonel Klink as they both try to devise a plan to get back control of Stalag 13 and save Klink and Schultz from the Russian front.

November 1, 1970: Kommandant Schultz
Season 6, episode 7
W: Laurence Marks   D: Marc Daniels

With Jon Cedar (Corporal Langenscheidt), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Walter Janovitz (Schnitzer), Eric Morris (Hercules), Norbert Schiller (Farmer), Richard Alden (Bartender), Walter Smith (American POW).
An order from the German command puts Sgt. Schultz in charge of Stalag 13 and he almost turns the camp into a real prison compound.

November 8, 1970: Eight O'Clock And All Is Well
Season 6, episode 8
W: Laurence Marks   D: Richard Kinon

With Dick Wilson (Karl), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Monte Markham (Lieutenant James Martin).
Hogan's band of merry prisoners are faced with disaster when they reveal their operation to a Gestapo officer they think is another captive.

November 15, 1970: The Big Record
Season 6, episode 9
W: R.S. Allen, Harvey Bullock   D: Richard Kinon

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), John Myhers (Colonel Schneider), Jack Riley (SS Man).
In order to secure information about a secret Gestapo meeting inside Stalag 13, Col. Hogan and his lads, in order to get a recorder inside the compound, start telling Klink what a great violinist he could be.

November 22, 1970: It's Dynamite
Season 6, episode 10
W: Laurence Marks   D: Bob Sweeney

With Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Michael Fox (Berger), Lyn Peters (Elsa).
The Heroes plan a heroic mission to save Sgt. Schultz, who's been ordered by the Gestapo to drive a truckoad of explosives to a secret location.

November 29, 1970: Operation Tiger
Season 6, episode 11
W: Laurence Marks   D: Jerry London

With Frank Marth (Captain Steiger), Arlene Martel (Tiger), Dick Wilson (Karl), David Morick (Guard One), David Frank (Guard Two), Walter Janovitz (Schnitzer).
Hogan defies orders and plans a train holdup to save an underground leader who once saved his life.

December 6, 1970: The Big Broadcast
Season 6, episode 12
W: William Davenport   D: Jerry London

With Willard Sage (First Officer), John Crawford (Second Officer), Jay Sheffield (SS Man), Buck Young (Guard), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), James B. Sikking (Hercules), Yvonne Dardenne (Bertha).
The Heroes are faced with the difficult task of getting a crucial message through a Gestapo web which completely surrounds the stalag.

December 13, 1970: The Gypsy
Season 6, episode 13
W: Harvey Bullock   D: Richard Kinon

With Sigrid Valdis (Hilda), Mathias Reitz (Captain Gruber).
LeBeau assumes the role of a lightning-struck oracle to play on Col. Klink's penchant for astrology.

December 27, 1970: The Dropouts
Season 6, episode 14
W: Laurence Marks   D: Marc Daniels

With John Stephenson (Professor Bauer), Ben Wright (Dr. Reimann), Chris Anders (Guard), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Gordon Pinsent (SS Captain Steiner).
Hogan and Sgt. Carter are captured by the Gestapo while trying to blow up a bridge near Stalag 13.

January 10, 1971: Easy Come, Easy Go
Season 6, episode 15
W: Laurence Marks   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Cynthia Lynn (Eva), Stewart Moss (Lieutenant Mills), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Paul Lambert (Colonel Forbes), Brett Parker (Lieutenant), Jocelyn Peters (Greta), Tom Hatten (Air Force Captain), George Gaynes (General), Judson Morgan (Schindler (Brewster), William Beckley (RAF Intelligence Man).
Hogan and Klink go to England to steal an allied airplane as part of Hogan's plan to expose Nazi spies in London.

January 17, 1971: The Meister Spy
Season 6, episode 16
W: R.S. Allen, Harvey Bullock   D: Bruce Bilson

With David Morick (Lieutenant J.B. Miller), Oscar Beregi Jr. (Herr Schneer), Ray Hastings (Herr Mayernick), Eva von Felitz (Fraulein Kissinger), Alan Bergmann (Major Martin).
The Heroes set about ferreting out a possible enemy spy from two captive American flyers who arrive at Stalag 13.

January 24, 1971: That's No Lady, That's My Spy
Season 6, episode 17
W: Arthur Julian   D: Jerry London

With Jon Cedar (Oskar Danzing), David Morick (Patrol Leader), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Alice Ghostley (Mrs. Mannheim), Diana Chesney (Berta Burkhalter), Wendy Wilson (Red Riding Hood).
Newkirk poses as a general's wife to get penicillin to an ill underground leader.

January 31, 1971: To Russia Without Love
Season 6, episode 18
W: Arthur Julian   D: Bruce Bilson

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), H.M. Wynant (Colonel Becker), Ruta Lee (Olga).
Pusillanimous Colonel Klink requests a transfer to the Russian front! But only after Hogan -- and a beautiful underground agent -- depict how exciting and glamorous it would be.

February 7, 1971: Klink For The Defense
Season 6, episode 19
W: William Davenport   D: Jerry London

With Sandy Kenyon (Col. Hugo Hauptmann), Karl Bruck (President of Court), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Howard Caine (Hochstetter), Lynette Mettey (Fraulein Hibbler).
Germany's most decorated war hero wants to defect to America with top secret information, but the Gestapo captures him. Fortunately for Hogan's assignment, they inter him in Stalag 13.

February 21, 1971: The Kamikazes Are Coming
Season 6, episode 20
W: Richard M. Powell   D: Edward H. Feldman

With Nita Talbot (Marya), Howard Caine (Major Hockstetter), Henry Corden (Doctor Otto Von Bornemann), Chris Anders (Guard), Richard Alden (Assistant), Erik Stern (German Partisan).
A beautiful Russian agent -- working for the Gestapo -- cons Hogan into telling her the whereabouts of a secret rocket.

February 28, 1971: Kommandant Gertrude
Season 6, episode 21
W: Laurence Marks   D: Bruce Bilson

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Kathleen Freeman (Gertrude Linkmeyer), Lee Bergere (Major Wolfgang Karp), Johnny Haymer (General Sharp), Leslie Parrish (Karin Richter).
Col. Klink is delighted to learn that his old girlfriend is going to marry -- until he also learns the bridegroom is going to be his replacement at Stalag 13.

March 7, 1971: Hogan's Double Life
Season 6, episode 22
W: Phil Sharp   D: Bruce Bilson

With John Hoyt (Field Marshal von Leiter), David Frank (Albert), Dick Wilson (Bruner), Malachi Throne (Major Pruhst).
Hogan is recognized by a German soldier while trying to blow up a bridge outside Stalag 13.

March 21, 1971: Look At The Pretty Snowflakes
Season 6, episode 23
W: Arthur Julian   D: Irving J. Moore

With Edward Knight (Corporal Dietrich), Harold J. Stone (General Strommberger).
Just after London orders the Heroes to slow down a Panzer tank division, the Germans assign the prisoners to clear a snow slide so the tanks may pass.

April 4, 1971: Rockets Or Romance
Season 6, episode 24
W: Arthur Julian   D: Marc Daniels

With Leon Askin (Burkhalter), Marlyn Mason (Lily Frankel), Kenneth DuMain (Guard), James Savett (Radio Operator), Norman Alden (Major Heintzen).
Hogan and the Heroes enlist the aid of a beautiful underground courier in an effort to destroy a mobile rocket launcher installed in Stalag 13 and aimed at England. (Last show of the series.)


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