Series: Hogan's Heroes
Episode: Is General Hammerschlag Burning?
Original Airdate: November 18, 1967
Production Number: 5784-72
Written by: Richard M. Powell
Directed by: Edward H. Feldman
Produced by: Edward H. Feldman & William A. Calihan

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Synopsis Edit

In Paris, Hogan uses an entertainer's friendship with a General and someone who went to high school with Kinchloe as part of a plan to get plans for the defense of Paris.

Story Notes Edit

  • This is the seventy-second produced episode of the series, but is the seventy-third episode to be shown on television and is the eleventh episode shown for the Third Season.
  • The episode's title alludes to the title of the 1966 war film, Is Paris Burning?.
  • This is the second and last time that Kinch (not Hogan) gets the girl.
  • As part of a running gag in the story, Kinch and Hogan's roles are reversed, with Hogan having to play the subordinate in order to achieve their mission.

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Bloopers Edit

  • When Carol Dukes/Kumasa sees Kinch in her dressing room, she identifies him as "Ivan Kinchloe". In Request_Permission_to_Escape, Kinch's first name is revealed to be "James."

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One in Every Crowd
Next episode:
A Russian Is Coming

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