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Virgil Edwards (Character)
from McHale's Navy (1964)

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Alternate Names:
Virgil

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  1. McHale's Navy (1997) Played by Bruce Campbell (as Virgil)

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

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Quotes:
From "McHale's Navy: Send This Ensign to Camp (#3.25)" (1965)
Lester Gruber: [the crew is looking at Ensign Parker's old summer camp photo album] Hey, who's that guy over there? The guy with the hairy knees.
Ensign Charles Parker: Huh? Oh! That's Uncle Woody. He was our camp counselor. Boy, he was a great guy. Taught me how to swim in one lesson.
Virgil Edwards: In one lesson? You're kiddin'!
Ensign Charles Parker: No, really! He just took me out on the boat in the middle of the lake and threw me in.
Willy Moss: Man, that's really the hard way!
Ensign Charles Parker: Oh, once I cut my way out of the sack, it was easy. Boy, those were the good old days.
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