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Series: Hogan's Heroes
Episode: Casanova Klink
Original Airdate: October 14, 1967
Production Number: 5784-68
Written by: Bill Davenport
Directed by: Edward H. Feldman
Produced by: Edward H. Feldman & William A. Calihan

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Synopsis Edit

Burkhalter plans to get Klink to marry his sister, while a Gestapo plant has infiltrated the underground.

Story Notes Edit

  • This is both the sixty-eighth produced episode of the series and the sixty-eighth episode to be shown on television and is the sixth episode shown for the Third Season.
  • In this episode, Klink observes to Burkhalter that he no longer has anyone to relieve Helga as his secretary.
  • In this episode, we learn that by now our heroes have six bugs in Klink's office. Three are the most we ever see in use - the one in the Hitler picture, the tap on the phone on Klink's desk, and the one in the wall relief of Klink's family coat of arms. One of the remaining three is most likely a tap on the phone in the outer (secretary's) office.

Timeline Notes and Speculations Edit

  • This episode appears to take place in mid-1944, not long after the events depicted in Hogan's Trucking Service … We Deliver the Factory to You. The ramp-up of sabotage activities by the underground implies a post-Normandy date, given similar actions by the French underground in real life. The 1944 date is also confirmed by the mention of the secret rocket fuel tanks that were destroyed by the underground. Germany began using rockets against England in 1944.
  • Burkhalter observes that one of his former classmates (at University?), General von Roeder, has died from a case of "a sudden transfer to the Russian Front. There's a lot of that going around."
  • Fraülein Hilda has to take a leave of absence (reason not given), leaving Klink with no secretary. Klink requested a temp six days ago from Burkhalter, who has yet to act on it. This is as close to an official confirmation as we can get, within the context of the series, to Helga's departure. Given the timeframe, Helga should have been available to fill in for Hilda. Since she is not, then she stopped working at Stalag 13 not long before the events in this episode take place.

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Funny Thing Happened on the Way to London
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