Hogan’s Heroes Season 6 & Episode Guide
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Gen. de Gaulle’s call-to-arms inspires LeBeau to leave his current post and return to service in the Free French Army.
First appearance of Sgt. Baker (Kenneth Washington).
After the Gestapo murders a Stalag 13 guard, the team rushes to the rescue of his research partner before another man can be killed. (Note: This episode dramatizes the show’s only killing).
To smuggle maps out of camp, Hogan encourages Klink to feed his artistic side.
When Lord Chitterly arrives in Germany to negotiate the surrender of England, Hogan will have to rely on Crittendon to perform a decent acting job for once.
Hogan may not trust Lady Chitterly (Anne Rogers), but he’ll have to follow her plan or else both he and Crittendon are in a world of trouble.
Hogan resorts to blackmail after the Gestapo begin a takeover of the Luftwaffe Stalags.
8 Nov. 1970
Eight O’Clock and All Is Well
New prisoner Captain Martin (Monte Markham) seems legit, but with the Gestapo sniffing around the colonel isn’t taking chances—especially with an ammunition train in need of destroying.
15 Nov. 1970
The Big Record
The team is forced to get creative when heightened security won’t let them anywhere near a top secret meeting going on in the rec hall.
22 Nov. 1970
The dynamite the Gestapo is storing in the cooler is making everyone uneasy. To further alarm the POWs, the dynamite trucks leaving camp seem to be mysteriously disappearing.
29 Nov. 1970
London declares rescuing Tiger from the Gestapo to be too dangerous a task to perform, but Hogan is willing to disobey orders when it involves someone he loves.
6 Dec. 1970
The Big Broadcast
With Hochstetter monitoring radio transmissions in the area, the team will have to find a way to make their setup portable to safely broadcast a bombing location.
13 Dec. 1970
After being struck by lightning, LeBeau begins making increasingly amazing predictions about Col. Klink’s future glory
27 Dec. 1970
Carter slips up and speaks English while on a sabotage job, leading two scientists and a Gestapo agent straight to Stalag 13.
17 Jan. 1971
The Meister Spy
Major Martin, AKA Hans Strausser (Alan Bergmann), believes the hard part of his information gathering in London is over when he arrives safely in Stalag 13. But with Hogan out to learn what he knows, his troubles are just beginning.
24 Jan. 1971
That’s No Lady, That’s My Spy
Newkirk does some creative cross-dressing to deliver life-saving medicine to a wounded underground agent. Alice Ghostley guest stars as Mrs. Mannheim.
31 Jan. 1971
To Russia Without Love
Kommandant Becker (H.M. Wynant) of the Eastern front wants a transfer to a warmer assignment. He’s willing to trade Hogan battle plans for Stalag 13. Now Hogan just has to convince Klink that Russia is where he wants to be.
7 Feb. 1971
Klink for the Defense
Luftwaffe Col. Hauptmann (Sandy Kenyon) is on trial for his life and with Klink as his defender, he’s doomed to die unless the prisoners can fabricate some evidence.
21 Feb. 1971
The Kamikazes Are Coming
Marya convinces Hogan to defect to the Nazis in order to get access to a new rocket.
28 Feb. 1971
Gertrude’s fiancé (Lee Bergere) is assigned as Klink’s new executive. He’s a pushover, but the woman behind the throne is smart enough to turn Stalag 13 into a real prison.