[LMB] OT: FW: Story: Final Capture of Stalag 13 by dunuelos
ravenclaweric at gmail.com
Tue Dec 31 06:13:01 GMT 2019
I don't think Klemperer would have objected to Klink being a super-agent
for the Allies. There were exiled Germans, Jews and Gentiles both, who
fought against the Nazis. This version of the show would be more of a
It would have been an interesting technical challenge for both "Klink" and
"Schultz" to be, around other Germans, the loveable losers we
remember...then, when they can take the masks off, suddenly turn into
highly competent, ruthless secret agents. Kind of like Andy Serkis, when
he had to do Gollum and Smeagol both.
On Mon, Dec 30, 2019 at 7:47 PM anmar Caver <anmar.mirza at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday, December 30, 2019, Richard Molpus <rgmolpus at flash.net> wrote:
> > Werner Kemplerer had a condition for accepting the Klink role; Klink
> > _had_ to lose to Hogan every episode. He _had_ to be a buffoon; not a
> > capable officer.
> > Werner's father had escaped in the early 30s; bringing his family with
> > him. Werner was old enough at the time to understand what the NSADP was,
> > and their aims; there was no love lost between the family and the Party.
> And Robert Clary (LeBeau) was a prisoner at Buchenwald. Many of the cast
> members were Jewish.
> Anmar Mirza EMT, N9ISY, NCRC National Coordinator, RBNC President
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