Hogan's Heroes

Hogan's Heroes (1965)

4 continuity mistakes in An Evening of Generals

An Evening of Generals - S3-E13

Continuity mistake: In Klink's office, the lower corner of the poster Hogan holds up alternates between being over the right side of his chest, to being tucked under, and back.

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An Evening of Generals - S3-E13

Continuity mistake: In the barracks, after Hogan asks Newkirk about volunteering, the coffee cup Newkirk has is held with his left hand fingers in the handle. After the angle cut, the cup is in his hand with the handle toward the camera.

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An Evening of Generals - S3-E13

Continuity mistake: As Klink is listening to Burkhalter, he is gesturing with a blue pencil. A second later, it's yellow.

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An Evening of Generals - S3-E13

Continuity mistake: As Klink is listening to Burkhalter, his right hand is on the desk. A second later, it's at the top of his chest with his left, holding a pencil.

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Captain: Auf Wiedersehen, Colonel. Heil Hitler!
Klink: Heil Hitler, and get out.

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Mistakes

When the "Boat" is loaded on a "trailer", you can see that it has very little ground clearance. The wheels of the "trailer" actually are hidden behind the boards like on a parade wagon. The boat has no keel and no hull below its freeboard. Besides the question of how the boat got onto the trailer if it is practically built around it, there remains the question of how it is supposed to stay afloat without a keel or a bottom.

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Trivia

During WW2 Robert Clary, who played Louis LeBeau, had been imprisoned at Drancy internment camp in France, and at Buchenwald Nazi concentration camp where he was tattooed with the number "A5714." He was the youngest of 16 children. Twelve members of his immediate family were sent to Auschwitz, and perished.

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