History Series / HogansHeroes

15th Sep '17 5:38:10 AM Belphegor
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** In an example of stock footage that doesn't come from WW2, in "Reverend Kommandant Klink", LeBeau goes briefly to Paris. There's a shot of the Folies Pigalle (then a theatre/cabaret) where [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_Taylor Vince Taylor]] is set to play. Vince Taylor was born in 1939.

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** In an example of stock footage that doesn't come from WW2, in "Reverend Kommandant Klink", LeBeau [=LeBeau=] goes briefly to Paris. There's a shot of the Folies Pigalle (then a theatre/cabaret) where [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_Taylor Vince Taylor]] is set to play. Vince Taylor was born in 1939.
15th Sep '17 5:37:45 AM Belphegor
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** In an example of stock footage that doesn't come from WW2, in "Reverend Kommandant Klink", LeBeau goes briefly to Paris. There's a shot of the Folies Pigalle (then a theatre/cabaret) where [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_Taylor Vince Taylor]] is set to play. Vince Taylor was born in 1939.
4th Sep '17 12:42:34 AM Luppercus
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* VillainExclusivityClause: Klink (justified in that the setting of the show is a prisoners' camp and he's the commander of such).
30th Jul '17 10:57:44 AM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: ''Series/{{Colditz}}'' meets ''Series/AlloAllo''.
29th Jul '17 2:42:56 AM Psyclone
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* TrashTheSet: After the series wrapped up production, the entire Stalag 13 set was completely recycled for ''Film/IlsaSheWolfOfTheSS''. the script called for the camp to be blown up, so the Hogan producers agreed, saving them the trouble and expenses of having the set bulldozed anyway.

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* TrashTheSet: After the series wrapped up production, the entire HH producers were approached by the producers of ''Film/IlsaSheWolfOfTheSS'' asking if they could reuse the Stalag 13 set was completely recycled for ''Film/IlsaSheWolfOfTheSS''. the set. Since that movie's script called for the camp to be blown up, so the Hogan producers agreed, saving them the trouble and expenses of having so that they wouldn't have to pay to have the set bulldozed anyway.demolished.
29th Jul '17 2:39:39 AM Psyclone
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* TrashTheSet: After the series wrapped up production, the entire Stalag 13 set was completely recycled for ''Film/IlsaSheWolfOfTheSS'': the script called for the camp to be blown up, so the Hogan producers agreed, saving them the trouble and expenses of having the set bulldozed anyway.

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* TrashTheSet: After the series wrapped up production, the entire Stalag 13 set was completely recycled for ''Film/IlsaSheWolfOfTheSS'': ''Film/IlsaSheWolfOfTheSS''. the script called for the camp to be blown up, so the Hogan producers agreed, saving them the trouble and expenses of having the set bulldozed anyway.
29th Jul '17 2:39:28 AM Psyclone
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* TrashTheSet: After the series wrapped up production, the entire Stalag 13 set was completely recycled for a porno movie about a female Nazi mad scientist running a medical camp and performing torturous experiments on prisoners: the script called for the camp to be blown up, so the Hogan producers agreed, saving them the trouble and expenses of having the set bulldozed anyway.

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* TrashTheSet: After the series wrapped up production, the entire Stalag 13 set was completely recycled for a porno movie about a female Nazi mad scientist running a medical camp and performing torturous experiments on prisoners: ''Film/IlsaSheWolfOfTheSS'': the script called for the camp to be blown up, so the Hogan producers agreed, saving them the trouble and expenses of having the set bulldozed anyway.
24th Jul '17 7:59:30 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* DependingOnTheWriter: Most of the time, Schultz will find out about what the Heroes are up to, or perhaps witness parts of their missions, and in many of these cases, Hogan and his men will flat-out tell Schultz exactly what they're doing (especially in the first season), knowing Schultz will simply turn the other way, and [[{{Catchphrase}} know NOTHING!!!]] However, on some occasions, the Heroes will actually try to keep Schultz from finding out what they're doing, and if he does find out, he actually will go to Klink to rat them out, putting them in the spot of having to cover up their current mission.

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* DependingOnTheWriter: Most of the time, Schultz will find out about what the Heroes are up to, or perhaps witness parts of their missions, and in many of these cases, Hogan and his men will flat-out tell Schultz exactly what they're doing (especially in the first season), knowing Schultz will simply turn the other way, and [[{{Catchphrase}} know NOTHING!!!]] However, on some occasions, the Heroes will actually try to keep Schultz from finding out what they're doing, and if he does find out, he actually will go to Klink to rat them out, putting them in the spot of having to cover up their current mission. Klink is also inconsistently written, being anywhere from simply incompetent to actively aiding the prisoners behind the scenes (the latter mostly showing up in SS episodes).
16th Jul '17 9:53:14 AM nombretomado
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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 bomber crew 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 ([=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 bomber crew 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.
1st Jul '17 4:17:06 PM nombretomado
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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 ''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, Wiki/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 ''most'' devoted to the regime and supportive of Hitler and his party.
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