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  • Whirlybirds - Wikipedia

    Whirlybirds (sometimes called The Whirlybirds or Copter Patrol) is a syndicated American drama/adventure television series, which aired for 111 episodes — broadcast ...

  • Whirlybirds (TV Series 1957–1960) - IMDb

    Created by Art Napoleon, Jo Napoleon. With Kenneth Tobey, Craig Hill, Nancy Hale, Sandra Spence. One hundred eleven episodes of this syndicated show were produced ...

  • Whirlybirds - Show News, Reviews, Recaps and Photos -

    The Whirlybirds flew into our television sets from 1957 to 1960. Featuring Bell 47 helicopters, Chuck Martin (Kenneth Tobey) and Pete "P.T." Moore (Craig Hill) are ...

  • Whirlybirds- Volume One- 8 Episodes -

    Whirlybirds was a television program produced by Desilu Studios from 1957-1960. Starring Kenneth Tobey and Craig Hill as owners of a helicopter company called ...

  • Whirlybirds - YouTube

    Whirlybirds ran from 1957 into the Sixties, it was a syndicated show with a large children's audience. The show centered around Chuck Martin (Kenneth Tobey


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    Episode Recap Whirlybirds on Watch Whirlybirds episodes, get episode information, recaps and more.

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  • Whirlybird - definition of whirlybird by The Free Dictionary

    whirl·y·bird (wûr′lē-bûrd′, hwûr′-) n. Informal A helicopter. whirlybird (ˈwɜːlɪˌbɜːd) n (Aeronautics) an informal word for helicopter hel•i ...

  • Whirlybird | Definition of Whirlybird by Merriam-Webster

    These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'whirlybird.' Views expressed in the examples ...

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