Combat!

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Combat! is an American television program that originally aired on ABC from 1962 until 1967. The exclamation point in Combat! was depicted on-screen as a stylized bayonet. The show covered the grim lives of a squad of American soldiers fighting the...read more

Combat! is an American television program that originally aired on ABC from 1962 until 1967. The exclamation point in Combat! was depicted on-screen as a stylized bayonet. The show covered the grim lives of a squad of American soldiers fighting the Germans in France during World War II. The episode "A Day In June" shows D-Day as a flashback, hence the action occurs during and after June 1944. The program starred Rick Jason as platoon leader Second Lieutenant Gil Hanley and Vic Morrow as Sergeant "Chip" Saunders. The series was unusual in that Jason and Morrow would play the lead in alternating episodes.

Original Release

10/02/1962 on ABC

US Release

10/02/1962

Cast

(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Gun Tuesday, 13 September 1966
2 The Losers Tuesday, 20 September 1966
3 Ollie Joe Tuesday, 27 September 1966
4 The Brothers Tuesday, 04 October 1966
5 The Chapel at Able-Five Tuesday, 11 October 1966
6 A Child's Game Tuesday, 18 October 1966
7 The Letter Tuesday, 25 October 1966
8 Headcount Tuesday, 01 November 1966
9 Decision Tuesday, 15 November 1966
10 The Outsider Tuesday, 22 November 1966
11 Conflict Tuesday, 29 November 1966
12 Gulliver Tuesday, 06 December 1966
13 The Bankroll Tuesday, 13 December 1966
14 Cry for Help Tuesday, 20 December 1966
15 The Furlough Tuesday, 27 December 1966
16 Entombed Tuesday, 03 January 1967
17 Gadjo Tuesday, 17 January 1967
18 Anniversary Tuesday, 24 January 1967
19 Encounter Tuesday, 31 January 1967
20 The Gauntlet Tuesday, 07 February 1967
21 The Masquers Tuesday, 14 February 1967
22 A Little Jazz Tuesday, 21 February 1967
23 Nightmare on the Red Ball Run Tuesday, 28 February 1967
24 Jonah Tuesday, 07 March 1967
25 The Partisan Tuesday, 14 March 1967
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Directors

Bernard McEveety, John Peyser, Sutton Roley, Michael Caffey, Georg Fenady, Robert Altman, Alan Crosland Jr., Ted Post, Vic Morrow, Burt Kennedy, Tom Gries, Richard Benedict, James Komack, Paul Stanley, Laslo Benedek, Paul Stanley, Gene Levitt, Herman Hoffman, Justus Addiss, Byron Paul, Richard Donner, Boris Sagal

Writers

Edward J. Lakso, Esther Mitchell, Bob Mitchell, Jess Carneol, Kay Lenard, Gene Levitt, Arzoo Govitrikar, Don Tait, Paul Playdon, George F. Slavin, Bob Frederick, Burt Kennedy, David Moessinger, Anthony Wilson, Gene L. Coon, William Fay, Ron Bishop, James Menzies, Ed Waters, Hendrik Vollaerts, Robert Altman, Phillip W. Hoffman, Art Wallace, Richard Wendley, Frank L. Moss, Luther Davis, William Robert Yates, James S. Henerson, Wells Root, Tom Seller, William Bast, Irve Tunick, Jonathan Hughes, John D.F. Black, Gilbert Ralston, Richard Maibaum, Sidney Ellis, Anthony Spinner, Shirl Hendryx, Barry Trivers, Ken Pettus, Shimon Wincelberg, Ed Adamson, Malvin Wald, Rod Peterson, Andy White, David Zelag Goodman, Beirne Lay Jr., Arnold Belgard, Sheldon Stark, Richard Alan Shapiro, Dan E. Weisburd, Richard DeLong Adams, A. Martin Zweiback, Frank Jessy, Richard Tregaskis, Michael Holt, Camille Torabpour, Peter Barry, Del Carnes, Thomas A. Conway, Bivings F. Wallace, James Wixted, Edward J. Bonner, Judith Barrows, Quentin Sparr, Richard Newhafer, Richard P. McDonagh, Judy George, Mort R. Lewis, Sidney Marshall, Richard Matheson, Tim Considine, Peter Barry, John Considine, Robert Pirosh, Charles Smith, Steven Ritch, Steve Fisher, Harry Brown, George W. George, James Landis

Cast

Producers

Editors

Robert L. Wolfe, Thomas J. McCarthy, William Mace, Basil Wrangell, Jack W. Holmes, Jim Faris, Richard L. Van Enger, Jim Benson

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