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Hogan's Heroes - The Complete Fifth Season
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- 26 episodes on four discs
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The 26 episodes with original telecast dates include:
Episode 1: Hogan Goes Hollywood (9/26/1969)
Episode 2: The Well (10/3/1969)
Episode 3: The Klink Commandos (10/10/1969)
Episode 4: The Gasoline War (10/17/1969)
Episode 5: Unfair Exchange (10/24/1969)
Episode 6: The Kommandant Dies at Dawn (10/31/1969)
Episode 7: Bombsight (11/7/1969)
Episode 8: The Big Picture (11/14/1969)
Episode 9: The Big Gamble (11/21/1969)
Episode 10: The Defector (11/28/1969)
Episode 11: The Empty Parachute (12/5/1969)
Episode 12: The Antique (12/12/1969)
Episode 13: Is There a Traitor in the House? (12/19/1969)
Episode 14: At Last-Schultz Knows Something (12/26/1969)
Episode 15: How's the Weather? (1/2/1970)
Episode 16: Get Fit or Go Fight (1/9/1970)
Episode 17: Fat Hermann, Go Home (1/16/1970)
Episode 18: The Softer They Fall (1/23/1970)
Episode 19: Gowns by Yvette (1/30/1970)
Episode 20: One Army at a Time (2/13/1970)
Episode 21: Standing Room Only (2/20/1970)
Episode 22: Six Lessons From Madame LaGrange (2/27/1970)
Episode 23: The Sergeant's Analyst (3/6/1970)
Episode 24: The Merry Widow (3/13/1970)
Episode 25: Crittendon's Commandos (3/20/1970)
Episode 26: Klink's Escape(3/27/1970)
This season marks Col. Crittendon's fourth appearance in the show. It would also be Sgt. Kinchloe's (Ivan Dixon) last year with the series.
For Hogan's fans everywhere I want to recommend a movie I ran into recently that I hadn't seen in ages. It is a wonderful, but forgotten cross between Kelly's Heroes & Hogan's Heroes set in 1943 Italy...complete with a bank heist!...and General Burkhalter!!!
It's called "What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?" and Hogans' fans and "Kelly's Heroes" fans alike should give this a try.
The story line of a prisoner-of-war camp in Germany in which American "prisoners" are running an "underground railroad" right under the noses of the Germans could easily have gone down a different road and not have been the great comedy it became. It would only have taken a change in casting, using American actors for all the parts. The casting department must have seen this, because many of the actors actually came from the countries they represented. John Banner, for instance, was actually a German soldier in WWII. Richard Dawson is really British. Many of the French underground were really French, etc. It all folds together to create one of the funniest shows ever produced, and it doesn't matter which episode you see. They are all of a piece, but never the same. Truly a marvelous piece of work which I a proud to own and am looking forward to the release of the 6th (and sadly, the last) season.
Good quality picture (not HD), the sound is great and the episodes are complete from beginning to end.
It's been great to watch them all in order, from the beginning to the end.
I gave it FIVE STARS because of the quality and the HOGAN HEROES sitcom contents.
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I gave this as a gift to my daughter and she loved it, even though she had no idea of this generation!Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
1st 2 years are a little rough. Better than first year which I do not like.Published 2 months ago by PSH
1 of my favorite TV shows of all time, enjoyed all 168 episodes my favorite episode is the 1st one The Informer..Published 2 months ago by J. R.
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