Hogan's Heroes/Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hari

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Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hari
Season 3, Episode 4
Airdate September 30, 1967
Production Number 5784-70
Written by Laurence Marks
Directed by Gene Reynolds
Produced by Edward H. Feldman
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Sergeant Schultz Meets Mata Hari is the fourth episode of the third season of Hogan's Heroes, and the sixty-sixth episode overall.

Starring: Bob Crane (Col. Hogan)

Co-Starring: Werner Klemperer (Col. Klink)

and John Banner (Sgt. Schultz)

with Robert Clary (LeBeau), Richard Dawson (Newkirk), Ivan Dixon (Kinchloe), Larry Hovis (Carter)

Additional Cast: Howard Caine (Major Hochstetter), Joyce Jameson (Eva Mueller), Sidney Clute (Kurt)

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Plot Overview

Suspicious that there is information leaking from Stalog 13, Major Hochstetter assigns one of his female agents to seduce Schultz into revealing secrets about suspicious activities going on in and around Stalog 13. The woman partly succeeds in seducing Schultz into falling in love with her, but not in revealing secrets; especially since Schultz doesn't know any secrets. The woman reports this to Hochstetter, but Hochstetter is certain that Schultz knows more than he is letting on. Hogan becomes aware of the female agent, after Schultz informs him of the woman who is asking a lot of questions about Stalog 13. Hogan has Carter follow the woman and Schultz on their date, and discovers that the woman went right into Gestapo headquarters after the date ended. Convinced that Hochstetter sent the woman to gather information, Hogan decides to use the woman to draw attention away from the camp, to pin the blame on the woman, and to get Hochstetter off Klink's back.

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