Ken Berry, who played Captain Wilton Parmenter in a TV series called “F Troop,” reaches down the wrong end of cannon in one of the show’s episodes in this July 1, 1965, photo. A spokeswoman at Providence St. Joseph in Burbank, California, confirmed Berry died Saturday. He was 85. (AP Photo, File)

Ken Berry, who played Captain Wilton Parmenter in a TV series called “F Troop,” reaches down the wrong end of cannon in one of the show’s episodes in this July 1, 1965, photo. A spokeswoman at Providence St. Joseph in Burbank, California, confirmed Berry died Saturday. He was 85. (AP Photo, File)

Ken Berry, star of sitcom ‘F Troop,’ has died at age 85

“F Troop” was only on from 1965 to 1967 but the show lived on in syndication.

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