Some Army soldiers are staying at the Shady Rest as it is near their location for conducting maneuvers. Most men seem to want to maneuver with the girls more than the Army.

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Kate Bradley
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Uncle Joe Carson
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Billie Jo Bradley
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Bobbie Jo Bradley
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Betty Jo Bradley (as Linda Kaye)
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Sam Drucker
Rick Cooper ...
Tod Langwell
Larry Merrill ...
Hank Benton
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General Patterson
Robert Beach ...
Stu Howard
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Jack Bevans
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Second G.I. (as Mon Sturges)
James M. Crawford ...
Third G.I. (as Jan Crawford)
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While in town at Drucker's, Kate learns from Sam that the US Army is conducting war games in the vicinity of the Shady Rest. Kate knows this means trouble with a bunch of GIs who can hone in on her three beautiful daughters, especially now that they are scantily-clad swimming in the water tower. Indeed, three privates from the Blue Squad - Hank Benton, Tod Langwell and Stu Howard - descend on the Shady Rest when they spot the girls. While the three GIs and the girls want to spend time alone goofing off from the wars games, Kate doesn't mind as long as their time is chaperoned. But their fellow army mates - GIs and officers - don't know that they have unofficially officially suspended their war games. After all is said and done, it may be the Kate Bradley rules of war that supersedes all else for all comers to the Shady Rest. Written by Huggo

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29 December 1964 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the movie The Lost Patrol (1934). See more »

Goofs

Private Hank Benton is addressed as a Private First Class but he has the rank on his sleeve of an ordinary Private. See more »

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References The Lost Patrol (1934) See more »

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Petticoat Junction
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Written by Curt Massey & Paul Henning
Performed by Curt Massey
[Series theme song played during the opening titles and credits]
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