Steve Canyon (1958–1960)
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Operation Big Thunder 

Canyon arrives at Big Thunder AFB and is immediately confronted with local citizens who refuse to accept the airmen and the base. The result: low morale...and violence.

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Maj. 'Willie' Williston
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M / Sgt. Maconochie
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Sgt. Pete Berger (as Robert Hoy)
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Tom Gilson ...
A / 3c Brannigan
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Brannigans's Girl
Caroline Hughes ...
Waitress
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2nd Tough
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Canyon arrives at Big Thunder AFB and is immediately confronted with local citizens who refuse to accept the airmen and the base. The result: low morale...and violence.

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3 January 1959 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Another Excellent Steve Canyon episode
29 May 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Another first class episode of this classic series. An uncredited William Mims appears at the beginning of the episode as the waiter. He has a few lines of dialog and one wonders why he was not credited. Tom Gilson's character has a first name - 'Charlie' as spoken by a very young Leslie Parrish, here billed as Marjorie Hellen. This episode is the first to introduce semi regulars Jerry Paris, Abel Fernandez and Robert Hoy. Abel and Robert contribute very entertaining and informative commentaries on THE COMPLETE STEVE CANYON ON TV VOLUME 2, produced by John Ellis. I highly recommend purchasing these outstanding volumes, they are packed with amazing extras and each episode has been meticulously remastered so as to be pristine prints.


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