Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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That's No Lady, That's My Spy 

Disguised as a German officer's wife, Newkirk collects penicillin for the underground.


Jerry London


Arthur Julian, Bernard Fein (creator) | 1 more credit »




Episode complete credited cast:
Bob Crane ... Col. Hogan
Werner Klemperer ... Col. Klink
John Banner ... Sgt. Schultz
Robert Clary ... LeBeau
Richard Dawson ... Newkirk
Larry Hovis ... Carter
Kenneth Washington ... Baker
Alice Ghostley ... Mrs. Mannheim
Diana Chesney Diana Chesney ... Berta Burkhalter
Wendy Wilson Wendy Wilson ... Red Riding Hood
Jon Cedar ... Oskar Danzing
Dave Morick Dave Morick ... Patrol Leader
Leon Askin ... General Burkhalter


Hogan and his men pass on valuable information to underground leader Oskar Danzig, who was one of Germany's leading quick change artist prior to the war. Unfortunately, they are all caught in a gestapo ambush and LeBeau is shot. However, while LeBeau's injuries aren't life threatening, Danzig is seriously wounded and needs penicillin so he can complete the mission and pass the info to the allies. Hogan finds the perfect opportunity when Klink throws a tea party for several the wives of several officers. Newkirk, under Hogan's orders, dons a dress and poses as a woman in hopes of getting a ride into town to deliver the drugs to Danzig. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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Comedy | War







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24 January 1971 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The title comes from the comic gag, "That's no lady, that's my wife." See more »


During the snow scenes when the prisoners are on role call for Colonel Klink, the fans that are blowing the artificial snow in the studio set can be heard in between the sections of dialogue. See more »


Cpl. Peter Newkirk: I'm going to need a few things, you know.
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: What for?
Cpl. Peter Newkirk: You don't think I'd let a Frenchman make the tea, do you? He doesn't have a clue.
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: Don't they drink tea in France?
Cpl. Louis LeBeau: We don't drink anything we don't stomp on.
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An entertaining episode.
11 September 2014 | by kfo9494See all my reviews

This episode did not have much of a story but I can say that it was loaded with some funny scenes.

It all begins when an underground agent is wounded by the Gestapo. He is desperately in need of penicillin so Hogan calls London for an air-drop. But with the woods full of Gestapo men, it is going to be difficult to get the medicine out of camp. Hogan has to think of a way to get the underground agent the medicine since he is taking a turn for the worse.

It just so happens that Burkhalter and Klink are having a tea-party for the wives of some of the Generals. The purpose is to raise money for the German army. Hogan believes if Newkirk could pose as one of the wives then he can take the medicine to the underground. But it is going to be touch-and-go when Burkhalter notices that there is one too many women at the party. He wants to call the Gestapo but Klink says he will find the impostor.

Again the story, by itself, would have been a drag. But you add in the comedy factor then this show is entertaining. The conversation at the tea-party is some of the funniest scenes in the series. Good watch.

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