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View Poll Results: Whatis your favorite thing about Vogel?
"Vhis is how vhe say goodbye in German, Dr Jones... *PUNCH*" 16 66.67%
The way he's so good at fighting. 2 8.33%
His death, as he plummets to the bottom of the cliff. 6 25.00%
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Old 02-04-2013, 10:52 AM   #26
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Let's push this fan club over the edge...





...and stretch the Vogel connection some more.



Vogel was a fan of the old Luger P08:



A gun which was being superceded by the Walther P38:






Under the alias of Lt. Colonel Mike Barnsby, Indy never lost his wonder for the P38:






During this adventure he encountered Dietrich's twin brother,



Hitler's double,



The man who had been his 'post-regeneration' father's nemesis,



And, of course, Vogel himself (or his twin brother),

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Old 02-05-2013, 05:25 PM   #27
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Especially in black...



The way it's shiny like that makes it seem as if his entire uniform were made of leather.
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Maybe that's what made Vogel so irritable.





We're back to Freud again, but I think Vogel might actually be anally retentive.
He definitely is.
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He acted out very memorable characters in a lot of movies. After watching LC, I quickly recognized him in A Bridge Too Far and The Sum of All Fears. It's amazing how he was quite unforgettable whether he played as the bad guys or the good guys.
He plays a leather gloved SS officer of the same unit as in LC in the film Rogue Male.
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And i wish Indy had managed to shoot Vogel - Nazi Schwein.
I wish it had been the other way around.

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Old 02-05-2013, 05:55 PM   #28
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Great stuff Monty but where does this fit in...

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Old 02-05-2013, 09:16 PM   #29
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Great stuff Monty but where does this fit in...


General der Infanterie Friedrich Olbricht looking so much like pro-Hitler Vogel must have caused some consternation for the latter.
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Old 02-06-2013, 01:34 PM   #30
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General der Infanterie Friedrich Olbricht looking so much like pro-Hitler Vogel must have caused some consternation for the latter.
Or perhaps they're one and the same. Falling off the cliff may have made him see things in a different light.

For those of you who don't know General Olbricht participated in the failed July 20 1944 plot to blow up Hitler, arrest political leaders and install a transitional unNazi government, which endeavored to end the war, at least on the western front. He was executed for this daring effort on the very next day.
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:32 AM   #31
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Or perhaps they're one and the same. Falling off the cliff may have made him see things in a different light.

It would explain why he renounced the SS and joined the Army, even at the expense of being demoted to the rank of Major.

Taking the alias 'Schroeder', he was sent to Yugoslavia to once more tackle the menace that was Indiana Jones. Yet again he feigned his own death.

Wow! Why didn't George think of this before he set upon the plot of KOTCS?
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:45 PM   #32
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It would explain why he renounced the SS and joined the Army, even at the expense of being demoted to the rank of Major.

Taking the alias 'Schroeder', he was sent to Yugoslavia to once more tackle the menace that was Indiana Jones. Yet again he feigned his own death.
Before that he underwent the same rejuvenation therapy of his nemesis, probably at the same clinic and right next to each other, sharing the waiting lounge for a few minutes. Also, he only left the SS for the Army after their holiday in the Balkans.

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Wow! Why didn't George think of this before he set upon the plot of KOTCS?
Because his idea supply dried up long ago, while we're an everchanig collective.
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Old 02-12-2013, 02:46 PM   #33
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Indiana Jones and the Curse of Odessa?

Actually, that could work. 1947, Indiana learns of secret caches of treasure smuggled from Europe and hidden in Argentina. He heads to the jungles to deal with former Nazis (some repetant, some worse than ever) to try to 'liberate' the treasures before they can be used to fund... something...

Granted, I may be channeling a little bit of White Collar here...
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Old 08-05-2013, 09:46 PM   #34
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I'm quite happy this thread turned out to be bigger than I thought it would.


But I have a question. Who is better? Vogel, Dietrich, or Dovchenko?
Hmm, I think Vogel and Dovchenko are almost a tie. They would be invincible if they we're working together!
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Old 08-23-2013, 04:16 PM   #35
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Exclamation Colonel Vogel is so FREAKING AWESOME!!!

All of us know Vogel is awesome. I even set my username to Colonel Vogel because of him He was made from this setting of villains: Champaign Villain (Donovan) Evil Nazi (Vogel) And/or evil woman(Elsa)
This combinations, according to Steven Spielberg, "Works wonderfully". And boy did it! I give it a !HE IS FREAKING AWESOME

"...And zis is how vee say goodbye in Germany Dr.Jones....*PUNCH*"
"Vhat are you hiding? Vhat does zee diary tell you zat it doesn't tell us?"
"Let me kill zem now!"
"Bing Ding Schatz"

But Henry Jones would think... "THIS IS INTOLERABLE!!!!!!!"
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Old 08-27-2013, 11:17 PM   #36
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I will try to get a photo if I can next week of this guy doing constuction at my work. He looks a lot like Vogel. Enough to where I am going to find a photo of him and my boss and I are going to convince the gullible girl in the office it is him and send her out for an autograph. I'll let you know how it goes. My set is packed up. Was there a heritage card with him on it that wasn't a autograph card?
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Old 11-17-2013, 02:49 PM   #37
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Loving all these little gags and fan theories about good old Vogel. I still prefer Dietrich because he was a bit more refined whereas Vogel was more of a thug.

Anyone notice how, Indy-like, his hat is never knocked off until the climax of the tank scene? Both he and Indy lose their hats there.
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Old 11-17-2013, 05:34 PM   #38
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Loving all these little gags and fan theories about good old Vogel. I still prefer Dietrich because he was a bit more refined whereas Vogel was more of a thug.

Anyone notice how, Indy-like, his hat is never knocked off until the climax of the tank scene? Both he and Indy lose their hats there.

Lol. I didn't notice! But that's true.
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Old 02-01-2014, 07:46 AM   #39
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All of us know Vogel is awesome. I even set my username to Colonel Vogel because of him He was made from this setting of villains: Champaign Villain (Donovan) Evil Nazi (Vogel) And/or evil woman(Elsa)
This combinations, according to Steven Spielberg, "Works wonderfully". And boy did it! I give it a !HE IS FREAKING AWESOME

"...And zis is how vee say goodbye in Germany Dr.Jones....*PUNCH*"
"Vhat are you hiding? Vhat does zee diary tell you zat it doesn't tell us?"
"Let me kill zem now!"
"Bing Ding Schatz"
The last one was actually "Bringt den Schatz!".
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Anyone notice how, Indy-like, his hat is never knocked off until the climax of the tank scene? Both he and Indy lose their hats there.
Indeed. And has anyone ever noticed that "Vogel" is an anagram of "glove"? He indeed wear his leather gloves at all times and only ever briefly removes one when he wants to slap a prisoner with it.
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Old 01-06-2017, 07:33 PM   #40
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Loving all these little gags and fan theories about good old Vogel. I still prefer Dietrich because he was a bit more refined whereas Vogel was more of a thug.
Was the Standartenführer not refined when he sultrily snarled at Jones Sr. as he was repeatedly slapping his prisoner with his leather glove?
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