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He was played by John Banner. He apparently had a troubled relationship with his mother. She hit him as a child, "just because he was there. After leaving the army, he finds employment as a toy maker. At a New Year's party on December 31 , , he met, and later married, his wife, Gretchen.
The show was set almost solely in the fictional Luft Stalag 13, a German camp set aside for United States resistance fighters and overseen by the strict but bumbling Colonel Klink. The prisoners at the camp received an unusually high amount of benefits, and they were constantly messing with their German captors as they attempted to help win the war effort for the Allied forces. John Banner played the role of Sergeant Hans Schultz, a good-hearted man, husband, and father of five. I hear nothing! I know nothing! Sadly, Banner died on January 28, Werner Klemperer played the role of the dim-witted and inept colonel Wilhelm Klink.
Robert Hogan and members of the American military who are prisoners of war. Hogan is involved in special operations from within the prison. Klink and Hans Shultz are two members of the German army who are bumbling dolts more or less who are guarding Hogan and their allies. This sitcom began in , twenty years after WWII, and ended in There are also some little-known facts and behind-the-scenes stories you may not know about. Bob Crane July 13, — June 29, was a multitalented actor, disc jockey, and drummer.
Bob Crane as Col. Robert E. Hogan
Where you have nothing, there you should want nothing. Samuel Beckett. Nada… Nilch…. A society where the old axiom rings true…that the prisoners are running the jail, or the inmates are running the asylum— whichever non politically correct version you prefer. And maybe, just maybe, we now have life imitating art…or rather, life imitating a sitcom— which may be most apropos given our current mental state over the troubling times of today….
He is best known for his role as Master Sergeant Schultz in the situation comedy Hogan's Heroes — Schultz, constantly encountering evidence that the inmates of his stalag were planning mayhem, frequently feigned ignorance with the catchphrase , "I see nothing! I hear nothing! I know nothing! He studied for a law degree at the University of Vienna , but decided instead to become an actor.