12 O'Clock High (1964–1967)
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Which Way the Wind Blows 

Helping the 918th to use weather patterns to bomb, an attractive meteorologist captain becomes rebellious when her weather plane is shot down.

Director:

Laslo Benedek

Writers:

James M. Miller, Beirne Lay Jr. (characters based on the novel) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Paul Burke ... Col. Joe Gallagher
Chris Robinson ... Sgt. Sandy Komansky
Frank Overton ... Maj. Harvey Stovall
Dina Merrill ... Capt. Patricia Bates
Andrew Duggan ... Maj. Gen. Ed Britt
Robert Yuro Robert Yuro ... Major Fitzsimmons
Med Flory ... Captain Blodget
Michael Macready Michael Macready ... Lieutenant Rogers
Robert Dornan Robert Dornan ... Capt. Bob Fowler
Jack Greening Jack Greening ... Air Raid Warden
Richard Schuyler Richard Schuyler ... Capt. Blodget's Co-Pilot
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Storyline

Weather plays havoc with the 918th in their attempts to disrupt German naval operations based in Hamburg, forcing multiple aborts and reducing accuracy even when they can glimpse the target through overcast skies. Badly needed help arrives in the form of a meteorologist from the States with the expertise to more accurately predict weather conditions at the target. As it turns out, the meteorologist turns out to be a rather attractive woman. The combination of Gallagher's views of the weather as an enemy, his sexist condescension to her despite her abilities, and his overactive libido, threaten to undermine her efforts. Her panicked reaction to air combat doesn't help matters much either. Written by alexk-6

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Genres:

Drama | War

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Language:

English

Release Date:

24 January 1966 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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When the weather reconnaissance plane ditches into the Channel after flying through a weather front the sea plane that comes to rescue the crew clearly has the insignia USAF on the wing. The United States Air Force was not created as a separate branch of the armed forces until 1947, 2 years after WWII ended. During the war it was part of the Army and was referred to at the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) See more »

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