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"Combat!" The Masquers (1967)

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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
14 February 1967 (Season 5, Episode 21)
German soldiers are infiltrating the Allied lines dressed as Americans and Kirby is caught up in the action when he is involved in an ambush... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Excellent Episode minus regular cast See more (2 total) »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Rick Jason ... Lt. Hanley (credit only)

Vic Morrow ... Sgt. Saunders (credit only)
Nick Adams ... Cpl. Marty Roberts
Jack Hogan ... Kirby

Roger Perry ... Carl Driskoll

Gavin MacLeod ... British Cpl. Tommy Behan
Maurice Marsac ... Paul
Earl Parker ... Squad Leader
Paul Busch ... German Sergeant
John Nealson ... 1st American Soldier

Don Knight ... British Soldier
Skip Battyn ... American Soldier
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Walt Davis ... GI Impersonator (uncredited)
Angelo De Meo ... German Soldier (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Georg Fenady 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
William Robert Yates  written by (as William R. Yates)

Produced by
Richard Caffey .... producer
Georg Fenady .... associate producer
Selig J. Seligman .... executive producer
Original Music by
Leonard Rosenman 
Cinematography by
Emmett Bergholz (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Thomas J. McCarthy  (as Tom McCarthy)
Casting by
Marvin Paige 
Art Direction by
Philip Barber  (as Phil Barber)
Set Decoration by
Donald E. Webb 
Production Management
Dennis L. Judd II .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ralph Ferrin .... assistant director
Sound Department
Woodruff H. Clarke .... sound recordist
Jack A. Finlay .... supervising sound effects editor (as Jack Finlay)
Special Effects by
Bill Ferrier .... special effects
Editorial Department
James Moore .... post-production executive
Rod Stephens .... segment editor
Music Department
John Fresco .... music coordinator
Richard Lapham .... music supervisor
Leonard Rosenman .... composer: theme music
Other crew
Lloyd Anderson .... production executive (as Lloyd E. Anderson)
Robert Pirosh .... series developer
William Robert Yates .... story editor (as William R. Yates)

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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0 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Excellent Episode minus regular cast, 28 July 2012
Author: Bill-16 from Pennsylvania, United States

Episode about the real life practice of Germans disguised

as American GI's being put in behind the Allied Lines to

cause death and mayhem. It turns into a real WhoDunnit,

or should I say, Who's the Real German?

Kirby is the only regular in the episode, but that doesn't matter.

An excellent supporting cast and a solid story, never mind that Gavin MacLeod loses his "limey" accent in some scenes.

Nick Adams and Roger Perry were 2 of the biggest Guest Stars on TV at the time and Adams had his own earlier Series and had some Big Screen success as well.

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