The 20th Century-Fox Hour

Season 2 Episode 4

Smoke Jumpers

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Nov 14, 1956 on CBS
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Smoke Jumpers
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Only the leader of a firefighter unit survives a forest fire and is accused of saving himself at his men's expense. After his recovery he goes out again this time to prove everyone wrong.

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    Richard Jaeckel

    Richard Jaeckel

    Ed Miller

    Guest Star

    Dan Duryea

    Dan Duryea

    Cliff Mason

    Guest Star

    Dean Jagger

    Dean Jagger

    Chief Fred Anderson

    Guest Star

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      • Narration at the beginning
        Narrator: This story deals with the Paratroop Unit of the United States Forest Rangers, a few years ago when the service was new.

      • Dean Jagger: narrating It is in all these vast areas that the United States Forest Service stands guard against Man's carelessness and Nature's destroyer fire. Thunderstorms like this carry life and death. Rain to build giant trees and fire to destroy them. Fire that burns so hot it races across tree tops, its called a Crowning Fire, that desolates hundreds of miles. But no matter where the smoke rises our trained firefighters hit the trail. On foot, packing on horses or by truck. Where there is no road, they hit the silk for man regardless of the deadly person on this, always jums in to defend his birthright, the land and its product. The Paratroop Core has earned its right to existence, but it takes alot of hard training and steel nerves to develop a Smoke Jumper.

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      • TV Adaptation of the 1952 film "Red Skies of Montana", which starred Richard Widmark and Jeffrey Hunter. Based on the screenplay by Harry Kleiner.

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