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Series cast summary:
Dee Aaker ...
 Russell the Muscle (26 episodes, 1955)
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 Spin Evans (6 episodes, 1955)
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 Martin 'Marty' Markham (6 episodes, 1955)
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 Col. Logan (6 episodes, 1955)
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 Bill Burnett (6 episodes, 1955)

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4 November 1955 (USA)  »

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The budget for this series was $513,480. The series came in about $60,000 over budget, mostly due to a strike by the Screen Actors' Guild. See more »

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Col. Logan: Spin, what are you doing here?
Spin Evans: Well, I got a letter today, sir. It's definite I can't come back to the Triple R next year.
Col. Logan: Next year's a long time off. We'll worry about it then.
Spin Evans: That isn't why I'm here. I was just wondering what it must be like to be Marty right now, waiting for a phone call, waiting for his family to tell him that he has to leave the Triple R tonight and maybe never come back.
Col. Logan: Well, that we don't know yet, boy.
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Takes me back in time...
12 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just recently purchased the DVD set and have watched the first DVD. Like all the others on this post, I, too, would race home to watch this show. Yeah a little corny by today's standards, I guess, but the innocence and clean cut type stories are refreshing.

My grandsons (4 & 5 1/2) sat and watched part of the DVD with me. I think it was hard to get them interested because it was in black and white....I kept telling them, "look at the horsies" -- and they thought it was a bit boring....a sign of the times, I guess. But, I will not give up!

I had a crush on Spin....he was a cutie. And then when "Annette" came into the picture, I was really glued to the TV set! I hope they bring that series to us on DVD....does anyone know if it is available?


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