Call to Glory: Season 1, Episode 1

Call to Glory (13 Aug. 1984)

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Episode credited cast:
Jackie Sarnac
David Hollander ...
David Lain Baker ...
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When Craig T. Nelson was filming Call to Glory, he received rides in several Air Force fighter planes for familiarization purposes, and to help him get more into character during flying sequences. On one particular flight in an F-16B Fighting Falcon, the aircraft suffered electrical failure shortly after takeoff. Nelson and his pilot nearly had to eject from the aircraft, but fortunately, the pilot was able to safely land the jet. See more »


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Why was it never screened again?
6 May 2001 | by (Dunedin, New Zealand) – See all my reviews

I must have seen TV advertising of the series coming up (it was screened in 1986 and 1987 in New Zealand.) It was certainly a "must see" and probably prompted me to buy my first VCR. Subsequently I taped all the series from episode three onwards. My big question is why was it never screened again? It was (still is) quality viewing.

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