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Ensign Charles Parker (Character)
from "McHale's Navy" (1962)

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McHale's Navy: :  -- Binghamton has Parker assigned as his aide when he discovers that the ensign is related to Vice Admiral Parker.
McHale's Navy: Season 4: Episode 30 -- Binghamton's moment of planned heroism intended to impress a politician is ruined by a GI patrol.
McHale's Navy: Season 4: Episode 29 -- Binghamton lands himself on the field of honor opposing a dead-shot nobleman.
McHale's Navy: Season 4: Episode 28 -- Binghamton is determined to make an example of Parker for fraternizing.
McHale's Navy: Season 4: Episode 27 -- Binghamton finds himself at odds with a car race arranged by McHale and his men.

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  1. McHale's Navy (1997) Played by David Alan Grier

  2. "McHale's Navy"
        - Wally for Congress (1966) TV episode, Played by Tim Conway
        - Binghamton at 20 Paces (1966) TV episode, Played by Tim Conway
        - An Ensign's Best Friend (1966) TV episode, Played by Tim Conway
        - The McHale Grand Prix (1966) TV episode, Played by Tim Conway
        - Who Was That German I Saw You With? (1966) TV episode, Played by Tim Conway
          (133 more)
  3. McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force (1965) Played by Tim Conway
  4. McHale's Navy (1964) Played by Tim Conway

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From "McHale's Navy: My Son, the Skipper (#4.24)" (1966)
Captain Wallace B. Binghamton: [the crew is thought dead when Parker takes a bullet leaving Binghamton alone] Parker, Parker, you stopped the guns. Where did they get you boy? Where did they get you?
Ensign Charles Parker: It doesn't matter now, Sir. I... I'm just going to the big PT boat in the sky.
Captain Wallace B. Binghamton: Oh no, no, no no... Parker? Parker? Parker? Oh, thank goodness your still with me boy. Thank goodness, you can't die lad until I ask you a question. How do you start the boat?
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