Six Lessons from Madame LaGrange
Series: Hogan's Heroes
Episode: Six Lessons from Madame LaGrange
Original Airdate: February 27, 1970
Production Number: 5784-143
Written by: Arthur Julian
Directed by: Jerry London
Produced by: Edward H. Feldman, William A. Calihan & Jerry London

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Synopsis Edit

Hogan and a singer plan to stop the Gestapo from arresting all the area's Allied agents.

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Quotes Edit

  • Klink: Confidentially, I've never seen a Gestapo man that could dance. Oh, they're great goose steppers - but nothing on the dance floor!

Klink and Burkhalter are shocked to see Hochstetter dancing with LeBeau in the cooler. They discuss it later in Klink's office.

  • Klink: Herr General, do you remember who was leading?
  • Burkhalter: I think it was LeBeau.
  • Klink: Didn't Major Hochstetter have his hand on LeBeau's hip?
  • Burkhalter: You're right, Klink. LeBeau was following.
  • Klink (to Hilda): Put that down! Major Hochstetter was leading - and quite badly, I might add.

  • Klink: The last time I missed a date with a woman, it took two policemen and a priest to talk her out of jumping.

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Standing Room Only
Next episode:
The Sergeant's Analyst

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