In an episode made to remind us of "Peter Gunn", Hennesey is drafted by an undercover Intelligence Officer to help investigate theft of medicine from the base medical facility, complete with a Jazz ...
Seaman Peabody's mother's letters to her Congressman mean trouble for Chick. Max convinces Hennesey to best way to combat the treatment aimed at the Seaman is to teach him self confidence by having ...
Jackie Cooper actually served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and remained in the Navy Reserves after the war, rising to the rank of Captain. He considerably outranked his character in this series. See more »
I really looked forward to each weeks program. The cast was stellar and the writing was excellent. I remember one night that I watched Hennesey, I was to leave for the Army the next day. It made me laugh and took some of the pressure off of me. I spent some time in the army and wish that I would have had a CO like Roscoe Karns. The same goes for the time that I spent in an Army Hospital. Oh if I only would have had a nurse like Nurse Hale. The Army nurses that took care of me were great and Abbey Dalton did a very realistic job of portraying military nurses. I wish that the programs were available on DVD, I would buy all of them. Many have praised the theme song and I agree with them. It was a very good show and it is sad that it is not available so that a new generation of people can enjoy it.
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