|Episode:||The Sergeant's Analyst|
|Original Airdate:||March 06, 1970|
|Written by:||Bill Davenport|
|Directed by:||Bruce Bilson|
|Produced by:||Edward H. Feldman, William A. Calihan & Jerry London|
- Colonel Hogan - Bob Crane
- Corporal Louis LeBeau - Robert Clary
- Corporal Peter Newkirk - Richard Dawson
- Sergeant James Kinchloe - Ivan Dixon
- Sergeant Andrew Carter - Larry Hovis
Camp Personnel Edit
Guest Stars Edit
Story Notes Edit
- This is the one hundred and fortieth episode of the series, but is the one hundred and forty-first episode shown on television and the twenty-third episode shown for the Fifth Season.
- The title alludes to The President's Analyst, a 1967 movie.
Timeline Notes and Speculations Edit
- This appears to take place in late 1944. Hogan is trying to put together a complete map of the West Wall defenses for Allied intelligence. The Allies slowed their advance across Europe out of fear of the West Wall, not knowing that it was largely unmanned at the time. By the time they realized their mistake, the Germans had brought up troops and equipment and were waiting for them.
- Hogan says that Schultz has been at Stalag 13 for five years. This matches with the statement of Hermann, the owner of the Hofbrau. He says that Schultz has been at Stalag 13 ever since the camp opened, which was in 1939. (Clearance Sale at the Black Market).
- The Sergeant's Analyst at TV.com
- The Sergeant's Analyst at the Internet Movie Database
- The Sergeant's Analyst episode capsule at Webstalag 13
- Hogan's Heroes Fanclub
- The Hofbrau
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