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Lt. Rice and Capt. Rambridge continue their mission to train new recruits and explore the nature of honor and duty in this 4-Disc, 13-Episode Collection. The simmering background of the brewing conflict in Asia heats up and takes center stage as the series builds up to its ultimate away mission, and Lt. Rice finds himself serving as a military advisor in Vietnam. Rice’s other missions include investigating film, fame, race relations, faith and loyalty with the aid of hi-caliber guests like Robert Duvall, Dennis Hopper, Woody Strode and future Trek alums Leonard Nimoy, Majel Barrett, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, and Ricardo Montalban. Rarely seen since its original airing, The Lieutenant proves to be an unheralded harbinger of TV yet-to-come, “light years” ahead of its time. Special Bonus: To Kill a Man – the feature film version of the series’ final episode, unseen since its original international theatrical release in 1964!
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A continuation of the thought-provoking, short-lived series by Gene Roddenberrry. This second season continues to showcase the talents of a parade of guest stars (and future stars... Read morePublished 1 month ago by collie girl
Great episodes in this short-lived pre-Star Trek series by Gene Roddenberry.Published 3 months ago by Michael S Olijnyk
Good Show.. Watched it some when I was a kid. I've not watch everyone, but some. I like Robert Vaughn. Wished they had more stories around him. The tapes came in fine. Read morePublished 5 months ago by KoneFireLittleGuy
Excellent series. Accurate depiction of the Corps just prior to our involvement in Vietnam. Every episode a winner. This was a Gene Roddenberry pre Star Trek production. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Surfer Dude
A great, yet short-lived series concerning the professional and private life of a USMC second-Lieutenant. Read morePublished 10 months ago by John A Driscoll
The Lieutenant aired in the early 1960's with Gary Lockwood. It was great and showed the men in the Marines like they are. Read morePublished 15 months ago by James R. Morrella