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Hogan's Heroes, TV Series, 1965-1971 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Ein Käfig voller Helden (Germany)
  • Stacheldraht und Fersengeld (Germany)
  • Los Héroes de Hogan (Spain)
  • Papa Schultz (France)
  • Stalag 13 (France)
  • Hogans hjältar (Sweden)

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Karl US

2009-09-16 21:54

The above panel truck had many uses on HH. Most commonly it was used by Oscar Schnitzer to ferry dogs to and from the camp. Schnitzer was a collaborator with the Heroes and would often smuggle people, messages and other items into and out of the camp. When used on HH as a dog truck, the truck had his name, "Oscar Schnitzer" and "Tierarzt" painted on the doors. Tierarzt translates, literaly, "Animal Doctor" or Veterinarian. This screen cap does not appear to have any writing on the door. The paint job on the Tierarzt truck was not as shiny as seen in this cap either. But the roof rack is unmistakable. It is likely the same truck used for Oscar Schnitzer, just repainted.

Karl US

2010-09-23 20:46

In this Hogan's Heroes scene, an underground agent is being transferred to the custody of the Gestapo. Unknown to the Nazis', the 'Gestapo' agent who arrives as a passenger of this truck is not Gestapo at all, but another underground agent. The excuse for the Gestapo arriving in this truck is that the Gestapo car has broken down. One can reasonably assume the driver of the truck is in on the ruse. It could be Oscar Schnitzer and his Tierartz truck in disguise.

mike962 DE

2012-08-15 11:22

from 2.09
a person is actually inside
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-- Last edit: 2021-05-18 18:09:15

mike962 DE

2012-08-15 21:53

one thing I can say about the Nazi uniforms , surelly they had an evil doctrine and were mass criminals but the uniforms were totally badaSS , really imposing and menacing

-- Last edit: 2012-08-15 21:56:08

jpts AU

2019-01-21 03:56

The main Nazis Officers; General Burkhalter, Colonel Klink, Sergeant Shultz and Major Hochstetter were played by Jewish actors who and their families had escaped the Nazis and either or had served in US Armed Forces during World War II:

John Banner (Sergeant Shultz) - Emigrated to the US after the Annexation of Austria (known as Anschluss) into Nazi Germany in 1938, served in US Army Air Force as a supply sergeant from 1942 to 1945 in which he posed for a recruitment poster, most of his family died in the Holocaust.

Werner Klemperer (Colonel Klink) - Emigrated to the US with his family in 1935, served in the US Army Entertainment Branch; the Special Service and spent time entertaining the soldiers in the Pacific Theatre of the War.

Leon Askin (General Burkhalter) - Emigrated to France after the Anschluss of Austria in 1938 and then the US in 1940 after the Fall of France and the Nazi Occupation of Paris, served in the US Army Air Corps as a staff sergeant from 1943 to 1945, his parents died at the Treblinka Extermination Camp.

Howard Caine (Major Hochstetter) - Born Howard Cohen, served in the US Navy in the Pacific Theatre of the War from 1944 to 1946.

-- Last edit: 2021-04-07 07:10:19

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