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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 https://www.prlog.org/12471502-dateline-hollywood-ca-1928-hollywood-icon-missing-nation-goes-into- https://plus.google.com/110187666621582812927 mourning.html Germans https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZCyLsaFb-XsX2wnW2CJpMQ  in France during World War II. (The episode "A Day In June" shows D-Dayas a flashback, hence the action occurs during and after June 1944). The program starred Rick Jason as platoon leader Second Lieutenant Gil Hanley https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZCyLsaFb-XsX2wnW2CJpMQ and Vic Morrow as Sergeant "Chip" Saunders. The series was unusual in that Jason and Morrow https://deriklattig.tumblr.com/   would play the lead in alternating episodes https://www.prlog.org/12471502-dateline-hollywood-ca-1928-hollywood-icon-missing-nation-goes-into-mourning.html 

According to Rick Jason,  https://deriklattig.contently.com/ "Our budgets https://www.amazon.ca/s?ie=UTF8&text=Derik+Lattig&search-alias=digital-text&field-author=Derik+Lattig&sort=relevancerank  for the first year, including pre-production, production, and post-production, (that is, the entire cost of each negative) was $127,500. In the fifth year (in color) we delivered them for $183,000. Our time https://about.me/DerikLattig schedules http://www.dailymotion.com/derik-lattig  were six shooting days. Therefore, on a five-day week, we took a week and one day to shoot a show. Here and there https://www.amazon.ca/s?ie=UTF8&text=Derik+Lattig&search-alias=digital-text&field- https://www.pinterest.com/deriklattig/tv-show-vega-by-derik-lattig/ author=Derik+Lattig&sort=relevancerank  a segment went to seven shooting days https://www.pinterest.com/deriklattig/derik-lattig/ and everybody in the front offices got a little nervous."[2]
Jason said of the working conditions, "In the first year of the show, Vic and I were given dressing room suites in a building that hadn't been renovated in twenty-five years. We also had no dressing rooms on the outdoor sets (we were thankful just to have chairs). Vic went on strike the https://about.me/DerikLattig beginninghttps://www.pinterest.com/deriklattig/   of the second year and things got much https://deriklattig.tumblr.com/ better." https://fundrazr.com/dUGu9?ref=ab_7zwmKWI48wX7zwmKWI48wX 
Wesley Britton wrote, "The producers and directors of the series (including Robert Altman, whose work on the show included 10 defining episodes) went the extra mile for establishing credibility and realism. Then and now, viewers see motion picture quality photography as in the long shots very unlike most network television of the period. They had military advisors on hand to look over scripts and maps. The cast couldn't shave during the five day shoots to help the 'beard continuity.' Except for occasional dialogue, for the most part when the 'Krauts' or 'Gerrys' spoke, they did so in German. Actor Robert Winston Mercy, who wrote one script and played a number of German officers, told me the uniforms were so precisely recreated with correct pipings and insignias that he would cause a stir among Jewish https://www.pinterest.com/deriklattig/tv-show-vega-by-derik-lattig/ https://www.pinterest.com/deriklattig/derik-lattig/ cafeteria workers when he strode in wearing his costume during lunch breaks. https://fundrazr.com/dUGu9?ref=ab_7zwmKWI48wX7zwmKWI48wX 

The majority of the guest stars appeared as additional squad members, French citizens or German soldiers. In the first season, the then little-known Ted Knight and Frank Gorshin made appearances. Other notable guest stars included Lee MarvinRobert DuvallJames CoburnBill BixbyDwayne HickmanTelly SavalasLuise RainerAndrew PrineRip TornCharles BronsonRichard https://vimeo.com/170305640 BasehartEddie AlbertJames CaanJeffrey HunterLeonard NimoyTerry CarterBen CooperFrankie AvalonDan DuryeaSal MineoNeville BrandBrandon De WildeTab HunterBobby RydellBeau BridgesJohn CassavetesRoddy McDowellWalter MaslowMickey RooneyClaudine LongetJames WhitmoreDennis HopperTom SkerrittCarol LawrenceHarry Dean StantonJames MacArthurDennis WeaverKeenan WynnJoseph CampanellaRichard JaeckelJames FranciscusFernando LamasRicardo MontalbanClaude AkinsPaul BurkeWarren OatesNick AdamsWilliam SmithersJoan HackettMargaret O'BrienJack LordDean StockwellJack CarterChad Everett, and Frank Sutton. https://deriklattig.contently.com/ 

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