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The Young Rebels

The Young Rebels


A group of young people in 18th century Chester, PA form the Yankee Doodle Society, a loose knit group of spies and saboteurs who aide the American cause during the American Revolution. They cross paths with General Lafayette, who is only twenty years old and sometimes joins in their missions. The show's best known actor was future Academy Award winner Louis Gossett, Jr. who played freed slave Isak Poole. Unfortunately for The Young Rebels, it was up against the likes of Lassie, Hogan's Heroes, and Wonderful World of Disney and only lasted for 15 episodes until ABC pulled the plug.
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Final: 1x15 -- To Kill a Traitor (Jan/03/1971)


On a mission into Philadelphia, Jeremy is unaware that the spy he's supposed to protect is actually a double agent.
Cast
Richard Webber
As Jeremy Larkin
Louis Gossett, Jr.
As Isak Poole
Alex Henteloff
As Henry Abington
Hilary Thompson
As Elizabeth Coates
Philippe Forquet
As General Lafayette
Will Geer
As Mayor Larkin
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Crew

Creator: Peter Gayle
Executive Producer: Aaron Spelling
Producer: Jon Epstein
Associate Producer: Vernon E. Clark
Editor: Howard Kunin
Casting: Al Onorato
Unit Production Manager: Robert Huddleston
First Assistant Director: Jack Barry (2)
Set Decorator: Alfred E. Spencer
Art Director: Ross Bellah, Robert Peterson

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Recurring Guests

Morgan Jones (1) as Sergeant Boggs (4 eps)
Eric Christmas as John Coates (2 eps)
Ivor Barry as Coates (2 eps)
Ray Harden (1) as Sgt. Harden (2 eps)

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Warning: The Young Rebels guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama | History
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 07:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 20, 1970
Ended: January 03, 1971
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