The Gallant Men: Season 1, Episode 9

Fury in a Quiet Village (30 Nov. 1962)

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After Benedict's company has secured an Italian village from retreating Germans, the captain discovers there are no children there. After several unsuccessful attempts to resolve this ... See full summary »

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Robert McQueeney ...
William Reynolds ...
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Robert Gothie ...
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Angela
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Col. Shunesberg
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Marshall Kleindorff
Douglas Lambert ...
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Richard Angarola ...
Father Gefolia
Walter Janovitz ...
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After Benedict's company has secured an Italian village from retreating Germans, the captain discovers there are no children there. After several unsuccessful attempts to resolve this mystery with the locals, he is finally informed that the town's children are being held hostage by a small group of Nazis in a well-secured underground cellar. Written by nk_gillen

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