In 1967 ABC gave us 4 cons and a gorgeous blond lieutenant to observe as they went about helping to win WWII.
From The Complete Directory to Prime Time TV Shows:
This action series focused on a motley group of commandos recruited from stateside prisons to use their special skills against the Germans in World War II. They had been promised a presidential pardon at the end of the war if they worked out; if not, they could expect a firing squad. The four were Actor, a handsome, resonant-voiced con man; Casino, a tough, wiry safe-cracker; Goniff, a slender, likable cat burglar; and Chief, a rugged, somber American Indian proficient with a switchblade. Led by West Pointer Craig Garrison, and headquartered in a secluded spot in England, this slippery group ranged all over Europe in exploits that often took them behind enemy lines.
Ron Harper as Lt. Craig Garrison
Photo of Ron Harper Today (circa 1995) 75k JPG
Photo of Craig Garrison 7K
2nd Photo of Craig Garrison 30K
Listing of Actor Credits From Database
Ron Harper in his own Words
For information regarding Garrison's Gorillas fan-fic contact
Other WWII (TV fiction) related pages:
Here's the place to check first:
TV Scripts - 4 from Garrison's Gorillas
Episodes available are "The Big Con", "Expendibles", "Friendly Enemies" and "The Big Lie"
Most of these have Ron's notes to himself as he read the script and worked with it -- autographed by Ron Harper himself!
TV Scripts - 3 from Planet of the Apes
Episodes available are "Tomorrow's Tide", "Up Above the World So High" and "The Trap" -- autographed by Ron Harper.
And a very special gift to his fans --
Ron has recorded monologes to three episodes. These range from 10 to 20 minutes long and give some background on the episode or some memories he has regarding it. These very rare "remembrances" of an actor for a show he is extremely fond of are being offered currently on the three following videos:
1 - Expendibles
2 - War Games
3 - Deadly Masquerade
For further information -- or to order -- write (snail mail)
While there is not currently a listserv dedicated specifically to Garrison's Gorillas there is one that might well serve. Check out "Nostalgia TV -- TV of the 50s and 60s" a listserv run by Leeknights. To Subscribe email Leeknights@delphi.com and put SUBSCRIBE Nostalgia TV in the subject area.
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