Twelve O'Clock High (TV series)

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12 O'Clock High (also known as Twelve O'Clock High) is an American drama series set in World War II. This TV series was originally broadcast on ABC-TV for two-and-one-half TV seasons from September 18, 1964, through January 13, 1967; it was based on the motion picture Twelve O'Clock High (1949).wikipedia
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Paul Burke (actor)

Paul Burke
In the first episode of the second season, General Savage, played by Robert Lansing, was killed in action and replaced by Colonel Joe Gallagher, played by Paul Burke.
Paul Raymond Burke (July 21, 1926 – September 13, 2009) was an American actor best known for his lead roles in two 1960s ABC television series, Naked City and Twelve O'Clock High.

Robert Lansing (actor)

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In the first episode of the second season, General Savage, played by Robert Lansing, was killed in action and replaced by Colonel Joe Gallagher, played by Paul Burke.
Gen. Frank Savage in 12 O'Clock High (1964), the television drama series about World War II bomber pilots.

Tom Skerritt

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Tom Skerritt appeared five times, each time in a different role.
Skerritt appeared in the ABC series Twelve O'Clock High (1964-1967), five episodes; Gunsmoke (1965-1972), also five episodes), and as Evan Drake on Cheers.

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

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The series follows the missions of the fictitious 918th Bombardment Group (Heavy) of the U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF), equipped with B-17 Flying Fortress heavy bombers, stationed at Archbury Field, England (a fictitious air base).
It was subsequently used in various films and in the 1960s television show 12 O'Clock High before being retired to the Planes of Fame aviation museum in Chino, California.

Edward Mulhare

Edward Mulhare appeared twice – as different Luftwaffe officers.
He guest-starred in television programs, including the Twelve O'Clock High episode "Siren Voices" as Luftwaffe Colonel Kurt Halland.

Twelve O'Clock High

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This TV series was originally broadcast on ABC-TV for two-and-one-half TV seasons from September 18, 1964, through January 13, 1967; it was based on the motion picture Twelve O'Clock High (1949).
Twelve O'Clock High later became a television series, also called Twelve O'Clock High, that premiered on the ABC network in 1964 and ran for three seasons.

Chris Robinson (actor)

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In the 1960s, he was cast as Flight Engineer and top turret gunner Sgt. Sandy Komansky on ABC's Twelve O'Clock High in the last two seasons.

Lew Gallo

Lew Gallo (June 12, 1928 – June 11, 2000) was an American character actor and producer, best known for his role as Maj. Joseph Cobb on the 1960s ABC World War II series Twelve O'Clock High.

Bruce Dern

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Bruce Dern appeared four times as three different characters.

Paul Newlan

Newlan portrayed Big Harpe on the miniseries Davy Crockett and General Prichard on the ABC war series Twelve O'Clock High.

Andrew Duggan

Duggan had a recurring role as General Ed Britt in the second and third seasons of the ABC war series, Twelve O'Clock High.

Chino Airport

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Much of the filming was carried out on the Chino Airport, just east of Los Angeles County, California, in San Bernardino County.
During the mid-1960s, the field was used as the location setting for the TV series 12 O'Clock High, as the fictitious "Archbury Army Air Field," which was home base to the (equally fictitious) 918th Bomb Group.

Frank Overton

Overton played Major Harvey Stovall in the TV series Twelve O'Clock High, and also played a significant role in the movie Wild River, where he appeared as the jilted fiancé of Lee Remick.

Dominic Frontiere

He scored several iconic themes of the 1960s, such as The Rat Patrol, Branded, The Flying Nun, and for producer Quinn Martin The Invaders, The Fugitive, and Twelve O'Clock High.

Lynn Garrison

The segments in 1966 had the former Royal Canadian Air Force pilot Lynn Garrison coordinating the aerial footage.
Garrison also worked on Darling Lili, Barry Lyndon, Ryan's Daughter and the TV series "Twelve O'Clock High".

Barney Phillips

He was generally a guest star or featured player (e.g. a one-time appearance as an escaped criminal on the Andy Griffith Show); but he did have a number of recurring character roles in television, as series regular "Doc" Kaiser in Twelve O'Clock High (1964–1967), and as a regular on The Betty White Show (1977–1978).

John Larkin (actor, born 1912)

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John Larkin's last work came in filming episodes for his second series, ABC's Twelve O'Clock High.

Quinn Martin

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The series was a co-production of 20th Century Fox Television (Fox had also produced the movie) and QM Productions (one of their few non-law enforcement series).
QM Productions produced a string of successful television series during the 1960s and 1970s, including The Fugitive, Twelve O'Clock High, The F.B.I., The Invaders, The Streets of San Francisco, Cannon, and Barnaby Jones.

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12 O'Clock High (also known as Twelve O'Clock High) is an American drama series set in World War II.

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12 O'Clock High (also known as Twelve O'Clock High) is an American drama series set in World War II.

Television show

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This TV series was originally broadcast on ABC-TV for two-and-one-half TV seasons from September 18, 1964, through January 13, 1967; it was based on the motion picture Twelve O'Clock High (1949).

American Broadcasting Company

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This TV series was originally broadcast on ABC-TV for two-and-one-half TV seasons from September 18, 1964, through January 13, 1967; it was based on the motion picture Twelve O'Clock High (1949).

Film

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This TV series was originally broadcast on ABC-TV for two-and-one-half TV seasons from September 18, 1964, through January 13, 1967; it was based on the motion picture Twelve O'Clock High (1949).

20th Century Fox Television

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The series was a co-production of 20th Century Fox Television (Fox had also produced the movie) and QM Productions (one of their few non-law enforcement series).