1x10 She's Only a Build in an Girdled Cage
First Aired: Nov. 16, 1965 on ABC
A note from Dobbs mother has F Troop believing that he is engaged to Laura Lee, a famous dance hall girl and that she is scheduled to visit Fort Courage.
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- Goof (anachronisms): Laura Lee sings a version of "Hello My Baby" which wasn't written until 1899 by Joseph E. Howard and Ida Emerson. F-Troop is set in the late 1860s just after the US Civil War. She uses the words "Soldier Boy" instead of "Ragtime Boy."
- Goof (crew or equipment visible): In a scene after O'Rourke leaves his office, Captain Parmenter is alone. As he puts on cologne, you can see a shadow of a mans face on the wall, facing the opposite direction .
- The title is based on the 19th century song 'She's Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage'.
- Soprano performer Laura Lee sings two sets of high notes breaking two glasses held by visiting Generals (pre-Memorex & Ella Fitzgerald commercial). A third set of high notes causes the Fort Courage tower to come crashing down.