Famous Faces on "Combat! (Season One) TV Series

Here are some of the stars I recognized on this WW2 classic series...
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1.
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 17
The Squad (29 Jan. 1963)
"Reischer" (as James Callahan) ” - gattonero975
 
2.
Henry Daniell
London-born Henry Daniell began his career on the British stage, and continued it on the Broadway stage when he emigrated to the US. He entered films in 1929, and excelled at playing the suave, well-bred villain who could kill an enemy or start a war with a certain air of upper-class disdain, as if all of this effort was beneath him...
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 11
A Day in June (18 Dec. 1962)
"Minister" ” - gattonero975
 
3.
“ "Braddock" (8 Episodes)

Combat!: Season 1, Episode 4
Any Second Now (23 Oct. 1962)

Combat!: Season 1, Episode 11
A Day in June (18 Dec. 1962)

Combat!: Season 1, Episode 17
The Squad (29 Jan. 1963) ” - gattonero975
 
4.
Rick Jason
Actor, Combat!
The only child of a stockbroker and well-to-do mother, Richard Jason described himself as "second-generation nouveau riche" and a born romantic. Friends say he was affable, charming, driven and a real Renaissance man. A good student, popular with classmates and teachers, Jason's hellish behavior got him expelled from eight prep schools before he managed to graduate from Rhodes School...
“ "Lt. Hanley"
(152 episodes, 1962-1967) ” - gattonero975
 
5.
Vic Morrow
Actor, Combat!
Vic Morrow was born in the Bronx, New York, to Jean (Kress) and Harry Morrow, an electrical engineer. His parents were Russian Jewish immigrants. Morrow dropped out of high school at 17 to join the U.S. Navy. When he left the Navy, he used the G.I. Bill to study pre-law at Florida State. While Morrow was working on his degree in Law...
“ "Sgt. Saunders"
(152 episodes, 1962-1967) ” - gattonero975
 
6.
Micheline Presle
Dark-haired, Paris-born Micheline Presle (better known in the States as Micheline Prelle) was the daughter of a businessman and took acting classes as a teen. She was discovered by Georg Wilhelm Pabst and cast in Girls in Distress (Young Girls in Distress) and Four Flights to Love in which she played a dual role...
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 15
Just for the Record (15 Jan. 1963)
"Annette" ” - gattonero975
 
7.
Tom Skerritt
Actor, Alien
Lean, ruggedly handsome leading man and supporting actor whose "outdoor" looks have improved with age, Tom Skerritt attended Wayne State University and UCLA, and was first noticed in a UCLA production of "The Rainmaker" before making his movie debut in War Hunt. However, he spent most of the next decade in television...
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 11
A Day in June (18 Dec. 1962)
"Soldier" (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
8.
Harry Dean Stanton
Actor, Alien
Prolific character actor Harry Dean Stanton's drooping, weather-beaten appearance and superb acting talent have been his ticket to appearing in over 100 films, and 50 TV episodes. Stanton was born in West Irvine, Kentucky, to Ersel (Moberly), a cook, and Sheridan Harry Stanton, a barber and tobacco farmer...
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 11
A Day in June (18 Dec. 1962)
"Beecham" (as Dean Stanton) ” - gattonero975
 
9.
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 17
The Squad (29 Jan. 1963)
"Moseby Lovelace" ” - gattonero975
 
10.
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 4
Any Second Now (23 Oct. 1962)
"David Woodman" (as Alex Davion) ” - gattonero975
 
11.
Jack Hogan
Actor, Combat!
Jack Hogan was born and raised in North Carolina and studied architecture at the University of North Carolina. In 1948, bored by college life, he left U.N.C. and spent the next four years in the navy. During this time, he decided to become an actor and once discharged, he enrolled at the Pasadena (Calif.) Playhouse...
“ "Kirby"
(112 episodes)

Combat!: Season 1, Episode 11
A Day in June (18 Dec. 1962) (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
12.
Pierre Jalbert
Actor, Combat!
The son of a newspaperman, Canadian-born Pierre Jalbert graduated from Ouellet College and attended Laval University. A champion skier, he went to study art appreciation at the Sorbonne in Paris. In 1949 he visited Hollywood and later that year returned to Paris and joined a French film company as a production assistant...
“ "Caje"
(115 episodes) ” - gattonero975
 
13.
Alf Kjellin
Director, The Waltons
Although trained for the stage in his native Sweden, Alf Kjellin appeared in only a few stage productions before entering films. His work in Torment resulted in his being noticed by Hollywood, and he made his American film debut in 1949 under the name Christopher Kent. He soon went back to using his real name...
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 15
Just for the Record (15 Jan. 1963)
"Kurt" ” - gattonero975
 
14.
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 4
Any Second Now (23 Oct. 1962)
"Major Thompson" ” - gattonero975
 
15.
Lisa Montell
Smoulderingly beautiful and a fetching, exotic-eyed vision on the American screen during the 1950s and early 1960s, dark-maned Lisa Montell impressed more, especially to male filmgoers, as a lovely diversion amidst all the rugged terrain and tropical South Sea hazards than as a formidable actress. Similar in beauty and allure to the stunning Debra Paget and France Nuyen...
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 11
A Day in June (18 Dec. 1962)
"Marcelle" ” - gattonero975
 
16.
Dick Peabody
Actor, Combat!
He is best remembered for his role of 'Army Private Littlejohn' in the World War II television series, "Combat!" (1962 to 1967). Born in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1942, during World War II, he joined the United States Navy, and was discharged in 1945 as an Electronic Technician. Using his GI Bill, he studied electrical engineering at the University of Kansas City...
“ "Littlejohn"
(100 Episodes)

Combat!: Season 1, Episode 15
Just for the Record (15 Jan. 1963) (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
17.
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 11
A Day in June (18 Dec. 1962)
"Gardello" ” - gattonero975
 
18.
“ "Doc" (22 Episodes)

Combat!: Season 1, Episode 11
A Day in June (18 Dec. 1962) ” - gattonero975
 
19.
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 15
Just for the Record (15 Jan. 1963)
"Maj. Curruthers" (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
20.
“ Combat!: Season 1, Episode 4
Any Second Now (23 Oct. 1962)
"Anne Farell" ” - gattonero975