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Willy Moss (Character)
from McHale's Navy (1964)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Radioman Willy Moss

Filmography

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  1. "McHale's Navy"
        - Wally for Congress (1966) TV episode, Played by John Wright
        - Binghamton at 20 Paces (1966) TV episode, Played by John Wright
        - An Ensign's Best Friend (1966) TV episode, Played by John Wright
        - The McHale Grand Prix (1966) TV episode, Played by John Wright
        - Who Was That German I Saw You With? (1966) TV episode, Played by John Wright
          (133 more)
  2. McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force (1965) Played by John Wright
  3. McHale's Navy (1964) Played by John Wright
  4. "Alcoa Premiere"
    ... aka "Fred Astaire's Premiere Theatre" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "Premiere, Presented by Fred Astaire" - USA (alternative title)
        - Seven Against the Sea (1962) TV episode, Played by Bobby Wright

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Fun Stuff

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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