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McHale's Navy

McHale's Navy

Genre: Sitcom

Quinton McHale commands a World War II P.T. boat and its oddball crew.
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French Leave for McHale

S02, E11  (First Aired: Nov. 25, 1963)
McHale (Ernest Borgnine) meets up with an old buddy (guest star George Kennedy) who has him and his men thrown in jail. With Joe Flynn and Tim Conway.

The Happy Sleepwalker

S02, E12  (First Aired: Dec. 2, 1963)
Happy's (Gavin MacLeod) sleepwalking leads Binghamton (Joe Flynn) to ship him out of the combat zone. With Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway.

A Letter for Fuji

S02, E13  (First Aired: Dec. 9, 1963)
Mailing Fuji's (Yoshio Yoda) love letter from a Japanese-held island is nothing compared to explaining the reply. With Ernest Borgnine, Joe Flynn and Tim Conway.

My Ensign, the Lawyer

S02, E14  (First Aired: Dec. 16, 1963)
All that stands between Bell and the brig is defense counsel Parker.

Orange Blossom for McHale

S02, E15  (First Aired: Dec. 23, 1963)
Binghamton (Joe Flynn) blackmails a saloon owner (guest star Joyce Jameson) to wed McHale.

Creature From McHale's Lagoon

S02, E16  (First Aired: Dec. 30, 1963)
Binghamton (Joe Flynn) orders the men of PT-73 to live in a swamp while he takes over their quarters. With Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway.

The Big Raffle

S01, E17  (First Aired: Feb. 7, 1963)
McHale's crew raffles off a date with a French charmer (guest star Claudine Longet) to raise money for a party. With Ernest Borgnine, Joe Flynn and Tim Conway.

One of Our Engines Is Missing

S01, E18  (First Aired: Feb. 14, 1963)
Binghamton (Joe Flynn) finds an excuse to have the skipper and crew of PT-73 transferred to another command. With Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway.

Who'll Buy My Sarongs?

S02, E19  (First Aired: Jan. 20, 1964)
McHale's men compete for the distinction of making the most fetching sarongs for a bazaar. With Ernest Borgnine, Joe Flynn and Tim Conway.

A Medal for Parker

S02, E17  (First Aired: Jan. 6, 1964)
A chapter of Parker's novel in which he sinks a Japanese battleship appears as fact in his hometown newspaper.

The Balloon Goes Up

S02, E18  (First Aired: Jan. 13, 1964)
Binghamton discovers he is personally responsible for a $140,000 shortage in the base inventory.

Who'll Buy My Sarongs?

S02, E19  (First Aired: Jan. 20, 1964)
McHale's men compete for the distinction of making the most fetching sarongs for a bazaar. With Ernest Borgnine, Joe Flynn and Tim Conway.

The Great Impersonation

S02, E21  (First Aired: Feb. 3, 1964)
Parker (Tim Conway) embarks on a dangerous decoy mission disguised as a British general. With Ernest Borgnine and Joe Flynn.

Evil-Eye Parker

S02, E20  (First Aired: Jan. 27, 1964)
Binghamton (Joe Flynn) is hypnotized so that the men can stage a show for the benefit of a nearby orphanage. With Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway.

Urulu's Paradise West

S02, E22  (First Aired: Feb. 10, 1964)
Binghamton (Joe Flynn) catches Gruber and Chief Urulu (Carl Ballantine, Jacques Aubuchon) selling lots on Navy-held Taratupa Island.

Dear Diary

S02, E23  (First Aired: Feb. 17, 1964)
Binghamton (Joe Flynn) finds himself and Parker (Tim Conway) on board a Japanese airplane bound for Tokyo. With Ernest Borgnine.

Babette Go Home

S02, E24  (First Aired: Feb. 24, 1964)
Binghamton finds the daughter (guest star Susan Silo) of a French planter stowed away on PT-73. With Ernest Borgnine, Joe Flynn and Tim Conway.

The Natives Get Restless

S01, E19  (First Aired: Feb. 21, 1963)
Binghamton (Joe Flynn) enlists McHale's help in pacifying a native chieftain (guest star Leon Lontok). With Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway.

The Confidence Game

S01, E20  (First Aired: Feb. 28, 1963)
Parker (Tim Conway) is given an opportunity to demonstrate his prowess as a leader. With Ernest Borgnine and Joe Flynn.

The Great Impersonation

S02, E21  (First Aired: Feb. 3, 1964)
Parker (Tim Conway) embarks on a dangerous decoy mission disguised as a British general. With Ernest Borgnine and Joe Flynn.

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(First Aired: Oct. 11, 1962)
Quinton McHale commands a World War II P.T. boat and its oddball crew.