While Hall is away, the officers club is turned into a casino.
Bilko uses his gambling expertise on the Wacs.
Bilko holds a poker game in a dummy space chamber.
Bilko vacations in the same place as the colonel.
Bilko finds the one place in California that allows gambling casinos.
Doberman will not part with his inherited millions.
Bilko is forced to convert an Army jeep into a foreign-looking car.
Emma Ritzik forces her husband to leave the Army.
Fortune-seeking Bilko accepts a dinner invitation.
Tranquilized Bilko may lose his gambling empire.
Bilko wants his godson to attend Stanford.
Bilko has one of his men promoted to officer.
Gorilla-suited Doberman wrestles another GI.
Bilko whips up a concoction that supposedly removes facial wrinkles.
Love gets in the way when Bilko attempts to promote a sharpshooter.
Bilko tries to give Hall's career a boost.
While in Mexico, Bilko and his three friends lose their uniforms to bank robbers.
Bilko's dining club for GIs runs out of patrons.
Bilko's hotel profits go up in flames.
A publicity agent chooses Bilko to become a movie star's new flame.
A jazz drummer is assigned to Bilko's platoon.
Ritzik is maneuvered into a Bilko-backed seance.
Bilko cannot pay the taxes on his quiz-show winnings.
Bilko's secret mission to Nevada ends at the gambling tables.
Bilko and the Camp Fremont chaplain wind up in jail.
Bilko becomes mysteriously allergic to cards.
A pert dancing teacher (Hildy Parks) causes trouble for Bilko.
Bilko and two friends dress up as sailors to get into a craps game.
A sharp sergeant threatens Bilko's operations.
Bilko leaves the Army to take a job at a company that sells burlap bags.
Bilko heads for disaster when he invests his platoon's money in the transportation business.
Bilko tries to cure horror-movie addict Ritzik.
Hoping to strike gold in California, Sgt. Bilko has an unused base reopened and moves the whole camp out west.
A young French visitor calls Bilko 'Papa.'
Sgt. Joan Hogan believes Bilko should get his priorities in line.
New recruits mean gambling profits for Bilko.
Bilko hopes to win $10,000 in a dog show.
Bilko's plan to start an insurance business goes awry.
Bilko persuades his platoon and Col. Hall to take a vacation at Dimmeldorf Lodge.
Col. Hall brings along a card expert to stack the deck in a poker game.
Bilko produces a TV show starring Doberman.
Fort Baxter Wacs think their boyfriends are gambling too much.
Bilko may have to leave his newly opened restaurant.
Bilko takes drastic measures to cash in on an all-expenses-paid vacation.
Bilko invests the colonel's cash in the stock market.
Modeling agencies clamor for Bilko's face.
Bilko introduces Army intellectuals to the world of gambling.
Bilko is the peacemaker in a fight between a wealthy man and his son.
Bilko tries to save Ritzik's deteriorating marriage.
Bilko proposes to a woman he does not love.
Hall launches an offensive against Bilko's gambling.
Bilko is ordered to get rid of his racing pigeons.
Bilko's country cousin arrives at the fort.
When Doberman is discovered to have a great singing voice, Bilko offers to be his manager.
Bilko chooses the woman who will replace Col. Hall's secretary.
Flying saucers play a part in Bilko's scheme to keep a date with a beautiful singer.
It's pleasure before business when Bilko is sent to Detroit to pick up a consignment of trucks.
Bilko needs money for a New York City furlough.
Bilko learns the Army failed to cancel his battlefield commission.
Bilko and his friend decide to start a nightclub.
Bilko finds a way the Indians could reclaim Oklahoma.
Bilko's gambling secrets are divulged when he talks in his sleep.
Bilko's latest scheme to raise cash backfires.
Bilko is mistaken for a New York City millionaire.
Bilko gets the chance to become part owner of a diamond mine.
Using his wiles, Bilko attempts to get a reassignment to Sumter, S.C.
Former New York Yankees Yogi Berra and Gil McDougal join Bilko for a baseball story.
Bilko sets up a boys camp at Fort Baxter to raise money for himself.
A girl's millionaire father ejects suitor Doberman.
Highlights of scenes from the show that ended up on the cutting-room floor.
Golfer Sam Snead helps Col. Hall shoot under par.
Bilko is late in realizing that his day of good fortune has finally arrived.
Bilko involves the colonel's wife in a scandal.
Bilko buys some swampland and hopes to sell it at a huge profit.
Bilko and his friends believe Lt. Wallace should get married.
Bilko sets up his own radio station in Roseville.
A newspaper reporter attempts to prove that GIs are leaking important Army secrets.
An upcoming cooking contest forces Bilko to swipe a French chef's casserole recipe.
Producer Mike Todd is featured in a spoof of his movie 'Around the World in 80 Days.'.
Hoping to go to Florida, Bilko's platoon volunteers.
Bilko helps a formerly marooned GI recover more than $7,000 in back pay.
Screaming fans force a rock 'n' roll star to seek refuge at Fort Baxter.
Bilko's kindness toward a draftee backfires.
A TV comic visits Fort Baxter with hopes of getting ideas for a new show.
Doberman becomes Bilko's mayoral candidate.
Bilko heads for Monte Carlo with a foolproof gambling system.
Bing Crosby (as himself) visits Fort Baxter.
Hall tries to keep Ritzik, who is carrying $1,500, away from Bilko.
A sergeant is barred from his son's society wedding.
The camp is surprised by Bilko's change of heart.
Bilko believes he's going to appear on 'The Ed Sullivan Show.'.
Indebted Bilko starts a mink farm to raise cash.
Bilko is mistakenly asked for 1953 tax records.
Bilko tries to help a buddy get an inheritance.
Bilko believes his own story about Doberman's sister.
Bilko attempts to help a friend by losing a bet on purpose.
A jewelry-store mix-up leaves Bilko and Joan engaged.
The Signal Corps uses Bilko's new motor-pool melody.
An attractive WAC is assigned to Fort Baxter to keep the men's minds off gambling.
Doberman is accidentally put on a recruiting poster.
Bilko helps a friend find a new love.
Bilko is assigned to teach a college course.
A quiz-show winner suffers amnesia after getting bumped on the head.
Bilko produces a musical comedy training film.
Bilko helps a former Army friend get ahead in a large banking house.
Bilko finds himself caught between a wedding and Army maneuvers.
Bilko tries to teach Doberman about card sharks.
Bilko wishes he weren't bald when Joan dates a wavy-haired corporal.
Bilko gets a hot racing tip, but cannot place a bet.
Bilko tries a 20-mile hike to prove he's fit.
Hall sends a tough sergeant to take care of Bilko's easygoing platoon.
Bilko finds uranium beneath Hall's living room.
Furloughed Bilko tries to avoid Joan in New York.
Bilko is blamed when a chimpanzee is inducted.
A bashful soldier has Bilko believing that a potential Miss America lives near Roseville.
Three angry GIs tell Hall of Bilko's misconduct.
Bilko decides to demonstrate married life for Joan.
Bilko whips up a zany play that he hopes will land the gang in a rest camp.
Bilko requests a transfer after his commanding officer's restrictions bother him.
Bilko learns his ancestor served with Washington.
Bilko baby-sits in a trailer for a GI on furlough.
Bilko learns that Congress is planning to examine wasteful military projects.
Bilko is off to Hollywood to serve as technical adviser for a film.
Bilko sees a rich GI as a ticket to saloon ownership.
Army life takes on a new meaning for Bilko.
Bilko must recruit soldiers to attend a lecture on Beethoven.
Bilko enters his platoon in a singing contest.
Bilko pretends he has a rare disease when he hears about plans for a bivouac.
Hall wants the gambling stopped at Fort Baxter.
Bilko bets on a soldier who is participating in an eating contest.
A society girl refuses to be the queen of the Motor Pool Mardi Gras.
An insubordinate GI thwarts Bilko's drive for glory.
Bilko discovers that a platoon member is a former Golden Gloves champion.
Bilko heads to Chicago to pick up an AWOL soldier.
Bilko and his cohorts invest in an ailing race horse.
A WAC sergeant and Bilko compete for the right to have the use of a personal jeep.
Bilko refuses to reveal why he bought an empty store.
Bilko tries to recoup his gambling losses.