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Ens. Frank Pulver (Character)
from Mister Roberts (1955)

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Alternate Names:
Ens. Frank Thurlowe Pulver / Ensign Frank Pulver / Ensign Pulver


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  1. Mister Roberts (1984) (TV) Played by Kevin Bacon

  2. "Mister Roberts"
        - Captain, My Captain (1966) TV episode, Played by Steve Harmon (as Ensign Frank Pulver)
        - In Love and War (1966) TV episode, Played by Steve Harmon (as Ensign Frank Pulver)
        - Undercover Cook (1966) TV episode, Played by Steve Harmon (as Ensign Frank Pulver)
        - Unwelcome Aboard (1966) TV episode, Played by Steve Harmon (as Ensign Pulver)
        - Son of Eight in Every Port (1966) TV episode, Played by Steve Harmon (as Ensign Pulver)
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  3. Ensign Pulver (1964) Played by Robert Walker Jr. (as Ensign Frank Pulver)

  4. Mister Roberts (1955) Played by Jack Lemmon (as Ens. Frank Thurlowe Pulver)

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From Mister Roberts (1955)
Lt. 'Doc': That's mostly what makes physical heroism. Opportunity. It's a reflex. I think that seventy-five out of a hundred young males have that reflex. You take any one of them. Say even Frank Thurlowe Pulver, here. Put him into a B-29 over Japan, and you know what you'd have?
Doug Roberts: No I don't, Doctor.
Lt. 'Doc': You'd have Pulver, the Congressional Medal of Honor winner. Pulver, who single-handed shot down twenty-three attacking Zeros. Pulver who, with his bare hands, held together the severed wing struts of his plane, and with his bare feet successfully landed his mortally wounded plane on his home field. Reflex. It's like the knee jerk. Strike the patella tendon in any human being, you produce the knee jerk. Look.
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