McHale's Navy (1962–1966)
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The McHale Mob 

Impressed by a gangster movie he's recently seen, Chief Urulu plays mob chieftain and refuses to sign the document allowing The Navy the use of McHale's island. So, McHale and the Crew, and... See full summary »
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Impressed by a gangster movie he's recently seen, Chief Urulu plays mob chieftain and refuses to sign the document allowing The Navy the use of McHale's island. So, McHale and the Crew, and even Binghamton, Carpenter, and Admiral Rogers, join forces, and play their own mobster game, to try to make Urulu change his mind. Written by David C. Bohn

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21 April 1964 (USA)  »

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The plot, where the Admiral put McHale on the island and not on the base, does not go along with the first few shows of season one. In the first shows, Binghamton placed McHale on the island to keep him away from the base and causing him trouble. See more »

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When the cement is carried in, it is not visible. In the close up shot, it is an inch or so from the top. See more »

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Chief Urulu becomes a Mob Boss.
6 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jacques Aubuchon makes his last appearance as Chief Urulu in the series, as this time the Navy needs his signature on a paper that says that McHale can use the island that belongs to the Chief. It seems that the treaty fell through the cracks and without the signature McHale and the crew will have to move to the base.

Binghamton like the idea of them returning to base as he says he can keep an eye on them. So what he does is to butter up the Chief and then lead him down a path where he will not sign the paper. Thus McHale will have to leave the island and then Binghamton can watch every move the 73 crew makes, just waiting on a slip-up.

But things go bad after Urulu watches a gangster movie and now wants to run the island like he is a mob boss. He even threatens Binghamton, about going over his head to the Admiral about not signing the treaty, and wants protection money from the Captain. McHale and Binghamton are going to have to join together to put this so-called 'Boss Man' out of business.

Jacques Aubuchon actually does another great acting job as he makes the viewer comfortable with the native chief. Other than the usual jokes of the series that we hear every week, the only thing new is that the crew gets to appear on camera with some nice looking 1930 gangster clothing. After watching the last episode most anything would be a better show than was performed. This was at least entertaining enough where the viewer did not lose interest in the episode..


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