Combat!

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Combat! is an American television program that originally aired on ABC from 1962 until 1967. The exclamation point in Combat! was depicted on-screen as a stylized bayonet. The show covered the grim lives of a squad of American soldiers fighting the... read more

Combat! is an American television program that originally aired on ABC from 1962 until 1967. The exclamation point in Combat! was depicted on-screen as a stylized bayonet. The show covered the grim lives of a squad of American soldiers fighting the Germans in France during World War II. The episode "A Day In June" shows D-Day as a flashback, hence the action occurs during and after June 1944. The program starred Rick Jason as platoon leader Second Lieutenant Gil Hanley and Vic Morrow as Sergeant "Chip" Saunders. The series was unusual in that Jason and Morrow would play the lead in alternating episodes.

Original Release

10/02/1962 on ABC

US Release

10/02/1962

Cast

Conlan Carter Doc
Dick Peabody Little John
Pierre Jalbert Paul "Caje" Lemay
Steven Rogers Doc
Rick Jason Lieutenant Gil Hanley
Jack Hogan William G. Kirby
Vic Morrow Sergeant Chip Saunders
Tom Lowell
Tom Lowell Billy Nelson
Vic Morrow Sergeant Chip Saunders / Sgt. Saunders
(see additional cast & crew)
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Directors

Bernard McEveety, John Peyser, Sutton Roley, Michael Caffey, Georg Fenady, Robert Altman, Alan Crosland Jr., Vic Morrow, Ted Post, Burt Kennedy, Tom Gries, Paul Stanley, Richard Benedict, Paul Stanley, Laslo Benedek, James Komack, Richard Donner, Boris Sagal, Herman Hoffman, Gene Levitt, Byron Paul, Justus Addiss

Writers

Edward J. Lakso, Esther Mitchell, Bob Mitchell, Kay Lenard, Jess Carneol, Gene Levitt, Shirl Hendryx, Don Tait, Paul Playdon, Bob Frederick, George F. Slavin, Gene L. Coon, David Moessinger, Burt Kennedy, Anthony Wilson, Phillip W. Hoffman, Hendrik Vollaerts, Ed Waters, Ron Bishop, James S. Henerson, Wells Root, Tom Seller, William Bast, Frank L. Moss, Art Wallace, William Robert Yates, Richard Wendley, James Menzies, William Fay, Peter Barry, Robert Altman, Luther Davis, James Landis, Harry Brown, Steve Fisher, Steven Ritch, George W. George, Richard Matheson, Sidney Marshall, John Considine, Robert Pirosh, Tim Considine, Quentin Sparr, Irve Tunick, Malvin Wald, Barry Trivers, Ed Adamson, Shimon Wincelberg, Ken Pettus, Anthony Spinner, Sidney Ellis, Richard Maibaum, John D.F. Black, Gilbert Ralston, Charles Smith, Dan E. Weisburd, Jonathan Hughes, A. Martin Zweiback, Richard DeLong Adams, Andy White, Rod Peterson, Richard Alan Shapiro, Sheldon Stark, Arnold Belgard, Beirne Lay Jr., David Zelag Goodman, James Wixted, Bivings F. Wallace, Thomas A. Conway, Del Carnes, Jerome Coopersmith, Gustave Field, Mort R. Lewis, Judy George, Richard Newhafer, Judith Barrows, Richard P. McDonagh, Edward J. Bonner, Richard Tregaskis, Frank Jessy

Cast

Conlan Carter Doc
Dick Peabody Little John
Pierre Jalbert Paul "Caje" Lemay
Steven Rogers Doc
Rick Jason Lieutenant Gil Hanley
Jack Hogan William G. Kirby
Vic Morrow Sergeant Chip Saunders
Tom Lowell
Tom Lowell Billy Nelson
Vic Morrow Sergeant Chip Saunders / Sgt. Saunders
Rick Jason Lieutenant Gil Hanley / Lt. Hanley
Dennis Robertson Pvt. Albert Baker
Paul Busch German Sergeant
William Bryant McCall
Shecky Greene Pvt. Braddock
Pierre Jalbert Paul "Caje" Lemay / Caje
Walt Davis German Soldier
Paul Busch German Officer
Dick Peabody Little John / Littlejohn
Fletcher Fist Brockmeyer

Producers

Editors

Robert L. Wolfe, Thomas J. McCarthy, Basil Wrangell, Jim Faris, Jack W. Holmes, William Mace, Richard L. Van Enger, Jim Benson, Ralph E. Winters

1964 Emmy Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead) Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television Nominated
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