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65 :03x01 - Mountain Man

Sep/15/1964
Saunders employs a French deserter to get him and his men across the mountains and back to their unit.
Special Guest Stars: Theodore Bikel as Francois Perrault |
Guest Stars: Henry Brandon as German Lt. | Bob Beattie as German Skier
Director: Sutton Roley

66 :03x02 - Vendetta

Sep/22/1964
Hanley and his men are saved from being wiped out by a group of Greek soldiers whose colonel orders them to join him in his personal vendetta against the Germans.
Special Guest Stars: Telly Savalas as Colonel Kapsalis |
Guest Stars: Peter Bravos as Third Greek | Danny Klega as German Lt. | Athan Karras as Hot Dog | John Aniston as Second Greek | Pete Duel as Szigeti
Director: John Peyser

67 :03x03 - Point of View

Sep/29/1964
Saunders faces a court martial when another NCO accuses him of negligence which left two men dead.
Special Guest Stars: Paul Burke (1) as Sgt. O'Neill |
Guest Stars: H.M. Wynant as Lt. Collins | Gerald Trump as Howie Parker | Seymour Cassel as Doctor | Richard Schuyler as Medic | Horst Ebersberg as German Corporal | Anthony Jochim as French Farmer

68 :03x04 - The Duel

Oct/06/1964
Saunders and a truck driver do battle against a German Tiger tank.
Special Guest Stars: Bobby Rydell as Mickey Shay |
Guest Stars: Hans Difflipp as German Commander | Tram Tyson as German Driver | George Rogatkin as 2nd German Infantryman | Tom Pace as 1st German Infantryman
Director: John Peyser

69 :03x05 - Silver Service

Oct/13/1964
Sent to the rear to recover from wounds, Caje and Kirby encounter the goldbrick of all goldbricks in the form of Harry White. Kirby then flees with White and two French civilians when Germans breakthrough at the Battle of the Bulge.
Special Guest Stars: Mickey Rooney as Harry White |
Guest Stars: Ramon Novarro as Charles Giroux | Claudine Longet as Claudette | Norman Alden as Pvt. Buford | Joe Di Reda as Malloy
Director: Sutton Roley

70 :03x06 - The Hard Way Back

Oct/20/1964
During a barrage, Saunders gets trapped underneath a beam and the only soldier capable of saving him runs away.
Special Guest Stars: Sal Mineo as Larry Kogan |
Guest Stars: Eric Forst as German Officer | Robert Howard (2) as German Lieutenant | Martin Brandt as Old Frenchman | Ed Gilbert as German Captain | Grant Lockwood as 2nd German Soldier | Erik Holland as 1st German Soldier

71 :03x07 - Operation Fly Trap

Oct/27/1964
At a French farmhouse, Suanders sets a trap to catch a German colonel but a detachment of Germans might spring that trap.
Special Guest Stars: Gary Lockwood as Sgt. Meider |
Guest Stars: Herb Andress as German Captain | Lou Robb as German #1 | Mike Krempels as Half Track Passenger | Jim Goodwin (1) as Dispatch Rider | Lee Millar (1) as German Radio Operator | Bob Garrett as German Sgt. | Leonard Bell as Major Orcutt
Director: John Peyser
Writer: Don Tait

72 :03x08 - The Little Carousel

Nov/10/1964
A 13 year old girl who wants to be a nurse, becomes attached to Saunders and the squad.
Guest Stars: Sylviane Margollé as Claudine | Paul Daniel as Old Man Patient | Donald Journeaux as Antoine | Warren Vanders as Henderson
Writer: Gene Levitt

73 :03x09 - Fly Away Home

Nov/17/1964
Saunders and the squad get sent on a mission with a sergeant who appears to care more about his carrier pigeons than humans.
Special Guest Stars: Neville Brand as Sgt. Keeley |
Guest Stars: Ron Stokes as Maxwell | Ed Deemer as German Sgt. #2 | Bob Champion as German Pvt. | Rudy Dolan as German Sgt. #1 | Stephen Joyce as Polaski

74 :03x10 - The Impostor

Nov/24/1964
Hanley escorts two specialist sergeants behind the lines on an intelligence mission then discovers that one of them might be an impostor. Then a third sergeant, claiming to be an escaped POW, joins the group. Which one is the German?
Special Guest Stars: Skip Homeier as Sgt. Morgan | Warren Stevens as Sgt. Walter |
Guest Stars: Ed Kemmer as Lt. Tracey | Alan Baxter as Captain Roberts | James Dobson as Tom Henderson | Dylan Walsh as Soldier #1 | Ralph Thomas as Soldier #2
Director: Sutton Roley

75 :03x11 - A Gift of Hope

Dec/01/1964
Saunders' hero, thought killed at the Battle of St. Lo, shows up alive and well and accused of desertion under fire.
Special Guest Stars: Rip Torn as Avery |
Guest Stars: Malcolm Brodrick as Jimmy | Joe Allen Price as Larkin | Robert Yuro as Vitelli | Anthony Eisley as Lt. Gates

76 :03x12 - A Rare Vintage

Dec/08/1964
Caje disguises himself as a French peasant to rescue Saunders who is being held captive by the Germans in a winery.
Guest Stars: Buck Holland as Lane Sentry | Lawrence Montaigne as Sgt. Koch | Marcel Hillaire as Jean Sebelleau | Lyle Bettger as Capt. Brauer | Corey Allen as Pvt. Garrett
Director: Sutton Roley

77 :03x13 - The Long Walk

Dec/15/1964
Saunders and three others are cut off from their units and encounter a wounded G.I. who is actually a German infiltrator.
Special Guest Stars: Roddy McDowall as Murfree/Klepner |
Guest Stars: William Bryant as Sgt. Larkin | Chris Howard (1) as German | Peter Brocco as Lambert | Maurice Marsac as Armand
Writer: Peter Barry

78 :03x14 - The Town That Went Away

Dec/22/1964
Hanley and the squad are ordered to evacuate a French town but its mayor and his three smokin' hot daughters thwart their every attempt.
Guest Stars: Jean-Michel Michenaud as French Boy | Susan Silo as Annice | Danielle Aubry as Marie | Danielle Beause Jour as Yvette | Billy Beck as Rafe | Jay Novello as Paul Lejeune
Director: Sutton Roley

79 :03x15 - Birthday Cake

Dec/29/1964
Littlejohn receives a birthday cake from his mother along with explicit orders not to open it until the following day. The cake then proceeds to cause complications with the squad.
Guest Stars: Phillip Pine as Pvt. Steve Cantrell | Jean Del Val as French Farmer | Beau van den Ecker as G.I. Driver
Director: John Peyser
Writer: Ed Adamson

80 :03x16 - The Enemy

Jan/05/1965
Hanley forces a German demolitions expert to help him disarm mines and booby traps that the Germans set up in an abandoned French town.
Special Guest Stars: Robert Duvall as Karl |
Guest Stars: Anna Lee as Sister Lescaut | Michael Corhan as Louis Roche | Kurt Landen as German #1 | Gerd Rein as German #2
Director: John Peyser

81 :03x17 - The Cassock

Jan/12/1965
A German officer poses as a priest in order to blow up a bridge that the American army will use as its main entrance into a French village.
Special Guest Stars: James Whitmore as Captain Hertzbrun |
Guest Stars: Mart Hulswit as Private Ryan | Ross Sturlin as Stevens | Glenn Stensel as Weaver

82 :03x18 - Losers Cry Deal

Jan/19/1965
A loud mouthed soldier from another unit causes tension between the squad and his unit.
Special Guest Stars: Mike Kellin as Jackson |
Guest Stars: Dee Pollock as Thomas | John Bedford as Burton | Paul Todd as Costello | Paul Hampton as Kelly | Fletcher Fist as Johnson | George Murdock as Marcus | Tom Skerritt as Hicks | William Harlow as Johnson
Director: Vic Morrow

83 :03x19 - More Than a Soldier

Jan/26/1965
Saunders is trapped inside a mine with a young soldier and a wounded German.
Special Guest Stars: Tommy Sands as Carey |
Guest Stars: Ron Soble as German Sergeant

84 :03x20 - Brother, Brother

Feb/02/1965
The newest replacement is the younger brother of Kirby's old high school chum and he expects special treatment as such.
Special Guest Stars: Frankie Avalon as Eddie Cane |
Guest Stars: Hans Heyde as German Soldier | Charles Bastin as German Officer
Director: Sutton Roley

85 :03x21 - The Steeple

Feb/09/1965
Saunders, Kirby, and Caje attempt to rescue a paratrooper whose parachute has gotten hung on a church steeple. There's also another problem: the paratrooper is carrying high-powered explosives on his person.
Guest Stars: David Sheiner as Captain Ridell | Pat Michenaud as Boy | Horst Ebersberg as Sgt. Dekker | Stephen Lander as Hans | Jean Del Val as Father Bomar | Robert Cornthwaite as Captain Priller
Director: John Peyser
Writer: Don Tait

86 :03x22 - The Convict

Feb/16/1965
A German bombardment frees a group of French convicts one of whom pretends to be a member of the Resistance in order to reunite with his son.
Special Guest Stars: Gilbert Roland as Boulanger |
Guest Stars: Chris Anders as German | Sheldon Jacobs as German Major | Benito Prezia as Andre | Peter Camlin as French Engineer | Clive Clerk as Pierre | Robert Carricart as Lambrelle

87 :03x23 - Dateline

Feb/23/1965
Saunders takes a squad of men to rescue a captured war correspondent but the journalist prefers the security of a prison camp.
Special Guest Stars: Dan Duryea as Robert Barton |
Guest Stars: Peter Hellman as German Guard | Roger Gentry as German #2 | Ray Baxter (1) as German #1 | Kurt Landen as Guard | Henry Beckman as Major Mueller | Douglas Henderson as Capt. Reardon
Director: Sutton Roley

88 :03x24 - A Walk With an Eagle

Mar/02/1965
Hanley takes three soldiers into enemy territory in order to rescue a downed pilot who then shows little gratitude for their efforts.
Guest Stars: Lee Philips as Major Robert Caldwell | Bill Cort as Private Harmon | Pat Colby as Private Palmer
Director: John Peyser
Writer: Rod Peterson

89 :03x25 - The Long Wait

Mar/09/1965
Saunders and a truck carrying wounded men are pinned down by machine gun fire. Then they must wait for a tank to come to their rescue.
Special Guest Stars: Terry Carter (1) as Archie Masters |
Guest Stars: David Adams (2) as Peter | William Splawn as Coates | Edward Tierney as Klaus | William Wellman, Jr. as Sgt. Brice | Fletcher Fist as Carson
Director: John Peyser

90 :03x26 - The Tree of Moray

Mar/16/1965
Hanley must save a French traitor with valuable information from a lynch mob of his own countrymen.
Guest Stars: Robert Ellenstein as Rene | Mike Krempels as German Sgt. | Tom Pace as German Lt. | Norbert Siegfried as German M.P. | Charles Giorgi as Maquis | Peter Renaday as Louis | Émile Genest as Duval | Robert Loggia as Etienne

91 :03x27 - Cry in the Ruins

Mar/23/1965
The Germans and Americans stop their battle in an effort to help a desperate Frenchwoman search for her missing baby.
Guest Stars: William Smithers as Lt. Markes | Bob Kanter (1) as Pvt. Hunstell | Ben Ari as Le Page | Henry Hermann-Cattani as Kranz | John Crawford as Capt. Werner | Glenn Cannon as Pvt. Cane | Larry Gelbman as Gunnar | Frank Obershall as Bruck | Gerd Rein as Heismann | Lisa Pera as Madame Dubois
Director: Vic Morrow

92 :03x28 - The Hell Machine

Mar/30/1965
After their jeep gets knocked out of commission, Saunders and two others attempt to navigate an abandoned German tank through enemy territory and back to their own lines.
Guest Stars: Frank Gorshin as Pvt. Gavin | Than Wyenn as Captain Beggs | Chris Anders as Lt. Krause | Heinz Sadler as Sgt. Peter | Dick Raymond as German Infantryman | Gene Benton as Tank Commander | James Arthur as German Colonel | Lou Robb as Lt. Bruner
Director: John Peyser

93 :03x29 - Billy the Kid

Apr/06/1965
A general's son leads the outfit on a mission behind enemy lines to knock out a big gun that is slaughtering Allied troops.
Special Guest Stars: Andrew Prine as Lt. William Benton |
Guest Stars: John Milford as Sgt. Stone | James de Closs as American Sentry | Ed Deemer as German #1 | Ron Mills as German Leader | Michael Masters as Burns

94 :03x30 - Heritage

Apr/13/1965
A demolitions expert balks at destroying statues he finds in a cave.
Special Guest Stars: Charles Bronson as Velasquez |
Guest Stars: Alf George as 2nd German Soldier | Gunter Weishoff as 1st German Soldier | Michael Stroka as Scope Man | Kort Falkenberg as German Sergeant
Director: John Peyser

95 :03x31 - Odyssey

Apr/20/1965
After waking up in a German uniform, Saunders fakes shellshock in order to make it back to Allied lines.
Guest Stars: Werner Pochath as German Teenager Soldier | Ivan Triesault as Doctor | Maurice Marsac as French Peasant | Sasha Harden as S.S. Lieutenant | Peter Coe as Orderly | Teno Pollick as Pfc. Loring | Bert Freed as Sgt. Weber | Robert Donner as First American GI

96 :03x32 - Beneath the Ashes

Apr/27/1965
A company member vows revenge on Hanley after being informed late about the death of his wife.
Special Guest Stars: Chad Everett as Steve Kovac |
Guest Stars: Heber Jentzsch as German Lt. | Greg Mullavy as German Sgt. | Robert Glenn as Lt. Coates | Bob Champion as German Capt. | Noam Pitlik as Mac | John Gilgreen as Ambulance Driver
Director: John Peyser
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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