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Saddest moments in TV History - Hawkeye Pierce "I Wanted It To Be Quiet" (Original Post) Feeling the Bern Apr 2016 OP
Oh man...I had forgotten that bit... dixiegrrrrl Apr 2016 #1
That show deserved every award and then some. So did those actors. riderinthestorm Apr 2016 #2
Another powerful & sad moment............ mrmpa Apr 2016 #3
Sad but pressbox69 Apr 2016 #4
That episode was an emotional meatgrinder sarge43 Apr 2016 #5
That was horrifying. (n/t) Iggo Apr 2016 #6
Nope, never saw anything like that on Hogan's Heroes.... hunter Apr 2016 #7
I Remember Hearing John Banner talking about his Role as Sgt. Schulz Wolf Frankula May 2016 #8

hunter

(38,217 posts)
7. Nope, never saw anything like that on Hogan's Heroes....
Sat Apr 30, 2016, 05:20 PM
Apr 2016

I never did get Hogan's Heroes but I had a friend whose dad had fled Nazi Germany in the nick of time, and he loved it. Many of the shows actors were Jewish.

Wolf Frankula

(3,592 posts)
8. I Remember Hearing John Banner talking about his Role as Sgt. Schulz
Sun May 1, 2016, 02:00 AM
May 2016

Schulz was just an ordinary German businessman drafted into the army. He disliked war, he hated the discipline, he liked a beer after work. He wanted the war to end so he could go back to his toy factory. I remember him telling IIRC General Burkhalter, "If you talk like that to me again, I won't let you have your job back after the war."

Wolf

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