CTVA US Military - "12 O'Clock High" (TCF/Quinn Martin/ABC) Season x (19xx-xx)

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Season 1 (ABC) (1964-65)
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 / Writers Guild of America (wga)


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32 episodes (black and white)
ABC Fridays 9:30 pm
Produced by Frank Glicksman

1.01 [--] 12 O'Clock High: GOLDEN BOY HAD NINE BLACK SHEEP
TCF-QM prod. no. 7303
18-Sep-1964 ABC
Script by Al C. Ward
Directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Marston Fay.
Guest cast:
Joby Baker ............... Lieutenant Blake
Bruce Dern ............... Lieutenant Michaels
Paul Comi ................ Lieutenant Kelly
Burt Douglas ............. Lieutenant Crandall
Synopsis:
General Savage puts a general's son in charge of all the misfits in the
squadron and challenges him to turn them into a sharp bombing crew. [RF]

1.02 [--] 12 O'Clock High: FOLLOW THE LEADER (pilot episode)
TCF-QM prod. no. 6011
25-Sep-1964 ABC
written by Beirne Lay, Jr.
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: Meredith Nicholson
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Paul Carr ................ Lieutenant Jesse Bishop
Andrew Prine ............. Lieutenant Robert Mellon
Jud Taylor ............... Lieutenant Harold Zimmerman
Dan Burton ............... Captain Gately
Judy Carne ............... Jill
Bert Remsen .............. Sergeant Nero
Paul Newlan .............. General Pritchard (recurring)
Frank Killmond
Synopsis:
A troubled bombardier is run a bombing run with his new technique.[RF]

1.03 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE MEN AND THE BOYS
TCF-QM prod. no. 7304
02-Oct-1964 ABC
written by Harold Jack Bloom
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Anthony Wollner.
Guest cast:
Glenn Corbett ............ Lieutenant Tom Lockridge
Lou Antonio .............. Captain Wade Ritchie
Sally Kellerman .......... Lieutenant Libby MacAndrews
Hazel Court .............. Liz
Alan Reed Jr ............. Jonesy
James Noah ............... Pete
James Secrest ............ Mike
Lyle Sudrow .............. Prosecuting Attorney
Lew Brown ................ Defense Attorney
Synopsis:
Savage faces criticism when he court-martials a pilot who broke formation to help a friend. [RF]

1.04 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE SOUND OF DISTANT THUNDER
TCF-QM prod. no. 7305
16-Oct-1964 ABC
written by Edward J. Lakso
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Peter Fonda .............. Lieutenant Andy Lathrop
Jill Haworth ............. Mary Lean
Hedley Mattingly ......... Tom Lean
John Alderman ............ Lt. Smith
Elen Willard ............. April Barrett
Lew Gallo ................ Major Cobb
Charles Kuenstle ......... Jeep Driver
Synopsis:
Andy Lathrop is a Tennessee boy and is flying as Savage's lead
bombardier, he saves Savage's life, gets promoted to 1st Lieutenant, and gets
recommended for the DFC. [RF]

1.05 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE CLIMATE OF DOUBT
TCF-QM prod. no. 7308
23-Oct-1964 ABC
written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Anthony Wollner.
Guest cast:
John Larkin .............. General Wiley Crowe
Viveca Lindfors .......... Nicole Trouchard
Jacques Roux ............. Henri Lau
Bernard Fox .............. Colonel Charles
David White .............. Brigadier General
Carl Benton Reid ......... Major General
Ralph Hanalei ............ Sgt. 'Pineapple'
Mitzi Hoag ............... Dorothy Hall
Jack Powers .............. Co-Pilot
Lew Gallo ................ Major Cobb
Synopsis:
General Crowe is waiting for Savage to return from a mission, he
notices that when the aircraft "High Flyer" lands an ambulance rushes out to meet it. [RF]

1.06 [--] 12 O'Clock High: PRESSURE POINT
TCF-QM prod. no. 7307
30-Oct-1964 ABC (rebroadcast 21May65)
written by John T. Dugan
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Marston Fay.
Guest cast:
Larry Gates ............. Senator Clayton Johnson
Robert Doyle ............ Sergeant Eddie Pryor
Elen Willard ............ April Barrett
Jason Wingreen .......... Major Rosen
Paul Newlan.............. General Pritchard (recurring)
Lew Gallo................ Major Cobb
Jud Taylor .............. Sergeant Loren
Robert Hogan ............ Capt. Mewlay
Bill Cort ............... Lieutenant O'Leary
Bert Remsen ............. Sergeant Nero
Brendan Dillon .......... Vicar of Archbury
Synopsis:
Savage is caught between what he believes is needed in the air war and
political hostility toward the Air Force.[RF]

1.07 [--] 12 O'Clock High: DECISION
TCF-QM prod. no. 7310
06-Nov-1964 ABC (rebroadcast 04Jun65)
Teleplay by Clair Huffaker and Jack Turley
Story by Clair Huffaker
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Anthony Wollner.
Guest cast:
Tim O'Connor ............ Major Jack Temple
John van Dreelen ........ General Hoeptner
Jack Betts .............. Lieutenant Kinner
Kip King ................ Sergeant Weinstock
Buck Taylor ............. Corporal Moody
Peter Duryea ............ Lieutenant Peters
Walter Friedel .......... Aide
Steven Harris ........... Sgt. Nichols
Synopsis:
Savage and other officers must make difficult decisions when confronted
with a well-defended German target. [RF]

1.08 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE HOURS BEFORE DAWN
TCF-QM prod. no. 7309
13-Nov-1964 ABC
written by Donald S. Sanford
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Marston Fay.
Guest cast:
Glynis Johns ............ Jennifer Heath
Fritz Weaver ............ Peter Haff
John McLiam ............. Doker Drew
Maurice Dallimore ....... Major Colin
Robert Brubaker ......... Colonel Meyers
John Zaremba ............ General Stoneman
Gil Stuart .............. Policeman
Eric Micklewood ......... Sergeant Albert
Synopsis:
Savage seeks shelter during an air raid and becomes a German hostage. [RF]

1.09 [--] 12 O'Clock High: APPOINTMENT AT LIEGE
TCF-QM prod. no. 7311
20-Nov-1964 ABC
Teleplay by Charles Larson/ Story by John McGreevey
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Gary Lockwood ........... Major August "Gus" Denver
Hazel Court ............. Liz
Nancy Kovack ............ Lieutenant Irene Cooper
Pete Duel ............... Lieutenant Benning
Burt Metcalfe ........... Lieutenant Colonel Chandler
Yale Summers ............ Lieutenant Vale
Wynn Pearse ............. Sergeant
Jonathan Lippe .......... Radioman
Lew Gallo ............... Major Cobb
Synopsis:
Major Gus Denver returns to the 918th from the States. While he was
away on special instructor duty at Langley, his original crew was shot
down over Liege and all were killed.[RF]

1.10 [--] 12 O'Clock High: INTERLUDE
TCF-QM prod. no. 7306
27-Nov-1964 ABC
written by Dean Riesner
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Dana Wynter ............. Anne MacRae
Rhys Williams ........... Adam MacRae
Jack Raine .............. Doctor Gunn
Arthur Malet ............ MacCutcheon
Ken Berry ............... The Captain
Ashley Cowan ............ Ticket Seller
Don Spruance ............ Dawson
Molly Roden ............. Lieutenant Butterford
Michael-James Wixted .... Eddie
Roy Dean ................ Sam
Arthur Malet ............ Macutcheon
Synopsis:
Emotionally battered Savage falls in love with a frail Scottish woman during his vacation. [RF]

1.11 [--] 12 O'Clock High: HERE'S TO COURAGEOUS COWARDS
TCF-QM prod. no. 7315
04-Dec-1964 ABC
written by Al C. Ward
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: Paul Vogel
film editor: Jerry Young.
Guest cast:
Brandon de Wilde ........ Cpl Ross Lawrence
Gerald S. O'Loughlin .... Joe "Mac " Morse
Dabney Coleman .......... Captain Wilson
Jimmy Hawkins ........... Sergeant Smith
John Newton ............. Sergeant Meadows
Michael Harris .......... Ground Crew Chief
(Noreen Corcoran as Peggy ?)
Synopsis:
Lawrence a clerk in the Group Office, stows away with Joe Morse's crew and shoots down an FW.[RF]

1.12 [--] 12 O'Clock High: SOLDIERS SOMETIMES KILL
TCF-QM prod. no. 7314
11-Dec-1964 ABC
Teleplay by Edmund H. North and Charles Larson
Story by Edmund H. North
directed by Sutton Roley
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
John Williams ........... Inspector Thorne
Murray Matheson ......... Nicholas Redgrave
Victoria Shaw ........... Barbara Talbot
Tom Skerritt ............ Lieutenant Ryan
Patrick O'Moore ......... Maitre d'
Barry Macollum .......... Morrison
Terence Vliet ........... Pagget
Synopsis:
Amnesia resulting from a head injury leaves Savage without a defense when he is accused of murder. [RF]

1.13 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE SUSPECTED
no. 7313
18-Dec-1964 ABC
Telplay by Jack Turley and Charles Larson
Story by Ken Pettus
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Anthony Wollner.
Guest cast:
Michael Callan .......... Sergeant Driscoll
Antoinette Bower ........ Meg Driscoll
Edward Binns ............ Clifford Moran
John Orchard ............ Philip Fraser
Nicky Blair ............. Corporal Wagner
Jason Wingreen .......... Major Rosen
Synopsis:
Reporter Clifford Moran believes that Jim Driscoll is really a
convicted killer from St Louis named George Kern Turner.[RF]

1.14 [--] 12 O'Clock High: AN ACT OF WAR
TCF-QM prod. no. 7302
25-Dec-1964 ABC
written by Donald S. Sanford
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Norman Fell ............. Lieutenant Canello
John Kerr ............... Major Herrick
Marcel Hillaire ......... Janville
Jay Novello ............. Verenne
Emile Genest ............ Belloc
Al Ruscio ............... Malot
Michael Davis ........... Paul Cadot
(Bert Remsen as Sgt. Nero ?)
Synopsis:
Savage conducts his own investigation into conflicting reports on the success of an air raid.[RF]

1.15 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THOSE WHO ARE ABOUT TO DIE
TCF-QM prod. no. 7316
01-Jan-1965 ABC
written by Harold Jack Bloom
directed by Abner Biberman
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Anthony Wollner
Guest cast:
Glenn Corbett .......... Lieutenant Lockridge
Sally Kellerman ........ Lieutenant MacAndrews
Tom Skerritt ........... Lieutenant Parmalee
Ken Lynch .............. Sergeant Hale
Dee Pollock ............ Sergeant Rutherford
George Brown ........... Lieutenant Jensen
Robert Yuro ............ Lieutenant Muncie
Philip Terry ........... Major Lloyd
Lew Gallo .............. Major Cobb
Synopsis:
Savage's squad becomes edgy when fog postpones the launching of a hazardous mission. [RF]

1.16 [--] 12 O'Clock High: IN SEARCH OF MY ENEMY
no. 7317
08-Jan-1965 ABC
Teleplay by Stanford Whitmore/ story by Jean Holloway
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Hazel Court ........... Liz
Steve Forrest ......... Peter Gray
Barbara Shelley ....... Ann Gray
Roy Thinnes ........... Major Hays
John Milford .......... Lieutenant Macall
Don Penny ............. Captain Butcher
Burt Douglas .......... Lieutenant Grenfall
Bob Kanter ............ Lieutenant Fowler
Jo Helton ............. Corporal Weatherby
Synopsis:
Savage is disturbed to find his former fiance´e back in his life: she’s
now married to a pilot recently assigned to his group.[RF]

1.17 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE ALBATROSS
TCF-QM prod. no. 7312
15-Jan-1965 ABC
written by Richard A. Landau
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Jerry Young.
Guest cast:
Robert Drivas ......... Lieutenant Kane
Janine Gray ........... Angie
Martin West ........... Lieutenant Ankers
Paul Lukather ......... Lieutenant O'Toole
Don Eitner ............ Sentry
Dale Hogan ............ Nurse
Synopsis:
Savage persuades a lieutenant to volunteer for a mission, which results in tragedy for the flier.[RF]

1.18 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE LORELEI
TCF-QM prod. no. 7319
22-Jan-1965 ABC
written by Albert Aley
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Anthony Wollner.
Guest cast:
Rip Torn .............. Colonel Royce
Diana Van der Vlis .... Carol Royce
Bruce Dern ............ Lieutenant Danton
Paul Sorenson ......... Sergeant Cryder
Barry Russo ........... Lieutenant Myrowitz
Synopsis:
Col. Mark Royce, a veteran pilot, seems well qualified for his new post
as deputy commander, but his unusually superstitious nature makes Savage uneasy.[RF]

1.19 [--] 12 O'Clock High: FAITH, HOPE AND SERGEANT ARONSON
no. 7318
29-Jan-1965 ABC
written by Carey Wilber
directed by László Benedek
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Jerry Young.
Guest cast:
Sorrell Booke ......... Sergeant Aronson
Phyllis Love .......... Nurse Jenkins
Antoinette Bower ...... Ivy Westcott
James Frawley ......... Sergeant Gruenwald
Lew Gallo ............. Major Cobb
Joseph Perry .......... Sergeant Barstein
Charles McDaniel ...... Sergeant Fry
Synopsis:
While General Savage is hospitalized he tries to help a patient who has lost interest in living.[RF]

1.20 [--] 12 O'Clock High: TO HEINIE, WITH LOVE
TCF-QM prod. no. 7321
05-Feb-1965 ABC
Teleplay by Gilbert Ralston & Charles Larson
story by Gilbert Ralston
directed by Ralph Senensky
director of photography: Eugene Polito
film editor: Jerry Young.
Guest cast:
Keir Dullea .......... Lieutenant Muller
Jill Haworth ......... Nora Burgess
Ralph Williams ....... Lt. Pike
Stewart Moss ......... Lt. Magill
Jimmy Hayes .......... Lt. Daniels
Bard Stevens ......... Sgt. Bergen
(Paul Newlan as General Pritchard ? (recurring)
Synopsis:
A new navigator displays personality traits that could endanger both missions and crews. [RF]

1.21 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE CLASH
TCF-QM prod. no. 7320
12-Feb-1965 ABC
Teleplay by Jack Turley & Mike Adams
story by Mike Adams
(Mike Adams possibly an aka for Meyer Dolinsky)
directed by Josef Leytes
director of photography: William W. Spencer
music composed & conducted by Fred Steiner
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Albert Paulsen ....... Colonel Dieter
Burt Metcalfe ........ Col. Chandler
Jason Wingreen ....... Major Rosen (recurring?)
Synopsis:
Savage finds himself badly wounded and forced to share a life raft with
the injured German fighter pilot who downed his plane. But the German
is armed--and determined not to be rescued by the Allies.[RF]

1.22 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE TICKET
TCF-QM prod. no. 7322
26-Feb-1965 ABC
written by Al C. Ward
directed by Josef Leytes
director of photography: Eugene Polito
film editor: Jerry Young.
Guest cast:
Earl Holliman ........ Lieutenant Stiger
Elen Willard ......... Myra Bentley
Donald Harron ........ Lieutenant Crain
Jud Taylor ........... Lieutenant Morgan
Albert Paulsen ....... Colonel Dieter
Glenn Spies .......... Corporal
Hal Riddle ........... Sergeant
Synopsis:
A risk-taking pilot experiences a change in outlook when he wins a sweepstakes. [RF]

1.23 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE TRAP
05-Mar-1965 ABC
Teleplay by Richard L. Newhafer, Chester Krumholz, and Charles Larson
from a story by Richard L. Newhafer
directed by Ralph Senensky
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Hermione Baddeley .... Lady Constance
John Leyton .......... Bert Higgs
David Frankham ....... Lewis Glenway
Dinah Anne Rogers .... Eleanor Nichols
Ashley Cowan ......... Civil Defense Worker
George Pelling ....... Civil Defense Worker
Jack Raine ........... Air Raid Warden
Synopsis:
Savage gets trapped in a cellar during an Air Raid. Trapped with him
are Lady Constance, Dr Glenway, Miner Bert Higgs and a pregnant woman
Eleanor Nicholls. [RF]

1.24 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE END OF THE LINE
TCF-QM prod. no. 7324
12-Mar-1965 ABC
written by Dean Riesner
directed by Sutton Roley
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Jerry Young
Guest cast:
Ben Wright ........... Captain Whitelaw
Sarah Marshall ....... May Hudson
Michael St. Clair .... Captain Carmichael
Barbara Feldon ....... Lieutenant Claire Cummings
Charlotte Stewart .... Lt. Lewin
Florence Sundstrom ... Nell Forrester
Synopsis:
A Squadron Commander, Major Joe Gallagher scrubs himself from a mission
and his replacement Captain Larry Hollander is killed, leaving him feeling guilty. [RF]

1.25 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE THREAT
TCF-QM prod. no. 7325
19-Mar-1965 ABC
written by Jack Turley
directed by Ralph Senensky
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Laurence Naismith .... Gilly Bright
Harold Gould ......... Colonel Reed
Stanja Lowe .......... Lieutenant Dietrich
Jack Grinnage ........ Cpl. Jones
Burt Metcalfe ........ Col. Chandler
Don Spruance ......... Cpl. Smith
Synopsis:
During a broadcast from Berlin, Gen. Savage is warned by Nazi
broadcaster Axis Sally that he will soon meet with a fatal mishap.[RF]

1.26 [--] 12 O'Clock High: MUTINY AT TEN THOUSAND FEET
TCF-QM prod. no. 7326
26-Mar-1965 ABC
written by Harold Jack Bloom
directed by Sutton Roley
director of photography: William W. Spencer
film editor: Chester W. Schaeffer.
Guest cast:
James Dobson ......... Major Andy Towson
Hazel Court .......... Liz
Larry Blyden ......... Lt. Kemp
Robert Brown ......... Sgt. Phil Reese
John Kerr ............ Lt. Ray Thacker
Stuart Margolin ...... Lt. Epstein
Lee Meriwether ....... Lt. Amy Patterson
Jess Pearson ......... Sgt. Laz Coleridge
John Zaremba ......... General Stoneman
Synopsis:
Major Andy Towson, an exceptional pilot & squadron C.O. breaks down
after landing. Savages' friend has flown about same amount of missions and
has always been a rock. [RF]

1.27 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE MISSION
TCF-QM prod. no. 7327
02-Apr-1965 ABC
written by Samuel Roeca
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Jerry Young.
Guest cast:
Burt Brinkerhoff .... Joe Waller
Bruce Dern .......... Lieutenant Michaels
Robert Hogan ........ Lt. Farrell
Ray Kellogg ......... Sergeant Cord
Forrest Compton ..... Capt. Dirkson
Ted Gehring ......... Willie
Don Eitner .......... Radioman
Rudy Solari ......... Sgt. Maglie
Chris Robinson ...... Lt. Gunther (later recurring as Komansky)
Synopsis:
Savage and the Piccadilly Lily are given a special mission to bomb an
oil line in the Säär Valley. Captain Dirksen is a Lead Bombardier from
Wing down for the mission. [RF]

1.28 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE CRY OF FALLEN BIRDS
TCF-QM prod. no. 7328
09-Apr-1965
Teleplay by Edward J. Lakso and Charles Larson
Story by Edward J. Lakso
directed by Walter Grauman
director of photography: Paul Vogel
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Dana Wynter ......... Lady Catherine
Lloyd Bochner ....... Captain Evans
John Zaremba ........ General Stoneman
John McLiam ......... Major Hickey
Nora Marlowe ........ Bridget Foote
Don Spruance ........ Cpl. Smith
Lew Gallo ........... Major Cobb
Synopsis:
Gen. Savage encounters obstacles when he attempts to remove a manor
house that blocks a runway. [RF]

1.29 [--] 12 O'Clock High: V FOR VENDETTA
TCF-QM prod. no. 7330
16-Apr-1965
written by Al C. Ward
directed by William A. Graham
director of photography: Carl Guthrie
film editor: Jerry Young
Guest cast:
Gary Lockwood ...... Major August "Gus" Denver
Lin McCarthy ....... General Hoagland
Ken Berry .......... Major Bragg
Paul Newlan ........ General Pritchard (recurring)
Synopsis:
A jealous desk bound General accuses Savage of targetting because of a vendetta. [RF]

[30] 12 O'Clock High: P.O.W. (1)
TCF-QM prod.no. 7329
23-Apr-1965 ABC
written by Al C. Ward
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Alf Kjellin ........ Colonel Max Richter
John van Dreelen ... Captain Staufman
James Farentino .... Moxey
Peter Haskell ...... Doc
Donald Harron ...... Group Captain Brail
Jim Shane .......... Baby
James Forrest ...... Flight Lt. Harry Forrester
Don Penny .......... Lt. Melvin Regis
Stephen Brooks ..... Lieutenant Smith
Richie Adams ....... Lieutenant Coley
Oscar Beregi ....... Doktor Erlich
Henry Rico Cattani.. Guard
Sasha Harden ....... Guard
Kurt Landon ........ Guard
Norbert Siegfried .. Merchant Seaman
Synopsis:
First of two parts. Savage and three rambunctious crewmen are shot down
and imprisoned in Stalag Luft 12. Their jailer is Col. Max Richter, a
Prussian who likes nothing better than to thwart escape attempts.[RF]

1.31 [--] 12 O'Clock High: P.O.W. (2)
TCF-QM prod. no. 7330
30-Apr-1965 ABC
written by Al C. Ward
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Jerry Young.
Guest Cast:
same as above
Synopsis:
After he and some of his men were shot down over Germany, Savage leads
a successful escape from Stalag 12. [RF]

1.32 [--] 12 O'Clock High: THE HERO
TCF-QM prod. no. 7331
07-May-1965 ABC
Written by Albert Aley
directed by Ralph Senensky
director of photography: William W. Spencer;
film editor: Marston Fay.
Guest cast:
James Whitmore .... Colonel "Pappy" Hartley
Pete Duel ......... Lieutenant Ditchik
William Cort ...... Lieutenant Mason
William Arvin ..... Captain Franklin
James Beck ........ Capt. Wayland
Jimmy Hayes ....... Lt. Hearn
Nigel McKeand ..... Radio Operator
Glenn Sipes ....... Lt. Miller
John Zaremba ...... General Stillwell
Synopsis:
Col. Paul Hartley, a World War I ace, is given a chance to fly in combat again. [RF]

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