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Centered around the King Company during World War II, the men fight against the enemy, starting at Omaha Beach during the D-Day attack. During the 5 season run, the men in company begin to form tight bonds and are brought closer together by the ups and downs during their time at war. The series starred Vic Morrow and Rick Jason and ran from 1962-67 on ABC. It's first four seasons were in black and white with the final one being filmed in color.
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Final: 5x25 -- The Partisan (Mar/14/1967)

In order to rescue Caje from German captivity, Saunders must depend on an American deserter and a blind French damsel.
Vic Morrow
As Sgt. Charles "Chip" Saunders
Rick Jason
As Lt. Gil Hanley
Pierre Jalbert
As PFC Paul "Caje" LeMay
Jack Hogan
As Pvt. William G. Kirby
Conlan Carter
As PFC "Doc" (Platoon Medic) (S02-S05)
Dick Peabody
As Pvt. Littlejohn
Tom Lowell
As Pvt. William "Billy" Nelson (S01-S02)

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Developer: Robert Pirosh
Executive Producer: Selig J. Seligman
Producer: Gene Levitt, Andy White
Associate Producer: Michael Caffey
Music: Leonard Rosenman
Set Decorator: H. Web Arrowsmith, Henry Grace
Art Director: George W. Davis
Sound Recordist: William Edmondson
Assistant Director: Harker Wade

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Recurring Guests

Paul Busch as Mueller (24 eps)
Steven Rogers as Doc Walton (21 eps)
William Harlow as Radioman (14 eps)
Tom Pace as German Soldier (11 eps)
Ed Deemer as German Soldier #4 (8 eps)
William Bryant as Sgt. Larkin (8 eps)
Shecky Greene as Braddock (8 eps)
Peter Hellman as German Soldier #3 (8 eps)
Earl Parker as Stunts (8 eps)
Horst Ebersberg as German Corporal (8 eps)

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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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