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The Frogmen (Season 1, Episode 1)
TV Episode | History, War

Frogmen aboard a United States submarine in the Sea of Japan are ordered to scuttle two sunken American mine sweeping ships called The Pirate and The Pledge before the Red Chinese can salvage them for their top secret electronics.
Director
R.M. Andrews (as Roger M. Andrews)
Writer
Allan Sloane (screen play by)
Producer
Samuel Gallu (as Sam Gallu)
Composer
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Updated Sep 20, 1955

Release date
Sep 20, 1955 (United States)

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Harry Landers
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Billy Lechner
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Robert Carson
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