Harbor Command: Season 1, Episode 26

Date with Eternity (4 Apr. 1958)

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Captain Baxter and his men respond to report of a disabled fishing boat and discover that old Pop Cates has run out of gas for the third time in a month. Baxter learns that Pop's daughter ... See full summary »

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Earle Hodgins ...
Pop Cates
Constance Cameron ...
Hedy White
Casey Walters ...
Sgt. Jim Warren
Clark Howat ...
Police Dispatcher
Bruce Cooper ...
Doctor
Bill Baldwin ...
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Captain Baxter and his men respond to report of a disabled fishing boat and discover that old Pop Cates has run out of gas for the third time in a month. Baxter learns that Pop's daughter has canceled her visit and the elderly fisherman is distraught because he has never seen his six-year-old grandson and fears the worst when the leaky vessel is spotted heading for the open ocean. Written by David Bassler

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[Captain Baxter and his men have rescued Pop from his sinking fishing boat]
Pop Cates: Hey, why did you come along, Captain? Couldn't you leave a man be? Man's gotta right to die if he wants to.
Capt. Ralph Baxter, USCG: You haven't got the right. That's not for you and me to decide. You know, part of my job is saving lives, including ornery ones like yours.
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