Series: Hogan's Heroes
Episode: Drums Along the Dusseldorf
Original Airdate: March 30, 1968
Production Number: 5784-73
Written by: Arthur Julian
Directed by: Bob Sweeney
Produced by: Edward H. Feldman & William A. Calihan

Regular Edit

Prisoners Edit

Camp Personnel Edit

Semi-Regulars Edit

Guest Stars Edit

Synopsis Edit

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.

Story Notes Edit

Timeline Notes and Speculations Edit

Quotes Edit

  • Hogan: "Beautiful, Newkirk, you've got Indian blood in you too!"
  • Newkirk: "Well, actually sir, uh, descended from Robin Hood. If you'll like for an encore, I'll go out and rob some rich people."
  • Hogan: "Forget it, the truck should be passing the front gates in just a few minutes."

Bloopers Edit

  • Many of the closeups of Hogan in his first scene in Klink's office are reversed. Watch for his ID patch to change sides on his uniform and the picture of Hitler in the background to flip from one side of his head to the other.
  • Newkirk shoots the arrow from the window of Hogan's office, so the truck should have reached the front gate immediately.

External links Edit

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Monkey Business
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