12 O'Clock High (1964–1967)
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Savage has one chance try to bomb a Nazi building next to his POW major friend and his crew, or the 918th will bomb the whole area.

Director:

William A. Graham

Writers:

Clair Huffaker (teleplay), Jack Turley (teleplay) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Robert Lansing ... Brig. Gen. Frank Savage
Frank Overton ... Maj. Harvey Stovall
John Larkin John Larkin ... Maj. Gen. Wiley Crowe
Tim O'Connor ... Maj. Jack Temple
John Van Dreelen ... Col. Alfred Hoeptner (as John van Dreelen)
Jack Betts ... Lt. Ross Kinner (as Hunt Powers)
Kip King ... Sgt. Weinstock
Steve Harris Steve Harris ... Sgt. Roland Nichols
Buck Taylor ... Cpl. Dennis Moody
Peter Duryea ... Lieutenant Peters
Walter Friedel Walter Friedel ... Aide
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lew Gallo ... Maj. Joe Cobb
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Storyline

On his final scheduled mission, Major Temple, a good friend of General Savage, is shot down and captured by the Germans along with four of his crew. The commander of the rocket factory that was the target of the raid decides to keep Temple and his cohorts at the facility to dissuade further attacks until he can relocate to a safer site. Because of the importance of the factory, Savage is forced to continue his plan to bomb on schedule, despite the risk to Temple. But thanks to some quick thinking by Temple, Savage is able to devise a risky tactic relying on pinpoint bombing that might spare the captives and still take out the target. Written by alexk-6

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Genres:

Drama | War

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Details

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 November 1964 (USA) See more »

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Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

In the opening of the Epilog segment, Frank is writing a letter to Major Temple's wife and the date at the top of the letter is June 15th, 1942. Since General Savage is a career military officer he would have more likely used the military dating convention of 15 June 1942 instead. See more »

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