Season 4

97 :04x01 - Main Event

A boxer and his manager are the squad's newest replacements.
Guest Stars: Vic Werber as Ferguson | Hans Difflipp as German Sergeant | Todd Lasswell as Driver | Ben Cooper as Willy Kleve | Jack Carter as Murphy
Director: Tom Gries
Writer: William Fay

98 :04x02 - The First Day

The squad receives four new replacements. Which ones will survive their first day in combat?
Guest Stars: Dee Pollock as McBride | Kevin Coughlin as Loomis | Robert Biheller as Tate | Rick Weber as German
Director: Georg Fenady

99 :04x03 - S.I.W.

Saunders wonders whether or not a new squad member's wound is self-inflicted.
Special Guest Stars: John Cassavetes as Kalb |
Guest Stars: William Stevens as Fleming | Paul Sheriff as Sawyer | Mike Krempels as German
Director: John Peyser

100 :04x04 - The Linesman

Once again, Saunders clashes with another sergeant on a behind the lines mission to set up a telephone line.
Special Guest Stars: Jack Lord (1) as Barney McKlosky |
Guest Stars: Peter Duryea as Pvt. O'Connor | Heinz Brinkmann as German Lieutenant | Horst Ebersberg as German Sergeant | Gerd Rein as German | Tom J. Stears as Pvt. Locke | Peter Hellman as German Soldier | Chris Anders as German Sergeant
Story: Gene Levitt | Teleplay: Edward J. Lakso

101 :04x05 - The Farmer

A squad member, who was a farmer in civilian life, can't seem to realize that he's not behind the plow anymore.
Special Guest Stars: Dennis Weaver as Noah |
Guest Stars: Felix Locher as Old French Farmer | Dina Harmsen as French Girl | Anthony Aiello as G.I.
Director: John Peyser

103 :04x07 - Hear No Evil

Saunders has to make his way back to Allied lines without hearing after a grenade explosion leaves him deaf.
Guest Stars: Richard Tretter as Johnson | Gene Otis Shayne as Medic | Gary Lasdun as German Squad Leader | Edgar Winston as German Soldier | Roger Gentry as German Soldier | Chris Anders as German Motorcyclist | Ernst Winters as German in Jeep | Bruce Hayes as German in Jeep | William Harlow as G.I. | Peter Haskell as German Hostage
Director: Sutton Roley

105 :04x09 - 9 Place Vendee

A French youth and his dog impede Hanley's mission behind German lines.
Guest Stars: Pat Michenaud as Jacques | William Leslie as Captain Clinton | Holly Bane as Pvt. Walsh | Michael Stroka as German Drunk #1 | Chris Howard (1) as German Drunk #2 | Paul Busch as German Soldier | Dick Raymond as German Soldier | Philip Difermian as German Sgt. #1 | Mark Russi as German Sgt. #2 | Alf George as German at Chow Wagon | Jeff Norman as German in Truck | Lee Patterson as Captain Howard | Christopher Dark as German Agent

106 :04x10 - The Old Men

The squad finds themselves saddled with three older replacement soldiers who may or may not be able to pull their weight.
Guest Stars: Simon Oakland as Pvt. Clawson | William Phipps as Pvt. Barnhill | Arnold Merritt as Pvt. Fisher | Paul Busch as German Corporal | Norbert Siegfried as German #1 | William Harlow as GI Jeep Driver | Tom Drake as Pvt. Todd
Director: Georg Fenady

107 :04x11 - Soldier of Fortune

Saunders and two other squad members are trapped inside a German wine cellar.
Guest Stars: Burt Brinckerhoff as Pvt. Andy Marsh | Ed Deemer as German Lt. | Race Gentry as Karl | Buck Holland as Rudi | Ernst Winters as German Soldier | William Campbell as Pvt. Ed Wallace

108 :04x12 - The Casket

Saunders confiscates a vehicle owned by a Frenchwoman to get a wounded Kirby to medical aid but the woman isn't happy and attempts to slow him down. It seems as though she was going to use the vehicle to help bury her own recently deceased son.
Special Guest Stars: Nina Foch as Madame Carmaux |
Guest Stars: Raymond Cavaleri as Michel | Hank Brandt as German NCO

109 :04x13 - Luck with Rainbows

A British major takes Hanley and Kirby with him on a mission to destroy German V-2 rockets.
Guest Stars: Peter Hellman as German Truck Driver | Dirk Hansen as German Convoy Officer | Stephen Ferry as Paulson | Paul Busch as German Fuel Tanker | Kurt Landen as German #2 | Bill Glover as Sgt. Leighton | Michael Evans as Major Cole-Hughes

110 :04x14 - Breakout

The squad is ordered to destroy a valley full of construction equipmant to keep it out of German hands.
Special Guest Stars: Fernando Lamas as Vertrain |
Guest Stars: Peter Hellman as Sgt. Hunte | Mark Tobin as Hans | Ross Sturlin as Rankin
Director: John Peyser

111 :04x15 - Finest Hour

Hanley and Caje are hidden by a French countess in her chateau that's being used as a headquarters by the occupying Germans.
Special Guest Stars: Luise Rainer as Countess Lorraine De Roy |
Guest Stars: James Dobson as Lt. Schaefer | John Mylong as General Kroehler | Lou Robb as Capt. Roswald | Karl Sadler as German #1 | Maurice Marsac as Claude
Director: Sutton Roley
Writer: Don Tait

112 :04x16 - The Raider

After Hanley is captured by a notorious S.S. captain, Saunders tries to learn his location so that he and the squad can attempt a rescue.
Guest Stars: Leonard Nimoy as PFC Baum | Ray McGrath as Tim | Don Knight as German Sgt. | Martin E. Brooks as Corporal MacGowan | Edgar Winston as German #1 | William Mahoney (1) as German #2 | Gil Peterson as German #4 | Roger Gentry as German #5 | Wally K. Berns as German #6 | George Backman as Captain Reichart

113 :04x17 - The Mockingbird

A German spy poses as a downed American aviator in order to kill an American intelligence officer being escorted by Hanley and the squad.
Guest Stars: Jacques Roux as Gautier | George Brenlin as Pvt. Banning | Nelson Welch as Abbot | Hans Difflipp as Col. Richter | Felix Locher as Brother Jasper | Ben Ari as Monk | Jean Del Val as Brother Edmundo | Kurt Landen as Sgt. Mueller | Mark Russi as German Soldier | Jeremy Slate as Lt. Asher | John Agar as Captain Thorpe
Director: John Peyser

114 :04x18 - The Good Samaritan

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Guest Stars: Tom Simcox as Marsini | Hank Brandt as German NCO | Paul Busch as German Radio Man

115 :04x19 - Retribution

KIrby swears vengeance against an SS colonel who beat his childhood friend to death during an interrogation.
Guest Stars: King Moody as Andre | Rachel Rosenthal as Micheline | Frank Koomen as Capt. Klaus | Ulf Balk-Moller as German Sergeant | Paul Huston as G.I. #1 | William Harlow as G.I. #2 | Albert Paulsen as Col. Bruener

116 :04x20 - Counterplay

An impostor leads the squad through a fake raid on a German radar station in order that the Germans can get their hands on some important members of the French resistance.
Special Guest Stars: Peter Mark Richman as Impostor Marchand |
Guest Stars: Robert Crawford, Jr. as Pierre DuBois | H.M. Wynant as Sgt. Rawlings | Louis Mercier as Paul DuBois | Gary Lasdun as Real Marchand | Paul Busch as German Officer | Chris Anders as German #3

117 :04x21 - Nothing to Lose

Hanley receives word that a new squad member is wanted on a murder charge back in the states.
Special Guest Stars: Sal Mineo as Vinnick |
Guest Stars: Tom Skerritt as Burke
Director: Georg Fenady

118 :04x22 - Ask Me No Questions

A German lieutenant posing as an American G.I. gets key information from a captured Saunders who escapes and tries to set things right once he discovers the deception.
Guest Stars: Claude Akins as Mastin | Ed Peck as Pvt. Coker | Carl Reindel as Pvt. Murray | Craig Curtis as Pvt. Beecher | Curt Lowens as Capt. Haus | Charles Maxwell as Corp. Giles | Vic Dana as Pvt. James | Ted Jordan as Pvt. Brand | Barry Ford as First German Sentry | John Siegfried as 2nd German Sentry | Mark Tobin as 1st German Soldier | Ivan Henry Fairbanks as 2nd German Soldier

119 :04x23 - The Ringer

A straggler joins the squad and begins behaving erratically and endangering the lives of the men.
Guest Stars: Peter Colton as Johnson | Tom Pace as German #1 | Mike Krempels as German #2 | Mart Hulswit as Arthur Adams
Director: Michael Caffey
Story: Del Carnes | Teleplay: Gene L. Coon

121 :04x25 - Hills are for Heroes (1)

The platoon receives orders to take a hill that is defended with deadly efficiency by two German bunkers.
Guest Stars: Paul Carr as Kleinschmidt | Anthony D. Call as Morgan
Director: Vic Morrow

122 :04x26 - Hills are for Heroes (2)

After suffering heavy casualties, the platoon once again is ordered to make another attempt to take a hill being held by the Germans.
Guest Stars: Paul Carr as Kleinschmidt | Joey Walsh as Einstein | Anthony D. Call as Morgan
Director: Vic Morrow
Writer: Gene L. Coon

123 :04x27 - Gitty

A young female learns that Saunders has just killed her father, a German straggler.
Guest Stars: Richard Bakalyan as Sgt. Piper | Tom Nolan as Pvt. Hamilton | John Himes as Captain Mason | Paul Busch as Gitty's Father | William Harlow as Captain's Aide
Director: Georg Fenady

124 :04x28 - One at a Time

A German sergeant whose squad was wiped out by King Company begins stalking them and picking them off one by one.
Guest Stars: Jan Merlin as Erich | Larry Kert as Fry | Ronnie Welsh as Peal | Rod Lauren as Guerney | Jerry Ayres as Sims | Hagen Smith as Daniels

125 :04x29 - A Sudden Terror

Hanley tries to save one of his men who is trapped in quicksand.
Special Guest Stars: Brandon de Wilde as Wilder |
Guest Stars: Hank Brandt as Martin | David Moss as Fire Director | Earl Parker as Cooper | Mark Russi as Radioman | Paul Busch as German Officer | Jan Malmsjö as Bruener
Director: Michael Caffey

126 :04x30 - Run, Sheep, Run

A new squad member is terrified that a German prisoner who speaks English might reveal his moment of cowardice.
Special Guest Stars: Dwayne Hickman as Corey |
Guest Stars: Walter Maslow as Booker | Chris Howard (1) as German Corporal | Frank Marth as Lt. Vogler

127 :04x31 - The Leader

Kirby, K Company's biggest goldbrick and asshole, is left in charge of the squad during a German advance.
Guest Stars: Steven Marlo as Austin | Tim Felix as Stice | Andre Philippe as Grover | Richard Chambers (1) as Lloyd | Richard Tretter as Wills | Michael Barrier as Dean | Beau van den Ecker as German | William Bryant as Maynard
Director: Georg Fenady
Network: ABC ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Military/War
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Tuesdays at 07:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 02, 1962
Ended: August 29, 1967
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