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Episode 17 : Happy Birthday, Adolf

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Season 1

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The British plan to bomb a strategic German beach on Hitler's birthday, unaware that a major gun emplacement is at the site and the Allied planes will be sitting ducks. Hogan and his crew must figure out how to silence the guns in order for the air raid to be a success.


Episodes
Episode 1 : The Informer
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Episode 2 : Hold the Tiger
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Episode 3 : Kommandant of the Year
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Episode 4 : The Late Inspector General
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Episode 5 : The Flight of the Valkyrie
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Episode 6 : The Prisoner's Prisoner
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Episode 7 : German Bridge is Falling Down
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Episode 8 : Movies Are Your Best Escape
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Episode 9 : Go Light on the Heavy Water
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Episode 10 : Top Hat, White Tie and Bomb Sight
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Episode 11 : Happiness is a Warm Sergeant
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Episode 12 : The Scientist
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Episode 13 : Hogan's Hofbrau
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Episode 14 : Oil for the Lamps of Hogan
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Episode 15 : Reservations are Required
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Episode 16 : Anchors Aweigh, Men of Stalag 13
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Episode 18 : The Gold Rush
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Episode 19 : Hello, Zolle
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Episode 20 : It Takes a Thief... Sometimes
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Episode 21 : The Great Impersonation
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Episode 22 : The Pizza Parlor
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Episode 23 : The 43rd, a Moving Story
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Episode 24 : How to Cook a German Goose by Radar
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Episode 25 : Psychic Kommandant
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Episode 26 : The Prince from the Phone Company
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Episode 27 : The Safecracker Suite
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Episode 28 : I Look Better in Basic Black
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Episode 29 : The Assassin
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Episode 30 : Cupid Comes to Stalag 13
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Episode 31 : The Flame Grows Higher
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Episode 32 : Request Permission to Escape
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