CTVA US Adventure - "The Young Rebels" (Aaron Spelling/ABC)(1970-71)

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The Young Rebels (1970-71)
 
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

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THE YOUNG REBELS
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Screen Gems Presentation
for
ABC (Sundays 7:00 PM ET)
Executive producer, Aaron Spelling / Produced by Jon Epstein
Created by Peter Gayle
Developed by Harve Bennett

US Historical Adventure series 1970-71 15 episodes x 60 min Color
(20Sep70-03Jan71)
cast:
Rick Ely as Jeremy Larkin
Louis Gossett, Jr. as Isak Poole
Alex Henteloff as Henry Abington
Hilarie Thompson as Elizabeth Coates
Philippe Forquet as General the Marquis de Lafayette

Premise;
Set in Chester, Pennyslvania in 1777, "The Young Rebels"
follows the exploits of the Yankee Doodle Society, a secret
organization that struggles to foil British advances in the
colonies.

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ABC Sundays 7:00 PM Eastern

1.01 [--] The Young Rebels: FATHER AND I WENT DOWN TO CAMP
20-Sep-1970 ABC Sun
Written by Harve Bennett
Directed by George McCowan
Produced by Jon Epstein
Guest cast:
Frank Converse ....... Robert Larkin
Will Geer ............ Mayor Larkin
Lawrence Dane
J.B. Douglas
Ivor Francis
Sheb Wooley
Ivor Barry
Synopsis:
The time is September 1777 and the War of Independence is not going
well. In Chester, Pennsylvania, a band of young partisans attempt to slow
the British march on Philadelphia. The plan: retake 18 captured cannon
and destroy a vital tunnel. [RF]

1.02 [--] The Young Rebels: THE RING OF FREEDOM
27-Sep-1970 ABC Sun
Guest cast:
Larry Linville ....... Reverend Wells
Will Geer ............ Mayor Larkin
Synopsis:
The three rebels devise a plan to intercept the bell from the British
who plan on melting it. [RF]

1.03 [--] The Young Rebels: THE BLOOD OF AN ENGLISHMAN
04-Oct-1970 ABC Sun
Guest cast:
John Colicos ......... British Colonel
Tom Troupe ........... British Doctor

1.04 [--] The Young Rebels: TO HANG A HERO
11-Oct-1970 ABC Sun
Written by Frank Telford
Directed by Harry Falk
Guest cast:
Brandon de Wilde ..... Young Nathan Hale
Kirk Mee ............. Samuel Hale
Ivor Barry ........... Lord Howe
Donald Losby ......... Garvie
Synopsis:
The rebels slip into British-held New York to learn about the redcoats'
next attack. Their source: a timid schoolmaster named Nathan Hale. [RF]

1.05 [--] The Young Rebels: FORT HOPE
18-Oct-1970 ABC Sun

1.06 [--] The Young Rebels: SUICIDE SQUAD
25-Oct-1970 ABC Sun
Guest cast:
Steve Ihnat .......... Sgt. Nobby Whipple
Frank Marth .......... Gustav Schmidlapp
Paul Carr ............ Cpl. Tim Catlin
Clive Clerk .......... Jonno Devery
Antony Eustrel ....... British Colonel
Robert Knapp ......... Continental Captain
Synopsis:
The young rebels head for Valley Forge, unaware that their group
includes a British infiltrator assigned to kill General Washington. [RF]

1.07 [--] The Young Rebels: ALIAS BEN TODD
01-Nov-1970 ABC Sun
Guest cast:
Lee Purcell ........... Maggie Todd

1.08 [--] The Young Rebels: THE HOSTAGES
08-Nov-1970 ABC Sun
Guest cast:
Eric Braeden .......... Major Zanker
Gordon Jump ........... Robert Carroll

1.09 [--] The Young Rebels: THE AGE OF INDEPENDENCE
15-Nov-1970 ABC Sun
Written by John Wilder
Directed by Lou Antonio
Guest cast:
Mitch Vogel ........... Tad Garrett
David Soul ............ John Marshall
Will Geer ............. Mayor Larkin
Donald Moffat ......... Colonel Scott
Robert Cannon ......... Gabriel Garrett
Synopsis:
At the age of 12, Tad Garrett is called upon to assume man-sized
responsibilities: he joins a rebel plot to steal a vital British map. [RF]

1.10 [--] The Young Rebels: STALEMATE
22-Nov-1970 ABC Sun
Guest cast:
Terence Scammell ...... Lt. Martin
John Orchard .......... Sergeant Atkins
Harvey Jason .......... Corporal Davies
John Marley ........... Mayor
Noam Pitlik ........... Brettancourt
Synopsis:
The young rebels share an uneasy truce with a band of British soldiers
after an explosion traps both groups in a mine. [RF]

1.11 [--] The Young Rebels: VALLEY OF THE GUNS
29-Nov-1970 ABC Sun
Written by Jerry Ziegman
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Guest cast:
Monte Markham ......... William Billings

1.12 [--] The Young Rebels: DANGEROUS ALLY
06-Dec-1970 ABC Sun
Written by Frank Telford
Directed by Harry Falk

1.13 [--] The Young Rebels: THE INFILTRATOR
20-Dec-1970 ABC Sun
Guest cast:
Elizabeth Baur ........ Rachel
Stephen Young
Todd Susman

1.14 [--] The Young Rebels: UNBROKEN CHAINS
27-Dec-1970 ABC Sun
Written by Anthony Lawrence
Directed by Marc Daniels
Guest cast:
Paul Winfield ......... Pompey
Sasha Harden .......... Lt. Colonel Schieffler

1.15 [--] The Young Rebels: TO KILL A TRAITOR
03-Jan-1971 ABC Sun
Written by Peter Allan Fields
Directed by George McCowan
Guest cast:
Gary Lockwood ......... John Benton

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