McHale's Navy (1962–1966)
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Who Was That German I Saw You With? 

During an attempt to impress a famous War Correspondent, Binghamton is taken prisoner by a German patrol, who have disguised themselves as American Sailors. After Parker is also captured, ... See full summary »
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Episode cast overview:
Ernest Borgnine ... Lt. Cmdr. Quinton McHale
Joe Flynn ... Captain Wallace B. Binghamton
Tim Conway ... Ensign Charles Parker
Carl Ballantine ... Lester Gruber
Bob Hastings ... Lt. Elroy Carpenter
Gary Vinson ... George Christopher
Billy Sands ... 'Tinker' Bell
Edson Stroll ... Virgil Edwards
John Wright John Wright ... Willy Moss
Yoshio Yoda Yoshio Yoda ... Fuji Kobiaji
Herb Vigran ... Pete Morgan
Peter Coe ... The 1st German
James Frawley ... The German Sergeant
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During an attempt to impress a famous War Correspondent, Binghamton is taken prisoner by a German patrol, who have disguised themselves as American Sailors. After Parker is also captured, McHale and the guys come to the rescue, and wind up having their picture on the cover of a popular magazine. Written by David C. Bohn

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Comedy | War

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English

Release Date:

15 March 1966 (USA) See more »

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Sto-Rev-Co Productions See more »
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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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When Binghamton and Parker meet Pete Morgan they keep trying to get away from him. When Morgan tells Captain that he thought it was a 'phony hero', Morgan has his hands to his side. The camera angles changes slightly and now Morgan has his hands up on the camera and the shadows of the scenes have changed. As if filmed later in the day. See more »

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Spoofs Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) See more »

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Kraut Killer Binghamton-- who knew?
25 November 2014 | by kfo9494See all my reviews

In one of the better episodes from the last season, Pete Morgan from Globe Magazine is set to visit the base to make some pictures of McHale and his crew. Binghamton has got word about Morgan's arrival and wants his picture on the front page instead of McHales, so he sends McHale out on a mission. But what McHale is going to do is wait for Pete Morgan and then take him out on the mission with them. So they are waiting at the docks for Parker to arrive with Morgan.

Binghamton gets wind of McHale disobeying his order and goes out to his tents to make sure they have gone. But what has happen is a German patrol has come up on the tents and now are dress like American sailors. When Binghamton gets to the tents he is taken hostage by the Germans.

Later Parker also gets captured and now Binghamton is being led through the streets in hopes of finding a jeep for the Germans to make a get-away. Binghamton only has one hope and that may be his worse enemy- McHale.

This actually was a well written and funny script. The situations were humorous and the acting was the best we have seen in a few shows. For some reason, when Binghamton first goes into McHale's tents and drops the bullets out of the gun, that action was so typical of our brave Captain. And when Carpenter tells the photographer, in the presents of the Germans, that the Captain's nickname is 'Kraut Killer Binghamton' that was a side-splitting moment. The episode made for a good time. One of the better entertaining shows in this last season.


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