The Henrys have a family reunion of sorts when Pug and Byron join Warren and Janice to celebrate their wedding anniversary. They are joined by Pamela Tudsbury and her father who managed to ... See full summary »

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The Henrys have a family reunion of sorts when Pug and Byron join Warren and Janice to celebrate their wedding anniversary. They are joined by Pamela Tudsbury and her father who managed to leave Singapore before it fell to the Japanese. Byron applies for a transfer to the Atlantic submarine force after he learns that his wife Natalie and her uncle Aaron Jastrow were not evacuated from Italy with other Americans. Pug and Warren soon depart on their respective ships headed for the Battle of Midway. Pug has a relatively minor contribution compared to son Warren who flies several successful sorties. Natalie and her uncle have a plan to escape the clutches of the Germans. Rhoda Henry travels to Los Angeles to see daughter Madeline and son Byron who have just arrived. She also sees Pamela Tudsbury who has something to tell her. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | War

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16 November 1988 (USA)  »

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In the sequence showing the death of Commander Lindsey of Torpedo Squadron Six, we see a flaming plane fly by the deck of a ship. Just before the plane splashes into the sea we see another airplane sitting aboard the target ship with the distinctive star amid the stripes detail that U.S. planes wear rather than the red meatball pattern used by planes of Japan. See more »

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Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
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Written by Hugh Prince and Don Raye
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