Twelve O'Clock High

Season 3 Episode 17

The Hunters and the Killers

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Aired Friday 9:30 PM Jan 13, 1967 on ABC
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The Hunters and the Killers
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Rated: TV G Gallagher runs into the U.S. Navy flag officer with a chip on his shoulder given to him by Gallagher's two star U.S. Army Air Corp Father. They must work together to save not only their own men, but the war in the South Atlantic. The epilogue provides a wrap up for the series, at least in the short term.moreless

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    Bert Remsen

    Bert Remsen

    Sergeant Nero

    Barney Phillips

    Barney Phillips

    Major "Doc" Kaiser

    Frank Overton

    Frank Overton

    Major Harvey Stovall

    Hazel Court

    Hazel Court

    Liz

    Chris Robinson

    Chris Robinson

    Technical Sergeant Alexander "Sandy" Komanski

    Andrew Duggan

    Andrew Duggan

    Brigadier General, later Major General Edward Britt

    Ralph Bellamy

    Ralph Bellamy

    Commodore Leon Crompton

    Guest Star

    Michael Whitney

    Michael Whitney

    Obie Sorenson

    Guest Star

    Byron Keith

    Byron Keith

    Collins

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Commodore Leon Crompton: (to Colonel Joseph Anson Gallagher) Do you know what I told him {Major General Edward Britt}? I'd swallow ground glass, if I had to -- to go back to sea in a fight.

      • Commodore Leon Crompton: (to Major General Edward Britt) I'd swallow this if I knew it was full of ground glass. They're going to let me fight again.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Winston Churchill wrote, "The only thing that ever really frightened me during the war was the U-boat peril."

      • The Treaty of Versailles limited the surface Navy of Germany to six battleships (of less than 10,000 tones each), six cruisers, and 12 destroyers. There weren't limits on the U-boats, which turned out to be Germany's greatest Naval advantage.

      • During World War II, U-boats were a major component of the Battle of the Atlantic, which lasted the entire duration of the war in Europe.

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