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Big Daddy O'Reilly



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PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2017 7:37 pm    Post subject: Stalag 13 . . . REDUX!  Reply with quote

Hey gang! I know how much you guys love sharing screencaps and other pics around here, so I have a little treat for you guys:

We're all familiar with ol' Stalag 13, aren't we? The Kommandantur? Barracks 2? The Rec Hall/Kantine? We know the camp about as well as our favorite heroes and the nutty Krauts that run the place. But did you know it also saw other use beyond HOGAN'S HEROES? The sets for Stalag 13 were completely recycled twice: once for an episode of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, and again for a movie called ILSA, SHE WOLF OF THE SS. I took a number of shots of the camp reused in both of these to share with you guys - not only did I try to take as many good shots as I could, but I also tried to make some of them panorama, if I could - they're not perfect, but I did the best I could.

In 1968, Stalag 13 was used as a Cuban prison camp in a Season Two episode of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE entitled "Trial By Fury," in which the MI team go under cover at said prison camp, trying to uncover an informer within the camp. Not only was the entire camp recycled, but, the interior sets were reused as well, including Barracks 2 (where Hogan's office appears to be a washroom for the prisoners), Helga/Hilda's office, and Klink's office. This was at the end of MI's second season (1967-6Cool, so I'm guessing they did this inbetween HOGAN's third and fourth seasons when they weren't filming.



























Seems a little strange to see Stalag 13 with palm trees and other tropical plants, doesn't it?

Later in 1974 (or 1975, sources vary), there was a B-grade sexploitation movie made called ILSA, SHE WOLF OF THE SS, in which the titular Ilsa ran a medical camp in Nazi Germany, where she and her staff would perform sadistic, gruesome, and torturous medical experiments on their prisoners - particularly women, because she wanted to prove that women could withstand excruciating pain better than men could, and therefore, should be allowed to fight in the Third Reich. The script called for the camp to be blown up and burned down at the end of the movie, so the HOGAN producers agreed to let them have the camp for filming, as it would save them the cost of having to tear it down when production on HOGAN came to an end. Unlike MI, however, it appears that only the exterior sets were from HOGAN were recycled - not too many interiors bare resemblance to the interior HOGAN sets (which were on a sound stage), and even the interior of the barracks looks like they were filmed inside the actual outdoor barracks.
































If you look closely, you can see where there used to be fake snow on the tops of the barracks and guard towers.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NICE!!!!!!  Thank You!
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:39 pm    Post subject: Cool Reply with quote

Cool Pics
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The camp looks particularly interesting when used for ILSA.

I'm guessing after HOGAN wrapped up production, they didn't need to bother to maintain the sets or anything, as the camp actually looks even more rundown and shabby in ILSA than it ever did on HOGAN. Each of the barracks look as though they're ready to collapse.

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