More small-screen big-screen shenanigans

by Willow Green |
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As if we haven't seen enough sixties TV series adapted for the big screen already in this decade of originality, it's now been announced that Mel Gibson is in talks to make a movie based on the "classic" American prisoner of war camp comedy, Hogan's Heroes. The original series ran for six years in the US, and was based on a band of lovable prisoners of war and their zany scrapes with the camp guards - including Colonel Klink, the commander of Stalag 13. Gibson's already been responsible for the Maverick re-make. Now he intends to star as Hogan.

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