Blue Light (1966)

TV Series   |    |  Drama, War


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An American correspondent pretends to go over to the Nazis in World War II but is instead working for the officially neutral United States against Hitler.


7.6/10
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23 October 2007 | wasuperfunder
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I agree! My sister and I loved this show. Robert Goulet was great, the plots were interesting (we were 11 and 16, in the prior to internet days) I would love to see these shows again. "where were the Yankees in '37, '38 etc". I wonder if anyone else remembers that reference! K

I'm sorry to hear Robert is ill, and awaiting a transplant. He and Carol Lawrence (the Broadway maria in West Side Story) were the height of glamour for us in the 60's. My best wishes and hopes go out to him

Loved the Emerald Nuts Ad--I think someone else remembered Blue Light

Why does this site insist on 10 lines?

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