Hogan’s Heroes: Easy Come, Easy Go (Part 3)


Hogan accepts an offer from the Germans to go to England, steal a P-51 Mustang and fly it back so the Luftwaffe can analyze it, and all this for a million dollars. But what the Germans don’t know is that Hogan’s real mission is to find German spies in England. Season: 6 Episode:15 Original Air Date—10 January 1971 Note: I do not own “Hogan’s Heroes”, all credit for this video goes to the makers of “Hogan’s Heroes” and CBS

25 Responses to “Hogan’s Heroes: Easy Come, Easy Go (Part 3)”

  1. unirrational  on October 21st, 2012

    Wow! I had no idea.

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  2. unirrational  on October 21st, 2012

    I thought Shultz owned the Schotze toy company, the largest toy manufacturer in Germany. Why is he so in awe of what he could do with a million dollars?

    (I love the inconsistencies of the shows from this era. It’s one of the things that make them great.)

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  3. wwwtotalitaerde  on October 21st, 2012

    The German BND is the renamed 3rd Reich GESTAPO.The BND had organized the delegate Scheuermann of our county to visit or home.To allow him to personally experience how my brother and our parents had been tortured.The BND continued to torture my brother.He was assassinated on July 11th2009.Half a year after the assassination of my brother the CDU delegate Mappus from our district town Pforzheim was made prime minister of the German land of Baden Würtemberg
    The CDU is the ruling party in Germany

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  4. voyagerfanatic  on October 21st, 2012

    Built a set, I bet.

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  5. stargate121  on October 21st, 2012

    If they were really clever, they would’ve had Col. Forbes as a nazi spy.

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  6. jsilence418  on October 21st, 2012

    The blonde girl at the beginning was Cynthia Lynn, formerly fraulein Helga … I think ,man she was a beauty!!

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  7. markpyruz  on October 21st, 2012

    Huh? MASH had a laugh track. How could such be 100% serious drams. MASH was irreverent to the Korean War effort (some would say subversive), which at the time there was a lot of anti-war backlash to the VietNam war. Even though HH was still viable and popular, the producers at CBS decided on a political rendering of their lineup, which cancelled HH for being seen as pro-establishment, and pro-war effort (WWII).

    But both were comedies.

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  8. dabois85  on October 21st, 2012

    hehehe Completely Square edge wings on the p-51 .. hehe

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  9. dabois85  on October 21st, 2012

    this was done as a spoof or to make fun of the war and germans, Mash is intended as 100% Serious Drama

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  10. isaacax444  on October 21st, 2012

    klink looks so weird without a monocle and in an american uniform

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  11. markpyruz  on October 21st, 2012

    A DB motor in a 51. Absurdly funny.

    Even in season six, the shows were funny and popular. Too bad CBS brass opted for a network image change and canned the show. A tragedy, really. We got anti-war, anti-establishment MASH instead, which did have funny episodes, particularly with the original cast. But I still watch Hogans Heroes today, whereas I no longer watch MASH,

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  12. WheelyBigCheese4Ever  on October 21st, 2012

    What’s your source for this?

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  13. planetcheck  on October 21st, 2012

    There was a script written for the last show.
    However CBS cancelled the show so the last episode was never filmed.
    The script is still in the CBS vaults.
    In the script, the US allies enter Stalag 13.
    The camp is turned over to Colonel Hogan.
    The prison guards are all arrested.
    Colonel Klink and Schultz make a deal with the Allies to help capture the Gestapo leader.
    The catch him and are released as the war ends.
    The prison camp is then closed as the scene fades into dark.

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  14. TreborTheBarbarian  on October 21st, 2012

    how did they fit Klink into the single seat P-51?

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  15. Irisheddy  on October 21st, 2012

    I wish they were able to have a closing episode. I would have like to have know what happen to the characters at the end the war

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  16. princeeverlove  on October 21st, 2012

    A FINE EXAMPLE of the GOLDEN AGE of T.V. The 60′s Era of Television was a Feast Visually. Always there was something for everyone.

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  17. HoganRox12  on October 21st, 2012

    love this episode!

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  18. asgards3  on October 21st, 2012

    dancing with the money a new hit t.v. show

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  19. zavida  on October 21st, 2012

    According to wiki, the P-51 went into service over Europe on May 10, 1942.

    Assuming Hogan was offered 1 million dollars sometime in 1942 to steal the P-51, that million dollars would have the buying power of 14 million dollars in 2010.

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  20. Fruth37  on October 21st, 2012

    Hogannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

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  21. SergeantReese  on October 21st, 2012

    Klink at 5:37: “Hogannnnnnnnnn!” LOL

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  22. BGEuropeRulz  on October 21st, 2012

    Good luck
    *singing in German*
    . . . I’ll need it

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  23. Doctor699  on October 21st, 2012

    damn right!!!

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  24. control202  on October 21st, 2012

    What a great show, they damn sure don’t make them like this anymore

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  25. gnarkillkicksass  on October 21st, 2012

    Thanks so much for uploading these, having a blast watching them. Staying up far later then I should haha just gonna watch one more!

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