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Hogan's Heroes The Complete Series DVD Special Features

Actors: Richard Dawson, Robert Clary, Bob Crane, Werner Klemperer, John Banner
Format: Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
Language: English
Number of discs: 27
Rated: Unrated Not Rated
Studio: Paramount
DVD Release Date: 2016

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Hogan's Heroes The Complete Series DVD Overview

Though the series spans several seasons, it always appears to be winter at Stalag 13; there are ever-present patches of snow on the ground and on buildings, and prisoners regularly gather around a barrel fire or shiver through roll call. However, some episodes do in fact take place in spring or summer (such as the episode dealing with the D-Day invasions).Hogan tries to influence visiting Italian Major Bonacelli (Hans Conried) into helping him.The premise of the show is that the prisoners of war (POWs) are actually using the camp as a base of operations for Allied espionage and sabotage against Nazi Germany as well as to help Allied POWs from other camps and defectors to escape Germany (including supplying them with civilian clothes and false identification). The prisoners work in cooperation with an assortment of resistance groups (collectively called "the Underground"),Hogan's Heroes Seasons 1-6 DVD defectors, spies, counterspies, disloyal officers, and others. The mastermind behind the whole operation is the senior ranking prisoner US Army Air Forces Colonel Robert Hogan. His staff of experts in covert operations comprises two Americans, one British serviceman, and one Frenchman. They are able to accomplish schemes such as having a prisoner visit the camp as a phony Adolf Hitler or rescuing a French Underground agent from Gestapo headquarters in Paris.The show is thus a combination of several writing styles that were popular in the 60s: the "wartime" show, the "spy" show, and "camp comedy."

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