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"Combat!" No Hallelujahs for Glory (1963)

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Luther Davis (teleplay & story)
Mort R. Lewis (teleplay)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
19 March 1963 (Season 1, Episode 24)
French underground blow their cover, believing their village is liberated. Actually Hanley's squad are retrieving a female photojournalist star... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Rick Jason ... Lt. Hanley

Vic Morrow ... Sgt. Saunders

Elizabeth Allen ... Eleanora Hunt
Jack Hogan ... Kirby
Dick Peabody ... Littlejohn

Pierre Jalbert ... PFC Paul 'Caje' LeMay
Steven Rogers ... Doc

Tom Lowell ... Billy Nelson
Angela Clarke ... Mme. Michelin

George Petrie ... Capt. Smith
Charles McDaniel ... Bearded Correspondent
Garry Walberg ... Thin Correspondent
Maurice Marsac ... Jacques
Jim Goodwin ... Mike (as James Goodwin)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Elsa Raven ... Village Woman At Window (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Paul Stanley 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Luther Davis  teleplay & story
Mort R. Lewis  teleplay

Produced by
Richard Caffey .... associate producer
Selig J. Seligman .... executive producer
Paul Stanley .... producer
Original Music by
Leonard Rosenman 
Cinematography by
Emmett Bergholz (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Richard L. Van Enger 
Casting by
James Lister 
Art Direction by
Philip Barber  (as Phil Barber)
George W. Davis 
Set Decoration by
H. Web Arrowsmith 
Henry Grace 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Morris Harmell .... assistant director
Sound Department
Bill Edmondson .... sound recordist
Franklin Milton .... sound recordist
Finn Ulback .... sound effects editor
Carol Daniels .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Earl C. Williman .... lamp operator (uncredited)
Editorial Department
James Moore .... post-production executive
Music Department
Richard Lapham .... supervising music editor
Leonard Rosenman .... composer: theme music

Series Crew
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Set Decoration by
Otto Sieger 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robert Webb .... second assistant director
Sound Department
Van Allen James .... sound editor
Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

60 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Westrex Recording System)


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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Life and Death in a French Village, 29 June 2017
Author: Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

When Sgt. Saunders is forced to escort the reckless, annoying and snoopy photojournalist Eleanora Hunt to a no man's land nearby the Trois Anges, he saves her life from the attack of two German soldiers. On the next morning, she sneaks out from the American camping area with two French underground members to photograph the village. Lt. Hanley is assigned by Capt. Smith to go with Saunders and a squad to seek out Eleanora. When the villagers see the American war correspondent, they mistakenly believe their village has been liberated. Mme. Michelin, who has hidden Canadian paratroopers from the Germans, discloses the members of the French underground in Trois Anges in public. Lt. Hanley arrives at the village with the squad and Saunders invites Mme. Michelin and the other members to leave the place with them. However Mme. Michelin tells that there are no traitors in their village and they decide to stay. Sgt. Saunders suspects that the members of resistance are in danger and asks permission to return to check. What will he find?

"No Hallelujahs for Glory" is a depressing episode of "Combat!" from the very beginning. The soldiers in the cold and wet France waiting for a hot meal is a sad scene. The irresponsible Eleanora Hunt is an awful character and is quite hard to believe how she managed the powers that be to come to the front as war correspondent to disturb the stressed soldiers with her reckless attitudes and no consequences for her acts. Vic Morrow and Rick Jason have fantastic performances again and their chemistry is amazing. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Sem Canções de Glória" ("Without Songs of Glory")

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