Under the direction of Col. Robert Hogan (Bob Crane), the prisoners of Stalag 13 are actually in complete control of the POW camp, living in style and doing everything imaginable to confound the Germans, including espionage and sabotage of Nazi combat plans. Their schemes are made possible by the hapless leadership of Col. Klink (Werner Klemperer) and Sergeant Schultz (John Banner), who are both afraid of being sent to the Russian Front, making it easy for Hogan to manipulate them while he and his men fight for the Allied forces.
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