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1 :01x01 - The Gallant Men

Oct/05/1962
Landing with Allied invasion forces at Salerno, Italy in 1942, war correspondent Conley Wright joins an infantry unit commanded by the inexperienced Captain Jim Benedict. The unit's first assignment: capture the heavily defended San Pietro.
Guest Stars: William Windom as Jake Miller | Robert Fortier as Captain Jergens | Sharon Hugueny as Rosa | Bill Quinn (1) as Colonel
Director: Robert Altman

2 :01x02 - Retreat to Concord

Oct/12/1962
The company moves into the town of Nieto for a mopping-up operation and are then ordered to hold the town against a German advance.
Guest Stars: Iphigenie Castiglioni as Signora Cirasella | Carlo Tricoli as Italian Man | Donald Zimmerman as Medic | Victor Salinas as Pietro | Anna Bruno Lena as Felicia | Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders | Peter Breck as Henry Draper

3 :01x03 - And Cain Cried Out

Oct/19/1962
Captain Benedict is none too thrilled when he learns that his newest platoon sergeant is his estranged younger brother.
Guest Stars: Ross Evans as German Officer | Tom Gilson as Private Barlow | Donald Zimmerman as Medic | John Alonzo as Sgt. Morales | Robert Conrad as Griff Benedict | Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders | Robert Fortier as Major Jergens
Director: Charles Rondeau
Writer: Ken Pettus

4 :01x04 - The Ninety-Eight Cent Man

Oct/26/1962
Wounded and captured behind enemy lines, Private D'Angelo must withstand harsh interrogation and not give away information about his comrades.
Guest Stars: Dal Jenkins as Medical Orderly | Chana Eden as Elena | Rudy Solari as Armitore | Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders | Robert Fortier as Major Jergens | Frank DeKova as Legrini

5 :01x05 - One Moderately Peaceful Sunday

Nov/02/1962
Private Gibson is the only survivor of a German ambush and he's trapped behind enemy lines.
Guest Stars: Peter Morgenstern as Stuckart | Walter Linden as Brock | Edward Tierney as Schasheitlin | Rudy Dolan as Sgt. Hensel | Don Kelly (1) as Corporal Smith | John Dehner as Captain Rauch | Robert Fortier as Major Jergens

6 :01x06 - Lesson for a Lover

Nov/09/1962
Sent to the hospital with a case of psychosomatic blindness, Lt. Kimbro tries to help a young woman who's in trouble.
Guest Stars: Dennis Cross as Captain Brogan | Eddie Durkin as Lt. Ravetch | Fred Villani as Fabio | John van Dreelen as Francioso Cardinale | Marianna Hill as Maria Carducci
Director: Charles Rondeau

7 :01x07 - And the End of Evil Things

Nov/16/1962
Kimbro wants to go to the aid of a dying soldier who is calling out for help but Benedict refuses to let him for fear that it would put the entire squad in danger.
Guest Stars: Eric Braeden as Radio Operator | Peter Hellman as German Lieutenant | Tom Gilson as Private Barlow | Buck Kartalian as Joey Lopuschok | Stephen Lander as Corporal Schloss | Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders
Writer: David Lang

8 :01x08 - Some Tears Fall Dry

Nov/23/1962
Wright gets into an argument with a female war correspondent who wants to file a story that would possibly compromise military security.
Guest Stars: Joey Russo as Italian Lad #2 | Rudy Carrella as Italian Lad #1 | Rita Lynn as Diva | Jim Secrest as Lt. Thompson | Yale Summers as Officer | Gail Kobe as Kathleen Palmer | Robert Fortier as Major Jergens | Ralph Manza as Cafe Proprietor
Director: Charles Rondeau
Writer: Don Tait

9 :01x09 - Fury in a Quiet Village

Nov/30/1962
It's almost too quiet when the company arrives in a village that was supposedly evacuated by the Germans. Then the real reason for the stillness is discovered--a group of Germans have stayed behind and they're holding the village's children hostage.
Guest Stars: Walter Janowitz as Captain Hefler | Richard Angarola as Father Gefolia | Doug Lambert as Private Lindstrom | Stefan Schnabel as Marshall Kleindorf | Malachi Throne as Colonel Shunesberg | Lisa Seagram as Angela
Writer: Stephen Lord

10 :01x10 - Signals for an End Run

Dec/07/1962
Sgt. McKenna unwittingly imperils the squad when he gets the hots for an Italian babe.
Guest Stars: Eduardo Ciannelli as Bassano | Victor Romito as Partisan | Rodolfo Acosta as Lupo | Mala Powers as Dina | John Karlen as Lieutenant Tyrell

11 :01x11 - Robertino

Dec/14/1962
An Italian boy becomes attached to Lucavitch after he's caught stealing food from the unit.
Guest Stars: Eve Marlowe as Maria | Dieter Jacoby as German Sentry | Walter Friedel as Major Strasser | Renzo Cesana as Father Rossi | Peter Soli as Robertino | Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders
Director: Charles Rondeau

12 :01x12 - Advance and Be Recognized

Dec/29/1962
While on leave, D'Angelo falls in love and gets involved with black marketeers.
Guest Stars: Jack Reitzen as Itzo | Mignon Gret as Maria | Pamela Gary as Nina Papetto | Terry Becker as Gilmartin | Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders | Larry D. Mann as Captain Baer
Director: Robert Totten

13 :01x13 - To Hold Up a Mirror

Jan/05/1963
Benedict and members of his squad hideout in an Italian farmhouse in order to avoid an enemy patrol. Things are complicated by the fact that a German major they're holding prisoner is looking for a way to give away their position.
Guest Stars: Gary Campbell (1) as Mike Wooster | Dolores Quinton as Italian Woman | Uta Braun as Ilze Taurins | Pat Woodell as Gina | Karl Held as Major Woelfel | Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders | Paul Carr as Pvt. Joe Salford

14 :01x14 - Boast Not of Tomorrow

Jan/12/1963
While on leave in Naples, Benedict is puzzled when a nurse has no reaction after hearing that her fiancee has been reported MIA.
Guest Stars: Genevieve Griffin as Major Phyllis Taylor | Paul Micale as Matteo | John Daheim as Sgt. Flannery | Ray Montgomery as Major Brennan | John Baer as Lt. Latham | Laura Devon as Lt. Diane Kirkland
Director: Charles Rondeau
Writer: Ken Pettus

15 :01x15 - The Dogs of War

Jan/19/1963
Captain Benedict meets a smokin' hot Italian countess who may or may not be working for the Germans.
Guest Stars: Barnaby Hale as Captain Harrison | Barry Cahill as Sgt. Briggs | Guy Stockwell as Medic | Dianne Foster as Contessa
Director: Charles Rondeau

16 :01x16 - The Bridge

Jan/26/1963
Two demolitions experts join the squad on a mission to blow up a bridge but one of them is the Italian engineer who built the object and he might be sabotaging their efforts because he doesn't want to see his work destroyed.
Guest Stars: James Almanzar as Antonio | Anthony Becket as Emil Buckner | Jana Taylor as Carla | Ernest Sarracino as Signor Dinetti | Peter Brown (1) as Lt. Hodges | George Murdock as Sergeant Varney

17 :01x17 - The Leathernecks

Feb/02/1963
Amazingly, war correspondent Wright gets himself a transfer to the Pacific Theatre of the war so that he can search for his MIA brother and witnesses a battle hardened Marine breaking in a young commanding officer.
Guest Stars: David Brandon as Lt. Harper | George Murdock as Pfc. Cagel | Doug Lambert as Private Loomis | Don Kelly (1) as Captain Barlow | Martin Brandt as Jacob Schneider | Armand Alzamora as Corporal Mazzini | Philip Carey as Sgt. Barragan
Director: Charles Rondeau
Writer: Ken Pettus

18 :01x18 - Next of Kin

Feb/09/1963
D'Angelo helps liberate his mother's native Italian village only to learn that his favorite uncle was a German collaborator.
Guest Stars: Al Lettieri as Arturo | Doris Dowling as Cristina | Stanley Adams as Nicolo Borelli | Victoria Vetri as Teresa Borelli
Director: Robert Sparr
Writer: Ken Pettus

19 :01x19 - Operation Secret

Feb/16/1963
Wright discovers the details of a spy mission when he pieces together the events that caused the death of an American officer months before.
Guest Stars: Julie Van Zandt as Nurse | Justin Smith (1) as Major Nemo | Vito Scotti as Giadenza | Tommy Farrell as Sgt. Motley | George Gaynes as Major Neumann | Albert Paulsen as General Kile | Maria Machado as Contessa Loren

20 :01x20 - The Warriors

Feb/23/1963
Separated from their unit, Wright, D'Angelo, and Gibson get trapped with an odd mixture of stragglers.
Guest Stars: Med Flory as Ayres | John McLiam as Bolt | William Beckley as Lt. Wells | Adam Williams as McQueen | James Doohan as Blogden | James Best as Pvt. Hook

21 :01x21 - One Puka Puka

Mar/02/1963
Sgt. McKenna encounters an undisciplined group of soldiers at a forward observation post. He's contemptuous of them at the beginning but then changes his tune when he sees them in action.
Guest Stars: Brian Avery (2) as German POW | Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders | George Takei as Ochi | David Cadiente as Murphy | Frank Atienza as Cowboy | Poncie Ponce as Lt. O'Hara | Mako as Frank Fakuda
Writer: David Lang

22 :01x22 - Ol´ Buddy

Mar/09/1963
Lucavich and Hanson have an argument but things change when Hanson fails to return from a patrol behind enemy lines.
Guest Stars: Sandy Kevin as Private Saunders | Booth Colman as German Captain | Ed Gilbert as Forgetz | Charles H. Radilak as Buhler | Sheldon Allman as Machen | Kevin Hagen as Sgt. Stein | Anthony Becket as Lt. Bauman
Director: Richard L. Bare

23 :01x23 - A Taste of Peace

Mar/16/1963
After being wounded in combat, Benedict gets an offer to transfer to a position in the Allied Military Government instead of returning to his unit. Complicating the matter is a smoking hot female Captain.
Guest Stars: Julie Adams as Meg Thorpe | Glenn Cannon as Lefty Morgan | DeForest Kelley as Colonel Davenport | Harlan Warde as Major McGowan | Charlie Briggs as Eddie Ross | Mario Siletti as Alfredo Palli | Charles Smith (1) as Lt. Tuttle
Writer: Ken Pettus

24 :01x24 - The Crucible

Mar/23/1963
A field surgeon, who's an old rival of Benedict from their collegiate days, opposes his efforts to extract vital information from a wounded German prisoner.
Guest Stars: Jean Del Val as Old Man | Morgan Jones (1) as Lt. Col. Gates | John Alonzo as Corporal Marsh | Suzi Carnell as Phoebe Pfeiffer | Ed Nelson as Major Ross
Director: Charles Rondeau
Writer: Don Tait

25 :01x25 - Tommy

Mar/30/1963
A USO troupe has arrived to entertain the troops and to Benedict's surprise and joy their lead singer is a former galpal of his. Unfortunately, she has no interest in re-kindling their romance preferring only the wounded men.
Guest Stars: Don Matheson as Emcee | Andre Philippe as French Soldier | Francine York as Angela | David Frankham as Collier | George O'Hanlon as Harry Cooper | Dorothy Provine as Joyce Adams
Director: Charles Rondeau

26 :01x26 - A Place to Die

Jun/01/1963
A wounded soldier, who professes to despise all Italians, takes refuge in a convent where an Italian nun tries to persuade him to accept treatment from her.
Guest Stars: Robert Fortier as Major Jergens | Michael Parks as Billy Ray Melford | Victoria Vetri as Sister Catherine | Argentina Brunetti as Mother Superior | Reva Rose as Sister Margaret | Felix Reinsch as Major Erhardt
Director: Charles Rondeau
Warning: The Gallant Men guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Military/War
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 07:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 05, 1962
Ended: September 14, 1963
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