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Werner Klemperer the United States Army to serve in World War II. While stationed in Hawaii, he joined the Army's Special Services unit, spending the next years touring the Pacific entertaining the troops. At the end of the war,

Werner Klemperer the United States Army to serve in World War II. While stationed in Hawaii, he joined the Army's Special Services unit, spending the next years touring the Pacific entertaining the troops. At the end of the war,

Kim Hamilton (Sept. 12, 1932 – Sept. 16, 2013) was an African American actress who appeared onstage, in films and on television and was the wife of the late actor Werner Klemperer — Col. Klink on “Hogan’s Heroes” — at a time when mixed marriages were uncommon even in Hollywood. Hamilton portrayed Helen Robinson in 1962's To Kill a Mockingbird. Her long career on TV began as Andy's girlfriend on Amos 'n' Andy. She had roles on The Twilight Zone, Days of Our Lives, All in the Family & many…

Kim Hamilton (Sept. 12, 1932 – Sept. 16, 2013) was an African American actress who appeared onstage, in films and on television and was the wife of the late actor Werner Klemperer — Col. Klink on “Hogan’s Heroes” — at a time when mixed marriages were uncommon even in Hollywood. Hamilton portrayed Helen Robinson in 1962's To Kill a Mockingbird. Her long career on TV began as Andy's girlfriend on Amos 'n' Andy. She had roles on The Twilight Zone, Days of Our Lives, All in the Family & many…

http://ift.tt/2rxXEep that Werner Klemperer who played the bumbling Col. Klink on Hogan's Heroes had a clause in his contract stipulating that Klink would always be portrayed as a fool and never be victorious over Hogan or he would quit the show.

http://ift.tt/2rxXEep that Werner Klemperer who played the bumbling Col. Klink on Hogan's Heroes had a clause in his contract stipulating that Klink would always be portrayed as a fool and never be victorious over Hogan or he would quit the show.

During World War II, Bernard Fox served in the British Royal Navy, while Werner Klemperer served in the U.S. Army.

During World War II, Bernard Fox served in the British Royal Navy, while Werner Klemperer served in the U.S. Army.

Werner Klemperer, everyone's favorite TV German Air Force colonel, was best known for his role as the bumbling Col. Wilhelm Klink on the comedy series Hogan's Heroes (1965).  Klemperer was in real life the son of a Jew who fled with his family from Nazi Germany in the 1930s. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. When he was offered the Col. Klink role, Klemperer only agreed to do it if the show's producers promised that Klink would never succeed in any of his schemes.

Werner Klemperer, everyone's favorite TV German Air Force colonel, was best known for his role as the bumbling Col. Wilhelm Klink on the comedy series Hogan's Heroes (1965). Klemperer was in real life the son of a Jew who fled with his family from Nazi Germany in the 1930s. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. When he was offered the Col. Klink role, Klemperer only agreed to do it if the show's producers promised that Klink would never succeed in any of his schemes.

Bob Crane, Werner Klemperer, John Banner, Richard Dawson, Robert Clary, Larry Hovis, Ivan Dixon

Hogan's Heroes 11x17 TV Poster (1965)

Bob Crane, Werner Klemperer, John Banner, Richard Dawson, Robert Clary, Larry Hovis, Ivan Dixon

"Hogan's Heroes" Bob Crane, Sigrid Valdis, Werner Klemperer, John Banner, Robert Clary, Ivan Dixon, Richard Dawson circa 1966

"Hogan's Heroes" Bob Crane, Sigrid Valdis, Werner Klemperer, John Banner, Robert Clary, Ivan Dixon, Richard Dawson circa 1966

The actors who played the four major German roles—Werner Klemperer (Klink), John Banner (Schultz), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), and Howard Caine (Hochstetter)—were Jewish. Furthermore, Klemperer, Banner, Askin, and Robert Clary (LeBeau) were Jews who had fled the Nazis during World War II. John Banner had been held in a (pre-war) concentration camp and his family was killed during the war. Banner served in the US Armed Forces during World War II in the US Army Air Corps.

The actors who played the four major German roles—Werner Klemperer (Klink), John Banner (Schultz), Leon Askin (Burkhalter), and Howard Caine (Hochstetter)—were Jewish. Furthermore, Klemperer, Banner, Askin, and Robert Clary (LeBeau) were Jews who had fled the Nazis during World War II. John Banner had been held in a (pre-war) concentration camp and his family was killed during the war. Banner served in the US Armed Forces during World War II in the US Army Air Corps.

photo Werner Klemperer John Banner TV show Hogan's Heroes 1407-03

photo Werner Klemperer John Banner TV show Hogan's Heroes 1407-03

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Watch Schultz, Colonel Klink, Hogan, and more on Hogan's Heroes weeknights at 6:30/5:30c on TV Land!

Watch Schultz, Colonel Klink, Hogan, and more on Hogan's Heroes weeknights at 6:30/5:30c on TV Land!

Born in Cologne, Klemperer and his family fled Germany in 1935. After serving in the United States Army during World War II, he began his professional acting career on the Broadway stage in 1947.  He is most remembered for his role as Colonel Klink of Stalag 13 in the TV series, "Hogan's Heroes"

Born in Cologne, Klemperer and his family fled Germany in 1935. After serving in the United States Army during World War II, he began his professional acting career on the Broadway stage in 1947. He is most remembered for his role as Colonel Klink of Stalag 13 in the TV series, "Hogan's Heroes"

werner klemperer

werner klemperer

Actor, T/5 Werner Klemperer US Army (Served 1942-1945) Short Bio: Best remembered as "Col Klink" in TV's "Hogan's Heroes", German born Klemperer served during WWII in the US Army's Special Services Unit which was led by Maurice Evans. He was stationed in Hawaii spending two years touring the Pacific entertaining the troops.

Actor, T/5 Werner Klemperer US Army (Served 1942-1945) Short Bio: Best remembered as "Col Klink" in TV's "Hogan's Heroes", German born Klemperer served during WWII in the US Army's Special Services Unit which was led by Maurice Evans. He was stationed in Hawaii spending two years touring the Pacific entertaining the troops.

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