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Updates 07/23/2012, I
added photos to the following episode reviews:
have just migrated the website to a new host server. Unfortunately, I am
unable to get the user polls (AdvancedPoll) for the episodes to work on
this new host. I am working on the problem. If I am unable to fix it,
the polls will be scrapped. Sorry!
March 23, 2012: added Facebook LIKE button for main page and
also a LIKE Box for the Combat! Facebook page. Plus, you can now leave
comments on bottom of this page via Facebook.
2011: NOTES Hi visitors! My summer project is a
general clean-up of this website. This website been up for many, many years
-- since 1995 -- and
I'm revisiting all the pages, cleaning up any broken links and updating
information. If you see something that needs fixing, please let me know!
The forum, alas, is broken - you can view older comments but can't add
any new comments. Even so, I hope you enjoy the website and will come
visit us again.
Saunders in Bronze
Artist (and Combat! fan) Michael
Keropian has designed and created a truly superb work of art honoring
Sergeant Saunders. Please visit his website at
keropiansculpture.com/sgt_saunders.html for more photos and further
He has also designed a stunning bust of our hero.
NOTE: I'm testing out a "rate the episode"
feature that lets you not only give your own 0 to 4-bayonet rating, but
also lets you leave comments. Please check out this feature by visiting
any of the episode reviews on the site. If you catch any errors, please
let me know!
August 13, 2011:
- Corrected Caje
Woundings page (list of wounds received by Caje). Thank you Janet
Aldrich for catching that I was missing his wounding in "What Are the
Bugles Blowin' For? Part 2"
- Added information about METV showing combat (The
Show). Thank you Wayne Tuttle for updating me on this info.
August 2, 2011:
July 28, 2011: Recently updated pages:
- Added photos to: : The Casket,
The First Day,
- Added new episode pages: Gitty,
Run, Sheep, Run,
One at a Time,
Ask Me No Questions
- Adding "Fans Rate the Episodes" code to 4th season episodes.
July 26, 2011: Recently updated pages:
July 25, 2011: Recently updated pages:
July 24, 2011: Recently updated pages:
June, 2011: General clean-up of broken and out-dated links
MARATHON on MEMORIAL DAY .... watch in-between the shows for original material.
The "Back to the Front" special is 29 minutes, but you'll also get 25 minutes of
original interviews tucked in between the episodes on Memorial Day.
NEWS for May, 2004: COMBAT! marathon on Encore Action Channel on Memorial
day. Also features a half-hour documentary, "Combat! Back to the Front"
which includes interviews of Shecky Greene, Steve Rogers, Robert Altman, screenwriter
Esther Mitchell, author Jo Davidsmeyer, and more! Hosted by Tom Skerritt. See more about COMBAT! BACK TO FRONT...
NEWS for February, 2004: COMBAT! DVDs are coming!
At long last, Combat! is coming out on DVD. First season is scheduled to be
released by Image Entertainment in July of this year. Two half-season sets will be
available, and Image is planning to release them as affordable sets. Included will be an
original documentary about the making of COMBAT! plus other extras!
New on this site in February:
- Tentatively planned for Memorial Day 2004, a documentary of the making of COMBAT! to air
on the Encore Action channel. Features interviews with cast members, directors, and more!
- On December 29 tune in to the Joe
Mazza radio show for COMBAT! discussion with Jo Davidsmeyer. Hear the latest news,
call in with your questions!
- New episode review for "Decision"
starring James Franciscus
November, 2003: COMBAT! returned to Encore Action Channel on Veteran's Day,
November 11, 2003 with an all-day marathon!
Photos of Combat! cast at Korbel winery
Combat! Episode review of Ask Me No
Questions guest starring Claude Akins
May 9, 2003:
Combat! Episode review of Hills Are for
your own caption to this unique Combat! photos
May 7, 2003: Many of you have enjoyed the original Combat! fan
fiction by Mary Wright. Unfortunately, she is no longer able to maintain her Dog Face
Tales web site. But, there is good news Mary has agreed to let us host her fan
fiction on the CombatFan site. So, please visit Mary's own version of our Combat! squad at
Dog Face Tales
April 7, 2003: Check out the online version of Rick Jason's autobiography
Scrapbooks of My Mind
Additions to web site:
March 14, 2003: Episodes reviews of: The Flying Machine, Crossfire, Soldier
of Fortune, Luck with Rainbows
Feb 25, 2003:
1965 Vic Morrow Interview
: Saunders and Combat
Jan 21, 2003:
- Complete appearances list, showing all episodes
each actor appeared in and the number of times he was wounded and captured
- Updates to the Actors in WWII list
- Episode reviews:
- 9 Place Vendee Hanley infiltrates
German-held town to rescue intelligence officer
- A Sudden Terror
Guests: Brandon DeWilde
Hanley tries to free young soldier trapped in quicksand
Hanley escapes from POW camp dressed as Albanian officer
- Breakout Dec-14-1965 (W:Edward J. Lakso
Guests: Fernando Lamas, Ross Strulin, Mark Tobin, Peter Hellman
Frenchman is angry after Saunders destroys his tractors
- The Raider Dec-28-1965 (W:Kay Lenard, Jess
Carneol D:John Peyser)
Guests: Martin Brooks, Leonard Nimoy, George Backman, Raymond McGrath
Hanley is captured by German SS unit that targets officers
Jan 4, 2003:
Dec 22, 2002:
Combat! Cast Training
at Ft. Ord
The Sound of Combat! - info about
the theme music and composer
New episode reviews:
- Finest Hour Guests:Luise Rainer,
A wounded Hanley and men take shelter in chateau and are aided by countess
- Hear No Evil: Saunders
is struck deaf by an explosion, and is helped by a dog; guest Peter Haskell
- Evasion : Hanley escapes from POW
camp dressed as Albanian officer. Guest star Lloyd Bochner
Dec 20, 2002: Comments by John Bolt (actor who played Moseby Lovelace)
about "The Squad"
Dec 7, 2002 - 1965 interview of Vic Morrow "He's TV Color Blind"
Nov 23-2002, Combat! 2003 Calendar
1-2002, Episode reviews:
- Main Event A contender (boxer) and his trainer
(Jack Carter)join the squad
- The First Day Four green men join the squad, but
how many will survive?
- The Linesman Saunders helps a radio man (Jack
Hogan) with an attitude lay wire in enemy territory
- The Farmer A GI (Dennis Weaver) who is a farmer
endangers the squad by trying to rescue a cow
Updated Vic Morrow filmography with additional
photos (from Owen Marshal, A Step out of Line, Funeral for an Assasin)
Billy the Kid
: Artillery lieutenant who is son of famous general has to prove himself Guests:
Andrew Prine, Mike Masters, Ron Mills, Tom Mills, Norbert Sigfried,...
Beneath the Ashes : Hanley delays in
delivering news that a soldier's wife is dying Guests: Chad Everett, Robert
Fortier, Greg Mullavey, Noam Pitlik,...
Odyssey : Saunders fakes shell-shock after waking up
in a German uniform Guests: Bert Freed, Sasha Hardin, Ivan Triesault, Tino
New, Revised Combat! book has arrived!
The truck is now in the driveway delivering the new revised COMBAT! A Viewer's
Companion book even as I type this. Yippee!!! Anyone who ordered a book &
calendar, please note that all orders will go out late this evening. If you ordered by
priority mail, your books should arrive in two to four days. If by media mail, one to
Thank you, all! (For the newbies, for info about what I'm talking about, visit www.jodavidsmeyer.com/combat/book.html)
- Computer Crash! I just lost all my email for the year 2002. If you sent me a
recent email that I haven't responded to, please email
it again. Several fans recently sent me information about WWII actors, local airings of Combat!,
and some bayonet corrections for me, and I'd love to include that info on site if you
could just send it to me again. Thanks!
- Updated The First Day review to include a photo
and a production schedule (read where they
filmed each scene and how long was alotted for each segment).
- Please visit www.aboutww2.com for
photos of WWII action in the Pacific.
- Episode review for The Hell Machine with
guest star Frank Gorshin.
- MSIE visitors can now automatically bookmark the site. Plus, if you do so by clicking on
the "Bookmark this site" link at the top of the page, you'll then not only have
a favorites bookmark to the site, but you'll also see a little, itty-bitty Sergeant
Saunders on your Favorites list. The Bookmark option will not appear on Netscape browsers
07/27/2002 More additions to the Actors in WWII
07/23/2002 From the mailbag:
I remembered Rick saying at RECON 2000, and in a letter to Jo printed in
her book how Rick had given away his rifle he carried on the show to Charlie Callas. I
wrote to Charlie to inquire about IF he still had it
in his possession. Here is his reply.
Thanks for your e-mail. Enjoyed hearingfrom you. Sorry to say the Rifle was given to a
friend of mine in 1985. He has since passed away and I have no idea what he did with it or
where it could be. I remember the barrel being plugged with lead so it could not be fired.
It was one of many Carbines that the Studio had. The Studio always has several back-ups of
the same article - in case one busts etc. etc.
I guess it is lost forever. To bad. It would have made one heck of a memento to all us
fans to see it after all this time. I did write back tell Charlie how I enjoy his work
- The Tree of Moray : Hanley
recues French traitor with valuable information Guest: Robert Loggia
- Cry in the Ruins : Hanley and Germans call
truce to rescue baby of deranged woman Guest: William Smithers, Lisa Pera, John
- Added photos to Just for the Record and The Squad reviews.
- Another Combat! site of interest: Company Headquarters, a fanfic site dedicated to Combat! fiction
with original stories by Lyne Tremblay, Lois Overton, and Rose and Amy Shrock. These are
all long-time members of the CombatFan group at Yahoo. [more
- Filming at Squaw
- TV Guide article about
Squaw Valley shoot
- Location filming at MGM backlot,
including an aerial photo of the backlots.
- Location filming at Thousand Oaks.
- Updated the German Weapons and American Weapons of WWII reference pages.
- Added picture to "Mountain Man"
- Added picture to "Little Jewel"
- Additions to the list of actors who served in WWII They Also Served
- Updates to Canadians in WWII reading list
To our Canadian visitors, you can enter Amazon.ca through any links marked with the
through the Shop Now! graphic below. Your purchases help to support this fan-run site.
07/03/2002 New episode review for Season 3 episodes:
- The Long Wait : Saunders and a
truck with wounded men are pinned down by a machine gun. Guests: Terry Carter
- A Rare Vintage : Caje and Saunders rescue
wounded Hanley, who is held captive in a winery
- The Enemy : Hanley forces German officer to disarm
booby traps Guests: Robert Duvall, Anna Lee
- A Gift of Hope : Saunders encounters old
friend who was MIA, and now has lost his nerve Guests: Rip Torn
- A Walk with an Eagle : Squad rescues
downed pilot with no respect for ground warfare Guests: Lee Philips, William Cort,
- Birthday Cake : Littlejohn receives a birthday
cake that gets him in trouble Guests: Phillip Pine, Jean Del Val
- The Cassock : James Whitmore as a German
masquerading as a priest Guests: James Whitmore, Mart Hulswit
- The Town that Went Away :
Townspeople try to protect town and winery from evacuation Guests: Jay Novello
- The Convict : French resistance contact turns
out to be escaped convict Guests: Gilbert Roland
- The Steeple : Squad tries to rescue paratrooper
from steeple in occupied town Guests: David Sheiner, Robert Cornthwaite
- More than a Soldier : Saunders is
trapped in a cave with a reluctant soldier and a German Guests: Tommy Sands, Ron
07/01/2002 New search function should improve searching all
pages of site. Please check it out.
06/24/2002 Added pages about costumes/props
and makeup used on the series.
Pages about producers Sellig J. Seligman, Robert Blees, and series creator Robert Pirosh.
From the Mailbag, Wed, 26 Jun 2002
I just wanted to share this with someone who would actually care (although
you probably already knew this). In the recent movie John Q, as the police sniper closes
in on our hero, he radios back to base, "Checkmate King Two, this is White
Reply: Dear Rick: Thanks for the email. Yes, I actually care, and No, I didn't know
this. So,the Saunders and Hanley legacy are infiltrating contemporary films.
From the Mailbag, COMBAT! in North Carolina: I thought you'd like to know that
the show has re-surfaced on WSKY-TV, Channel 4,which is based in Kitty Hawk, North
Carolina, but covers a wide area of southeastern Virginia (Hampton Roads) and northeastern
North Carolina. This station is carried on most area cable system. It airs on Sunday
nights, two episodes a week, between 9 and 11 p.m. The WSKY-TV website (WSKY4.com)
has a link, from their programming section, to the Combat web page. -- From Nate
is now being shown every day, Monday through Friday at 1:00 CST on channel 55 in Houston,
Combat! will return to the Encore Action Channel in 2003 (read more...)
Book, revised 2002 version now at printer. Taking pre-orders, click
Check out fellow fan
Susan Moar's great COMBAT! original art notecards
prints available from her RiverWolf Gallery
06/02/2002 new Episode Reviews:
- Fly Away Home : Saunders
and squad babysit some pigeons on recon mission. Guest Neville Brand..
- Brother, Brother : The
brother of Kirby's hometown friend expects special treatment Guest: Frankie
- The Hard Way Back : Sal
Mineo as a soldier who abandons Saunders, who is trapped under beam
- The Little Carousel :
Saunders and squad encounter young student nurse who wants to help Guests: Sylviane
Local channel KAZT
in Prescott, Arizona (which also serves the greater Phoenix area) broadcasts
Combat at 8 PM on Sundays and Tuesdays. (Info provided by Dale Jenkins and Mike
Actor Ron Soble, one of Combat's many outstanding guest stars, died
on May 2 at the age of 72 of brain and lung cancer. Soble was a former Golden Gloves
boxing champion in the 40s and went to Hollywood in the late 50s. He had a long and
stellar career in movies and television. (Info provided by "Peacekeeper") He
appeared in the episodes "Headcount" and
"More than a Soldier."
Review of episode Dateline
Review of episode Point of View
Review of episode The Impostor
Vintage TV Guide article: The Private War on
KICKSVILLE - Rockabilly Acetates Just saw this auction on eBay. New-release album that features Vic Morrow from
the film The Blackboard Jungle on the cover. Nothing inside about Vic, just using his
famous "record-smashing" scene as a cover. Anyone out there know who carries
May 29, 2002 - Fellow fan Pat Sewell writes: Just thought you might be
interested in my book Healers in World War II: Oral Histories of Medical Corps Personnel.
I emailed Rick Jason before his death to let him know about the book. His book was about
to be released. He was very gracious when I told him how much Combat and Conlan Carter's
protrayal of a medic had impressed me.
Sincerely, Patricia W. Sewell(Pat)
Healers in World War II is published by McFarland & Company, Inc.,
To order online from Amazon.com click here
To order online from Barnes & Noble click here.
It is also available from Stone and Stone World War II book site.
April-10-2002: WWII bios
of Lee Marvin and James
Best, who both guested on Combat!
Elizabeth, Queen Mum. "As the bells of Westminster Abbey pealed, a World War
II-vintage Lancaster bomber droned overhead with a Spitfire fighter at each wing, giving a
final salute to the wartime queen." Also, John Agar, who guested on the Combat!
episode "The Mockingbird" died today. He served in WWII as an Army Air Corps
April-04-2002: Conlan's Emmy nomination
March-15-2002 - web site is
in the process of a complete makeover. Please browse through the new electronic foxhole.
RETURNED! The Forums are now back online at
CombatFan! This was a popular feature (especially the photo captions section) that had to
be removed some time ago due to space considerations. On our new home, we've got plenty of
room! Feel free to participate, start your own discussions, or think of something
special... I'm open to sugggestions!
Rest in Peace: Earl Parker, who was Vic Morrow's stunt double and
a stunt coordinator for Combat!, passed away Sunday, February 24, 2002. Photo collage by
Read more about Earl...
NEW in January 2002: Actors in WWII - a biography of Albert Salmi
COMBAT! 2002 calendars. Cost $12.99 plus
shipping. [...learn more]
Recon 2002 the weekend of June 28-30 in Oakland. [...learn how to register]
Visit Lady Garand's Combat! photo site. She
has added a new episode, "The Partisan." Great work!
Cindy Jason has announced that Rick's ashes will be interred at
Valentino Hall in Hollywood Forever cemetery on May 26th, 2001
at 3:00 pm. Any of his fans are welcome to attend the memorial service. Her only request
is: don't wear black and no need to cry. Rick liked throwing parties, and this should be a
6000 Santa Monica Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90038
Fellow Fan Steven Dawes (aka TommyGun) has put Rick Jason's final interview (KTRS) from
September 2000 up on NAPSTER. Just search for "Rick Jason interview" in the
title search. It is one long file, so be prepared for a long download on a slower modem --
some fans have reported difficulty in downloading this. Steve also wishes to extend thanks
to Jill Pochek for saving this interview for all of us to enjoy.
Some of Rick's personal items, including his gun collection, will be auctioned by Superior
Galleries in Los Angeles some time in June. As more information is available, I will post
on the announce list.
Donna Callison is at work organizing a 2002 COMBAT! cast reunion in California's wine
country. No date is set yet, but target date is in the summer.
New on the COMBAT! web site:
Many items in Dick Peabody's estate are now up for auction on eBay. These are
being offered for sale by his wife, Tina Peabody. Click on the eBay button here to see
what she has for sale, and check again throughout the upcoming months as she puts more
items up for auction.
Burt Kennedy, esteemed "Combat!" writer and
director died at age 78 on February 15. [Read article]
We were honored to have Burt as a guest at Recon '98 in the Simi Valley. He generously
donated several of his original "Combat!" scripts for auction.
With sadness, the original COMBAT! mailing list is being terminated.
List-mom and creator Nancy Durgin is no longer able to maintain the two lists that have
been in existence since 1994. If you are on the lists, you've been sent information about
the new lists. If you wish to join, see below. Our heart-felt thanks to Nancy, whose hard
work over the years have made Combat! fandom possible. Thanks White Rook!
- The new discussion list CombatFan at eGroups.com is a free-wheeling, open forum for
discussion of "Combat!" This is a very high-traffic list. Jo Davidsmeyer (aka
King Two) is the list administrator. The list is mostly unmoderated. If flame-wars
arise, the list will switch temporarily to a moderated list.
- Combat-Announce at eGroups.com is a moderated, low-volume list for announcements of
interest to "Combat!" fans. No discussion is allowed on this list (for that, see
list above). Five or fewer messages per month. This list is for those who want to keep
informed of happenings in Combat! fandom, but don't want the high traffic of the
December: COMBAT! t-shirts
and mugs on sale
New on the COMBAT! web site:
- August 28, 2000: Picture of
Vic Morrow in Hell's Five Hours.
August 18, 2000: Tuskegee
airmen books and facts
August 15, 2000: Special Effects used on
August 13, 2000: Article about Neville Brand,
update to Book Store June
20, 2000: New picture
- May 28, 2000: New picture
- Pictures of Mission Vineyard, where the episode
"The Hunter" was filmed.
- Rick Jason appeared before a sell-out crowd on May 17, 2000 at the Museum of Television
and History in Los Angeles. He was guest speaker at a viewing of Orson Wells' "The
Fountain of Youth," which Rick Jason starred in.
- Added feature to send Combat! e-cards
- May 8, 2000: New picture
for captioning from "Mountain Man"
New on the COMBAT! web site in April:
- April 28, 2000: Want to send an electronic COMBAT!
greeting? Click here.
- April 25, 2000: New picture for
captioning, Chicago TV Week cover with Rick Jason and Vic Morrow
- April 19, 2000: Link to COMBAT! fan fiction
site "Back to the Front"
- April 13, 2000: New picture for
captioning, Pierre Jalbert flashing bayonet at Franklin Canyon for the RECON
- On April 8, 2000,
about sixty friends and family of
Dick Peabody ("Littlejohn") came together for a party in his memory in
Placerville, California. Tina Peabody brought a scrapbook of Dick's life, which brought
back many memories to all. There was much eating, much drinking, and Tina is sure that
Dick was there in spirit, having a merry time along with everyone else. Here's to you, big
- Visit More
Stories from the Front, a great fan fiction page written by Susan Balnek-Ballard. A
different Combat! story appears monthly. (Apologies to Susan that I've taken so
long to get your link up. Keep up the great fan fiction!)
- Combat! theme music in AU format. (NOTE: File is 403 k, so will take a long
time to download on most modems. If you wish to hear it more than once, please download
the music and save it to your computer. That helps save our bandwidth. Thank you!)
New in February:
New in December:
Dec 27: Dick Peabody passed away.
Dec 17, new picture for captioning
from COMBOAT! '96
New in November, 1999:
- Nov 25, new picture for captioning from "Vendetta"
- Nov 12, new picture for captioning from "The Prisoner"
- Link to Purple Hearts, a Combat!
fan fiction site.
- The WWII news ticker that scrolled across the top of the main page has been removed,
replaced by a static list of WWII news topics on the right hand side of this page. The
news ticker, though looking very snazzy, interferred with older versions of browsers.
New in October, 1999
- Oct 30: New caption,
a color pic of the Sarge and Lt.
- Oct 19:Captions
have moved to new location. Yes, yes, yes -- this makes it easier to maintain, so new
caption pictures should be updated a bit more frequently now. I appreciate all your
patience and all your great captions! The new picture for
captioning is from "One More for the Road."
New in September, 1999
- MESSAGE BOARD REMOVED... please
use the Forums for your messages from now on. This helps consolidate the website and
brings the message center "under one roof."
- Check out the VCR alert section of the
Forums -- you'll find lists of things to watch starring your favorite COMBAT! stars, as
well as listings for Encore schedule.
- New picture for captioning: from episode
- Fellow fans Rob and Claudia
dressen recommend: I just wanted to recommend a book to all the Combat!
fans. It's called Donald's
Story. It tells the true story of an Army Air Corp. pilot's experience in WWII. The
pilot's niece wrote the book and she tells his story through letters that he wrote home. I
have never read a book that gives you so many perspectives of the war both on a personal
level and an historical one. It's one of the most touching stories I have ever read. All
you P-51 fans will really enjoy the technical stuff! Truly a unique account.
- ANNOUNCING RECON 2000 October 6th, 7th and 8th, 2000, Emerald Springs
Holiday Inn in Las Vegas, Nevada
New in August
post messages you have to register. If you encounter problems or have suggestions, please
email me. This feature is not meant for general discussion; that should go to the
discussion list if you want to join the discussion list, send a subscribe request
to firstname.lastname@example.org. These forums
are for permanent comments you want to share with your fellow fans. This lets the site and
the reviews have many voices, rather than just one person's views.
- Featured episode: "The Duel" (new review and
picture, plus areas for your comments and rating).
- Update to the Book store.
- Added pic from "Rx for Murder" to Rick
Jason bio page; link to WWII news archive
- Added picture of Combat! playset to Toys page.
- Episode review: "Eyes of the Hunter"
and "The Hostages," please check out the
link within these reviews that connects to a bulletin board for you to make your own
comments about the episode. In "The Hostages" I've added a survey where you can
vote on your own bayonet rating for the episode. Let me know how you like these features (email@example.com). If it's
something you like, I'll slowly add it to the rest of the reviews.
- New picture for captioning:
from "The Gun"
- Episode review: "The Pillbox"
New on July 25, 1999:
- New picture for captioning: relaxing in France
with Earl Parker
- Added the email from Canadian History Channel
- New recomendations in bookstore
New on July 11 and 12, 1999:
Added in June 1999
- We have moved! Our new address is http://www.jodavidsmeyer.com/combat please
update your bookmarks.
- New picture for captioning: Vic, Rick, and
- New recommended reading in COMBAT book store
- Added WWII news ticker ... Why? Because your webmaster finds it fascinating that what
happened 55 years ago still resonates today. [Jun 12]
- New picture for captioning, the Lieutenant out
of uniform [Jun 6]
- Added link to the Combat! Fan
Fiction of Nathaniel Bridger [Jun 2]
Added in May 1999
- Message Board
- Reports and pictures from April's mini-Recon with
- New episode review with pictures: Conflict
- New picture for captioning
- New picture for captioning
(from "Missing In Action")
- Updated S.I.W. review
- New pictures added to the following pages:
- Chat room has been removed from web site; if not already subscribed to our discussion
list, please sign up for email discussions
with your fellow fans.
- New affiliate: Soldiercity,
an online military store.
- Moved the guestbook to a new site
- Fix for Netscape 3 users
Added in April, 1999
Added in March, 1999
- Episodes and times for Encore's COMBAT! Memorial Day marathon
- New picture for captioning
(Glory Among Men)
- Added search feature to search our web site (see upper left corner of home page)
- Share your COMBAT! memories in our guest
- New episode reviews: Ambush, Barrage, The Party, Gideon's Army
- Additions to the bloopers list
- Test your WWII weapons knowledge: take this quiz
to see how well you can identify various weapons used on the television series (requires
- on-line shopping:
- Added links to other fan sites of interest:
Added in February, 1999
New as of February 25:
- Location filming in France with then-and-now images
from Dion Osika
- A history of Franklin Canyon by Marty
- My Time with Vic: fellow fan Donna Callison shares
her childhood encounter with Vic Morrow
- New picture for captioning
New picture for captioning
Ann Raymont's report on RECON '98
New episode reviews:
Location filming at Korbel Winery
A letter from Rick Jason
Rick Jason videos for sale
Added in January, 1999
Character profiles by Othello: