Hogan's Heroes

Weeknights at 10 PM & 10:30 PM

eastern (on most MeTV stations) Remind Me
Under the direction of Col. Robert Hogan (Bob Crane), the prisoners of Stalag 13 are actually in complete control of the POW camp, living in style and doing everything imaginable to confound the Germans, including espionage and sabotage of Nazi combat plans. Their schemes are made possible by the hapless leadership of Col. Klink (Werner Klemperer) and Sergeant Schultz (John Banner), who are both afraid of being sent to the Russian Front, making it easy for Hogan to manipulate them while he and his men fight for the Allied forces.

Next Airings

  • 12/15 10:00PMTop Hat, White Tie, and Bomb
  • 12/15 10:30PMHappiness Is a Warm Sergeant
  • 12/18 10:00PMThe Scientist
*available in most MeTV markets

Stories View More

Quizzes View More

Episode Guide

Season 1
  • Season 1
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5
  • Season 6

Ep 1: The Informer

Lieutenant Carter enters the camp and Hogan discovers a spy among his men. Aired: 9/17/1965

Ep 2: Hold That Tiger

The POWs smuggle a tiger tank, about which Klink has been boasting, into camp in order to photograph and study it. Aired: 9/24/1965

Ep 3: Kommandant of the Year

Stalag 13 is named one of the top 10 prison camps in Germany, but it's just a distraction for Hogan and his men to destroy a secret rocket bomb. Aired: 10/1/1965

Ep 4: The Late Inspector General

A visiting general upsets plans to blow up a train. Aired: 10/9/1965

Ep 5: The Flight of the Valkyrie

Because of all the "funny business" going on, Klink brings in Colonel Crittendon to replace Hogan as officer in charge of POWs. His arrival louses up plans to help a German baroness escape to England. Aired: 10/15/1965

Ep 6: The Prisoner's Prisoner

A British commando gives Hogan the assignment he failed at: blow up an ammo dump. Once done, Hogan uses a German general to find out where he is planning to attack. Aired: 10/22/1965

Ep 7: German Bridge is Falling Down

The heroes plan to blow up a bridge near camp when a bomber raid fails. Aired: 10/29/1965

Ep 8: Movies are Your Best Escape

Hogan must discover what is contained within the documents of a visiting German general. Aired: 11/5/1965

Ep 9: Go Light on the Heavy Water

Hogan plans to destroy a heavy water supply by convincing Klink it is a youth potion. Aired: 11/12/1965

Ep 10: Top Hat, White Tie and Bomb Sight

Hogan uses Klink to contact an Allied spy after Klink bugs the prisoners' quarters. Aired: 11/19/1965

Ep 11: Happiness is a Warm Sergeant

After Klink finds Sergeant Schultz drunk he gets a tough new replacement. Aired: 11/26/1965

Ep 12: The Scientist

LeBeau pretends to be a famous French scientist who is visiting camp while Hogan smuggles the real one out. Aired: 12/3/1965

Ep 13: Hogan's Hofbrau

Hogan visits a local Hofbrau to get the plans to a German army division that is camping out nearby. Aired: 12/10/1965

Ep 14: Oil for the Lamps of Hogan

Hogan convinces Klink that there is oil underneath the camp in order to discourage the Germans from building a synthetic fuel plant there. Aired: 12/17/1965

Ep 15: Reservations are Required

When Hogan tries to arrange the unscheduled escape of 20 men, his mission is complicated when a captured sergeant jumps the gun. Aired: 12/24/1965

Ep 16: Anchors Aweigh, Men of Stalag 13

Hogan and his men are tasked with getting an escaped prisoner and smuggled German gun sight to England. To accomplish this Hogan convinces Klink that he is fatigued and should have an officer's club in which to relax. Aired: 12/31/1965

Ep 17: Happy Birthday, Adolf

The guys plan to destroy a gun emplacement so the Allies can attack on Hitler's birthday. Aired: 1/7/1966

Ep 18: The Gold Rush

French gold has been stolen by the Nazis. Hogan convinces Klink to have it brought to Stalag 13 so the prisoners can steal it back. Aired: 1/14/1966

Ep 19: Hello, Zolle

Hogan tries to detain a German general at camp for 24 hours to allow the Allies to amass troops. Things get complicated when a Gestapo officer comes in search of the reason for Klink's perfect record. Aired: 1/21/1966

Ep 20: It Takes a Thief... Sometimes

A group of underground operatives that Hogan and his team begin working with is actually a group lead by a Gestapo captain who's set on capturing them. Aired: 1/28/1966

Ep 21: The Great Impersonation

Hogan gets Schultz to portray Klink in order to free three of his men whom the Gestapo has captured. Aired: 2/4/1966

Ep 22: The Pizza Parlor

To get a Italian officer to defect, Hogan and the gang use pizza to tempt him. Aired: 2/11/1966

Ep 23: The 43rd, a Moving Story

Plans to destroy an anti-aircraft battery are upset by Klink's new executive officer. Aired: 2/25/1966

Ep 24: How to Cook a German Goose by Radar

A new prisoner in a corporal's uniform turns out to be a general with a mission for Hogan. Aired: 3/4/1966

Ep 25: Psychic Kommandant

Hogan convinces Klink he has ESP in order to get the plans to a new airplane with a silent engine. Aired: 3/11/1966

Ep 26: The Prince from the Phone Company

An African prince comes to Stalag 13 to negotiate with the Germans for the rights to build a submarine base in his country. Hogan replaces him with Kinchloe. Aired: 3/18/1966

Ep 27: The Safecracker Suite

Klink's old friend brings evidence of an assasination plot against Hitler to Stalag 13, and Hogan and Klink conspire to steal it. Aired: 3/25/1966

Ep 28: I Look Better in Basic Black

Hogan tries to find out why three American girls were brought to camp. Aired: 4/1/1966

Ep 29: The Assassin

Crittendon interferes as Hogan tries to help a defecting scientist, whom they were ordered to kill. Aired: 4/8/1966

Ep 30: Cupid Comes to Stalag 13

Hogan helps Klink fall in love with General Burkhalter's sister to get his mind off not being promoted. Aired: 4/15/1966

Ep 31: The Flame Grows Higher

When a POW is caught at the processing location after Stalag 13, Hogan suspects there is a traitor in the underground. Newkirk and LeBeau help him find out who it is. Aired: 4/22/1966

Ep 32: Request Permission to Escape

After receiving a "Dear John" letter, Carter asks Hogan if he can escape and get back to his girlfriend. Aired: 4/29/1966

Ep 33: Hogan Gives a Birthday Party

Hogan hijacks a German bomber, and plans to use it to destroy an oil refinery and foil a German general who knows about the his operation. Aired: 9/16/1966

Ep 34: The Schultz Brigade

Klink and two other prison camp kommandants are arrested for conspiring against General Burkhalter. Aired: 9/23/1966

Ep 35: Diamonds in the Rough

A German officer threatens to expose Hogan unless he is paid a million dollars in diamonds. Aired: 9/30/1966

Ep 36: Operation Briefcase

Hogan is ordered to give a German general a briefcase containing a time bomb to assassinate Hitler. Aired: 10/7/1966

Ep 37: The Battle of Stalag 13

Two German officers interfere with Hogan's operations when one tries to turn Stalag 13 into an officer's retirement home the other wants to use the facilities to interrogate the citizens of the local town. Aired: 10/14/1966

Ep 38: The Rise and Fall of Sergeant Schultz

Hogan is stymied in the rescue of a captured member of the underground until a potential diversion appears in the form of an old WWI buddy of Sgt. Schultz. Aired: 10/21/1966

Ep 39: Hogan Springs

Hogan uses a broken water main under the camp to aid the escape of captured resistance fighters by creating a health spa. Aired: 10/28/1966

Ep 40: A Klink, a Bomb and a Short Fuse

General Burkhalter wants Hogan to defuse a bomb that has landed in camp. Aired: 11/4/1966

Ep 41: Tanks for the Memory

Hogan is ordered to photograph and destroy a model for a radio-controlled tank that is being tested at camp. Aired: 11/11/1966

Ep 42: A Tiger Hunt In Paris: Part 1

"Tiger," a female underground agent, is arrested while trying to document secret German bases and is held in Paris for questioning. Hogan and LeBeau become stowaways aboard Klink's staff car and head for Paris to free her. Aired: 11/18/1966

Ep 43: A Tiger Hunt In Paris: Part 2

While trying to free the underground agent "Tiger" in Paris, Hogan seeks help from a Parisian fortune teller and also enlist the aid of a man who is a lookalike for Nazi Police Chief Heinrich Himmler. Aired: 11/25/1966

Ep 44: Will the Real Adolf Please Stand Up?

With camp security raised, Hogan and his men are desperate to smuggle top-secret German fortifications information to the Allies. The solution? Make liberal use of Carter's remarkable impersonation of Adolf Hitler. Aired: 12/2/1966

Ep 45: Don't Forget to Write

Klink fails a physical and gets combat duty at the Russian front. Aired: 12/9/1966

Ep 46: Klink's Rocket

Hogan plans to detour the German bombers that normally attack London to a nearby Allied airbase. Aired: 12/16/1966

Ep 47: Information Please

After detecting an information leak in the area of Stalag 13, the Germans replace Klink with a more efficient officer, who Hogan sets up to take the fall. Aired: 12/23/1966

Ep 48: Art for Hogan's Sake

Hogan tries to keep a French painting from ending up in Goering's art collection. Aired: 12/30/1966

Ep 49: The General Swap

Hogan captures a German general to trade for an American general who dislikes Hogan. Aired: 1/6/1967

Ep 50: The Great Brinksmeyer Robbery

Hogan robs a bank to help pay for a map to German rocket installations. Aired: 1/13/1967

Ep 51: Praise the Fuhrer and Pass the Ammunition

Hogan and his men create chaos during staged war games that a ruthless Nazi colonel has scheduled near Stalag 13, replacing the exercise's fake explosives with live ammunition. Aired: 1/20/1967

Ep 52: Hogan and the Lady Doctor

Hogan resents having a lady scientist in charge of a mission to destroy a lab. Aired: 1/27/1967

Ep 53: The Swing Shift

Newkirk gets drafted into the German army while working on Hogan's plan to sabotage a ammunition factory. Aired: 2/3/1967

Ep 54: Heil Klink

Hogan is hiding a defecting German officer, and convinces Klink that the latter, who looks like Schultz, is really Hitler in disguise. Aired: 2/10/1967

Ep 55: Everyone Has a Brother-in-Law

Hogan's plot to destroy an ammunition train is foiled by Burkhalter's brother-in-law. Aired: 2/17/1967

Ep 56: Killer Klink

Hogan uses an incredibly original ruse to get Schultz a weeklong furlough in Heidelberg. While there, Schultz is to deliver needed radio parts to the underground. Aired: 2/24/1967

Ep 57: Reverend Kommandant Klink

Hogan sneaks a French pilot's girl into camp and gets Klink to marry them. Aired: 3/3/1967

Ep 58: The Most Escape-Proof Camp I've Ever Escaped From

Colonel Klink's "no escape" record is jeopardized when Malcom Flood, a British escape artist, lands in Stalag 13 and intends to continue his impressive escape record, a plan likely to endanger Hogan's scheduled rendezvous with an OSS agent. Aired: 3/10/1967

Ep 59: The Tower

Hogan blackmails General Burkhalter to keep Klink from being transferred to the Russian front for failing to keep Hogan from blowing up a radio tower. Aired: 3/17/1967

Ep 60: Colonel Klink's Secret Weapon

Klink suffers at the hands of a tough sergeant sent to discipline prisoners. Aired: 3/24/1967

Ep 61: The Top Secret Top Coat

Hogan steals a top-secret document from Klink's coat to save him from being arrested. Aired: 3/31/1967

Ep 62: The Reluctant Target

Hogan gets Klink to let him play camp commander so he can get a French agent released. Aired: 4/7/1967

Ep 63: The Crittendon Plan

Crittendon disrupts Hogan's plan to blow up a tunnel and stop a convoy of rocket fuel. Aired: 9/9/1967

Ep 64: Some of Their Planes are Missing

The Germans plan to send their men into England via captured planes. Aired: 9/16/1967

Ep 65: D-Day at Stalag 13

Hogan pulls a hoax to get a general to believe Klink is replacing him as chief of staff. Aired: 9/23/1967

Ep 66: Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hari

The Gestapo gets a female to pry information out of Schultz. Aired: 9/30/1967

Ep 67: Funny Thing Happened on the Way to London

Winston Chuchill's right-hand man, Group Captain "Robbie" Roberts, is shot down, captured and brought to Stalag 13. The Luftwaffe scheme to assassinate Churchill by keeping Roberts in the cooler while an impostor escapes to England to carry out the job. Aired: 10/7/1967

Ep 68: Casanova Klink

Burkhalter plans to get Klink to marry his sister, while a Gestapo plant has infiltrated the underground. Aired: 10/14/1967

Ep 69: How to Win Friends and Influence Nazis

Hogan tries to get a Swedish scientist to work for the Allies. Aired: 10/21/1967

Ep 70: Nights in Shining Armor

Hogan schemes to get a French courier and some Allied bulletproof vests out of Germany. Aired: 10/28/1967

Ep 71: Hot Money

Hogan plans to destroy a counterfeiting operation that has been set up in camp. Aired: 11/4/1967

Ep 72: One in Every Crowd

A prisoner offers the Nazis information on Hogan's operation in exchange for his freedom. Aired: 11/11/1967

Ep 73: Is General Hammerschlag Burning?

In Paris, Hogan uses an entertainer's friendship with a general and someone who went to high school with Kinchloe to get plans for the defense of Paris. Aired: 11/18/1967

Ep 74: A Russian is Coming

Hogan tries to get a Russian pilot, who refuses to escape to London, back to Russia. Aired: 11/25/1967

Ep 75: An Evening of Generals

Posing as waiters, Hogan and the gang scheme to get rid of a room full of German generals. Aired: 12/2/1967

Ep 76: Everybody Loves a Snowman

The guys must smuggle a U.S. bomber crew out of camp while under surveillance by Hochstetter. Aired: 12/9/1967

Ep 77: The Hostage

Hogan plays a waiting game with a German general. The scheming general has planted a rocket-fuel depot right outside Stalag 13 in hopes of trapping the area's resident saboteur, whom he suspects is Hogan. Aired: 12/16/1967

Ep 78: Carter Turns Traitor

Carter pretends to be a traitor so he can learn the location of a chemical plant. Aired: 12/23/1967

Ep 79: Two Nazis for the Price of One

A Gestapo agent knows about Hogan's operation and tries to leverage this knowledge to find out information about the Manhattan Project. Aired: 12/30/1967

Ep 80: Is There a Doctor in the House?

Klink's illness causes problems for one of Hogan's plots. Aired: 1/6/1968

Ep 81: Hogan, Go Home

Hogan is ordered home and Colonel Crittendon is sent to replace him. Aired: 1/13/1968

Ep 82: Sticky Wicket Newkirk

Newkirk unknowingly sneaks a beautiful Gestapo agent he has fallen for into camp. Aired: 1/20/1968

Ep 83: War Takes a Holiday

In order to get the Gestapo to release its prisoners, Hogan tricks Klink and Hochstetter into thinking the war is over. Aired: 1/27/1968

Ep 84: Duel of Honor

Hogan prepares Klink to flee to Argentina with information for the Allies after Klink is challenged to a duel. Aired: 2/3/1968

Ep 85: Axis Annie

Hogan plans to use a propaganda radio announcer to get information to the underground. Aired: 2/10/1968

Ep 86: What Time Does the Balloon Go Up?

A basket-weaving and a kite-flying contest are part of Hogan's plan to transport an agent to England in a balloon. Aired: 2/17/1968

Ep 87: LeBeau and the Little Old Lady

LeBeau tells the others he is taking messages to a little old lady, when really she is a beautiful lady he has fallen for. Aired: 2/24/1968

Ep 88: How to Escape From Prison Camp Without Really Trying

Hogan hides 30 prisoners in order to keep the SS busy while the Allies build reinforcements. Aired: 3/2/1968

Ep 89: The Collector General

Hogan tries to keep a fortune in paintings from winding up in the collection of a general. Aired: 3/9/1968

Ep 90: The Ultimate Weapon

Hogan plans to send German defenses to the wrong target by "giving" Schultz ESP so that the Allies can bomb an important target. Aired: 3/16/1968

Ep 91: Monkey Business

Hogan gets a stray chimpanzee to deliver radio parts to the underground. Aired: 3/23/1968

Ep 92: Drums Along the Dusseldorf

After Hogan mines a bridge, he learns that a truck of Allied prisoners would be the first to cross it and a new plan is born which includes a flaming arrow from Sioux Indian Carter, aka Little Deer Who Goes Swift And Sure Through Forest. Aired: 3/30/1968

Ep 93: Clearance Sale at the Black Market

After seeing something he shouldn't have, Schultz is ordered to the Russian front. Aired: 9/28/1968

Ep 94: Klink vs. the Gonculator

Hogan leads Klink to believe a rabbit trap is a secret electronic device in order for Klink to bring an electronics expert, who wants to defect, to camp. Aired: 10/5/1968

Ep 95: How to Catch a Papa Bear

Hogan unknowingly sends Newkirk into a Gestapo trap for Papa Bear. Aired: 10/12/1968

Ep 96: Hogan's Trucking Service... We Deliver the Factory to You

Colonel Crittendon shows up again and messes up Hogan's plans to destroy a ball bearing plant. Aired: 10/19/1968

Ep 97: To the Gestapo with Love

The Gestapo gets three beautiful girls to pry secrets out of the guys. Aired: 10/26/1968

Ep 98: Man's Best Friend is Not His Dog

A dog buries a bone containing film from Carter's camera that has images of a new German tank. Aired: 11/2/1968

Ep 99: Never Play Cards with Strangers

Hogan's plan to blow up a rocket fuel factory boomerangs back at him. Aired: 11/9/1968

Ep 100: Color the Luftwaffe Red

Hogan and his men volunteer to paint the headquarters of the Luftwaffe in order to steal an important map. Aired: 11/16/1968

Ep 101: Guess Who Came to Dinner?

Hogan learns his underground contact may be a double agent after he arranges for her to go to England. Aired: 11/23/1968

Ep 102: No Names Please

Right after Hogan helps a journalist escape from the Germans, an American paper tells of Hogan's operations at his camp. Aired: 11/30/1968

Ep 103: Bad Day in Berlin

A U.S. undercover agent helps Hogan and his men get a defecting Nazi officer out of Berlin. Aired: 12/7/1968

Ep 104: Will the Blue Baron Strike Again?

Hogan gets Klink to throw a party for WW I flying ace Blue Baron in order to find his headquarters. Aired: 12/14/1968

Ep 105: Will the Real Colonel Klink Please Stand Up Against the Wall?

When Carter, in disguise as the camp kommandant, is seen near one of Hogan's operations, Klink is threatened with a treason charge. Aired: 12/21/1968

Ep 106: Man in a Box

Hogan is ordered to capture LeBeau, but not before he lets him complete his mission. Aired: 12/28/1968

Ep 107: The Missing Klink

Hogan plans to kidnap Burkhalter to trade him for an underground agent but ends up with Klink. Aired: 1/4/1969

Ep 108: Who Stole My Copy of Mein Kampf?

Hogan plans to eliminate a beautiful allied defector who is giving Klink an award. Aired: 1/11/1969

Ep 109: Operation Hannibal

Hogan and the daughter of a German general try to photograph her father's plans designed to prolong the war. Aired: 1/18/1969

Ep 110: My Favorite Prisoner

A baroness is asked by Klink to get secrets out of Hogan, and he complies by giving her a British agent with phony invasion plans. Aired: 1/25/1969

Ep 111: Watch the Trains Go By

Hogan arranges for Burkhalter's sister to keep Klink occupied, so he can leave camp and blow up a train. Aired: 2/1/1969

Ep 112: Klink's Old Flame

Hogan uses the car of an SS man who's just married Klink's old girlfriend and is honeymooning in Paris, where Hogan needs to pass radios to the underground. Aired: 2/8/1969

Ep 113: Up in Klink's Room

Hogan gets himself sent to the hospital so he can get information from a wounded agent. Aired: 2/15/1969

Ep 114: The Purchasing Plan

Hogan and crew are ordered to deliver airdropped ammo to the underground. Aired: 2/22/1969

Ep 115: The Witness

Hogan faces a startling development: His captors are sending him to America to demand surrender—with a super weapon supposedly supplied by the Russians. Aired: 3/1/1969

Ep 116: The Big Dish

Hogan must destroy an anti-aircraft defense system designed by a beautiful English woman who may have defected to Germany. Aired: 3/8/1969

Ep 117: The Return of Major Bonacelli

The Italian officer who studied under Klink helps Hogan photograph an air base. Aired: 3/15/1969

Ep 118: Happy Birthday, Dear Hogan

Hogan's men plan to surprise him for his birthday by blowing up an ammunition dump. Aired: 3/22/1969

Ep 119: Hogan Goes Hollywood

Hogan plans to use an American actor in a German propaganda film to get information home. Aired: 9/26/1969

Ep 120: The Well

Hogan steals a Luftwaffe codebook, but must organize a special mission when Newkirk drops it down a well. Aired: 10/3/1969

Ep 121: The Klink Commandos

Hogan and his men volunteer for a German suicide squad train bound for the Russian front in order to steal key documents. Aired: 10/10/1969

Ep 122: The Gasoline War

Hogan and his men plan to destroy a gasoline station that has just been built in camp. Aired: 10/17/1969

Ep 123: Unfair Exchange

Hogan kidnaps Burkhalter's sister in order to exchange her for a captured Allied agent. Aired: 10/24/1969

Ep 124: The Kommandant Dies at Dawn

Klink is to be executed when the Gestapo finds him with information Hogan planted on him to deliver to the underground. Aired: 10/31/1969

Ep 125: Bombsight

Hogan plans to get the blueprints for and interfere with the testing of a new weapon. Aired: 11/7/1969

Ep 126: The Big Picture

Hogan plans to steal the picture that the Gestapo is using to blackmailing Klink. Aired: 11/14/1969

Ep 127: The Big Gamble

Hogan must prevent the Germans from getting ahold of a secret device that was aboard a plane shot down near camp. Aired: 11/21/1969

Ep 128: The Defector

Hogan must get a defecting field marshal to England, whom Hochstetter has followed to Stalag 13. Aired: 11/28/1969

Ep 129: The Empty Parachute

Hogan gets the Germans to look for an allied agent by planting an opened parachute in camp. This gives him the opportunity to get at the briefcase that was handcuffed to a courier. Aired: 12/5/1969

Ep 130: The Antique

Hogan gets Klink to open an antiques business selling "rare" cuckoo clocks, a business venture that is actually a ruse enabling the POWs to smuggle information out in the timepieces. Aired: 12/12/1969

Ep 131: Is There a Traitor in the House?

Hogan plans to send information to London by using a German radio propaganda program. Aired: 12/19/1969

Ep 132: At Last, Schultz Knows Something

After Schultz is assigned to guard a secret atomic installation, Hogan must get him to spill the beans on where it is located. Aired: 12/26/1969

Ep 133: How's the Weather?

Hogan throws an anniversary party for Klink so the POWs can make a weather forecast by using party balloons. Aired: 1/2/1970

Ep 134: Get Fit or Go Fight

Hogan convinces Klink to get back in shape so he won't be sent to the Russian front. Aired: 1/9/1970

Ep 135: Fat Hermann, Go Home

Hogan plans to get a trainload of stolen paintings back to London, but things get complicated when Marya uses Schultz to impersonate Reich Marshall Goehring. Aired: 1/16/1970

Ep 136: The Softer They Fall

Kinchloe fights a German boxing champ, creating a diversion for a heist Hogan is planning. Aired: 1/23/1970

Ep 137: Gowns by Yvette

Hogan plans to use the wedding of Burkhalter's niece to smuggle a defector out of Germany. Aired: 1/30/1970

Ep 138: One Army at a Time

Carter convinces the German he is one of them when he is captured in German uniform. Aired: 2/13/1970

Ep 139: Standing Room Only

Hogan tries to save Klink from an officer who plans on turning him in for not having balanced books. Aired: 2/20/1970

Ep 140: Six Lessons From Madame LaGrange

Hogan and a singer plan to stop the Gestapo from arresting all the area's Allied agents. Aired: 2/27/1970

Ep 141: The Sergeant's Analyst

After Burkhalter finds him sleeping on the job, Schultz is ordered to the Russian Front. Aired: 3/6/1970

Ep 142: The Merry Widow

Hogan sets Klink up with a female agent to deliver secret documents, but ends up sending Schultz when Klink is sent with the wrong ones. Aired: 3/13/1970

Ep 143: Crittendon's Commandos

Crittendon is the only one to avoid capture when he and his commandos parachute into the area during a mission to capture Rommel. Aired: 3/20/1970

Ep 144: Klink's Escape

Hogan gets Klink to think he is about to capture a POW escape ring. Aired: 3/27/1970

Ep 145: Cuisine a la Stalag 13

LeBeau decides to escape leaving the camp without a chef. Aired: 9/20/1970

Ep 146: The Experts

Hogan saves a German radio expert whom the Nazis want to kill. Aired: 9/27/1970

Ep 147: Klink's Masterpiece

Hogan convinces Klink that the kommandant is a great painter so the prisoners can meet an underground contact at an art gallery. Aired: 10/4/1970

Ep 148: Lady Chitterly's Lover: Part 1

An English traitor, who could pass for Colonel Crittendon's twin brother, parachutes into camp with information for Hitler. Aired: 10/11/1970

Ep 149: Lady Chitterly's Lover: Part 2

After Hogan becomes convinced that Crittendon can't fool Hitler, things get complicated when Chitterly escapes. Aired: 10/18/1970

Ep 150: The Gestapo Takeover

The Gestapo takes over Stalag 13, planning to send Klink and Schultz to the Russian Front. Aired: 10/25/1970

Ep 151: Kommandant Schultz

Schultz lets his new power as camp kommandant go to his head. Aired: 11/1/1970

Ep 152: Eight O'Clock and All is Well

Hogan finds that a new prisoner is a German spy right after he tells the man all about their secret operations. Aired: 11/8/1970

Ep 153: The Big Record

Klink gives the prisoners a recorder so they can send messages home, but Hogan plans on using the device to record a top-secret SS meeting. Aired: 11/15/1970

Ep 154: It's Dynamite

A dynamite truck, which Hogan plans on hi-jacking, deviates from its planned route. Aired: 11/22/1970

Ep 155: Operation Tiger

Hogan and his men try to rescue an underground leader on route to Berlin to be executed. Aired: 11/29/1970

Ep 156: The Big Broadcast

Hogan uses Klink's car radio to sneak a message to London when a pair of radio detection trucks enters the area. Aired: 12/6/1970

Ep 157: The Gypsy

In an effort to transport a German anti-radar to London, Hogan passes LeBeau off as a fortune teller after convincing Klink he was struck by lightning. Aired: 12/13/1970

Ep 158: The Dropouts

Hogan helps three German scientists escape to England. Aired: 12/27/1970

Ep 159: Easy Come, Easy Go

Hogan and Klink go to England to steal an allied airplane as part of Hogan's plan to expose Nazi spies in London. Aired: 1/10/1971

Ep 160: The Meister Spy

Hogan and his men pose as Nazi officers to get an American traitor to divulge the names of his German superiors. Aired: 1/17/1971

Ep 161: That's No Lady, That's My Spy

Newkirk poses as a general's wife to get penicillin to an ill underground leader. Aired: 1/24/1971

Ep 162: To Russia Without Love

Hogan arranges for a beautiful Russian spy to convince Klink that the Kommandant should volunteer for service at the Russian front. Hogan's payoff: some secret papers. Aired: 1/31/1971

Ep 163: Klink for the Defense

Klink is appointed defense counsel for a German officer on trial for treason who has secret plans intended for London. Hogan helps Klink prove the officer's innocence in order to secure the plans. Aired: 2/7/1971

Ep 164: The Kamikazes are Coming

The guys find a new rocket that has landed near camp. They are at a loss on how to get it back to England for study when Marya and her rocket-designing husband enter camp. Aired: 2/21/1971

Ep 165: Kommandant Gertrude

Hogan must get a U.S. general out of Stalag 13, while Klink plans to move the camp's fence line and Gertrude arrives with her fiancé. Aired: 2/28/1971

Ep 166: Hogan's Double Life

When Hogan is identified as a saboteur, he impersonates a German officer in front of the very Gestapo agent who could take him down. Aired: 3/7/1971

Ep 167: Look at the Pretty Snowflakes

Hogan and his men start an avalanche to stop a Panzer division. Aired: 3/21/1971

Ep 168: Rockets or Romance

Hogan becomes the partner of a beautiful underground agent when he and his men team up with the underground to destroy a guided missile battery. Aired: 4/4/1971