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Series: Hogan's Heroes
Episode: Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hara
Original Airdate: September 30, 1967
Production Number: 5784-70
Written by: Laurence Marks
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Produced by: Edward H. Feldman & William A. Calihan

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Prisoners Edit

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Semi-Regulars Edit

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Synopsis Edit

The Gestapo gets a female to pry information out of Schultz.

Story Notes Edit

  • This is the seventieth produced episode of the series, but is the sixty-sixth episode to be shown on television and is the fourth episode shown for the Third Season.
  • Schultz is unusually womanizing here, while he's generally quite supportive of his family, arguing that he has a wife and 5 kids to support, and that they eat a lot!
  • Though not seen, when Schultz enters barracks two singing about dancing with his date, Newkirk mentions Corporal Langenscheidt when guessing who he was dancing with jokingly.
  • Schultz admits to having a troubled relationship with his mother, admitting that she hit him as a child just because he was there.
  • Newkirk references Beauty and the Beast during the episode. This is a classic fairy tale first credited to Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve in 1740. It has since been adapted many times, most notably as a Walt Disney production and Broadway show.

Timeline Notes and Speculations Edit

Quotes Edit

Bloopers Edit

  • Major Hochstetter says that Hammelburg (near Stalag 13) has been chosen because of its proximity to Düsseldorf, but his geography is way off -- Hammelburg is 250KM from Düsseldorf.
  • The newspaper Carter reads in the Hofbrau is a Los Angeles publication. Among the items on the facing page are a social calendar and a business directory.

External links Edit

Previous episode:
D-Day at Stalag 13
Next episode:
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to London

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