Mister Roberts

Mister Roberts

Military comedy that aired on NBC during the 1965-66 season and ran for 30 episodes. Mister Roberts was based on the classic 1955 film of the same name that starred Henry Fonda, James Cagney, Jack Lemmon, and William Powell. Roger Smith, Steve Harmon, Richard X. Slattery, and George Ives respectively played the lead roles in the TV series which was about life on board the U.S. Navy cargo ship Reluctant during the Pacific conflict in World War II. If the series proved one thing it was that a classic film does not always translate into a classic television series.

Episode Info

Final: 1x30 -- Captain, My--Captain? (Apr/08/1966)

The Captain is abducted and replace on board ship by a lookalike German agent.
Roger SmithRoger Smith
As Lt. Douglas Roberts
Steve HarmonSteve Harmon
As Ens. Frank Pulver
Richard X. SlatteryRichard X. Slattery
As Capt. John Morton
George IvesGeorge Ives
As Doc

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Executive Producer: William T. Orr
Producer: James Komack
Associate Producer: James Lydon
Set Decorator: Mowbray F. Berkeley, William L. Kuehl
Director of Photography: Ralph Woolsey
Art Director: Art Loel
Film Editor: James T. Heckert
Sound: B.F. Ryan
Make-up Supervisor: Gordon Bau
Hair Styling Supervisor: Jean Burt Reilly

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Recurring Guests

Barry Kelley as Admiral Weatherby (4 eps)
John McCook as Lee Helmsman (3 eps)
Dennis Robertson as Cookie Pike (3 eps)
Henry Gibson as Insigna (2 eps)
Tom Brown (1) as Admiral Morrison (2 eps)
Alan Mowbray as Chief (2 eps)
Danny Welton as Talker (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Military/War
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 09:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 17, 1965
Ended: September 02, 1966
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