In a German-held village, Hanley's search for a wounded OSS officer is hampered by a precocious French boy.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sgt. Saunders (credit only)
Pat Michenaud ...
Jacques (as Patrick Michenaud)
Captain Clinton
Pvt. Walsh
German Drunk #1 (as Mike Stroka)
Chris Howard ...
German Drunk #2
Max Kleven ...
German Lt.
Paul Busch ...
German Soldier
Dick Raymond ...
German Soldier
Philip de Firmian ...
German Sgt. #1
Mark Russi ...
German Sgt. #2
Alf George ...
German at Chow Wagon (as Alf Georg)
Geoffrey Norman ...
German in truck
Captain Howard


After a booby trap kills the Captain, Lt. Hanley must take over his mission and find an American operative in a French village before the Germans find him. He is aided by a French orphan to eventually find the agent and get him out of the town. Written by Stevo15

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Action | Drama | War




Release Date:

11 November 1965 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Rick Jason's double climbs up onto a roof ledge and moves to the left side, out of camera view, where Rick Jason is waiting to come into view. But Rick Jason steps out too soon before the double is completely out of view. See more »

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9 Place Vendee
4 October 2014 | by (Mesa, AZ USA) – See all my reviews

"9 Place Vendee" is a suspense story involving Lieutenant Hanley going into a French village infested with Germans to rescue Captain Howard. Along the way he encounters several dangerous moments.

Rick Jason did an excellent job in his rescue role but "9 Place Vendee" suffers from a very weak script. In addition there's no heavy artillery fire or combat - the essence of the show. The German Lieutenant appears in critical condition early on but later turns into superman running away across the rooftops. Lieutenant Hanley decides to rescue Jacques' dog with a dozen Germans who would have easily seen him; no way. The truck escape scene was believable while the pharmacy scene was amusing & believable.

The suspense angle was a good idea but Writers' Lenard & Carneol needed some actual combat or artillery scenes to back it up. Director Alan Crosland Jr. should've picked up on the weakness of both the rooftop sequences and the dog rescue scene. Each could have been modified to be more believable.

As I watched "9 Place Vendee" the suspense kept my interest but there just was not enough to give it a high rating. They could've shortened the rooftop chase and showed heavy artillery knocking out the German command post 1 mile east of the village based on Captain Howard's intelligence info. Very average episode.

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