Combat!

Season 1 Episode 31

High Named Today

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Aired Tuesday 7:30 PM May 07, 1963 on ABC
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High Named Today
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Saunders, Hanley and their men get a real scare when Private Rob Lawson, a reputed one-man death-squad, joins up with them. Yet after Saunders discovers what is behind Lawson's reckless bravery, he finds himself much more worried FOR the private than ABOUT him.

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    Vic Morrow

    Vic Morrow

    Sgt. Saunders

    Rick Jason

    Rick Jason

    Lieutenant Gil Hanley

    Jack Hogan

    Jack Hogan

    Kirby (William G)

    Pierre Jalbert

    Pierre Jalbert

    PFC Paul "Caje" LeMay

    Dick Peabody

    Dick Peabody

    PFC Littlejohn

    Dean Stockwell

    Dean Stockwell

    Rob Lawson

    Guest Star

    Lew Brown (II)

    Lew Brown (II)

    Pratt

    Guest Star

    John Apone

    John Apone

    Soldier #1

    Guest Star

    Tom Lowell

    Tom Lowell

    PVT William "Billy" Nelson (1962-1964)

    Recurring Role

    Steven Rogers

    Steven Rogers

    "Doc" Walton (1962-1963)

    Recurring Role

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      • Saunders (to Lawson): It's not enough to be a brave man. This whole squad is filled with brave men. The whole of France is lousy with brave men on both sides. The only thing we count on when we're fighting is each other; we don't have anything else. So if we can't count on each other, we're in trouble. Bad trouble.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Writer David Z. Goodman went on to script the movies LOGAN'S RUN and, before that, STRAW DOGS.

      • Dean Stockwell is best known as "Al" on the TV series QUANTUM LEAP; he also portrayed the treacherous "Dr. Wellington Yueh" in David Lynch's movie DUNE.

      • Possible title source
        F. Scott Fitzgerald
        "This Side of Paradise"
        "Brave, brave were the soldiers (high named today) who lived through the fight;
        But the bravest press'd to the front and fell, unnamed, unknown."

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