Ensign O'Toole (1962–1963)
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Operation: Sabotage 

In a training exercise, the crew of the Appleby must expose the one who is assigned to be a secret saboteur. O'Toole, of course, comes up with a clever method.

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(novel) (as Bill Lederer)
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Lt Commander Dickery
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In a training exercise, the crew of the Appleby must expose the one who is assigned to be a secret saboteur. O'Toole, of course, comes up with a clever method.

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21 April 1963 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Unmasking a Mock Saboteur
1 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Naval commanders are holding a training exercise in which the crew of the USS Appleby must uncover a mock saboteur on the ship to test security. Commander Stoner (Jack Albertson) feels he can only trust Ensign O'Toole (Dean Jones) who has just returned from Tokyo and couldn't be the plant from Lt. Commander Dickery (character actor George Petrie). O'Toole proceeds to screen crew members individually to try and narrow down a suspect. He clears enough men to form a security detail to cover vital spots on the ship where the mock bomb could be placed. Lt. St. John (Jack Mullaney) keeps setting traps that Stoner ends up getting caught up in. Despite the premise, this episode lacks suspense and comedy in my view.


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