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|"The Long Patrol"|
Season 1, Episode 7
|Airdate||October 15th, 1978|
|Director||Christian I. Nyby II|
|Producer||Donald Bellisario; David J. O'Connell; Glen A. Larson; Gary B. Winter|
|Starring||Richard Hatch; Dirk Benedict; Lorne Greene; Herbert Jefferson, Jr.; Tony Swartz; Maren Jensen; Noah Hathaway; Terry Carter|
|Previous||"The Lost Warrior"|
|Next||"The Gun on Ice Planet Zero"|
Principal Cast Edit
|Richard Hatch||Captain Apollo|
|Dirk Benedict||Lieutenant Starbuck|
|Lorne Greene||Commander Adama|
Also Starring Edit
|Herbert Jefferson, Jr.||Lieutenant Boomer|
|Tony Swartz||Flight Sgt. Jolly |
|Terry Carter||Colonel Tigh|
Guest Stars Edit
|James Whitmore, Jr.||Robber|
Notes & Trivia Edit
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- Actor Terry Carter receives an "And Terry Carter as Colonel Tigh" credit in this episode.
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