Bilko's plan to volunteer for a special duty that would provide him with his own personal jeep is in jeopardy, when a new sergeant also volunteers. Bilko then schemes to take the other sergeant down, but he may have met his match.

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MSgt. Ernest G. Bilko
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Cpl. Rocco Barbella
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Col. John T. Hall
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Cpl. Steve Henshaw
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MSgt. Joan Hogan
Jane Dulo ...
Mildred
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Billie Allen ...
WAC Billie
Barbara Barry ...
WAC Edna
Bern Bennett ...
Himself - Announcer
Harry Clark ...
MSgt. Stanley Sowici
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Cpl. Sam Fender
Bernard Fein ...
Pvt. Gomez
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MSgt. Andy Pendleton
Jack Healy ...
Pvt. Mullen
Jimmy Little ...
MSgt. Francis Grover
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Bilko's plan to volunteer for a special duty that would provide him with his own personal jeep is in jeopardy, when a new sergeant also volunteers. Bilko then schemes to take the other sergeant down, but he may have met his match.

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4 October 1955 (USA)  »

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The title references the The Women's Army Corps that was established in 1942 to provide needed manpower and an organization in which patriotic women could join the Army. The corps was disbanded in 1978 when all soldiers male or female became soldiers in the United States' Army. See more »

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MSGT Joan Hogan comes to Ft. Baxter, but is introduced as SGT L. Hogan. See more »

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For He's A Jolly Good Fellow
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Performed by Phil Silvers, Harvey Lembeck, Allan Melvin, Harry Clark,
Ned Glass, and Jimmy Little
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Screaming and Yelling is NOT Funny!
15 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

Honestly, when I saw this show in reruns as a kid, I thought it was funny as can be. However, after seeing it again today, I thought is wasn't funny at all and got a headache from all the yelling and screaming that was going on. The jokes were juvenile at best. Calling a guy a tomato face and repeating it over and over is not funny. Big disappointment for me because I like Phil Silvers. If you like screaming and yelling this is for you; I'll pass, thank you.


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