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List of Combat! episodes

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This is a list of episodes of the 1962–67 ABC war drama Combat!.

Hint: The Series should be watched following the Production Number (Prod. No.) of episodes, which show the progression of events as traced in WWII history.

Series overview[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (1962–63)[edit]

The first-season DVDs come in two sets, "Campaign 1" and "Campaign 2," which are sold separately. Each "Campaign" contains four discs. Each disc contains four episodes plus bonus material. There are eight discs total in both "Campaigns," with 16 episodes in each, for a combined 32 episodes, which are listed in order below.

Season 2 (1963–64)[edit]

The second-season DVDs come in two sets, "Mission 1" and "Mission 2," which, like the "Campaigns" of the first-season DVDs, are sold separately. Each "Mission" contains four discs. Each disc contains four episodes plus bonus material. There are eight discs total in both "Missions," with 16 episodes in each, for a combined 32 episodes, which are listed in order below.

Season 3 (1964–65)[edit]

The third-season DVDs come in two sets, "Operation 1" and "Operation 2," which, like the first-season "Campaigns" and the second-season "Missions," are sold separately. Each "Operation" contains four discs. Each disc contains four episodes plus bonus material. There are eight discs total in both "Operations," with 16 episodes in each, for a combined 32 episodes, which are listed in order below.

Season 4 (1965–66)[edit]

The fourth-season DVDs come in two sets, "Conflict 1" and "Conflict 2," which, like the first-season "Campaigns," the second-season "Missions," and the third-season "Operations," are sold separately. Each "Conflict" contains four discs. Each disc contains four episodes, except from the last CD which contains three episodes, plus bonus material. There are eight discs total in both "Conflicts," with 16 episodes in "Conflict 1" and 15 episodes in "Conflict 2," for a combined 31 episodes, which are listed in order below.

Season 5 (1966–67)[edit]

As pointed out in the main article on Combat!, this is the only season of the program produced in color.

The fifth-season DVDs come in two sets, "Invasion 1" and "Invasion 2," which, like the first-season "Campaigns," the second-season "Missions," the third-season "Operations," and the fourth-season "Conflicts," are sold separately. Each "Invasion" contains four discs. Each disc contains three episodes plus bonus material except the first disc of "Invasion 1," which contains four episodes plus bonus material. There are eight discs total in both "Invasions," with 13 episodes in "Invasion 1" and 12 episodes in "Invasion 2," for a combined 25 episodes, which are listed in order below.

External links[edit]

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Combat! Season 1
Combat! Season 2
Combat! Season 3
Combat! Season 4
Combat! Season 5

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Season 5
COMBAT! episodes:
[The Gun]
[The Losers]
[Ollie Joe]
[The Brothers]
[The Chapel at Able Five]
[A Child's Game]
[The Letter]
[Headcount]
[Decision]
[The Outsider]
[Conflict]
[Gulliver]
[The Bankroll]
[Cry for Help]
[The Furlough]
[Entombed]
[Gadjo]
[Anniversary]
[Encounter]
[The Gantlet]
[The Masquers]
[A Little Jazz]
[Nightmare on the Red Ball Run]
[Jonah]
[The Partisan]

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Combat! reviews by Jo Davidsmeyer • Episodes rated from 0 to 4 bayonets

 

(Sal Mineo and Fernando Lamas)
 

RATING: 3.5 bayonets

Written by Irve Tunick
Directed by Bernard McEveety

First aired 04-Oct-1966
Episode 4 of Season 5

SYNOPSIS:

Marcel, the younger brother of a French partisan, freezes when confronted with danger. His older brother, Leo, refuses to acknowledge those fears, forcing his brother on a mission. Marcel comes because he does not want his brother to be ashamed of him. Marcel kills a German on patrol but cannot deal with it, saying he can go no further. They are captured by Germans and tortured. All are afraid the youngest brother will talk, including the youngest brother.

REVIEW:

In this tightly crafted script by Irve Turnick, the moral dilemma is faced by the guest stars, not the regulars. Lamas struggles with decisions about his younger brother. How interesting, though, would it have been, if the same plot could have been adapted to one of the regulars? What would Saunders have done in that situation if it was his brother Chris about to betray them? Both Mineo and Lamas are excellent as the dis-similar brothers. Ted Knight, who returns for the third time to Combat!, plays a German officer shocked at the Frenchman's fanaticism. With disgust, the German orders the execution of this madman who would murder his own brother

NOTES, ODDITIES, AND BLOOPERS:

  • When the squad ambushes the Germans, Caje throws himself backwards to attack a German.
  • Hanley has an extra seven in his serial number.
  • Typical fifth-season blood bath at the end: four unarmed Americans slaughter fourteen Germans.

ABOUT FILMING THE EPISODE:

Dick Peabody said in his column in the Mountain Democrat, "The most entertaining guest we ever had was the late Fernando Lamas. Fernando was both erudite and earthy. From a wealthy family in the Argentine Republic and educated in Europe, he had the manner and the manners of the manor. But not always. Sometimes he was as funky as we were. He enjoyed doing our show so much that he would badger his agent to put him up for any role he could possibly play — mostly Frenchman or Germans. Besides English, Fernando spoke French, German, Italian and Spanish. His stories about his days as an MGM contract player should have been a book (X-rated), but Fernando was a talker not a writer."

CAST:

Rick Jason as Lt. Hanley
Vic Morrow as Saunders [does not appear] Guest Star Fernando Lamas as Leon Paulon Jack Hogan as Kirby
Dick Peabody as Littlejohn
Pierre Jalbert as Caje Special Guest Sal Mineo as Marcel Paulon Kurt Landen as 1st German Sergeant
Paul Busch as 2nd German Sergeant
and
Ted Knight as Lt. Herlmoch

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The Gun

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The Gun

The Gun

Season: 5 Episode: 1  |  Tue, 13th Sep 1966

The Losers

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The Losers

The Losers

Season: 5 Episode: 2  |  Tue, 20th Sep 1966

Ollie Joe

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Ollie Joe

Ollie Joe

Season: 5 Episode: 3  |  Tue, 27th Sep 1966

The Brothers

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The Brothers

The Brothers

Season: 5 Episode: 4  |  Tue, 4th Oct 1966

The Chapel at Able-Five

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The Chapel at Able-Five

The Chapel at Able-Five

Season: 5 Episode: 5  |  Tue, 11th Oct 1966

A Child's Game

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A Child's Game

A Child's Game

Season: 5 Episode: 6  |  Tue, 18th Oct 1966

The Letter

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The Letter

The Letter

Season: 5 Episode: 7  |  Tue, 25th Oct 1966

Headcount

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Headcount

Headcount

Season: 5 Episode: 8  |  Tue, 1st Nov 1966

Decision

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Decision

Decision

Season: 5 Episode: 9  |  Tue, 15th Nov 1966

The Outsider

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The Outsider

The Outsider

Season: 5 Episode: 10  |  Tue, 22nd Nov 1966

Conflict

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Conflict

Conflict

Season: 5 Episode: 11  |  Tue, 29th Nov 1966

Gulliver

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Gulliver

Gulliver

Season: 5 Episode: 12  |  Tue, 6th Dec 1966

The Bankroll

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The Bankroll

The Bankroll

Season: 5 Episode: 13  |  Tue, 13th Dec 1966

Cry for Help

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Cry for Help

Cry for Help

Season: 5 Episode: 14  |  Tue, 20th Dec 1966

The Furlough

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The Furlough

The Furlough

Season: 5 Episode: 15  |  Tue, 27th Dec 1966

Entombed

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Entombed

Season: 5 Episode: 16  |  Tue, 3rd Jan 1967

Gadjo

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Gadjo

Gadjo

Season: 5 Episode: 17  |  Tue, 17th Jan 1967

Anniversary

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Anniversary

Anniversary

Season: 5 Episode: 18  |  Tue, 24th Jan 1967

Encounter

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Encounter

Encounter

Season: 5 Episode: 19  |  Tue, 31st Jan 1967

The Gantlet

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The Gantlet

The Gantlet

Season: 5 Episode: 20  |  Tue, 7th Feb 1967

The Masquers

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The Masquers

The Masquers

Season: 5 Episode: 21  |  Tue, 14th Feb 1967

A Little Jazz

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A Little Jazz

A Little Jazz

Season: 5 Episode: 22  |  Tue, 21st Feb 1967

Nightmare on the Red Ball Run

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Nightmare on the Red Ball Run

Nightmare on the Red Ball Run

Season: 5 Episode: 23  |  Tue, 28th Feb 1967

Jonah

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Jonah

Jonah

Season: 5 Episode: 24  |  Tue, 7th Mar 1967

The Partisan

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The Partisan

The Partisan

Season: 5 Episode: 25  |  Tue, 14th Mar 1967


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Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 4 is the most controversial one yet

Rick and Mortyoften tries very hard to push the envelope, but when Morty’s sperm mutates into giant monsters that threaten the world, the end result is an absurd but hilarious episode that’ll make you cringe.

Once again, Morty’s horniness almost dooms everyone. After a serious and emotionally impactful Episode 3, “Rickdependence Spray” feels like lowbrow whiplash.

Season 5 Episode 4 might be the series’ boldest episode ever, and it borders on the obscene. Early discussions on Reddit make it clear that you either love this story for its cutting commentary on gender dynamics, or you hate it for being too ridiculous and/or offensive and going too far off the rails. “Rickdependence Spray” will definitely be a memorable one, that’s for sure.

The episode starts out at the horse hospital where Beth works as a horse heart surgeon. Morty’s impatiently waiting to go to a movie when he notices a device called a “breeding mount” used to extract "reproductive material” from the horses. Morty gets that same look on his face we saw back in “Raising Gazorpazorp” when he saw an alien sex doll, and that led to him having an alien hybrid son.

Somehow, this is so much worse.

After Morty spends a week “volunteering” at the hospital depositing his reproductive material, Rick conveniently winds up building a biochemical weapon to combat the “Chuds,” the cannibal horse people living underground.

Rick’s device backfires because the DNA is all sorts of messed up. The levels of catastrophe that ensue are on par with that time Rick made a love potion but the flu caused it to mutate enough to Cronenberg the entire planet. The sperm become enormous dragon monsters with horrible teeth and enough intelligence that they can build a trebuchet, understand language, and eventually develop enough machinery for the Sperm Queen to speak from an android body.

Giving her a voice and gendering it as a female is a stroke of brilliance because it enhances the theme of male shame at play here. There are moments of this episode that feel a little bit like Big Mouth in its exploration of shame related to masturbation in adolescents. The Netflix series is known for presenting abstract ideas like shame, anxiety, and hormones as monsters we can communicate with directly. There’s a lot of inherent value in normalizing taboos if only so we can talk more openly about them. Does this Rick and Morty episode go a little bit too far? Probably, but at least the show is tugging us in the right direction.

Co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland seem to delight in generating shock. Even at its worst, Rick and Morty is a smartly written show that maintains one serious rule: Never take anything too seriously.

Sometimes that makes for a mixed bag. Remember, the pilot episode has a bit where Morty has to put a mega seed “way up” in his butt. The show has also made several incest jokes throughout the years. It’s programmed to make you feel uncomfortable, to push the envelope and expand your boundaries.

This particular episode is unhinged, especially when the big strategy to defeat the creatures is to embiggen one of Summer’s eggs so they can lure the monster sperm to Las Vegas. And the many performers from Vegas are deputized and fight in an epic final battle. The off-the-rails approach works here, especially when there are such brilliantly scripted moments and one-liners.

There’s a genuinely smart throughline about the failures of male bravado and the negative impact of toxic masculinity. The giant human egg is Summer’s idea, yet a man takes credit for it. Then she and Beth play a crucial role in the battle at Las Vegas, where the Chuds also inexplicably show up to lend a hand — or a hoof? A male caused this problem, and (almost) every man that gets involved just makes things worse. Horse people and sperm monsters aside, Rick and Morty is saying some really compelling things about gender dynamics and the patriarchy.

It helps that we’re in on the joke from the get-go. Morty hides his shameful secret for as long as he possibly can before he’s outed and shamed for his masturbatory practices. And of course he bonds with a nervous monster sperm of his, even treating it like a pet. (Typical!) He gets his comeuppance when that specific sperm fertilizes Summer’s egg, resulting in a giant mutant incest baby that gets shot out into space.

Yeah, it sounds a bit like Rick and Morty Mad Libs.

One of the episode’s best lines — one that’s easy to miss — comes rather late when someone says they should kill the mutant incest baby. “That’s a human life!” the President says, “and this is an election cycle.” As absurd and far removed from reality Rick and Morty gets, it is still astutely aware of the backward logic and inherent absurdity in the real world. With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, the POTUS is only concerned about his re-election campaign.

What could be more realistic than that?

Rick and Morty Season 5 airs Sunday nights on Adult Swim at 11 p.m. Eastern.

Sours: https://www.inverse.com/entertainment/rick-morty-season-5-episode-4-rickdependence-spray-review
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Season Five Episodes (1966-67)
(one-line descriptors written by Nancy Durgin)

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  1. The Gun Sep-13-1966 (W:Esther and Bob Mitchell D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Warren Stevens, Tim Felix, Wayne Rogers
    Saunders and squad must move German gun that destroyed their tank
  2. The Losers Sep-20-1966 (W:Edward J. Lakso D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Bill Bixby, Harry Landers, John Considine, Mark Russi,...
    Saunders is forced to enlist aid of 4 soldiers due for court martial
  3. Ollie Joe Sep-27-1966 (W:Frank Moss D:Bernard McEveety)
    Guests:Robert Walker, Claude Akins, Tom Pace, Warren Vanders, William Bryant,...
    A young soldier is just a little *too* anxious to please....
  4. The BrothersOct-04-1966 (W:Irve Turnick D:Bernard McEveety)
    Guests:Fernando Lamas, Sal Mineo, Kurt Landen, Ted Knight, Paul Busch,...
    Squad is helped by a member of Maquis and his reluctant brother
  5. The Chapel at Able-Five Oct-11-1966 (W:Phillip W. Hoffman D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Fritz Weaver, Jan Malmsjo, John Hudson, Louis Elias, George Sawaya,...
    German chaplain gets a blinded Saunders to unwittingly aid a wounded German
  6. A Child's Game Oct-18-1966 (W:Gilbert Ralston, Sidney Ellis D:Bernard McEveety)
    Guests:Peter Haskell, Jim Henaghan, Mark DeVries, John Walker, Eric Vaughn,...
    Saunders and squad try to take farmhouse protected by teenage soldiers
  7. The LetterOct-25-1966 The Letter (W:Shirl Hendryx D:Georg J. Fenady)
    Guests:Randy Boone, Barry Russo, John Nealson, Peter Hellman, Mark Bailey,...
    Saunders is upset by news that his kid brother has enlisted
  8. Headcount Nov-01-1966 (W:James Menzies D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Jan Merlin, Ron Soble, William Schallert, Tom Pace, Paul Busch,...
    Saunders and men take charge of German prisoners who outnumber them
  9. Decision Nov-15-1966 (W:Esther and Bob Micthell, Paul Playdon, P.Barry D:Georg J. Fenady)
    Guests:James Franciscus, Herbert Andress, Louis Elias, William Bryant,...
    A soldier who had studied to be a doctor doesn't want to kill
  10. The Outsider Nov-22-1966 (W:Shirl Hendryx D:Richard Benedict)
    Guests:Jason Evers, Paul Busch, Steven Marlowe, Biff Elliot, William Bryant,...
    New man from hill country has trouble fitting in
  11. Conflict Nov-29-1966 (W:Esther and Bob Mitchell D:Georg J. Fenady)
    Guests:Bill Harlow, Tom Pace, William Bryant, Buddy Pantsari, Gerd Rain,...
    Caje and Littlejohn's bickering endangers the squad.
  12. GulliverDec-06-1966 (W:Wincelberg,Shapiro,Playdon,Frederick D:Vic Morrow)
    Guests:Stefan Arngrim, Paul Busch, William Bramley, Vicki Malkin, S.Hardin,...
    Littlejohn is wounded and captured by French children
  13. The BankrollDec-13-1966 (W:Shirl Hendryx D:Georg Fenady)
    Guests:James Stacy, Buck Taylor, Mike Farrell, William Bryant, Steve Marlowe,...
    New man who owes Kirby a bundle turns out to be a welcher
  14. Cry for Help Dec-20-1966 (W:Sheldon Stark D:Richard Benedict)
    Guests:Robert Duvall, Jacques Roux, Faith Domergue, Chris Howard,...
    Doc and captured German medic build rapport
  15. The Furlough Dec-27-1966 (W:Paul Playdon, Bob Frederick D:Bernard McEveety)
    Guests:Carol Lawrence, John Williams, Jon Walmsley, Paul Picerni,...
    Saunders goes to England and meets woman who runs orphanage
  16. Entombed Jan-03-1967 (W:Paul Playdon, Bob Frederick, William Bast D:Bernard McEveety)
    Guests:Michael Constantine, Mark DeVries, Skip Homeier, Margaret O'Brien,...
    Hanley and men are trapped in a cave with Germans and French Maquis
  17. Gadjo Jan-17-1967 (W:Phillip W. Hoffman D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Ricardo Montalban, William Bryant, David Sheiner, Anthony Bensen,...
    Gypsy leader wants Saunders' prisoner -- an SS Major
  18. Anniversary Jan-24-1967 (W:William R. Yates, Edward J. Lakso D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Telly Savalas, Paul Busch, John Van Dreelen, Anne Whitfield,...
    A deranged Frenchman whose wife and child were killed hassles Hanley
  19. EncounterJan-31-1967 (W:Frank Moss D:Bernard McEveety)
    Guests:James MacArthur, James Daly, Paul Busch, Richard Eyer, Eddy Partsari
    War correspondent reunites with his engineer officer father
  20. The Gantlet Feb-07-1967 (W:Paul Playdon, Paul Frederick D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Tom Skerritt, Tom Pace, Bill Glover, Terence Mitchell
    Saunders is captured, hunted by dogs, wounded, and drugged
  21. The MasquersFeb-14-1967 (W:William R. Yates D:Georg J. Fenady)
    Guests:Roger Perry, Nick Adams, Gavin McLeod, Paul Busch, Maurice Marsac
    Infiltrators are all over, and Kirby is separated from his squad
  22. A Little JazzFeb-21-1967 (W:James Menzies D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Dan Duryea, Dennis Hopper, Noah Beery, Joe Maross, Paul Busch
    Saunders encounters an armed forces band that's short on common sense
  23. Nightmare on the Red Ball Run Feb-28-1967 (W:Dan E. Weisburd D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Claude Akins, William Campbell, John Carter, Paul Busch, Mike Masters,...
    Littlejohn and Kirby volunteer to spell exhausted truck drivers
  24. Jonah Mar-07-1967 (W:Richard Wendly, William Fay D:Georg J. Fenady)
    Guests:Tom Simcox, Peter Haskell, Peter Duryea
    Soldier thinks he's a jinx after repeatedly surviving mishaps
  25. The Partisan Mar-14-1967 (W:Ed Waters D:Michael Caffey)
    Guests:Robert Duvall, Claudine Longet, Paul Busch, Hank Brandt
    MIA soldier masquerading as a Frenchman reluctantly helps Saunders

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Copyright 1993, 1994 by Nancy Durgin. All Rights Reserved
Compiled from various sources including THE TV COLLECTOR and EPI-LOG magazines (and the episodes themselves!).

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