Steve Canyon: Season 1, Episode 24

The Bomb (12 Mar. 1959)

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On a practice bombing mission, Canyon has difficulties and is forced to drop a small bomb on a disposal area. The bomb doesn't explode and is picked up by some boys who saw it drop, but don't know the danger they are in.

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Dean Fredericks ...
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Maj. 'Willie' Williston
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Sergeant Bulla
Virginia Christine ...
Mary Moore
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Ben Moore
Stephen Wootton ...
Raymond Moore (as Steve Wooten)
Ricky Klein ...
Perry Hill
Gregory Irvin ...
Billy Brown
Fred Coby ...
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On a practice bombing mission, Canyon has difficulties and is forced to drop a small bomb on a disposal area. The bomb doesn't explode and is picked up by some boys who saw it drop, but don't know the danger they are in.

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Search for a Lost Bomb
20 August 2006 | by (California) – See all my reviews

In this episode, an Air Force jet on a training flight is forced to jettison a live bomb into a civilian area. Steve Canyon organizes and leads the search to find the bomb before anything can happen to it. Meanwhile, some young boys find the bomb and start playing spinning the impeller which will arm the bomb and make it extremely dangerous. John Anderson puts in an outstanding performance as the explosives expert who is called in to disarm the bomb once it is found. Probably routine 50's television (I haven't seen this since the original airing), but I never forgot John Anderson after that, and always watched his performances with great interest.


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