Bad Day in Berlin
Airdate: Saturday, December 07, 1968 at 9:00:00 PM
Columbia House Tape: 21051 - Spy vs. Spy
Robin Hood, a control agent in Allied headquarters, is really a German agent named Decker and has come back to Germany. Hogan and his men must head to Berlin to kidnap Decker and send him back to London before he tells everything that he knows to the German's. Hogan finds help in a most surprising person - a Major Hans Teppel of the Abwher.
|Harold J. Stone||Major Teppel|
|David Wiley||Agent One|
|Edward Knight||Gestapo Major Metzger|
|John Hoyt||Colonel Braun|
|Crew Member||Crew Function|
|Edward H. Feldman||Producer|
|William A. Calihan||Associate Producer|
- John Stephenson, who plays Decker in this episode, is a perfect choice to play Robin Hood, the control agent from Allied headquarters. If you listen to the voice over the radio from London, there are many episodes where you can recognize the voice as belonging to John Stephenson, though he is not credited.
- This is one of the few episodes where Hogan loses his composure. In fact it happens twice in this episode, when he thinks that he may be caught or killed.
- Col. Robert Hogan impersonates Decker in Person.