Rotten Tomatoes

Movies / TV

    Celebrity

      No Results Found

      View All
      Movies Tv shows Shop News Showtimes

      Season 2 – 12 O'Clock High

      1965 Drama War List
      Reviews This action drama follows the high-flying adventures of the 918th Heavy Bombardment Group in World War II from mid-1942 through 1944. The group is first under the command of Brig. Gen. Frank Savage and later, Col. Joseph Anson Gallagher. The TV series is based on the 1949 film of the same title. Read More Read Less

      Cast & Crew

      Episodes

      Episode 1 Aired Sep 13, 1965 The Loneliest Place in the World Savage becomes the victim of a German plan that uses captured B-17s to infiltrate Army squadrons; guest Claudine Longet. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 20, 1965 R/X for a Sick Bird The failure of a mission to drop a Polish resistance leader behind enemy lines reveals Nazi saboteurs in the bomber command. Details Episode 3 Aired Sep 27, 1965 Then Came the Mighty Hunter A gunner (Beau Bridges) cracks after a mission and admits to being underage; guests Tom Skerritt, Ted Bessell, Judy Carne. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 4, 1965 The Idolator A reckless lieutenant (Gary Lockwood) fabricates stories to cover detours onto unapproved missions; guest Lee Meriwether. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 11, 1965 Big Brother Gallagher's brother (Jack Lord), a lieutenant colonel, blames a costly German attack on the landing of Gallagher's squadron. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 18, 1965 The Hotshot Gallagher faces a challenge from the leader of a P-51 fighter squadron, who blames the B-17 pilots for the loss of a plane. Details Episode 7 Aired Oct 25, 1965 Show Me a Hero, I'll Show You a Bum A correspondent (Lois Nettleton) hails Komansky as a hero after the sergeant manages to fly a crippled plane back to England. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 1, 1965 Runway in the Dark After a Norwegian resistance leader disappears, Gallagher must turn to the man's son for help in finding Nazi installations. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 8, 1965 I Am the Enemy A fanatical hatred for his former countrymen drives a German-born lead pilot (William Shatner) to fly reckless missions. Details Episode 10 Aired Nov 15, 1965 Grant Me No Favor Gallagher goes against his father's (Barry Sullivan) advice and fights to save a friend who aborted a costly, secret mission. Details Episode 11 Aired Nov 22, 1965 Storm at Twilight Stovall requests to be returned to active flying duty after hearing of his son's disappearance in Africa; guest Ted Knight. Details Episode 12 Aired Nov 29, 1965 We're Not Coming Back Forced to ditch in Yugoslavia, Gallagher's crew accepts help from partisans with questionable loyalties; guest Ina Balin. Details Episode 13 Aired Dec 6, 1965 The Jones Boys A black-marketeer (Burt Reynolds) pressures a pilot (Andrew Prine) who feels responsible for losing a plane and a co-pilot. Details Episode 14 Aired Dec 13, 1965 Between the Lines Enemy fire causes Gallagher's plane, carrying secret passengers and data, to go down between the German and Russian fronts. Details Episode 15 Aired Dec 27, 1965 Target 802 A French woman swears revenge after one of Gallagher's planes mistakenly drops bombs that kill her father and injure her son. Details Episode 16 Aired Jan 3, 1966 Falling Star An old friend (James Daly) of Gallagher's, traumatized by losses in his life, endangers his crew by trying to prove himself. Details Episode 17 Aired Jan 10, 1966 The Slaughter Pen Gallagher leads an air, land and sea assault on a German radar station; guests Harry Guardino, Michael Rennie, Juliet Mills. Details Episode 18 Aired Jan 17, 1966 Underground Gallagher, downed and taken prisoner in neutral Switzerland, must escape to deliver vital information; guest Robert Walker. Details Episode 19 Aired Jan 24, 1966 Which Way the Wind Blows Gen. Britt brings in a WAC weather forecaster (Dina Merrill) to help prevent combat losses due to unexpected weather hazards. Details Episode 20 Aired Jan 31, 1966 The Outsider An error-prone pilot (James MacArthur) ignores orders in an attempt to prove himself; guests Lee Meriwether, Dabney Coleman. Details Episode 21 Aired Feb 7, 1966 Back to the Drawing Board A civilian master technician (Burgess Meredith) invents a device that allows B-17's to bomb accurately through cloud cover. Details Episode 22 Aired Feb 14, 1966 Twenty-Fifth Mission A talented pilot (Bradford Dillman) suffering internal anxieties learns that a miscount means he must fly one more mission. Details Episode 23 Aired Feb 21, 1966 The Survivor Gallagher discovers the reason behind a pilot's (Don Gordon) cold, belligerent attitude; guests Don Quine, Jill Ireland. Details Episode 24 Aired Feb 28, 1966 Angel Babe A flight engineer (Roddy McDowall) insists that his airplane, Angel Face, will refuse to fly her 50th, and final, mission. Details Episode 25 Aired Mar 7, 1966 Decoy A German U-boat captain leaves stranded Gallagher and another pilot on a North Sea island, intending to use them as decoys. Details Episode 26 Aired Mar 14, 1966 The Hollow Man A pilot just returned from five months in a German prison camp freezes during a practice flight, resulting in a major crash. Details Episode 27 Aired Mar 21, 1966 Cross-Hairs on Death A dishonorably discharged flier (James Franciscus) masquerades as a replacement pilot in order to fly one combat mission. Details Episode 28 Aired Mar 28, 1966 Day of Reckoning A grief-stricken chaplain unwittingly provides the chance for two German prisoners to try to blow up Archbury's bomb dumps. Details Episode 29 Aired Apr 4, 1966 Siren Voices A British girl (Victoria Shaw) broadcasting for the Germans as a double agent obtains codes and frequencies for the Allies. Details

      Audience Ratings

      View All (0) audience reviews
      There are no Verified Audience reviews for 12 O'Clock High — Season 2 yet. Read All Audience Reviews
      Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Robert Douglas, Laslo Benedek, Alan Crosland Jr., Richard Donner, Gerald Mayer, Jerry Hopper, Don Medford, Robert Gist, Dick Donner
      Executive Producer
      Quinn Martin
      Screenwriter
      Andy Lewis, Robert Lewin, Anthony Spinner, David P. Lewis, Philip Saltzman, Carey Wilber, Ellis Marcus, William D. Hamilton, Marc Huntly
      Network
      ABC
      Rating
      TV-PG
      Genre
      Drama, War
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 13, 1965