Combat!: Season 4, Episode 22

Ask Me No Questions (8 Feb. 1966)

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Saunders is imprisoned in a German compound where an enemy soldier is posing as a GI.

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Episode cast overview:
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Lt. Hanley (credit only)
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Mastin
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Cpl. Coker
Carl Reindel ...
Pvt. Murray
Craig Curtis ...
Pvt. Beecher
Curt Lowens ...
Capt. Haus
Charles Maxwell ...
Corp. Giles
Vic Dana ...
Pvt. James
Henry Evans ...
Pvt. Rogers (as Henry Evens)
Ted Jordan ...
Pvt. Brand
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First German Sentry
John Siegfried ...
2nd German Sentry
Mark Tobin ...
1st German Soldier
Ivan Henry Fairbanks ...
2nd German Soldier
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Saunders and several other GIs are prisoners in a holding compound. Little do they know Staff Sgt. Mastin played by Claude Akins is really a German plant trying to get information from the GIs before they are sent to a permanent POW camp. Akins is very good at his job of getting the GIs to talk about their own outfits and divulge valuable information. Later, after finding out Akins is really an impostor, Saunders has to figure out how to counteract the damage that has been done. Written by David Wile

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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