Kraft Suspense Theatre: Season 2, Episode 16

Streetcar, Do You Read Me? (25 Feb. 1965)

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A S.A.C. (Strategic Air Command) bomber on a routine patrol mission from March Air Force Base in the U.S. to Spain-and-back suffers an on-board fire.The co-pilot,who has dodged the ... See full summary »

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Lieutenant John Corby
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Maj. Ben Dawson
Jack Ging ...
Navigator Mike Andre
Nancy Malone ...
Pat Corby
Harlan Warde ...
The Colonel
John Roseboro ...
The Radioman
Don Eitner ...
The Tanker Pilot
Fred Holliday ...
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Donald E. Kunzler ...
The Boom Operator
Randy Eccles ...
Jeff Dawson
Robert Anderson ...
Randy Dawson
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A S.A.C. (Strategic Air Command) bomber on a routine patrol mission from March Air Force Base in the U.S. to Spain-and-back suffers an on-board fire.The co-pilot,who has dodged the responsibility of becoming a lead pilot,is suddenly thrust into command when the pilot is severely injured due to the fire.Can the co-pilot conquer his fears and master his inadequacies? Written by dubchi

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A good solid SAC era piece that is right up there with Jimmy Stewart's "S.A.C."
15 February 2010 | by (Central Coast, California) – See all my reviews

What's really cool is that ALL of the footage was real- no substituted DC-7s or some wrong aircraft. Obviously they had SAC's cooperation- even to the point of footage shot through the refueling tech's picture window showing an actual docked probe with a B-47 going askew and almost snapping! I imagine the show's writers customized their story to available film. All of the cabin work (...the main setting for the story) was in a real 47. It's an impressive story accuracy wise- except perhaps the General who gets riled back at Group HQ and basically takes over the mic, barking orders to the 135 crew and to the 47 as long as they can receive. Every once in a while some production has personnel aboard that strive for accuracy in fact basis (another example- an episode of "U.F.O." that backed up a piece of space debris as a S-IVb from a particular Apollo flight that went into solar orbit, that was being "cleaned up" as an effort to rid the space ways of junk. It does end up being blown up by the bad guy aliens; an example of the opposite is just about anything on episodes of "JAG"....).


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