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Genres: Comedy
Sub-Genres: Comedy
Format: DVD
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 4
MPAA Rating: Unrated

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Another Great Season of A Great Comedy Series
Andrew Hoover | Walnut Creek, CA United States | 11/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Season 3 of Hogan's Heroes has some of the top ranked episodes, including War Takes A Holiday when Hogan tricks Colonel Klink and Gestapo Major Hochstetter (Whooo eeez theese mahn?) that the war is over so prisoners can escape. In The Ultimate Weapon Colonel Hogan convinces Schultz he has ESP, with the predictable outcome of disaster for the Nazis. Colonel Crittendon shows up in The Crittendon Plan, which only endangers Hogan's smooth running operation. I've been a fan of Hogan's Heroes for 40 years, and can't wait to get each DVD set.

63: The Crittendon Plan 9/9/1967
64: Some of Their Planes Are Missing 9/16/1967
65: D-Day at Stalag 13 9/23/1967
66: Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hari 10/7/1967
67: Funny Thing Happened on the Way to London 10/7/1967
68: Casanova Klink 10/14/1967
69: How to Win Friends and Influence Nazis 10/21/1967
70: Nights in Shining Armor 10/28/1967
71: Hot Money 11/4/1967
72: One in Every Crowd 11/11/1967
73: Is General Hammerschlag Burning? 11/18/1967
74: A Russian is Coming 11/25/1967
75: An Evening of Generals (a.k.a. Evening of the Generals)12/2/1967
76: Everybody Loves a Snowman 12/9/1967
77: The Hostage 12/16/1967
78: Carter Turns Traitor 12/23/1967
79: Two Nazis for the Price of One 12/30/1967
80: Is There a Doctor in the House? 1/6/1968
81: Hogan, Go Home 1/13/1968
82: Sticky Wicket Newkirk 1/20/1968
83: War Takes a Holiday 1/27/1968
84: Duel of Honor 2/3/1968
85: Axis Annie 2/10/1968
86: What Time Does the Balloon Go Up? 2/17/1968
87: LeBeau and the Little Old Lady 2/24/1968
88: How to Escape From Prison Camp Without Really Trying 3/2/1968
89: The Collector General 3/9/1968
90: The Ultimate Weapon 3/16/1968
91: Monkey Business 3/23/1968
92: Drums Along the Dusseldorf 3/30/1968

It'd be great to read some reviews posted by cast members.
Rediscover the joy of Hogan
joseph Corey | Raleigh, NC United States | 01/20/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When the first announced the Hogan's Heroes season 1 boxset, I wasn't too bumped up about it. But it had been such a long time since I last saw the show on TV and after watching "Auto Focus," I picked it up on a whim - a chance to watch a show that I was hooked on as a kid. And I'm hooked again. It's great to see these shows in such clarity. I was used to watching it with adjusting rabbit ears. There's nothing sit-com about the look of this show. It looks like a real war flick.

Bob Crane nailed the role of Col. Hogan. He was just the man. I try to watch an episode before I go to bed. It's a damn shame they just don't make comedies like this. It'll be nice to have another 30 episodes on my shelf. (they made 6 seasons of the show).

The rumored extras include more of Bob Crane's home movies taken on the set and a few more ads (Season 2's Carol Channing ad is a jawdropper)."