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1 :01x01 - Forgotten Front

Oct/02/1962
The squad must decide what to do about a German deserter who could conceivably endanger them.
Guest Stars: Shecky Greene as Braddock | Albert Paulsen as Dorffman | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton |
Uncredited: Tom Skerritt as Private Crenshaw | Jeff Morris as Sgt. McGraw
Director: Robert Altman

2 :01x02 - Rear Echelon Commandos

Oct/09/1962
Saunders must whip three raw replacements into shape for a behind the lines mission.
Guest Stars: Arnold Merritt as Jerome Crown | Stephen Coit as Joe Gainsborough | John Considine as Wayne Temple
Director: Robert Altman
Story: Richard Tregaskis | Teleplay: Gene Levitt

3 :01x03 - Lost Sheep, Lost Shepherd

Oct/16/1962
A tanker saves the squad from an ambush but things soon sour when they enter a French village that's been seemingly abandoned by the Germans.
Special Guest Stars: Jeffrey Hunter as Sgt. Dane |
Guest Stars: Tony Mordente as Morello | Martin Brandt as Priest | Rex Holman as Christy | Hans Difflipp as German Officer | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Joby Baker as Kelly
Director: Burt Kennedy

4 :01x04 - Any Second Now

Oct/23/1962
Lt. Hanley is pinned in the rubble of a church and there's a German bomb that's ticking to go off. Our hero's only hope is a British bomb disposal officer who has lost his nerve.
Special Guest Stars: Donald May as Major Thompson |
Guest Stars: Shecky Greene as Braddock | Alexander Davion as Lt. David Woodman | Elen Willard as Anne Farell | Émile Genest as Emile | Jacques Roux as French Priest | Felix Reinsch as German Briefing Officer | James de Winter as Corporal | Ned Wynn as M.P.
Director: Robert Altman
Writer: Gene Levitt

5 :01x05 - Far from the Brave

Oct/30/1962
After losing a close friend in combat, Saunders must train a green former cook as his replacement.
Guest Stars: Shecky Greene as Braddock | Joe Mantell as Pvt. Delaney | Fletcher Fist as Radio Operator |
Uncredited: Dennis Robertson as Pvt. Albert Baker
Director: Burt Kennedy
Writer: Burt Kennedy

6 :01x06 - Missing in Action

Nov/13/1962
Hanley takes a detail to rescue a downed American flyer who's being sequestered at a French farmhouse.
Special Guest Stars: Howard Duff as Hobey Jabko |
Guest Stars: Barton Heyman as Fergus | Shecky Greene as Braddock | Maria Machado as Denise | Louis Mercier as Gallard | Glenn Cannon as Tafe | Michel Petit as Roger
Director: Byron Paul

7 :01x07 - Escape to Nowhere

Nov/20/1962
Hanley is sent on a mission behind German lines and becomes involved with a German general who's in on a plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler.
Guest Stars: Albert Paulsen as General Von Strelitz | Joyce Vanderveen as Maria | Sasha Harden as Colonel Kleist | Roger Til as French Priest | Lester Fletcher as German Interrogator | William Speckman as Bower | Lou Robb as Mueller | Hans Difflipp as German Major
Director: Robert Altman
Writer: Malvin Wald

8 :01x08 - The Celebrity

Nov/27/1962
A star baseball pitcher is transferred into the unit but he soon proves that he's nowhere near as good on the battlefield as he was on the baseball diamond.
Special Guest Stars: Tab Hunter as Del Packer |
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Tony Mordente as Sgt. Kurawicz | Virginia Stefan as Nurse | Joby Baker as Kelly
Director: Burt Kennedy
Story: Tom Seller, Art Wallace | Teleplay: Art Wallace

9 :01x09 - Cat and Mouse

Dec/04/1962
Saunders and another sergeant are the only survivors of an ill-fated patrol and must continue the mission despite the fact that they have come to despise each other.
Special Guest Stars: Albert Salmi as Sgt. Jenkins |
Guest Stars: Ted Knight as German Captain | Frank Behrens as Captain Reed | Werner Becker as 1st German Soldier | William Harlow as Radioman | Robert Winston as German Lt. | John Alonzo as Bialos | Hans Difflipp as Colonel Burgen | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton
Director: Robert Altman

10 :01x10 - I Swear by Apollo

Dec/11/1962
The squad takes refuge in a convent occupied by nuns who take little notice of them and the war that is going on.
Guest Stars: John Considine as Wayne Temple | Arnold Merritt as Jerome Crown | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Gunner Hellström as Dr. Belzer | Eugene Borden as Bresson | Maya Van Horn as Mother Superior | Betty Tessman as Nun | John Neris as Frenchman | Philip Abbott as Capt. Correm
Director: Robert Altman
Writer: Gene Levitt

11 :01x11 - A Day in June

Dec/18/1962
Flashbacks recall the squad's experiences on D-Day and the events leading up to the Normandy invasion.
Guest Stars: Shecky Greene as Braddock | Harry Dean Stanton as Beecham | Lisa Montell as Marcelle | Pat Dahl as Hazel | Henry Daniell as Minister | Brad Weston as Lt. Crowley | Frankie Ray as Gardello | Max Dommar as Theo | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton |
Uncredited: Tom Skerritt as Soldier
Director: Boris Sagal

12 :01x12 - The Prisoner

Dec/25/1962
Braddock is taken prisoner by the Germans who mistake him for a Colonel.
Special Guest Stars: Keenan Wynn as Colonel Clyde |
Guest Stars: Shecky Greene as Braddock | Richard Bakalyan as Sgt. Wolfson | Adam Williams as Lt. Col. Nash | Sasha Harden as Capt. Gemmerman | Earl Parker as Stunts | John Alonzo as Bialos |
Uncredited: Rick Traeger as Colonel Metz | Walter Koenig as Sentry | Tom Skerritt as Glinski
Director: Robert Altman

13 :01x13 - Reunion

Jan/01/1963
Saunders tries to help a young Frenchman reunite with his father but the old man happens to be a collaborator.
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Émile Genest as Henri Fouquet | Henry Rowland as Colonel Hoffman | Will Kuluva as Emile Villers | Chris Robinson (1) as Paul Villers | Fifi D'Orsay as Madame Fouquet | Angela Clarke (2) as Claire Brouchard
Writer: Art Wallace

14 :01x14 - The Medal

Jan/08/1963
A soldier is put up for a Silver Star for destroying a German tank but the deed was actually the work of his deceased buddy.
Guest Stars: Frank Gorshin as Freddie Wharton | Joseph Campanella as Vincent D'Amato | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Edward Knight as Lt. Kohrs | Tom Troupe as Medic | Clegg Hoyt as Cook | Gordon Bruce as German | Fletcher Fist as Brockmeyer | Dennis Robertson as Pvt. Albert Baker

15 :01x15 - Just for the Record

Jan/15/1963
After escaping from the Germans, Saunders must depend upon the aid of a shady Frenchwoman to make it back to Allied lines.
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Micheline Presle as Annette | James Forrest as Foreman / Wounded Prisoner | Edward Colmans as Andre Mallott | Alf Kjellin as Kurt
Writer: William Bast

16 :01x16 - The Volunteer

Jan/22/1963
A 13 year old French boy tries to join the squad.
Guest Stars: Ed Gilbert as Herman | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Ted Knight as Kurt | Kurt Lewin as Karl | Nadine Arlyn as Ilsa | Veronique as Hilda | Serge Prieur as Gilbert
Director: Robert Altman
Writer: Gene Levitt

17 :01x17 - The Squad

Jan/29/1963
A new recruit from the South doesn't fit in with the rest of the squad but ends up proving his worth on a night patrol.
Guest Stars: Shecky Greene as Braddock | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Alex Denaszody as German Corporal | John Bolt as Moseby Lovelace | James T. Callahan as Reischer | Harold Dyrenforth as 1st German Engineer | John Mayo as Lt. Peterson | Mathias Uitz as 2nd German Engineer
Director: Herman Hoffman

18 :01x18 - Next in Command

Feb/05/1963
Saunders distrusts a new corporal who's been transferred into the unit.
Special Guest Stars: Ben Cooper as Corporal John Cross |
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | William Harlow as Nick Davis | Fletcher Fist as Brockmeyer | Dennis Robertson as Baker
Director: Burt Kennedy
Writer: Burt Kennedy

19 :01x19 - The Chateau

Feb/12/1963
Doc tries to care for three wounded men in a chateau that gets captured by the Germans.
Special Guest Stars: Dan O'Herlihy as Major Richter |
Guest Stars: Shecky Greene as Braddock | Joan Hackett as Gabrielle | Frank Sutton as Corporal Cording | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | John Milford as Lt. Masters | Ben Wright as Count De Gontran | Don Edmonds as Jackson | Edward Tierney as Friedrich

20 :01x20 - Off Limits

Feb/19/1963
A soldier discovers that his nurse wife has been unfaithful to him and volunteers for a dangerous mission.
Guest Stars: Arnold Merritt as Jerome Crown | Andre Philippe as Andre | Marie Gomez as Claire | Peggy Ann Garner as Lt. Amelia Marsh | Jeremy Slate as Corporal Archie Marsh | William Windom as Captain Lew Anders | Mark Ryan as Hanson
Director: Robert Altman

21 :01x21 - No Time for Pity

Feb/26/1963
The unit prepares to capture a French town but then discovers that the Germans are holding its children hostage.
Guest Stars: William Phipps as Capt. Whitlow | Paul Busch as Mueller | Denise Alexander (1) as Annette | Michael Davis (2) as Jean | Robert Winston as Hoffman | Guy De Vestel as Marcel | Gunner Hellström as German Officer
Writer: Steven Ritch

22 :01x22 - Night Patrol

Mar/05/1963
The squad encounters a mysterious lieutenant while on a night patrol. It appears as though this fellow is waging some sort of one man war.
Guest Stars: William Harlow as Nick Davis | Skip Homeier as Lt. Billy Joe Cranston |
Uncredited: Eric Braeden as German Soldier | Charles De Vries as German Soldier | Tom Pace as German Soldier
Director: Burt Kennedy
Story: Quentin Sparr | Teleplay: Frank Jessy

23 :01x23 - Survival

Mar/12/1963
Because of an artillery barrage, the squad is able to escape from German captivity but Saunders gets separated from them and must make his way through enemy lines by himself.
Guest Stars: Michael Murphy (1) as First Tanker | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | John Seigfried as Kurt | Donald Ein as Sergeant | Matty Jordan as 2nd Tanker
Director: Robert Altman

24 :01x24 - No Hallelujahs for Glory

Mar/19/1963
The squad must deal with an ambitious female reporter who knows next to nothing about the military or combat.
Special Guest Stars: Elizabeth Allen (1) as Eleanora Hunt |
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Jim Goodwin (1) as Mike | Maurice Marsac as Jacques | Garry Walberg as Thin Correspondent | Charles McDaniel as Bearded Correspondent | George Petrie as Captain Smith | Angela Clarke (2) as Madame Michelin

25 :01x25 - The Quiet Warrior

Mar/26/1963
During a break in the action, Hanley is ordered to London where he's sent on an espionage mission behind the lines.
Guest Stars: J.D. Cannon as Ted Slocum | Michele Montau as Lily | Brendan Dillon as Briefing Agent Williams | Lomax Study as Andre | Charles Giorgi as Georges | Leno Francen as Marie Barole | Rolfe Sedan as Dr. Barole | Walter Janowitz as Cafe Owner | Albert Szabo as Soldier |
Uncredited: Eric Braeden as Drunken German Soldier | Barbara Babcock as Woman at Savoy Bar
Director: Justus Addiss

26 :01x26 - Battle of the Roses

Apr/02/1963
Saunders becomes involved with a strange French girl and her domineering nurse.
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | William Harlow as Dorsey | Earl Parker as 1st German Who is Shot | Penny Santon as Celeste Fourant | Antoinette Bower as Jeanine
Director: Sutton Roley

27 :01x27 - Hill 256

Apr/09/1963
KIrby, the squad asshole, faces a court martial for cowardice under fire. Saunders and Caje try to prove his innocence.
Special Guest Stars: Robert Culp as Sgt. John Metcalf |
Guest Stars: Walter Friedel as German Prisoner | Liam Sullivan as Major Hendricks | Alan Caillou as British Lieutenant | Clegg Hoyt as Technical Sergeant | John Shay as Major Canfield | Curt Conway as Capt. Dugan | Richard Peel as British Sergeant | George Keymas as Major Daggett | Conlan Carter as M. P. | Bill Zuckert as Presiding Officer at Court Martial
Director: James Komack

28 :01x28 - The Sniper

Apr/16/1963
The squad enters a French village abandoned by the Germans expecting to get some rest and relaxation but then a German sniper, with the aid of his French skank galpal, begins picking them off.
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | William Harlow as Nick Davis | Fletcher Fist as Brockmeyer | Eric Braeden as Hans Gruber | Jordan Grant as Marks | John Newton as Fisher | Michel Petit as 1st Boy | Phillipe Chappele as 2nd Boy | Maya Van Horn as Woman | Athan Karras as Carot | Walter Kohler as Man | Guy De Vestel as Villager | Alex Durand as Bistro Man | Arlette Clark as Old Woman | Gail Kobe as Francoise
Director: Ted Post

29 :01x29 - One More for the Road

Apr/23/1963
The squad discovers an orphaned baby and tries to find a home for it all the while completing their mission.
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Don Edmonds as Stroback | Monroe twins as The Baby | Fletcher Fist as Brockmeyer

30 :01x30 - The Walking Wounded

Apr/30/1963
A wounded Saunders must deal with an Army surgeon who's lost his nerve.
Special Guest Stars: Gary Merrill as Capt. Will August |
Guest Stars: Berkeley Harris as Pvt John Lee | Stephen Joyce as Jones | Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Geraldine Brooks as Lt. Ann Hunter | George Davis (3) as Old Frenchman | David Manley as Tanker
Director: Burt Kennedy
Writer: Burt Kennedy

31 :01x31 - High Named Today

May/07/1963
A soldier who's reputed to be a one man army transfers into the unit and soon begins causing trouble.
Special Guest Stars: Dean Stockwell as Rob Lawson |
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Lew Brown as Pratt | John Apone as Soldier #1 | Steve Gaynor as Wounded Soldier | Burt Berger as Corporal

32 :01x32 - No Trumpets, No Drums

May/14/1963
Caje comes unglued after he accidentally kills an innocent civilian.
Guest Stars: Steven Rogers as Doc Walton | Billy Beck as Dubois | Nicky Blair as Johnson | Andrea Darvi as Micheline | Jean Del Val as Marceau | Ted Roter as Frenchman
Director: Richard Donner
Warning: Combat! guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama | Military/War
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 07:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 02, 1962
Ended: August 29, 1967
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