When Bilko, Henshaw & Rocc visit Mrs.Doberman's house they cross paths with some of Mrs.Doberman's house-guests - a party of fishermen who just happen to be a gang of bank robbers in hiding.

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Col. John T. Hall (credit only)
Maurice Gosfield ...
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Cpl. Steve Henshaw (as Allen Melvin)
Bernard Fein ...
Pvt. Gomez (as Bernie Fein)
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Cpl. Sam Fender (as Herby Faye)
Karl Lukas ...
Pvt. Stash Kadowski (credit only)
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Maurice Brenner ...
Jack Healy ...
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Pvt. 'Sugie' Sugarman (credit only)
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Dulcie Cooper ...
Mrs. Doberman
Henry Lasko ...
Wilson
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When Bilko, Henshaw & Rocc visit Mrs.Doberman's house they cross paths with some of Mrs.Doberman's house-guests - a party of fishermen who just happen to be a gang of bank robbers in hiding.

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17 December 1957 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This episode details the home town of many of Sgt. Bilko's subordinates: Doberman hails from Altoona, PA; Mullen from Fort Wayne, IN; Fleischman from Joliet, IL; Zimmerman from Peoria, IL; Paparelli from St. Louis, MO; and Fender from Long Island, NY. See more »

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The Colonel complains - in 1957 - to Bilko that he took too long to pick up vehicles from Detroit "last year" because of the World Series. The World Series was in Detroit in 1945 and not again until 1968. See more »

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