Wounded Littlejohn becomes a modern Gulliver.

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Lt. Hanley (credit only)
Dick Peabody ...
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Henri
Vicki Malkin ...
Christina
Jeremie Paul Andre ...
Marcel
Don-Antoine Fabrice ...
John
William Bramley ...
Desk Sergeant
Sasha Harden ...
Paul Busch ...
Sgt. Kolcheck
Horst Ebersberg ...
German Sentry
Joe Stead ...
Johnson
Angelo De Meo ...
Jeep Driver
Oliver C. Stine Jr. ...
Beau Vanden Ecker ...
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Wounded Littlejohn becomes a modern Gulliver.

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Action | Drama | War

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6 December 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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As the Messerschmitt is strafing Littlejohn, he is running toward the camera with the plane coming after him. Reminiscent of the scene in North By Northwest when Cary Grant is chased by a plane. See more »

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During the prologue when Littlejohn and the driver are strafed by the aircraft, he identifies it as a Messerschmitt. The plane has squared off wing tips and a bulging belly and is clearly an American P-51 "Mustang". See more »

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Where is Vic Morrow? Behind the camera
9 November 2013 | by (South Miami, Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

I wish I could say that any "Combat!" episode is exciting, but except for having a Littlejohn-centric episode, this one fell flat, for me.

Morrow does what he can with shots of Littlejohn stumbling deliriously through the woods, but once the children take over, only Peter Pan fans can really enjoy this episode.

Littlejohn is great, as always; and it's always fascinating to see, or not see, Vic behind the camera. But the children take over the show, and there are no children actors of the quality of Billy Mumy, Drew Barrymore, or even (hell) Asa Butterfield to give us some real scares. (Yes, I know, they were too young.)

Morrow did what he could with a floppy script. Not a great episode, though I want again to praise Littlejohn for doing all he could do to save it.

Morrow filmed some spooky woods and other spooky moments; almost, but not quite enough to save this episode. I hope that other viewers will like it more than I did.


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