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Season 2 (ABC) (1965-66)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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   ############### 12 O'Clock High ##############
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29 episodes (black and white)
ABC Mondays 7:30 pm
Produced by William D. Gordon

2.01 [33] 12 O'Clock High: THE LONELIEST PLACE IN THE WORLD
TCF-QM prod. no. 8301
13-Sep-1965
written by Harold Jack Bloom
directed by Richard Donner
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Robert Colbert .......... Lt. Col. Frank Bailey
Claudine Longet ......... Suzanne Arnais
Paul Carr ............... Lt. Col. Chick Heindorf
Leo Gordon .............. M/Sgt. Caber McVaigh
William Arvin ........... Captain Lowell
Jack Raine .............. Maitre d'
Chris Howard ............ German Pilot
Ken Baechel ............. Duty Sergeant
(Charles Kuenstle as right waist gunner ?)
Synopsis:
Gallagher is promoted to Colonel and given command of the 918th
Komansky becomes Gallagher's flight engineer. [RF]

2.02 [34] 12 O'Clock High: RX FOR A SICK BIRD
TCF-QM prod. no. 8305
20-Sep-1965 ABC (rebroadcast 05Sep66)
producer William D. Gordon
written by William C. Anderson & William D. Hamilton & Marc Huntly
directed by Richard Donner
director of photography Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Gia Scala ............... Ilka Zradna
Chris Robinson .......... Komansky (recurring)
J.D. Cannon ............. General Creighton
Tige Andrews ............ M/Sgt. Tony Podesta
Eric Braeden ............ Captain Zoller
Paul Comi ............... Major Ken Adams
James Brolin ............ Sgt.Thibideaux
John Crowther ........... Captain Langgaard
Charles Kuenstle ........ Sergeant Clem Garnet
Don Quine ............... Sergeant Ed Hansen
Tom Stern ............... Sgt. Pete Pierson
John Crowther ........... Captain Langgaard
(Hans Gudegast as Capt. Zoller ?)
(Mark Russell as radio operator ?)
Synopsis:
With an important mission scheduled, bombers of the 918th are plagued by sabotage. [RF]

2.03 [35] 12 O'Clock High: THEN CAME THE MIGHTY HUNTER
TCF-QM prod. no. 8306
27-Sep-1965
written by Jack Paritz
directed by László Benedek
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Beau Bridges ........... Cpl. Steven Corbett
Andrew Duggan .......... Brigadier General Britt
Ted Bessell ............ Corporal Smith
Judy Carne ............. Floy
Tom Skerritt
........... Sergeant Ben Rodale
Carol Booth ............ Gillian Denby
William Christopher .... G.I. Patient
Robert Dornan .......... Co-Pilot (recurring)
John Garwood ........... Gunner
John Hanek ............. Abbot
Nora Marlowe ........... Mavis Denby
Rick Newton ............ Beegeebird
Will Sage .............. Major Percy
Jane Wilde ............. Annabelle
(James Beggs as W.C. Robertson ?)
Synopsis:
A gunner cracks after a mission and admits to being underage. [RF]

2.04 [36] 12 O'Clock High: THE IDOLATOR
TCF-QM prod. no. 8308
04-Oct-1965 ABC (rebroadcast 02May66)
Teleplay by Gerald Sanford and Marc Huntly
story by Gustave Field
directed by László Benedek
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Jodie Copelan.
Guest cast:
Gary Lockwood .......... Lieutenant Josh McGraw
Lee Meriwether ......... Captain Vincent
Robert Hogan ........... Lt. Guy Kelly
Albert Szabo ........... Russian Major
Paul Mantee ............ Lieutenant Constantinius
Jerry Ayres ............ Lieutenant
Robert Dornan .......... Gallagher's Co-Pilot (recurring)
(Lee Meriwether as Capt. Phyllis Vincent)
Synopsis:
A reckless lieutenant fabricates stories to cover detours onto
unapproved missions. [RF]

2.05 [37] 12 O'Clock High: BIG BROTHER
TCF-QM prod. no. 8302
11-Oct-1965 ABC (rebroadcast 11Apr66)
written by Jack Turley
directed by Jerry Hopper
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Jack Lord .............. Lieutenant Colonel Preston Gallagher
Julie Adams ............ Lieutenant Betty Russo
Bernard Fox ............ Major Dutton
Robert Colbert ......... Lieutenant Colonel Frank Bailey
Douglas Henderson ...... Major Lecroy
Ken Lynch .............. Master Sgt. Orland
Robert Biheller ........ Sergeant Oscar Bessy
Ted Markland ........... Sergeant
Harry Millard .......... Captain Strader
Trevor Cuming .......... Scout Officer
Robert Sorrells ........ Staff Sgt. Clyde Webhorn
William Swan ........... Lieutenant
Robert Dornan .......... Capt. Johnson
Hans Heyde ............. German Officer
Synopsis:
Gallagher's brother, a lieutenant colonel, blames a costly German
attack on the landing of Gallagher's squadron. [RF]

2.06 [38] 12 O'Clock High: THE HOTSHOT
TCF-QM prod. no. 8303
18-Oct-1965 ABC (rebroadcast 18Apr66)
written by Robert Lewin
directed by Richard Donner
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Warren Oates ........... Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Troper
Jill Ireland ........... Alyce Carpenter
Jill Haworth ........... Fay Vendry
Walter Brooke .......... Roy Saxon
Seymour Cassel ......... Captain Johnson
Gunnar Hellstrom ....... Colonel Falkenstein
George Brenlin ......... Lt. Bukich
Charles Kuenstle ....... Sgt. Garnet
Tom Symonds ............ Waiter
(William Bryant as Major Greentree ?)
(Mark Russell as Lt. Bobo Heath ?)
Synopsis:
Gallagher faces a challenge from the leader of a P-51 fighter squadron,
who blames the B-17 pilots for the loss of a plane. [RF]

2.07 [39] 12 O'Clock High: SHOW ME A HERO, I'LL SHOW YOU A BUM
TCF-QM prod. no. 8309
25-Oct-1965
written by Robert Hamner
directed by Richard Donner
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Lois Nettleton ......... Susan Nesbitt
Lloyd Bochner .......... Kirby Wyatt
Anne Whitfield ......... Pamela Hurley
Burt Reynolds .......... Technical Sergeant Chapman
Steven Bell ............ Sgt. Roberts
Lee Farr ............... Major Benson
Jill Haworth ........... Fay Vendry
Michael McDonald ...... Staff Sgt. Weber
Pat O'Hara ............. Air Raid Warden
Charles McDaniel ....... Control Officer
Ira Barmak ............. G.I. Reporter
Shawn Michaels ......... Civilian Reporter
Mike Doherty ........... London M.P.
(John Marlin as maitre d' ?)

2.08 [40] 12 O'Clock High: RUNWAY IN THE DARK
TCF-QM prod. no. 8311
01-Nov-1965
written by Robert Lewin
directed by Robert Douglas
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Jodie Copelan.
Guest cast:
Albert Paulsen ......... Arn Borg
Jill Haworth ........... Lt. Fay Vendry
Jack Weston ............ Captain "Chub" Willis
Dinah Ann Rogers ....... Cynthia Finlay
Pat Cardi .............. Christian Borg
Gil Stuart ............. British Officer
Donald Ein ............. Sven
Robert Dornan .......... Co-Pilot (recurring)
Peter Bourne ........... Norwegian Civilian

2.09 [41] 12 O'Clock High: I AM THE ENEMY
TCF-QM prod. no. 8312
08-Nov-1965 ABC
written by Anthony Spinner
directed by Robert Gist
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
William Shatner ........ Major Kurt Brown
Elen Willard ........... Elizabeth Hoffman
Peter Marko ............ Captain Forbes
Walter Gregg ........... Lieutenant Daniels
Tom Palmer ............. Capt. Donalson
Adam Roarke ............ Capt. Davis
Richard Schuyler ....... Davis' Co-Pilot
Robert Dornan .......... Co-Pilot (recurring)
Tom Falk ............... Young Officer
Richard Brander ........ Tail Gunner
Claude Johnson ......... Waist Gunner
Synopsis:
A fanatical hatred for his former countrymen drives a German-born lead
pilot to fly reckless missions. [RF]

2.10 [42] 12 O'Clock High: GRANT ME NO FAVOR
TCF-QM prod. no. 8307
15-Nov-1965 ABC (rebroadcast 25Apr66)
written by Anthony Spinner
directed by Robert Douglas
Guest cast:
Barry Sullivan ......... Lieutenant General Max Gallagher
Frank Aletter .......... Lieutenant Colonel Bill Christy
Jacqueline Russell ..... WAC Captain
Don Spruance ........... Capt. Don Edwards
Gil Stuart ............. RAF Wing Commander
Kirby Brumfield ........ Max's Aide
Mike Doherty ........... M.P. Officer
Robert Dornan .......... Gallagher's Co-Pilot (recurring)
Rick Falk .............. Christy's co-pilot
Robert Hathaway ........ Wounded N.C.O.
(Charise Eland as WAC non com ?)

2.11 [43] 12 O'Clock High: STORM AT TWILIGHT
TCF-QM prod. no. 8315
22-Nov-1965
Teleplay by Anthony Spinner/ Story by James Doherty
directed by Robert Gist
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Jodie Copelan.
Guest cast:
Ted Knight ............. Lieutenant Colonel Rogers
Ray McGrath ............ Young Lieutenant
Ken Baechel ............ Capt. Lou Brewer
William Cort ........... Capt. Phil Kelly
Glenn Sipes ............ Officer
Don Spruance ........... Stovall's Co-Pilot
James Devine ........... Navigator
Bruce Glover ........... Waist Gunner
(George Sims as bombardier ?)

2.12 [44] 12 O'Clock High: WE'RE NOT COMING BACK
prod.no. 8304
29-Nov-1965
written by Philip Saltzman & Dan Ullman
directed by Jerry Hopper
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Ina Balin .............. Mara Vellich
George Voskovec ........ Nicolas Vellich
John Hoyt .............. General von Leyden
Gunnar Hellstrom ....... Colonel Falkenstein
Seymour Cassel ......... Captain Mike Johnson
Gabrielle Rossillon .... Sophie
William Arvin .......... Capt. Dan Lowell
Charles Kuenstle ....... Sgt. Clem Garnet
Peter Coe .............. Gregore
Michael Forest ......... Mikhail
Sasha Harden ........... Capt. Gunter
Walter Friedel ......... German Officer
Hans Heyde ............. German Soldier
Rick West .............. German Guard
(Ilze Taurins as Marianne ?)
Synopsis:
Forced to ditch in Yugoslavia, Gallagher's crew accepts help from
partisans with questionable loyalties.[RF]

2.13 [45] 12 O'Clock High: THE JONES BOYS
TCF-QM prod. no. 8314
06-Dec-1965 ABC (rebroadcast 06Jun66)
written by William D. Gordon
directed by Robert Douglas
director of photography: George T. Clemens
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Andrew Prine ........... Lieutenant Jaydee Jones
Bruce Dern ............. Technical Sergeant Frank Jones
Burt Reynolds .......... Technical Sergeant Chapman
Peter Mark Richman ..... Colonel Kendall Hunter
Susan Seaforth ......... Lieutenant Jean Warner
Logan Field ............ Captain Mason
Ted Gehring ............ Sgt. Fazio
John Ward .............. Sgt. Peters
Robert Bolger .......... Gunner
Garrison True .......... Gunner
Ed Deemer .............. M.P.
Bruce Dern ............. Tech. Sgt. Jones
Burt Douglas ........... Co-Pilot
Noel Drayton ........... The Briton
Synopsis:
A black-marketeer pressures a pilot who feels responsible for losing a plane and a co-pilot.[RF]

2.14 [46] 12 O'Clock High: BETWEEN THE LINES
a.k.a.- "A Journey toward the river"
TCF-QM prod. no. 8310
13-Dec-1965 ABC (rebroadcast 09May66)
Teleplay by Andy Lewis/ Story by Coles Trapnell
directed by Gerald Mayer
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Walter Hannemann
Guest cast:
Donald Harron .......... Master Sergeant Trask
Philip Bruns ........... Lieutenant Gargas
Larry Gates ............ Major General Stace
Ken Drake .............. Brigadier General Krasker
Lydia Markova .......... Anya
Sasha Harden ........... German Captain
Eric Forst ............. German Lieutenant
Norbert Meisel ......... German Sergeant
Steve Wolfson .......... Rescue Pilot
Richard Brander ........ Right Waist Gunner
Hans Heyde ............. German Soldier
Synopsis:
Enemy fire causes Gallagher's plane, carrying secret passengers and
data, to go down between the German and Russian fronts. [RF]

2.15 [47] 12 O'Clock High: TARGET 802
TCF-QM prod. no. 8313
27-Dec-1965
Teleplay by Sherman Yellen & Marc Huntly
story by Sherman Yellen
directed by Robert Douglas
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Wright King ............ Major Coefield
Lisa Pera .............. Claudine Corbelle
Lou Antonio ............ Captain Bing Pollard
Harry Townes ........... Brigadier General Marten
Anthony Zerbe .......... Captain Burgdorf
Jacques Roux ........... Marcel Lenoir
Jean Del Val ........... Pierre Fecamp
Rees Vaughn ............ Lt. Davis
George Brenlin ......... Lt. Jerry Parks
Gerald Michenaud ....... Jean Paul Corbelle
Robert Dornan .......... Co-Pilot (recurring)
Bobby Pickett .......... G.I. Patient
Synopsis:
A French woman swears revenge after one of Gallagher's planes
mistakenly drops bombs that kill her father and injure her son. [RF]

2.16 [48] 12 O'Clock High: FALLING STAR
TCF-QM prod. no. 8316
03-Jan-1966 ABC (rebroadcast 20Jun66)
written by Andy Lewis
directed by László Benedek
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Jodie Copelan
Guest cast:
James Daly ............. Colonel Gus "Pappy" Wexler
Barbara Shelley ........ Mrs. Clyde-Bryce
David Macklin .......... Lt. Booth
Judy Carne ............. Doris
Paul Comi .............. Capt. Banazak
Robert Dornan .......... Lt. Fowler (recurring)
John Luce .............. Lt. Clark
Jayne Massey ........... WAC Sergeant

2.17 [49] 12 O'Clock High: THE SLAUGHTER PEN
TCF-QM prod. no. 8317
10-Jan-1966
written by Dave Lewis & Andy Lewis
directed by Robert Douglas
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Juliet Mills ........... Sydney Vivyan
Harry Guardino ......... Captain Barney Deel
Michael Rennie ......... General Keighley
John van Dreelen ....... General Kurt Reger
John Alderson .......... Sergeant Dunbar
David Frankham ......... Col. Vivyan
Walter Friedel ......... Col. Mahler
John Lasell ............ Col. Thom
Ted Dudomaine .......... Eddington
Robert Dornan .......... Lt. Fowler (recurring)
Rees Vaughn ............. Capt. Kelly
Pat O'Hara ............. Postman
Heinz Brinkmann ........ German radioman
Peter Hellman .......... German Radarman

2.18 [50] 12 O'Clock High: UNDERGROUND
TCF-QM prod. no. 8319
17-Jan-1966
Teleplay by James Doherty & Coles Trapnell
story by Robert Lewin
directed by Robert Douglas
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Jodie Copelan.
Guest cast:
Robert Walker .......... Karl Weigand
Claudine Longet ........ Liane
Whit Bissell ........... George Richardson
Emile Genest ........... Leduc
Norbert Schiller ....... Clioche
Robert Walker Jr. ...... Karl Weigand
Tom Palmer ............. Capt. Peter Wright
Frank Wilcox ........... Wilson Sechrist
Maurice Marsac ......... Foulard
Jacques Roux ........... Emile
Chuck Courtney ......... Francois
Bud Walls .............. The Shadower
Seymour Cassel ......... B-17 Pilot
Robert Boon ............ Train Guard
Horst Ebersberg ........ German Sentry
Sasha Harden ........... Winery Guard
Norbert Meisel ......... Bridge Guard
Erik Holland ........... Patrol Captain
Nickolaus Kopp ......... Swiss Officer
George Perina .......... Swiss Officer
Synopsis:
After bailing out over Switzerland, Gallagher must make his way back to
England through Nazi occupied France to deliver vital information -
with the grudging help of a German deserter who's being sought by the Gestapo.[RF]

2.19 [51] 12 O'Clock High: WHICH WAY THE WIND BLOWS
TCF-QM prod. no. 8318
24-Jan-1966
written by James M. Miller
directed by László Benedek
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Dina Merrill ........... Captain Patricia Bates
Med Flory .............. Captain Bright
Michael Macready ....... Lieutenant Rogers
Robert Yuro ............ Maj. Fitzsimmons
Robert Dornan .......... Capt. Fowler (recurring)
Richard Schuyler ....... Capt. Blodget's Co-Pilot
Jack Greening .......... Air Raid Warden
Synopsis:
Gen. Britt brings in a WAC weather forecaster to help prevent combat
losses due to unexpected weather hazards.[RF]

2.20 [52] 12 O'Clock High: THE OUTSIDER
TCF-QM prod. no. 8320
31-Jan-1966 ABC (rebroadcast 18Jul66)
written by Ellis Marcus
directed by Don Medford
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
James MacArthur ........ Lieutenant Harley Wilson
Lee Meriwether ......... Captain Phylllis Vincent
Patrick Wayne .......... Lieutenant Gabriel
James Callahan ......... Major Temple
Dabney Coleman ......... Captain Robbins
John Newton ............ Steve Harkness
Ollie O'Toole .......... Barnes
Sammy Jackson .......... Lt. Mikler
Vikki Harrington ...... Agnes
Lee Millar ............. Toley
Robert Dornan .......... Co-Pilot (recurring)
Synopsis:
An error-prone pilot ignores orders in an attempt to prove himself.[RF]

2.21 [53] 12 O'Clock High: BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD
TCF-QM prod. no. 8321
07-Feb-1966 ABC (rebroadcast 25Jul66)
written by Dave Lewis & Andy Lewis
directed by Gerald Mayer
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Burgess Meredith ....... Dr. Rink
Alf Kjellin ............ Colonel Ehrland
Robert Boon ............ Capt. Schiller
Richard Brander ........ Lt. Butler
Barry Cahill ........... Capt. Douglas
Robert Dornan .......... Capt. Fowler (recurring)
Robert Doyle ........... Master Sgt. Zemler
Lee Farr ............... Maj. Rice
Walter Friedel ......... Capt. Schmidt
Hal Stalmaster ......... Lieutenant Gurney
Robert Sorrells ........ M.P. Lieutenant
Susan Denberg .......... German Girl
Synopsis:
A civilian master technician invents a device that allows B-17's to
bomb accurately through cloud cover.[RF]

2.22 [54] 12 O'Clock High: TWENTY-FIFTH MISSION
TCF-QM prod. no. 8322
14-Feb-1966
written by Carey Wilber
directed by Lawrence Dobkin
director of photography: Richard H. Kline;
film editor: Jodie Copelan.
Guest cast:
Bradford Dillman ....... Major Tom Parsons
Antoinette Bower ....... Naomi Rockford
Don Galloway ........... Captain Bruce Cowley
Tom Skerritt ........... Lieutenant Paddy Gialella
Wade Graham ............ T/Sgt.Sperling
Robert Dornan .......... Captain Fowler (recurring)
Barry Cahill ........... Captain Douglas
Don Spruance ........... Major Parsons' Co-pilot
Ron Kramer ............. Gunner
James Drake ............ Colonel
Garth Pillsbury ........ Colonel
Synopsis:
A talented pilot suffering internal anxieties learns that a miscount
means he must fly one more mission.[RF]

2.23 [55] 12 O'Clock High: THE SURVIVOR
TCF-QM prod. no. 8323
21-Feb-1966
written by Philip Saltzman
directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Don Gordon ............. Captain Bradovich
Jill Ireland ........... Sara Blodgett
Don Quine .............. Lieutenant John Tourneau
Carl Reindel ........... Lt. Dickey
Bill Sargent ........... Lt. Stan Ainsley
Robert Dornan .......... Capt. Fowler (recurring)
Bert Douglas ........... Lt. Williams
Peter Marko ............ Tech. Sgt. Braak
Seymour Cassel ......... Left Waist Gunner
Wally Strauss .......... Lieutenant Tourneau's co-pilot
Tom Symonds ............ Barkeep
Synopsis:
Gallagher discovers the reason behind a pilot's cold, belligerent attitude.[RF]

2.24 [56] 12 O'Clock High: ANGEL BABE
-aka- The Moral airplane
TCF-QM prod. no. 8324
28-Feb-1966 ABC (rebroadcast 08Aug66)
Written by Preston Wood
directed by Robert Douglas.
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips;
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Roddy McDowall ......... Sergeant Billy Willets
Frank Aletter .......... Sergeant Prinzi
Les Brown, Jr. ......... Sergeant Harker
Lee Patterson .......... Major Budd
Tom Stern .............. Lt. John Drennan
Don Dubbins ............ Lt. McKennon
Jonathan Lippe ......... Sergeant Bonneyman
Michael Murphy ......... Sergeant Marven
Synopsis:
"Angel Babe" is a B-17 bomber with a personality, a fighting lady who
doesn't want to quit - not even when her retirement orders come through.[RF]

2.25 [57] 12 O'Clock High: DECOY
TCF-QM prod. no. 8325
07-Mar-1966 ABC (rebroadcast 15Aug66)
Script by Lou Shaw
Directed by Gerald Mayer
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Jodie Copelan.
Guest cast:
Michael Callan ......... Captain Powell
Carl Schell ............ Captain Wessel
Dinah Anne Rogers ...... Margaret
Bill Zuckert ........... General Hardy
Len Wayland ............ Captain Bolling
Robert Ivers ........... B-17 Pilot
Steven Harris .......... Sgt. Miller
Eric Micklewood ........ Hammond
Vikki Harrington ....... Girl
Nigel McKeand .......... British Soldier
John McLiam ............ Fisherman
Karl Sadler ............ German Sailor
Synopsis:
Returning from a conference in Scotland, Gallagher is forced to ditch
in the North Sea with air transport pilot Anthony Powell - a
goldbricking playboy whom Gallagher once washed out of the 918th.[RF]

2.26 [58] 12 O'Clock High: THE HOLLOW MAN
TCF-QM prod. no. 8326
14-Mar-1966 ABC (rebroadcast 29Aug66)
written by Gustave Field and Marc Huntly
directed by Robert Douglas
director of photography: Frank V. Phillips
film editor: Stanley E. Rabjohn.
Guest cast:
Robert Drivas .......... Captain Bolen
Paul Carr .............. Captain Lewis
Marion Thompson ........ Ruth Wagner
Alan Reed Jr ........... Lieutenant Nielsen
Cec Linder ............. Ken Shaw
Robert Dornan .......... Capt. Fowler (recurring)
Barry Cahill ........... Doctor
Curt Lowens ............ SS Officer
Laurie Mock ............ Surgical Nurse
Jack Raine ............. Rector
Peter Baron ............ Co-Pilot
Richard Brander ........ Waist Gunner
Synopsis:
A pilot just returned from five months in a German prison camp freezes
during a practice flight, resulting in a major crash.[RF]

2.27 [59] 12 O'Clock High: CROSS-HAIRS ON DEATH
TCF-QM prod. no. 8327
21-Mar-1966
written by Robert Lewin
directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
director of photography: Kenneth Peach
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
James Franciscus ....... Captain Thomas Carpenter
H.M. Wynant ............ Sergeant Stan Holcombe
Roger Perry ............ Captain Vic Enright
Barry Cahill ........... Doctor
Ross Elliott ........... MP Major
Garth Pillsbury ........ Captain
Raoul Perez ............ Seaman
Paul Aaron ............. Corporal
Rand Brooks ............ Finance Officer
Barry Cahill ........... Doctor
Robert Dornan .......... Capt. Fowler (recurring)
Victoria George ........ WAC
Synopsis:
A dishonorably discharged flier masquerades as a replacement pilot in
order to fly one combat mission.[RF]

2.28 [60] 12 O'Clock High: DAY OF RECKONING
TCF-QM prod. no. 8328
28-Mar-1966
written by Halsted Welles
directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
director of photography: Kenneth Peach
film editor: Jodie Copelan.
Guest cast:
Charles Aidman ......... Captain Archer (Chaplin)
John van Dreelen ....... Major Schindler
Jan Malmsjo ............ Sergeant Luchen
Eric Braeden (aka Hans Gudegast) ...... Major Bentz
Dinah Anne Rogers ...... Winifred Broome
Barry Cahill ........... Capt. Douglas
William Cort ........... First Officer
Robert Dornan .......... Capt. Fowler (recurring)
Jordan Rhodes .......... G.I. Workman
Gerald Hauser .......... 2nd Soldier
Walter Goodrich ........ Guard
Martin Bolger .......... Guard
Thurman Brown .......... Guard
Synopsis:
A grief-stricken chaplain unwittingly provides the chance for two
German prisoners to try to blow up Archbury's bomb dumps.[RF]

2.29 [61] 12 O'Clock High: SIREN VOICES
TCF-QM prod. no. 8329
04-Apr-1966
Teleplay by Carey Wilber/ Story by Ed Kelso
directed by Robert Douglas
director of photography: Kenneth Peach
film editor: Walter Hannemann.
Guest cast:
Juliet Mills ........... Helen
Edward Mulhare ......... Kurt Halland
Rhys Williams .......... Ian Conboy
Victoria Shaw .......... Patti Conboy
Byron Keith ............ Col. Cameron
Curt Lowens ............ Ludwig Hofstein
Hank Brandt ............ Sgt. Froelich
Michael St. Clair ...... Mayhew
Lyn Peters ............. Sue
William Wellman Jr. .... Sgt. Ellers
Robert Dornan .......... Capt. Fowler (recurring)
Sasha Harden ........... Muller
Peter Hellman .......... Gestapo Officer
Peter Brocco ........... Waiter
Rena Horten ............ German WAF
Mischa Hausserman ...... German Radioman
Synopsis:
A British girl broadcasting for the Germans as a double agent obtains
codes and frequencies for the Allies.[RF]

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