The Rat Patrol

Season 2 Episode 26

The Kill at Koorlea Raid

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Mar 18, 1968 on ABC
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The Kill at Koorlea Raid
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The Rat Patrol is ordered to accompany a British sniper on a mission to assassinate a brutal German general, but Troy decides that capturing the general alive is a better plan.

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    Christopher George

    Christopher George

    Sgt. Sam Troy

    Eric Braeden

    Eric Braeden

    Capt. Hans Dietrich

    Gary Raymond

    Gary Raymond

    Sgt. Jack Moffitt

    Lawrence Casey

    Lawrence Casey

    Pvt. Mark Hitchcock

    Justin Tarr

    Justin Tarr

    Pvt. Tully Pettigrew

    William C. Watson

    William C. Watson

    Corporal Freebairn

    Guest Star

    Manfred Lating

    Manfred Lating

    Lt. Sturm

    Guest Star

    Philip Bruns

    Philip Bruns

    General Koenig

    Guest Star

    Morgan Jones

    Morgan Jones

    Capt. Boggs

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Pvt. Pettigrew (speaking to Sgt. Troy): And if you get into any trouble, just yell, and I'll come up and save you.

      • Corporal Freebairn: I could have done it. My way. You know?
        Sgt. Troy (gesturing toward Moffitt): Yeah. He told me.
        Corporal Freebairn: So, you risked all that for nothing.
        Sgt. Troy: Do you really think it was for nothing?
        (And, the Rat Patrol drives off into the sunset for the final time.)

      • Capt. Boggs: I just finished chewing Troy out for that harebrained stunt you pulled. Now, I'd like to congratulate you on a job well done.

      • General Koenig: Lieutenant? You think a night of standing on their toes has loosened the tongues of our prisoners?
        Lt. Sturm: They died of exposure last night, sir.
        General Koenig: How uncooperative of them.

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