Hogan's men, with help from the underground, destroy a Nazi missile battery.
Hogan and his men trigger an avalanche to halt a German panzer division.
Hogan poses as a Nazi officer to discredit a witness's identification of him as a spy.
Burkhalter's sister, Gertrude, becomes the de facto commander of Stalag 13.
The POWs capture a new German rocket and fire it toward England for recovery.
Klink is assigned as defense counsel for a German officer on trial for treason.
Col. Klink, vamped by a beautiful spy, decides he might like the Russian front.
Newkirk must escape from camp to aid a wounded underground leader.
Hogan's men discredit a Nazi master spy who is posing as an American officer.
Hogan goes to England with Klink to steal an American fighter plane.
Hogan's men dupe the Gestapo and help three atomic scientists escape to England.
In an effort to transport a German anti-radar unit to London, Hogan passes LeBeau off as a fortune teller after convincing Klink he was struck by lightning.
Hogan uses Klink's car radio to sneak a message to London when a pair of radio detection trucks enters the area.
Hogan and his men plan to free an underground leader held by the Nazis.
Expecting an Allied invasion, the Nazis start mining bridges.
Klink presents the prisoners with a recorder for propaganda purposes.
Hogan's men discover that a new prisoner is actually a Nazi spy.
Sgt. Schultz is temporarily promoted to commanding officer of Stalag 13.
The Gestapo takes control of Stalag 13 and assigns Klink and Schultz to the Russian front.
Lady Chitterly arrives at Stalag 13 to tell everyone her husband is a traitor.
An English traitor parachutes into Stalag 13 with some secret information.
Hogan must smuggle maps to the underground, and he needs Klink's help.
Hogan tries to save a German officer marked for death by the Nazis.
Prisoner LeBeau decides to escape, leaving the POWs and Klink without a chef.
Hogan leads Klink to believe that he is about to crack a massive POW escape ring.
Crittendon parachutes into Stalag 13 with plans to capture a German officer.
Hogan uses Klink to get information on a new German land mine.
Burkhalter wants to send Schultz to the front after finding him sleeping on the job.
Hogan teams with a singer to foil Gestapo plans to arrest all the Allied agents.
The Heroes attempt to save Klink from an officer who caught him borrowing money.
Carter convinces the German he is one of them when he is captured in German uniform.
The Heroes use the wedding of Gen. Burkhalter's niece as a cover for contacting an agent.
Kinchloe squares off against "Battling Bruno," the Nazis' would-be boxing champ.
A Russian spy helps Hogan keep French art out of Goering's hands.
Col. Klink is ordered to shape up physically or ship out to the Russian front.
The POWs stage a party for Klink as a diversion so they can make a weather forecast using party balloons.
Schultz unwittingly helps the Heroes destroy an enemy atomic installation.
Hogan's radio transmitter is damaged, and he must get vital information to London.
Hogan sets up Klink in the antique business as a means of transferring information to Allied agents.
The men attempt to foil an enemy plot to distribute counterfeit U.S. money.
Hogan must get a defecting field marshal, whom Hochstetter has followed to Stalag 13, to England.
Hogan must prevent the Nazis from finding a secret device in a downed plane.
Hogan tries to steal a picture being used to blackmail Klink from the Gestapo.
The POWs must foil a test of a new, secret weapon; Hogan must get the blueprints.
Klink is condemned to die by firing squad because of information Hogan planted on him.
Hogan wants to swap Gen. Burkhalter's sister for an Allied agent.
Hogan and his men are determined to destroy a Nazi gasoline station at Stalag 13.
Hogan aids a Russian spy to keep the Nazis from finding a radio station.
The men steal a Luftwaffe code book but cannot get the information to London.
Hogan plans to use an american actor in a German propaganda film.
The POWs plan to blow up a munitions dump but find they have fallen into a trap.
An Italian agent goes along with a daring plan to photograph a Nazi installation.
An Englishwoman defects and designs a supereffective aircraft defense system.
The Germans employ a super weapon to scare Hogan supposedly from the Russians.
Hogan must collect ammunition and distribute it to the underground.
Hogan must contact a wounded British agent posing as a Nazi officer.
Hogan uses Klink's old flame to ensure that the underground gets some radios.
Hogan hopes to be able to use Gen. Burkhalter's sister in his plan to blow up a train.
Klink persuades a baroness to romance Hogan; Klink wants secrets.
Hogan works with the daughter of a German general to learn enemy plans.
A beautiful woman defector is marked for elimination by Hogan.
Hogan plans to trade a captured general for an underground agent.
Hogan volunteers to capture the "escaped" prisoner, LeBeau.
Hogan's sabotage plans may be fatal to Klink in an attempt to smuggle film out of camp.
Klink throws a party for the Blue Baron; Hogan must find the secret base of a German ace.
Hogan must travel to Berlin to capture a defector who knows of his operation.
The Germans read in an American paper about Hogan's sabotage work.
Hogan is worried that an underground contact is a double agent.
Hogan and his men get a contract to paint the Luftwaffe's headquarters.
After one bizarre scheme to blow up a rocket-fuel plant fails, Hogan tries again.
A dog buries a bone containing valuable photos of the new German tank.
Three female Gestapo agents are assigned to trap Hogan and his men.
Col. Crittendon's arrival disrupts Hogan's plans to destroy a ball bearing plant.
Hogan sends Newkirk out to rendezvous with an ally, but it's a trap.
Carter builds a rabbit trap that Klink mistakes for a secret device.
Sgt. Schultz, Hogan's unwitting courier, is ordered to be transferred.
After Hogan and his men mine a bridge, they must undo their work.
Hogan must deliver an important radio part to the underground.
Hogan plans to divert German protection from an important target.
Hogan tries to prevent a German general from stealing French art.
Hogan hides 30 prisoners to tie up the German reserves out hunting for them.
LeBeau hides information about the agent whom he uses as a contact.
The POWs plan to smuggle out an agent in a balloon; Basket weaving and kite flying.
Hogan uses propaganda broadcaster Axis Annie to get information to an underground agent.
Col. Klink prepares for a secret flight to Argentina to avoid the wrath of a German general.
Hogan makes Klink and Maj. Hochstetter believe the war is over.
Newkirk sneaks a girl into Stalag 13, not knowing she is a Gestapo agent.
Hogan is ordered to London, and Col. Crittendon is his replacement.
Klink's ill health disrupts Hogan's need to complete one of his missions.
Hogan finds out that the Gestapo knows about the Manhattan Project in the United States.
Carter masquerades as a defector to learn the location of a chemical factory.
A Russian virtually assures Hogan's death by one of his own sabotage bombs.
Hogan and his men must smuggle the crew of an American bomber out of camp.
Hogan and his men arrange to blow up a room full of Nazi brass.
Hogan hides a downed Soviet pilot and tries to smuggle him to England.
A Parisian cabaret entertainer becomes involved in Hogan's espionage capers.
A renegade American POW causes problems for Hogan when he offers the Nazi's info for his freedom.
The Nazis plan to flood the world market with counterfeit Allied money.
Hogan must get a load of bulletproof vests and a French courier out of the camp.
Hogan tries to enlist the aid of a Swedish scientist for the Allies.
Burkhalter attempts to pair his sister and Klink; Gestapo plant has infiltrated the Underground.
Hogan uncovers a Gestapo plot to kill Churchill using a German double of a missing RAF pilot.
A Gestapo agent is assigned to gather information about Stalag 13.
The POWs do their part for D-Day; Hogan hoax's the general to think Klink is replacing him.
Hogan must squash the latest German plan to destroy the British air force.
Hogan is frustrated by both friend and foe as he attempts to destroy a Nazi convoy.
Hogan cons Klink into letting him pose as the prison commander.
The POWs steal a paper from Klink's coat to prevent Klink's arrest.
Klink becomes the victim of his own tough sergeant ordered to punish prisoners.
Hogan blackmails a general to keep him from transferring Klink from Stalag 13.
A British POW and escape artist ignores Hogan and plans to escape.
Hogan arranges a wedding for a French pilot and gets Klink to marry them.
Hogan gets Klink to believe that Schultz hasn't long to live.
A tough new officer assigned to Stalag 13 upsets Hogan's plan.
Hogan hides a German defector in the camp; Klink is convinced the defector is Hitler in disguise.
Hogan plots to sabotage a German gun factory near Stalag 13; Newkirk poses as a German inductee.
A scientist and woman commander leads a plot to sabotage a research lab.
Hogan mixes real ammo with blanks for upcoming German war games.
Hogan schemes to rob a bank to get the cash he needs to buy secret information.
Hogan and his men kidnap a German general to trade him for an American general.
Hogan schemes to keep a valuable painting out of Goering's hands.
The German High Command attempts to upgrade security at Stalag 13 by replacing Klink.
Carter's memory failure endangers a decoy mission to divert german bombers from London.
The Luftwaffe high command notifies Klink that he has volunteered for combat.
Camp security is raised; Hogan devises a hoax that includes Hitler.
Hogan befuddles the Gestapo as he continues his efforts to liberate an Allied agent.
Klink and Hogan wind up in Paris -- Klink for fun, Hogan for business.
Hogan must photograph and then destroy a German radio-controlled tank.
Hogan must disarm a delayed-action bomb in the center of Stalag 13.
A ruptured water main beneath Stalag 13 helps Hogan free Resistance fighters.
With Hogan's help, Sgt. Schultz becomes a hero and wins the Iron Cross.
Hogan's future as a saboteur is threatened by the rival plans of two German officers.
The POWs become involved in an assassination plot to kill Hitler.
A German officer threatens to expose POW missions unless he is paid one million in diamonds.
Col. Klink is arrested for conspiring against his commanding general.
Hogan plans to hijack a German bomber and use it to destroy an oil refinery.
A prisoner pleads with Hogan to let him escape from Stalag 13 and return to the States.
Hogan hunts a stool pigeon along the underground escape route.
Hogan helps Klink fall in love with the General's sister when he misses out on a promotion.
Hogan plans to smuggle a nuclear physicist out of Stalag 13; Crittendon interferes.
Three American girls are interned at Stalag 13, and Hogan wants to find out why.
An assassination plot against Hitler forces Klink to help Hogan hide the evidence.
Kinchloe masquerades as an African prince, whom Hogan has kidnapped, in order to ask the Germans for money to open a submarine base.
Hogan wants to learn the secret of a new German noiseless airplane.
A new prisoner claims he is really an American general in disguise.
Hogan schemes to disable a crack German anti-aircraft battery.
Hogan uses a prison-baked pizza to bribe an Italian officer to become a spy.
Hogan has to free three prisoners from the German secret police.
Hogan starts to work with members of the Underground but runs into trouble.
Hogan gets help from the Gestapo when he tries to detain a German general at Stalag 13.
Hogan concocts a scheme to keep French gold from the German government.
The POW's plan to destroy a gun emplacement so the allies can attack on Hitler's birthday.
Hogan designs an officer's club; getting a British POW to England.
An eager sergeant complicates Hogan's plan to help 20 men escape.
Hogan convinces two German officers that Stalag 13 sits over a vast pool of oil.
An elite German division camps near Stalag 13 and creates problems for Klink and Hogan.
LeBeau masquerades as a French chemist while Hogan smuggles the real chemist to England.
Col. Klink replaces Sgt. Schultz with a tough, no-nonsense guard.
Hogan uses Klink to contact an Allied spy; Klink bugs the prisoner's quarters.
Hogan has to destroy a secret German shipment of heavy water.
Hogan has to smuggle valuable photographs out of the POW camp.
Hogan and his men formulate a daring plan to destroy a strategic bridge.
Hogan blows up an ammunition dump and captures a German general.
Colonel Crittendon replaces Hogan as officer in charge due to all the "funny business."
Hogan's plan to dynamite a train is interrupted by the inspector general.
Klink learns that Stalag 13 has made the top 10 list of prisoner-of-war camps.
Hogan and his men smuggle a new German tank into their camp to learn its secrets.
Lt. Carter enters the camp; Hogan's men discover an enemy spy in their midst.