Lt. Ted Masters, a handsome collegiate sports hero, is assigned to the 918th, along with his mentor, Maj. Praeger, to enhance his image as a symbol of American manhood. However, his brusque... See full summary »

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Paul Burke ...
Chris Robinson ...
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Mart Hulswit ...
Lt. Ted Masters
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Maj. George Praeger
Robert Doyle ...
Capt. Glen King
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Shirl Pinkerton
Robert Dornan ...
Peter Marko ...
S / Sgt. Mintz
Richard Peel ...
English Reporter
Peter Church ...
British Tommy
Ron Doyle ...
G.I. Reporter
Steve Harris ...
Lieutenant Rogers
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Lt. Ted Masters, a handsome collegiate sports hero, is assigned to the 918th, along with his mentor, Maj. Praeger, to enhance his image as a symbol of American manhood. However, his brusque introduction, manipulated by Praeger for publicity, rubs the veterans the wrong way, especially Gallagher and seasoned pilot Capt. King. Gallagher assigns Masters to desk duty in an effort to protect him from possible harm in combat, but he chafes at the role and hounds Gallagher into giving him a chance to pilot, much to Praeger's consternation and King's grudging respect. But Gallagher finds him lacking and assigns him to trivial flight duties, forcing the All-American kid to find a way to prove his combat worthiness. Written by alexk-6

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28 October 1966 (USA)  »

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