Operation Petticoat (1977–1979)
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Operation Petticoat 

A veteran naval commander is given command of a submarine full of misfits, miscreants and with a group of nurses as passengers.
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Astin ... Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Sherman
Richard Gilliland ... Lt. Nick Holden
Yvonne Wilder ... Major Edna Howard
Richard Brestoff ... Yeoman Hunkle
Christopher J. Brown Christopher J. Brown ... Ensign Stovall
Kraig Cassity Kraig Cassity ... Seaman Dooley
Wayne Long Wayne Long ... Chief Herbert Molumphrey
Richard Marion Richard Marion ... Pharmacist's Mate Williams
Michael Mazes Michael Mazes ... Radioman Gossett
Jack Murdock ... Chief Machinist's Mate Tostin
Peter Schuck Peter Schuck ... Seaman Horwich
Raymond Singer ... Lt. Watson
Jim Varney ... Doom & Gloom Broom
Melinda Naud ... Lt. Dolores Crandall
Jamie Lee Curtis ... Lt. Barbara Duran
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A veteran naval commander is given command of a submarine full of misfits, miscreants and with a group of nurses as passengers.

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Tony Curtis, father of Jamie Lee Curtis, played Lt. (j.g.) Nicholas Holden in the 1959 original movie Operation Petticoat. See more »

Connections

Remake of Operation Petticoat (1959) See more »

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Vague, yet haunting, memories
23 November 2002 | by BlueghostSee all my reviews

It's been years since I've seen this version of the 1950's Cary Grant film. I don't recall much other than I believe this was supposed to be the pilot to a series based on the adventures and misadventures of the Sea Tiger and her crew. It certainly didn't have an all star cast by any means, and the gags (recollecting them as best as I can) fell short of amusing adults.

If this thing ever rears its head again one can only hope it'll be donated to the local libraries on either Beta or on audio casette format for that video camera that was marketed to kids a decade or so back (remember the one?).

Made for TV remakes of classic films should teach the film industry one thing; DON'T DO THEM.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 September 1977 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

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1.33 : 1
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