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This was the major Battle of the Philippine Sea. It was the giant & growing US navy against the slowly dying Japanese navy. The aerial part of the battle was nicknamed the Great Marianas Turkey Shoot by American aviators for the severely crushing the air forces of the empire of Japan.

The US navy had 15 carriers to Japan's 9 carriers. US naval aviators would wreck Japan's naval air power in this battle. Downing over 350 Japanese naval aircraft and losing only 26 of their own. Another 150+ land based Japanese planes would be destroyed.

US submarines had a field day in this battle. Sinking two of Japan's large fleet carriers. By the end of the battle Japan still had a number of carriers, but almost all the experienced Japanese pilots were long dead. This was a massive sea battle with nearly 200 ships.

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A research vessel finds a missing ship, commanded by a mysterious scientist, on the edge of a black hole. The movie had good CGI effects for the day. Maximilian Schell was good as the crazy/a bit insane scientist. Just having Yvette Mimieux back then in the movie made it worth while to go to the movies to see this one. To me it is not a "Classic" Sci-fi movie, but it still is a good watch.

Stars: Maximilian Schell, Anthony Perkins, Robert Forster, Joseph Bottoms, Yvette Mimieux, Ernest Borgnine & many more good stars.

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For more info: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078869/

Guest star: Frank Gorshin - was an American character actor, impressionist, and comedian. He was perhaps best known as an impressionist, with many guest appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show and Tonight Starring Steve Allen. His most famous acting role was as the Riddler on the live-action television series Batman.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Gorshin

When their jeep hits a land mine, Saunders, a tank captain, and private Gavin attempt to maneuver an abandoned German tank through enemy territory.

The show did use a number of US military advisors to help make the show as real as they could. The budget for the first 4 years while the show was black & white was - $127,500. per episode & $183,000. the last year when they did the episodes in color. German equipment that survived WWII was scarce. So they had to substitute American vehicles at times with German markings on them. Combat reminds me of a TV series like the HBO - Band of Brothers.

That is a one week/episode paycheck to many stars today! The guess star list is REALLY BIG. Almost every star of the day was on Combat or wanted to be on Combat.

Sgt. Saunders Marine corp looking helmet - Explained: Morrow's character often displays what appears to be a USMC cover on his helmet; it is actually a scrap from a camouflage parachute used in the D-Day invasion. Go down to (Military Connection) on the below page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat!_(TV_series)

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I discovered André Rieu music last summer. He always performs with a major big beautiful orchestra & singers that are off the charts great. This piece was performed live in Amsterdam about 5-6 years ago.

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Guest star: William Smithers - is an American actor, perhaps best known for his recurring role as Jeremy Wendell in the television series Dallas. He has guest-starred or appeared in nearly 400 television productions, including The Invaders, Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea, Star Trek, (as 'Captain Merrick' in the famous episode, 'Bread and Circuses'.) Combat, Mission:Impossible, and Hawaii Five-O.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Smithers

Guest star: John Crawford - was an American actor. He appeared in a 1961 episode of The Twilight Zone, called "A Hundred Yards Over the Rim", and in several Gunsmoke episodes. He had a key role in the 1975 film Night Moves, a crime thriller starring Gene Hackman, and played the mayor of San Francisco in 1976's The Enforcer, the third Dirty Harry film featuring Clint Eastwood.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Crawford_(actor)

Unearthing a French baby buried under ruins, unites Hanley's men and a Nazi squad. All the troops' hearts go out to the desperate young mother, but as the German lieutenant warns "distrust is a crippling thing." Laying down their arms in an unauthorized truce proves challenging to the frayed nerves of both squads in the village devastated by both sides' heavy artillery. This is a very moving episode.

The show did use a number of US military advisors to help make the show as real as they could. The budget for the first 4 years while the show was black & white was - $127,500. per episode & $183,000. the last year when they did the episodes in color. German equipment that survived WWII was scarce. So they had to substitute American vehicles at times with German markings on them. Combat reminds me of a TV series like the HBO - Band of Brothers.

That is a one week/episode paycheck to many stars today! The guess star list is REALLY BIG. Almost every star of the day was on Combat or wanted to be on Combat.

Sgt. Saunders Marine corp looking helmet - Explained: Morrow's character often displays what appears to be a USMC cover on his helmet; it is actually a scrap from a camouflage parachute used in the D-Day invasion. Go down to (Military Connection) on the below page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat!_(TV_series)

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I feel this is a good song for Easter Sunday. Happy Easter to all.

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I feel this is a good song for Easter Sunday. Happy Easter to all.

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Wealthy rancher G.W. McLintock uses his power and influence in the territory to keep the peace between farmers, ranchers, land-grabbers, Indians and corrupt government officials. This is one of Wayne's more lighthearted westerns without the shooting and battles.

Staring: John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Patrick Wayne, Stefanie Powers, Jack Kruschen, Chill Wills, Yvonne De Carlo, Jerry Van Dyke, Bruce Cabot & many more good actors.

Happy Easter to all.

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More info: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057298/

I am Irish and I do love this song. I feel this is a good song for Easter Sunday. Happy Easter to all.

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This is my (4th) attempt to get this episode to play. Finally the damn video plays~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!

Guest star: Robert Loggia - was an American actor and director. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Jagged Edge (1985) and won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor for Big (1988). I mainly remember Loggia from An Officer and a Gentleman (1982) and Independence Day (1996).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Loggia

Lt. Hanley leads the squad on a mission to find and bring back a French collaborator named Duval. The American intelligence folks want to interrogate him for the valuable information he has concerning the Germans, but the French Underground want Duval to hang him from the Tree of Moray for his treasonous activities. Robert Loggia guest stars as Etienne, the leader of the local underground forces. As the episode progresses, Hanley and Etienne jockey back and forth to gain possession of Duval. First the underground has Duval, and then Hanley's men get him, but his fate ...

The show did use a number of US military advisors to help make the show as real as they could. The budget for the first 4 years while the show was black & white was - $127,500. per episode & $183,000. the last year when they did the episodes in color. German equipment that survived WWII was scarce. So they had to substitute American vehicles at times with German markings on them. Combat reminds me of a TV series like the HBO - Band of Brothers.

That is a one week/episode paycheck to many stars today! The guess star list is REALLY BIG. Almost every star of the day was on Combat or wanted to be on Combat.

Sgt. Saunders Marine corp looking helmet - Explained: Morrow's character often displays what appears to be a USMC cover on his helmet; it is actually a scrap from a camouflage parachute used in the D-Day invasion. Go down to (Military Connection) on the below page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat!_(TV_series)

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Detailed mini series on the worlds battleships from the very beginning to the end. Here you will find some extremely rare footage of the great warships. Going back in time to steam ships and the first Ironclad warships. The first ironclad battleship, Gloire, was launched by the French Navy in November 1859.

In 1860 Great Britain launched the HMS Warrior in response to the French warship Gloire.

Included in this episode: The Battle of Hampton Roads, often referred to as either the Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack (or Virginia) or the Battle of Ironclads. After the American Civil War we get to see the first battleship that give up any and all sails. This started around 1870.

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The first upload would not play again for me. This is my 3rd ATTEMPT to UPLOAD this movie.

Staring: John Wayne, Rock Hudson, Roman Gabriel, Lee Meriwether, Merlin Olsen, Bruce Cabot, Jan-Michael Vincent, Ben Johnson and many more great actors.

Roman Gabriel was the great starting quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams during the late 1960s and early '70s. His acting career just never took off. I do like him in this movie. Another famous football player was the late great Merlin Olsen. Played defensive tackle for Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League, 1962-1976.

This story takes place just months after the American Civil War has ended. John Wayne plays Col. John Henry Thomas, but is no longer in the Union army. Along with a number of his former soldiers they are taking a heard of horses to be sold to government agents. Only the government agents back then are just as corrupt as they are today. They are not willing to pay market price for the horse and figure to pocket a extra $10.00 for each horse. (3,500) horses.

Mexico is in it's own kind of civil war. Two men from the unpopular Mexican gov. offer to buy all of Wayne's horse at the going rate of $35. a head. Sight unseen. Wayne chooses to sell his horses to the unpopular Mexican gov.

Rock Hudson plays Col. James Langdon. He is leading what is left of his command including families to what they have been told is a new life for all in Mexico.

Wayne & Hudson eventually are forced to mend their differences in order to fight off both bandits and revolutionaries, as they try to lead their friends and kin to safety.

This movie came out after True Grit. In many ways I enjoyed this movie more than True Grit.

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This is a good (Cold War) Sci-fi movie from 1952. An American scientist is able to contact and communicate with Mar. The responses are a bit cryptic. Involving political, economic, and spiritual repercussions. It would seem that Mars is a utopia and that Earth's people can be saved if they return to the worship of God.

This causes problems around the planet in the troubled areas in 1952.

Stars: Peter Graves as the American scientist. Graves is well known for his roles in Airplane, Airplane II and 1967-73 Mission Impossible as James Phelps.

More info: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0045073/

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It has been many years since I have watched this movie. Not Wayne's best, but it still is very good. After the Civil War, Cord McNally searches for the traitor whose treachery caused the defeat of McNally's unit and the loss of a close friend. Christopher Mitchum - "Robert Mitchum's" son once again is in a John Wayne movie. Jack Elam & Victor French are the bad guys and they are excellent at being bad guys.

For more information: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066301/

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This song was used as the title of the it movie (Pretty Woman 1990) with Richard Gere and Julia Roberts. This movie made Julia a STAR & reminded many people of Gere from "A Officer & Gentleman". Richard where had you been all the years in between? The movie is great & the song by Roy Orbison is fantastic. The movie featured some really great supporting actors. Hector Elizondo, Ralph Bellamy (in his final performance), Laura San Giacomo, and Jason Alexander

Hector Elizondo has a big role in the comedy series now on Fox - Last Man Standing with Tim Allen. I just discovered this series after it was cancelled by ABC & then picked up by Fox network. The series is great.

Roy Orbison & his music is priceless. I hope you enjoy this one. I have more that I will share.

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This is my 2nd attempt to upload this episode. The first one would not play for me.

Guest star: Terry Carter - is an American actor and filmmaker, known for his roles as Sgt. Joe Broadhurst on the seven-year TV series McCloud and as Colonel Tigh on the original Battlestar Galactica.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Carter

After opening the episode with a short firefight in a French village, Saunders' squad is in a GI 2 ½ ton truck along with four GIs in need of surgery and a load of ammo needed for the front lines. Along the way, they get pinned down by a German machine gun crew and supporting infantry...

The show did use a number of US military advisors to help make the show as real as they could. The budget for the first 4 years while the show was black & white was - $127,500. per episode & $183,000. the last year when they did the episodes in color. German equipment that survived WWII was scarce. So they had to substitute American vehicles at times with German markings on them. Combat reminds me of a TV series like the HBO - Band of Brothers.

That is a one week/episode paycheck to many stars today! The guess star list is REALLY BIG. Almost every star of the day was on Combat or wanted to be on Combat.

Sgt. Saunders Marine corp looking helmet - Explained: Morrow's character often displays what appears to be a USMC cover on his helmet; it is actually a scrap from a camouflage parachute used in the D-Day invasion. Go down to (Military Connection) on the below page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat!_(TV_series)

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I have uploaded this episode again. I could not get the 1st one to play for me. It took me 3 attempts to upload this video & 2+ hours.

Not much was known by the US about Truk Atoll at this time. Only that it was a major forward base for Japan and her navy. Navy carriers led by the USS Enterprise went in, swept the skies of Japanese aircraft, blasted the Island defenses and sank every ship that did not flee before the attack. Starting in the Solomon Islands US military forces went on a (Island Hopping) campaign.

Establishing a line of overlapping island bases. Leaving strong Japanese Islands cut off from almost any support. 10's of 1,000's of Japanese soldiers, sailors & marines would starve to death. Then the tropical diseases took just as many Japanese. Bases like Truk were blasted from the air & sea by US forces. Then everyone on the Island was left to die.

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Detailed mini series on the worlds battleships from the very beginning to the end. Here you will find some extremely rare footage of the great warships. I have combined parts 6 & 7. Part 7 was very short.

This episode is about the re-activation the Iowa class battleships for the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Then sending these great ships back into the reserve fleet. Thankfully when President Reagan came along all 4 Iowa class battleships were brought back into service. Then upgraded to fight with the modern US navy.

Action includes the bombardment by the battleships to help troops to liberate Kuwait city in the First Gulf war.

This is my 2nd attempt to upload this movie. It would not play for me when I clicked on it.

Staring: Henry Fonda & Walter Matthau. This is a cold war suspense movie when the world could have actually had World War 3. Many good stars from the time who all make this a good movie. Fail Safe shows what could really happen if we put too much trust in computers than we do people. A computer error sends a group of US bombers to strike - Moscow. The first nuclear bombing by mistake. Once the bombers reach their (Fail Safe) point they can't accept "Any" other orders that what they were issued to begin with.

Henry Fonda plays the US president. He is in direct contact with the leader of Russia by secure phone. Trying to work with the Russians to shoot down the US bombers if the president can't get them to return to base. Walter Matthau is a civilian - advisor. He is pushing for a FULL nuclear strike thinking the Russians would surrender. Rather than see both countries destroyed.

For more information: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058083/

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Guest star: Lee Philips - was an American actor, film director and television director. Philips was born in New York. His acting career started on Broadway, and peaked with a starring role as Michael Rossi in the film adaptation of Peyton Place opposite Lana Turner.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Philips

Hanley, leads some squad members to recover a flying ace when he is shot down behind enemy territory.

The show did use a number of US military advisors to help make the show as real as they could. The budget for the first 4 years while the show was black & white was - $127,500. per episode & $183,000. the last year when they did the episodes in color. German equipment that survived WWII was scarce. So they had to substitute American vehicles at times with German markings on them. Combat reminds me of a TV series like the HBO - Band of Brothers.

That is a one week/episode paycheck to many stars today! The guess star list is REALLY BIG. Almost every star of the day was on Combat or wanted to be on Combat.

Sgt. Saunders Marine corp looking helmet - Explained: Morrow's character often displays what appears to be a USMC cover on his helmet; it is actually a scrap from a camouflage parachute used in the D-Day invasion. Go down to (Military Connection) on the below page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat!_(TV_series)

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Guest star: Dan Duryea - was an American actor in film, stage, and television. Known for portraying a vast range of character roles as a villain, he nonetheless had a long career in a wide variety of leading and secondary roles. Duryea co-starred opposite Gary Cooper three times in the 1940s: Ball of Fire, Pride of the Yankees and Along Came Jones. In the 1950s, Duryea co-starred with James Stewart in three films, Winchester '73 (as the dastardly "Waco Johnny" Dean), Thunder Bay, and Night Passage.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Duryea

Sgt. Saunders and his squad are on patrol with a Captain from G-2 Intelligence. He informs them he intends to be captured by the Germans, allowing himself to be taken to a POW camp where an important writer for Stars and Stripes is being held. The Captain must get the writer out of the POW camp before he can talk, through a hidden tunnel he knows to be there. When the Captain steps on a mine and is killed, Sgt. Saunders and his squad are captured, but they intend to complete the mission.

The show did use a number of US military advisors to help make the show as real as they could. The budget for the first 4 years while the show was black & white was - $127,500. per episode & $183,000. the last year when they did the episodes in color. German equipment that survived WWII was scarce. So they had to substitute American vehicles at times with German markings on them. Combat reminds me of a TV series like the HBO - Band of Brothers.

That is a one week/episode paycheck to many stars today! The guess star list is REALLY BIG. Almost every star of the day was on Combat or wanted to be on Combat.

Sgt. Saunders Marine corp looking helmet - Explained: Morrow's character often displays what appears to be a USMC cover on his helmet; it is actually a scrap from a camouflage parachute used in the D-Day invasion. Go down to (Military Connection) on the below page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat!_(TV_series)

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Guest star: Gilbert Roland - was a Mexican-born American film and television actor whose career spanned seven decades from the 1920s until the 1980s. I remember Roland from - The Mark of Zorro (1974, TV Movie) as Don Alejandro Vega & The Sacketts (1979, TV Movie) as Don Luis.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert_Roland

A escape convict sees a Resistance leader killed, steals his papers and tricks Sgt. Saunders in escorting him where he hopes to flee to Switzerland.

The show did use a number of US military advisors to help make the show as real as they could. The budget for the first 4 years while the show was black & white was - $127,500. per episode & $183,000. the last year when they did the episodes in color. German equipment that survived WWII was scarce. So they had to substitute American vehicles at times with German markings on them. Combat reminds me of a TV series like the HBO - Band of Brothers.

That is a one week/episode paycheck to many stars today! The guess star list is REALLY BIG. Almost every star of the day was on Combat or wanted to be on Combat.

Sgt. Saunders Marine corp looking helmet - Explained: Morrow's character often displays what appears to be a USMC cover on his helmet; it is actually a scrap from a camouflage parachute used in the D-Day invasion. Go down to (Military Connection) on the below page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat!_(TV_series)

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Saunders, Caje, and Kirby are on a night mission moving through an abandoned French village when they notice an American paratrooper hanging from the church steeple in his entangled parachute - and the paratrooper is still alive.

Guest star: David Sheiner - is a former American actor. He appeared on broadway, but is known for his supporting roles in several films and television series. He started his career in television in 1952, but he was most successful during the 60s, 70s and 80s.

Sheiner appeared in several films including The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) as James the Elder, and Col Hoffen Combat! as well as The Big Brawl (1980) and Blue Thunder (1983), however was probably best known for his early small role as Roy, one of the poker players buddies of Felix and Oscar, opposite Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in the film The Odd Couple in 1968.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Sheiner

The show did use a number of US military advisors to help make the show as real as they could. The budget for the first 4 years while the show was black & white was - $127,500. per episode & $183,000. the last year when they did the episodes in color. German equipment that survived WWII was scarce. So they had to substitute American vehicles at times with German markings on them. Combat reminds me of a TV series like the HBO - Band of Brothers.

That is a one week/episode paycheck to many stars today! The guess star list is REALLY BIG. Almost every star of the day was on Combat or wanted to be on Combat.

Sgt. Saunders Marine corp looking helmet - Explained: Morrow's character often displays what appears to be a USMC cover on his helmet; it is actually a scrap from a camouflage parachute used in the D-Day invasion. Go down to (Military Connection) on the below page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combat!_(TV_series)

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Part 1 of this movie is: https://www.bitchute.com/video/tsH43641NWSw/

This movie follows the life of a Jewish prince - Judah Ben-Hur. From a rich man who is sent to a slave ship by his Roman friend Messala. Only to return to seek revenge on his friend, plus to find his mother and sister. This movie has so many great scenes. From the Roman sea battle to the chariot race. The ending with Jesus's crucifixion if touching, sad & inspiring with the miracle that takes place with Judah's mother and sister.

This is one of the most outstanding movies that I have ever watched. The actors are incredible. The sets & scenes are incredible. The music is incredible. The ending is most incredible. You never see or hear Jesus in this movie, but you do not need to. Just the way they do the scene makes you feel as if you are there.

This movie is rather long. So I have will upload it in 2 parts. This is part 2

Staring: Charlton Heston, Jack Hawkins, Stephen Boyd, Haya Harareet & so many more great stars.

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This movie follows the life of a Jewish prince - Judah Ben-Hur. From a rich man who is sent to a slave ship by his Roman friend Messala. Only to return to seek revenge on his friend, plus to find his mother and sister. This movie has so many great scenes. From the Roman sea battle to the chariot race. The ending with Jesus's crucifixion if touching, sad & inspiring with the miracle that takes place with Judah's mother and sister.

This is one of the most outstanding movies that I have ever watched. The actors are incredible. The sets & scenes are incredible. The music is incredible. The ending is most incredible. You never see or hear Jesus in this movie, but you do not need to. Just the way they do the scene makes you feel as if you are there.

This movie is rather long. So I have will upload it in 2 parts. This is part 1

Staring: Charlton Heston, Jack Hawkins, Stephen Boyd, Haya Harareet & so many more great stars.

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