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McHale’s Navy
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TV Series
    (September 11, 1962-August 20, 1966)
    ABC
    Ernest Borgnine as Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale
    Joe Flynn as Captain Wallace Burton ‘Old Lead Bottom’ Binghamton
    Tim Conway as Ensign Charles Parker
    Gary Vinson as Quartermaster George Christopher (‘Christy’)
    Billy Sands as Engineman Harrison Bell (‘Tinker’)
    Carl Ballantine as Torpedoman’s Mate Lester Gruber
    Gavin MacLeod as Seaman Joseph ‘Happy’ Haines (1962–1964)
    During the Second World War, the few surviving members of Navy Private Torpedo Boat 73 befriend the natives of a South Seas island; later they are transferred to an Italian base
    It was not shot on location but rather on a Universal Studios backlot.
    The crew rarely wore their regulation outfits.
    It featured stereotypical natives, a still — and loads of moonshine.
    Remember that awful 1997 movie with Tom Arnold as McHale’s son?
    It began as a one-hour straight drama (Seven Against the Sea, April 1962); later, with some of its writers and cast, it was modeled on The Phil Silvers Show.
    Joseph Heller was a scriptwriter.
    McHale nicknamed his men ‘eight-balls.’
    It received six Emmy nominations.

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