Kinch is ordered to act as a sparring partner for "Battling Bruno", a guard who is preparing for the Luftstalag championship. However, Hogan finds out that a couple of Luftwafe officers are in camp planning for an attack on the English radar. In order to look at the plans Hogan has Kinch knock out Bruno during a training session in full view of Klink and Burkhalter, who have memories of Jesse Owen's performance at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. The plan is to have Kinch carry Bruno for six rounds, however Klink and Burkhalter have Bruno load his gloves with metal weights to ensure Aryan superiority. Now Kinch must do all he can to keep on his feet so that LeBeau can photograph the plans and keep the English radar safe.
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
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All of Chuck Hicks' dialog was dubbed by Ivan Dixon, and quite obviously. See more
When Schultz is running with Bruno, Schultz stops to rest on the patio of the building they are running around while Bruno continues running. When Bruno comes around again Schultz joins him but quickly rests again on a bench that wasn't there before. See more
Col. Robert E. Hogan
I won't order Kinch to fight Bruno. I can't... but, well, if he doesn't accept the challenge, I'd just hate the idea of commanding Hogan's Cowards.