12 O'Clock High (1964–1967)
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Those Who Are About to Die 

Savage's elite squadron is picked for a dangerous, top secret bomb run, but his men start to crack waiting for fog to lift over the English Channel, while they are confined to base. One of ... See full summary »

Director:

Abner Biberman

Writers:

Harold Jack Bloom, Beirne Lay Jr. (characters based on the novel) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Robert Lansing ... Brig. Gen. Frank Savage
Frank Overton ... Maj. Harvey Stovall
John Larkin John Larkin ... Maj. Gen. Wiley Crowe
Glenn Corbett ... Lt. Tom Lockridge
Sally Kellerman ... Lt. Libby MacAndrews
Tom Skerritt ... Lt. Steve Parmalee
Dee Pollock ... Sgt. Mace Rutherford
George Brenlin George Brenlin ... Lieutenant Jensen
Lew Gallo ... Maj. Joe Cobb
Barney Phillips ... Maj. Donald 'Doc' Kaiser
Ken Lynch ... Sergeant Hale
Robert Yuro Robert Yuro ... Lieutenant Muncie
Phillip Terry ... Major Lloyd
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Storyline

Savage's elite squadron is picked for a dangerous, top secret bomb run, but his men start to crack waiting for fog to lift over the English Channel, while they are confined to base. One of his best pilots, Lt. Lockridge, is recovering from hepatitis, waiting to complete his 25th mission, which will get him sent back to the U.S. Gen. Savage, the medical officer, and the nurse who loves Lockridge debate: is Lockridge malingering, pretending to be A-OK, or is he too ill to fly on the mission in which 1/3 are expected not to come back from ? Written by David Stevens

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Genres:

Drama | War

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Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 1965 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

There are 5 Star Trek (TOS) alumni in this episode; Robert Lansing, Frank Overton, Glenn Corbett, Sally Kellerman, and Ken Lynch. See more »

Soundtracks

Deep in the Heart of Texas
(uncredited)
Written by June Hershey and Don Swander
Sang by the crowd at the pub
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