The Whirlybirds Episodes

1957, TV Show

Episodes: The Whirlybirds (113)

Aerial Circus
Always a Gentleman
The Black Maria
Christmas in June
The Deadly Game
Diamond Smugglers
Guilty of Old Age
If I Were King
Journey to the Past
Missing Witness
Search for the Unknown Man
Seven Orchids
Sky Net
Time Limit
Time to Kill
The Unwanted
Wanted: Alive
Act of Fate
Blind Date
Blind Victory
Boy on the Roof
The Brothers
Buy Me a Miracle
Dog Gone
The Egg Code
Experiment X-74
Father and Son
Hit and Run
Homicide Haven
Lady Luck
Lynch Mob
Road Block
Robert Dixon M.D.
Summit Meeting
Superstition Mountain
Take a Little, Leave a Little
Target Island
Without a Net
Address Unknown
Airborne Gold
Big U
The Black Pearl
The Challenge
Copters and Robbers
Dead Wrong
File 777
Hide and Seek
His Brother's Keeper
The Human Bomb
Iron Mountain
Mountain Flight
Mr. Q
Rest in Peace
The Rustlers
The Secret Cove
The Story of Sister Bridget
Till Death Do Us Part
Time Out of Mind
The Ashley Case
Baby Face
Dead on Arrival
Fury Canyon
Ghost Town Flight
The Gorilla
I'll Get Even
Illegal Entry
In Ways Mysterious
Incident in DelRio
Operation Blue Hen
Panic at Green Ridge
The Perfect Crime
Seven Were Trapped
Shoot Out
The Sitting Duck
Sky Hook
Top of the Mountain
27 Pieces of Gold
Two Came Back
The Runaway
Mr. Jinx
Man, You Kill Me
Hot Wire
Hot Cargo
The Big Lie
Fire Flight
Four Little Indians
Star Witness
Hobson's Choice
Cycle of Terror
The Story of Mary Scott
Rita Ames Is Missing
A Matter of Trust
Midnight Show
Prison Break
Pink Is for Death
The Killer
The Unknown Soldier
Uncle Pete
Bankrupt Alibi
Glamour Girl
The Fugitive
Two of a Kind
An Apple for the Teacher
The Deacon

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Premiered: 1957, on Syndicated
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Premise: A contemporary Western about two pilots who run a helicopter-charter service in Southern California, inspired, oddly enough, by a 1956 episode of `I Love Lucy' in which Lucy took a helicopter ride (in New York). Perhaps it wasn't so odd: `Whirlybirds' was produced by the Ball-Arnaz company Desilu and CBS, though it aired (and became a hit) in syndication.


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