Hogan's Heroes

Hogan's Heroes (1965)

3 continuity mistakes in One Army at a Time

One Army at a Time - S5-E20

Continuity mistake: As in S5: Ep1 "Hogan Goes Hollywood", the bridge Hogan looks at through binoculars is vastly different than the one wired with explosives. When the bridge blows up, it is a re-use of the footage from earlier episodes.

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One Army at a Time - S5-E20

Continuity mistake: Even though Carter pops his head out of the hatch to talk to Hogan, it isn't Carter that's seen in the window as the tank approaches Hogan's position.

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One Army at a Time - S5-E20

Continuity mistake: Col. Klink is eating lunch. The meat on his plate moves from the left side to the right.

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