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Bomber's Moon 

A hard-hearted Colonel loses many men in his group's bombing missions over World War Two Germany, but keeps on going and won't tolerate lightly a young Major losing his nerve under the strain,who refuses to continue.

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Captain Mantell
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Mary Jarvis
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Colonel Culver (as Bob Cummings)
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Major Thomas
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Pub Keeper
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Lieutenant Harrison
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A hard-hearted Colonel loses many men in his group's bombing missions over World War Two Germany, but keeps on going and won't tolerate lightly a young Major losing his nerve under the strain,who refuses to continue.

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22 May 1958 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Rod Serling - The King Midas of screenplays and storytelling! :)
20 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm 49 years-old, and, I've never heard of this show!?!? It took my fourteen-year-old Son to find, send, and, have me watch this! I'm very much into watching classic and vintage movies and television shows, but, I've 'never seen' this TV show, or, episode, before. Although I'm a Rod Serling addict, I had to wait until my young Son found and sent this to me!?!? What a great vintage show! A great episode with a meaning and purpose...and, a great show with a star-studded cast of actors who would later become 'very familiar' to television and the Silver Screen audiences.

Ever since my 'little' Son began watching the 'Original Series' of "The Twilight Zone," he's begun searching for anything and everything that has Rod Serling's name on it. Since then, my Son has sent me a variety of "GREAT SHOWS" that I've never seen, but, have taken a great interest in. 'This' is only 'one' of them.

Rod Serling's legacy of great screenplays, storytelling, and, even his "NAME" upon productions, has lead to the fame and fortune of 'so many' names in show business whom we will remember forever. Everyone in this episode, separately, went on to star in classic TV shows like "The Wild Wild West;" "The Twilight Zone;" "Star Trek TOS;" etc;..and, in movies such as "The Cincinnati Kid:" "The Sand Pebbles:" "Psycho:" "Dial M For Murder:" "Seven Days In May;" and, others.

What a great show! Rod Serling and his 'Legacy' have and will 'forever' stand the test of time - but...I needed my fourteen-year-old Son to bring much of what I haven't seen to this old man's attention!?!? If 'any part' of 'any show' reads 'Rod Serling'...watch it! You'll be that-much better for it! :)


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