12 O'Clock High: Season 2, Episode 7

Show Me a Hero, I'll Show You a Bum (25 Oct. 1965)

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Sgt. Komansky lands Col. Gallagher's plane full of wounded crew members after Gallagher is incapacitated with a concussion. Komansky is now up for a Silver Star and a possible promotion. ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Burke ...
Chris Robinson ...
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Susan Nesbit
Lloyd Bochner ...
Kirby Wyatt
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Barney Phillips ...
Anne Whitfield ...
Pamela Hurley
Michael McDonald ...
Staff Sgt. Weber
Steve Bell ...
Sgt. Roberts (as Steven Bell)
Lee Farr ...
Maj. Benson
Ira Barmak ...
G.I. Reporter
Mike Doherty ...
M.P.
Shawn Michaels ...
Civilian Reporter
Charles McDaniel ...
Control Officer
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Sgt. Komansky lands Col. Gallagher's plane full of wounded crew members after Gallagher is incapacitated with a concussion. Komansky is now up for a Silver Star and a possible promotion. The ambitious Susan Nesbit wants to turn Komansky into a hero to boost her journalistic career. Komansky, an orphan, is having trouble coping with the sudden attention. Things don't get any easier as Komansky and Nesbit began to fall for each other. Written by Bill Koenig

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25 October 1965 (USA)  »

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