Four Allied soldiers roam the North African desert in machine-gun-equipped Jeeps during World War II, harrying Rommel's Afrika Korps. Their frequent foe is honorable German officer Dietrich. Occasionally, the enemies join forces against a common foe.
This gritty 1960s drama depicts the lives of a U.S. platoon fighting its way across Europe during World War II. The show is a relatively realistic portrait of the fighting, refusing to glamorize either the soldiers or the war itself. Instead, it concentrates on the struggles of the soldiers to maintain their own humanity.
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.
Perhaps the funniest show ever made about fictional hilarity in a Nazi P.O.W. prison, this series focuses on Stalag 13, a camp set aside for U.S. resistance fighters and overseen by the strict but bumbling Col. Klink. Although the prisoners have an abnormal number of perks at the camp, they are constantly trying to mess with the Germans and help the Allied war effort from within.
Like "The Avengers," "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." borrows from James Bond stories. The good guys, suave U.S. operative Napoleon Solo and sexy Russian Illya Kuryakin, work for U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement) and battle evil international syndicate THRUSH.
Charming gunslinger James West and Artemus Gordon, an inventor and master of disguise, are the country's first Secret Service agents, traveling the Old West at the behest of President Ulysses S. Grant, fighting villains, encountering beautiful women and dealing with fiendish plots to take over the world.