Hogan and his men must destroy a German artillery unit so that the Allies can send in a bombing raid on Hitler's birthday.
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Hogan tells/asks Klink "Does Macy's tell Gimbels?" when asked how a POW gets a bottle of wine. The rhetorical question "Does Macy's tell Gimbels?" was a popular phrase used throughout the 1930s-1960s which meant that business competitors are not supposed to share trade secrets with one another. It comes from the rivalry between the large upscale New York department stores Macy's and Gimbels. The rivalry between the two stores as depicted in the film 'Miracle on 34th Street' was very real. The two stores were just blocks from each other and were major competitors for the same customers. See more
At the very beginning, Schultz lights a cigarette for Carter. Schultz is standing right in front of the barracks door. When the camera changes to show people running out door, Schultz is standing a few feet to the right of the door. See more