Call to Glory (1984–1985)

TV Series   |    |  Drama


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Colonel Raynor Sarnac has to balance his family and his duty as head of a flight group facing the political tensions of the early 60's. Actual historical events are part of various stories as are the activities of three active children.


7.9/10
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Ronald M. Cohen

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12 June 2010 | sstet
10
| We loved this show!
We loved this series! It gave us such a sense of patriotism and nostalgia. We remember events depicted happening. We lived the history shown here. Characters were real and believable. It was so much better than most of the shows today. It was probably too real and honest for the time. Today a show like this would have a chance. People are more receptive to reality and truth. People are looking for a reason to feel good about our past and our country. Craig T Nelson was great and we love that he went on to so many great parts. Cindy was wonderful in this and we enjoyed her later in "Pickett Fences." First look at Elizabeth Shue. We'd love to see reruns brought back. Is this available in DVD?

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