Combat!: Season 5, Episode 17

Gadjo (17 Jan. 1967)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Drama | War
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Saunders tangles with Barbu, a wily gypsy.

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Lt. Hanley (credit only)
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Barbu
Jack Hogan ...
Conlan Carter ...
Doc
Pierre Jalbert ...
William Bryant ...
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SS Major Krieghoffen
Pat Renella ...
Razna
Tony Benson ...
Andras (as Anthony Benson)
Hank Brandt ...
Sgt. Denfler
Beau Vanden Ecker ...
Gypsy
Larry Grant ...
Gypsy
Eugene Iglesias ...
Kako
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Saunders tangles with Barbu, a wily gypsy.

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Excellent Episode with Partisan Fighters
21 July 2008 | by (Bradenton, FL) – See all my reviews

Sgt. Saunders and company teams up with French Partisans to fight the Germans. First of all, the battle scenes were very realistic. One of the men kicks the dead soldiers to make sure they are dead. And they really did that in WWII.

Ricardo Montalban is a Partisan,(named Barbu) and in the battle, loses his son (also a Partisan). He gives the most moving speech. His acting is incredible, you could feel his pain, it was that good.

So then Barbu has to decide to kill the German officer they captured, when he escapes. I won't give the ending away.

For your information: Partisans are civilians who fought for freedom, when their country was occupied. Also called 'Guerrillas', or 'Resistance Fighters'.


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