History Series / HogansHeroes

19th Sep '16 6:32:29 AM ZarbiNerada
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* HiddedDepths: ''Someone'' in the guards or administration of Stalag 13 is the Allied agent "Nimrod". Even the Heroes don't know who.

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* HiddedDepths: HiddenDepths: ''Someone'' in the guards or administration of Stalag 13 is the Allied agent "Nimrod". Even the Heroes don't know who.
19th Sep '16 6:32:09 AM ZarbiNerada
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* GoodIsNotSoft: They are at war.


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* HiddedDepths: ''Someone'' in the guards or administration of Stalag 13 is the Allied agent "Nimrod". Even the Heroes don't know who.
16th Sep '16 5:24:33 AM Tarlonniel
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* ThisIsGonnaSuck: In "Hogan's Trucking Service, We Deliver the Factory To You", this is Hogan's response when Newkirk tells him that if the Mysterious Colonel X came to harm, it would be a great blow to the Germans.

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* ThisIsGonnaSuck: ThisIsGonnaSuck:
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In "Hogan's Trucking Service, We Deliver the Factory To You", this is Hogan's response when Newkirk tells him that if the Mysterious Colonel X came to harm, it would be a great blow to the Germans.



* WhoNeedsEnemies: Marya, the Russian spy. Not only was she blatant about her willingness to sell out the heroes to the Germans if it meant she succeeded in her missions, at least once her mission directly hampered the heroes' mission (while still hurting the Germans). Sure, she was an ally, but...

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* WhoNeedsEnemies: WhoNeedsEnemies:
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Marya, the Russian spy. Not only was she blatant about her willingness to sell out the heroes to the Germans if it meant she succeeded in her missions, at least once her mission directly hampered the heroes' mission (while still hurting the Germans). Sure, she was an ally, but...
15th Sep '16 11:04:59 PM Lightning4119
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-->'''Hogan''': You know, Newkirk? You look good in basic black.



* ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: There's one episode where one of the guys says "I'm a [placeholder], not a surgeon!"

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* ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: There's one episode where one of the guys Newkirk says "I'm a [placeholder], soldier, not a surgeon!" Keep in mind he [[ItMakesSenseInContext was trying to sabotage a motorcycle so Klink would get hospitalized]].



--> '''Hogan:''' We like to play these things out like Eliza on the ice--we sort of figure things out as we go.

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--> '''Hogan:''' We like to play these things out like Eliza on crossing the ice--we sort of figure things out as we go.ice - keeps us on our toes.



** Kinchloe's high school friend, who is a beautiful medium from Africa. [[spoiler: If by ''Africa'' you mean ''Cleveland''.]]

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** Kinchloe's high school friend, who is a beautiful medium from Africa. [[spoiler: If by ''Africa'' you mean ''Cleveland''.''Detroit''.]]



** Hogan playing with his hat and Klink's spiked-helmet when he's in his office (season one especially)

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** Hogan playing with his hat and Klink's spiked-helmet when he's in his office (season one especially)especially).



** A lot of phone calls between Germans are concluded with "Heil Hitler." Klink seems to find it tiresome. The Heroes (especially Newkirk) seem to delight in repeating it as often as possible when they do phone impersonations.

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** A lot of phone calls between Germans are concluded with "Heil Hitler." Klink seems to find it tiresome. The Heroes (especially Newkirk) seem to delight in repeating it as often as possible when they do phone impersonations. At one point Carter does it out of habit when Schultz shows up.
--->'''Carter''': Sorry. When I learn something, I learn it!



--> Hogan: A whole chill came over me as a name came to mind.

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--> Hogan: A whole cold chill came over me as a name came to mind.



** In another episode he hears Crittendon coming up the ladder from the tunnels and facepalms, going [[OhCrap "Oh, it can't be..."]] and manages to pass it off as a salute.



* TunnelNetwork: So extensive that one has to wonder why the whole camp hasn't turned into a giant sinkhole.

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* TunnelNetwork: So extensive that one has to wonder why the whole camp hasn't turned into a giant sinkhole. In one episode Hogan walks to a specific spot and says "I think this is the only spot in camp we ''don't'' have a tunnel under."



* UnwantedAssistance: Klink to Hogan in "The Late Inspector General": "Get off my side!"

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* UnwantedAssistance: Klink to Hogan in "The Late Inspector General": "Get off my side!"side!" See also Col. Crittendon. ''Any time he shows up.''



** Also toyed with concerning the Germans. Nobody in the German military is explicitly an ally of the Heroes, but it seems like the Wehrmacht and Luftwaffe spend as much time messing with each other and the Gestapo as they do with the Allies. TruthInTelevision, mind you. It's lampshaded at least once by Kinch, who mentions that the Germans could start their own war and never even bring in the Allies.



--->'''Hogan''': [[SarcasmMode Well, as long as it wasn't a total loss.]]



* YouDoNotWantToKnow: "Wanna know what we're ''really'' doing, Schultz?"

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* YouDoNotWantToKnow: "Wanna know what we're ''really'' doing, Schultz?"Schultz?" The answer is always an emphatic ''no.''
13th Sep '16 6:32:56 PM KD
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** Hogan walking into Klink's office anytime he wants, especially whenever other German military officers are visiting.


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** A lot of phone calls between Germans are concluded with "Heil Hitler." Klink seems to find it tiresome. The Heroes (especially Newkirk) seem to delight in repeating it as often as possible when they do phone impersonations.
20th Aug '16 4:18:53 PM AnotherWanderingGhost
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* HandCuffedBriefcase: In "The Empty Parachute" a visitor to Klink has one of these.
-->'''Hogan''': We've got to see what's in that briefcase. [...]\\
'''[=LeBeau=]''': Now how can we do that when it's chained to his wrist?\\
'''Hogan''': Have him unchain it!
19th Aug '16 5:11:18 AM longWriter
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* UnwantedAssistance: Klink to Hogan in "The Late Inspector General": "Get off my side!"
12th Jul '16 6:51:44 PM FordPrefect
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** None of the main German cast, and only one of the recurring guest characters (Wolfgang Hochstetter, of the SS and later the Gestapo) is a member of the Nazi party. TruthInTelevision - according to TheOtherWiki, officers of the regular German armed forces were forbidden from joining any political party, which at that time was pretty much the Nazi Party. What is a little strange in this regard is that most of the German regulars and recurring characters are members of the ''Luftwaffe'', which was historically the branch of the Wehrmacht that was the the ''most'' devoted to the regime and supportive of Hitler and his party.

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** None of the main German cast, and only one of the recurring guest characters (Wolfgang Hochstetter, of the SS and later the Gestapo) is a member of the Nazi party. TruthInTelevision - according to TheOtherWiki, officers of the regular German armed forces were forbidden from joining any political party, which at that time was pretty much the Nazi Party. What is a little strange in this regard is that most of the German regulars and recurring characters are members of the ''Luftwaffe'', which was historically the branch of the Wehrmacht that was the the ''most'' devoted to the regime and supportive of Hitler and his party.
12th Jul '16 6:47:50 PM FordPrefect
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** Hogan, Kinchloe, and Carter are in the United States (Army) Air Force; Klink and Schultz are in the Luftwaffe (WW2 German Air Force); [=LeBeau=] is in the French Air Force; and Newkirk is in the Royal Air Force... however, almost all of them refer to themselves as soldiers, rather than airmen (Hogan once even makes a remark about, "Those fliers" when an American bomb squad is shot down and sent to Stalag 13), and often comment about being in the Army. Kinch is actually a walking technical mistake: his uniform is that of a foot soldier, not a flier, bomber, or paratrooper.

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** Hogan, Kinchloe, and Carter are in the United States (Army) Air Force; Klink and Schultz are in the Luftwaffe (WW2 German Air Force); [=LeBeau=] is in the French Air Force; and Newkirk is in the Royal Air Force... however, almost all of them refer to themselves as soldiers, rather than airmen (Hogan once even makes a remark about, about "Those fliers" when an American bomb squad is shot down and sent to Stalag 13), and often comment about being in the Army. Kinch is actually a walking technical mistake: his uniform is that of a foot soldier, not a flier, bomber, or paratrooper.
5th Jul '16 9:28:15 AM dlchen145
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''Series/HogansHeroes'' is one of the first American sitcoms to feature a black character as an integral member of the cast. Kinchloe is Hogan's second-in-command and the camp genius (also very unusual for the time period). The producers cast a black actor to play Kinchloe in part to prevent the network from providing Southern stations with a [[RaceLift "black-free" cut]], as was common at the time -- Kinchloe was too important to the story line for his scenes to be removed.

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''Series/HogansHeroes'' is The show was one of the first American sitcoms to feature a black character as an integral member of the cast. Kinchloe is Hogan's second-in-command and the camp genius (also very unusual for the time period). The producers cast a black actor to play Kinchloe in part to prevent the network from providing Southern stations with a [[RaceLift "black-free" cut]], as was common at the time -- Kinchloe was too important to the story line for his scenes to be removed.
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