Hogans heroes

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  1. Thorlifter

    Thorlifter Well-Known Member

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    I just bought Hogan's Heroes, season 1 and watched the episode where they stole the latest version of a Tiger tank. I know it's not a Tiger, but does anyone know what kind of tank it is? My first complete guess is a Churchill tank. I tried to attach a pic of it, but I can't seem to capture a pic from a DVD. Oh well.

    Man oh man, I've wasted so many hours of my life watching Hogan's Heroes! I just love that show. How about ya'll?
     
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    Loved that show too, as well as my dad....good laugh!
     
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    same here man one of the best show made and that is the only thing i watch in TV aswell
     
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    " I know no-thing! No-thing !" :)

    Other classic war comedy series' we got in NZ (the good old days..!) MASH, 'Allo 'allo, Dad's army (the best !!!), and It ain't half hot mum.
     
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    Brilliant show
    Klink Shultz were my favorites.
    It was one of the few shows who's humour travelled well across the pond.
    I also rate the Beverly Hillbillies, The Munsters The Adams Family amoungst those. Oh and we can't leave out Bilko
     
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    Still get a good laugh, great show..:D
     
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    Great show, Hollywood at it's best. Nobody took it seriously (who had any sense) and that was the whole point. It was farce. Still a favorite of mine.

    To tell the truth, I haven't watch one of the new sitcoms in over 15 years. And even then, it was spotty viewing. Probably the last one I watched religiously was either "Star Treck: Next Generation". Before that, it was "Baa Baa Black Sheep"
     
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    hogan's Heroes and Get Smart are my all time favourite TV shows ever. Man they don't make shows like that anymore!
     
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    Never really watched those shows except for a few times. Never tickled me. I used to watch "M.A.S.H." religiously. I love great writing.

    Tim, you should watch "Two and a Half Men" on Ch. 17 evryday at 6:30p (don't have cable). I didn't think I would like it but it has grown on me and the writing is awesome.
     
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    I agree Njaco.....love M-A-S-H and Two and a Half Men, both are a great laugh!
     
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    I'm with you guys, M*A*S*H is an all time great. Hogan's Heroes was excellent as well.

    My personal all time favorite though is "The Honeymooners".

    TO
     
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    I saw Alan Alda on the "West Wing" a few years ago - talk about Age Shock! Man, am I getting old.
     
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    Col. Klink and Sgt Schultz were holocaust survivors.

    Its a story in itself the reasons both men agreed to play the roles.
     
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    Agreed Njaco. MASH was excellent and I'm loving two and a half men at the moment.
     
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    WOW... I'm gonna have to read more on that

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    :shock:

    Out of the closet? Are they loving you back?


    :lol:
     
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    I read that John Banner (Shultz) was actually in a concentration camp, but got out before the extermination of the jews was fully implemented.

    Werner Klemperer (Klink) fled to America in 1933 before he was captured. I also read many years ago that the only demand he had for accepting the role was that Klink was to never get the better of Hogan.

    Robert Clary (Labeau) was deported to Buchenwald with 12 members of his family. He was the only survivor.
     
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    :lol: smartarse! :lol:
     
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    Awesome show! I loved watching that and BaaBaa Black Sheep when I was a kid....when my folks would allow. Dangit....now I'm gonna have to go get the series!
     
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