Armstrong Circle Theatre: Season 2, Episode 33

The Sergeant (29 Apr. 1952)

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Four men are in a hospital suffering with injuries sustained in the Korean War, when their sergeant is brought in with head injuries. They blame him for wiping out their platoon by ... See full summary »

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Anthony Ross
Don Hanmer
Robert W. Brown ...
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Lloyd Knight
Tige Andrews
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Four men are in a hospital suffering with injuries sustained in the Korean War, when their sergeant is brought in with head injuries. They blame him for wiping out their platoon by screaming at the wrong time. The doctor, with the aid of two nurses, proves to the four that the sergeant, a hero in earlier actions, gave way to fear and that they are no better than him. Written by Anonymous

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