12 O'Clock High: Season 1, Episode 19

Faith, Hope and Sergeant Aronson (29 Jan. 1965)

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Gen. Savage returns from a mission mortally wounded, requiring a delicate operation to remove shrapnel endangering his heart; an operation Dr. Kaiser doesn't feel confident to perform. ... See full summary »

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John Larkin ...
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Sgt. Aronson
Phyllis Love ...
Nurse Jenkins
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Ivy Wescott
Barney Phillips ...
Major Donald 'Doc ' Kaiser
James Frawley ...
Sgt. Gruenwald
Lew Gallo ...
Major Joe Cobb
Joseph V. Perry ...
Sgt. Sol Barstein (as Joseph Perry)
Charles McDaniel ...
Sgt. Fry
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Gen. Savage returns from a mission mortally wounded, requiring a delicate operation to remove shrapnel endangering his heart; an operation Dr. Kaiser doesn't feel confident to perform. While waiting for a specialist, Savage is placed in a ward next to Sgt. Aaronson who has just lost his lifetime friend to battle wounds and is also quickly losing his faith in God. Savage tries to talk him out of his closing shell, but the Sergeant slips deeper into melancholy, that is until he meets someone who could use a little of his disappearing faith. Written by alexk-6

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29 January 1965 (USA)  »

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John Larkin, who played Maj. Gen. Wiley Crowe in the show, died the same day this episode premiered. Larkin appeared in several more episodes posthumously. See more »

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