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Blue Light

Blue Light


Set during World War II and filmed in Germany, Blue Light told the story of David March (Robert Goulet) who was an American espionage agent. Although he told everyone he was a foreign correspondent who had renounced his American citizenship, he actually he worked for a secret organization called "Code: Blue Light" which wanted him to infiltrate German command and give information to the Allies. Christina Carere played Suzanne Duchard, March's contact with Allied intelligence.
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Episode Info

Final: 1x17 -- The Friendly Enemy (May/18/1966)


March is assigned to liquidate a German scientist who's on the verge of developing an atomic bomb.
Cast
Robert Goulet
As David March
Christine Carere
As Suzanne Duchard
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Crew

Creator: Walter Grauman, Larry Cohen
Executive Producer: Walter Grauman
Producer: Buck Houghton
Unit Production Manager: Ralph W. Nelson, Stanley Goldsmith
Music: Pete Rugolo, Joseph Mullendore
Music Editor: Sam E. Levin
Music Supervisor: Lionel Newman
Set Decorator: Walter M. Scott

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Recurring Guests

Werner Peters as Elm (2 eps)
Eva Pflug as Gretchen Hoffman (2 eps)
Osman Ragheb as Brunner (2 eps)
Manfred Andrea as Dr. Zimmer (2 eps)
Alexander Allerson as Kraus (2 eps)
Dieter Kirchlechner as Becker (2 eps)

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Warning: Blue Light guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 12, 1966
Ended: August 31, 1966
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