One of the Black sheep has his plane damaged and tries to make for an island known as England. He comes down between Japanese forces and an English coast watcher and the race is on to save him.

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One of the Black sheep has his plane damaged and tries to make for an island known as England. He comes down between Japanese forces and an English coast watcher and the race is on to save him.

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6 April 1978 (USA)  »

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Frampton
29 May 2008 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Peter Frampton supposedly offered to cut his trademark long hair -- at the time a major aspect of his persona -- to appear in this episode. The producers supposedly told him he could keep it long because his character, a coast watcher, would have been in the jungle for a long time and, presumably, unable to get a haircut. But he looked pretty clean and shaved otherwise, and had his own camp and all. They probably should have let him cut his hair. He looks pretty good now with it short. Overall, though, I think his presence makes this one of the series' more memorable episodes. He certainly made a wiser choice with this role than with "Sgt. Pepper."


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