Quincy M.E.

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Quincy, M.E. is an American medical mystery-drama television series from Universal Studios that aired from 1976 to 1983 on NBC. Jack Klugman stars in the title role, as a Los Angeles County medical examiner who routinely engages in police investigations.

Quincy, M.E. is an American medical mystery-drama television series from Universal Studios that aired from 1976 to 1983 on NBC. Jack Klugman stars in the title role, as a Los Angeles County medical examiner who routinely engages in police investigations.

Original Release

10/03/1976 on NBC

US Release

10/03/1976

Cast

Val Bisoglio Danny Tovo
Robert Ito Sam Fujiyama
Joseph Roman Sgt. Brill
John S. Ragin Dr. Robert Asten
Garry Walberg Lt. Frank Monahan
Jack Klugman Dr. R. Quincy, M.E.
Eddie Garrett Ed
John Nolan Bartender
Diane Markoff Waitress
Filip Field Lab Technician
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Baby Rattlesnakes Wednesday, 29 September 1982
2 Ghost of a Chance Wednesday, 06 October 1982
3 Give Me Your Weak Wednesday, 27 October 1982
4 Dying for a Drink Wednesday, 03 November 1982
5 Unreasonable Doubt Wednesday, 10 November 1982
6 Sleeping Dogs Wednesday, 17 November 1982
7 Science for Sale Wednesday, 24 November 1982
8 Next Stop, Nowhere Wednesday, 01 December 1982
9 Across the Line Wednesday, 08 December 1982
10 Sword of Honor, Blade of Death Wednesday, 15 December 1982
11 The Law Is a Fool Wednesday, 05 January 1983
12 Guilty Until Proven Innocent Wednesday, 12 January 1983
13 Cry for Help Wednesday, 19 January 1983
14 A Loss for Words Wednesday, 26 January 1983
15 Beyond the Open Door Wednesday, 02 February 1983
16 On Dying High Wednesday, 09 February 1983
17 Quincy's Wedding: Part 1 Wednesday, 16 February 1983
18 Quincy's Wedding: Part 2 Wednesday, 23 February 1983
19 Murder on Ice Wednesday, 09 March 1983
20 Women of Valor Wednesday, 16 March 1983
21 Suffer the Little Children Wednesday, 23 March 1983
22 An Act of Violence Wednesday, 27 April 1983
23 Whatever Happened to Morris Perlmutter? Wednesday, 04 May 1983
24 The Cutting Edge Wednesday, 11 May 1983
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Directors

Georg Fenady, Ray Danton, Ron Satlof, Paul Krasny, Corey Allen, Jeffrey Hayden, David Moessinger, Alex March, Bob Bender, Jackie Cooper, Rod Holcomb, Jeri Taylor, Ray Austin, Daniel Haller, Steven H. Stern, Tony Mordente, Richard Benedict, Joel Oliansky, Michael Braverman, Harvey S. Laidman, William Cairncross, Michael J. Kane, Kenneth Gilbert, Paul Stanley, David Alexander, Alan Cooke, Rowe Wallerstein, Jeremiah Morris, Mel Ferber, Jim Benson, Michael Vejar, John Peyser, Kenneth Gilbert, Peter J. Thompson, Lawrence Doheny, Alan Cooke, Ivan Dixon, Noel Black, Leslie H. Martinson, Gene Nelson, Robert Loggia, Bruce Kessler, E.W. Swackhamer, Robert Douglas, Vic Morrow, David Alexander, Alvin Ganzer, Gerald Mayer, Paul Stanley, Alexander Singer, Sam Egan, Herb Wallerstein, Lester Wm. Berke

Writers

Lou Shaw, Glen A. Larson, Sam Egan, Steve Greenberg, Jeri Taylor, Aubrey Solomon, Michael Braverman, Robert Crais, Christopher Trumbo, Jeff Freilich, Erich Collier, Deborah Klugman, Irv Pearlberg, Howard Dimsdale, David Moessinger, Ray Danton, Jack Klugman, Michael Sloan, Marc Scott Taylor, Allen Cole, Michael Halperin, Preston Wood, James Rosin, Gregory S. Dinallo, Albert Aley, Allan Cole, Chris Bunch, Robert A. Cinader, Peter J. Thompson, David Karp, Michael McGreevey, Michael Kozoll, Lee Sheldon, Joel Oliansky, Linda J. Cowgill, Fred McKnight, Mann Rubin, Pamela Glasser, Maurice Klugman, Lee Sheldon, Stephen Downing, Sebastian Milito, David Chomsky, Fred Long, Jack Morton, Pat Strong, Lois Gibson, Reyn Parke, Larry Tuch, Sol Weisel, Bill Seal, Phillip Edelman, Gregory Crossman, Marjorie Worcester, Jon Dalke, Diana Kopald Marcus, Nancy Faulkner, Neal J. Sperling, William Cairncross, Patrick Mathews, Jack Morton, Barbara Evans, Geoffrey Fischer, Ralph Wallace Davenport, Allison Hock, A.L. Christopher, Leonard Stadd, Gene Thompson, Richard M. Bluel, Susan Woollen, Pat Fielder, W.T. Zacha, Linda Elstad, Charles McDaniel, David Shaw, Sheldon Stark, Adam Singer, Leo Garen, Milton S. Gelman, E. Nick Alexander, Gene Church, Frank Telford, Carol Saraceno, Anthony Lawrence, Jo Lynne Michael, Paul Haggard Jr., Robert Hamner, Richard Powell, Rudolph Borchert, George Bellak, Chris Abbott, Joe Hyams, Tom Sawyer, Paul Bernbaum, William Froug, Max Hodge, B.W. Sandefur, Lester Wm. Berke

Creators

Glen A. Larson, Lou Shaw

Cast

Val Bisoglio Danny Tovo
Robert Ito Sam Fujiyama
Joseph Roman Sgt. Brill
John S. Ragin Dr. Robert Asten
Garry Walberg Lt. Frank Monahan
Jack Klugman Dr. R. Quincy, M.E.
Eddie Garrett Ed
John Nolan Bartender
Diane Markoff Waitress
Filip Field Lab Technician
Jack Klugman Dr. R. Quincy, M.E. / Quincy
John S. Ragin Dr. Robert Asten / Robert Asten
Garry Walberg Lt. Frank Monahan / Frank Monahan
Marc Scott Taylor Marc
Marc Scott Taylor Mark
Eddie Garrett Eddie
Peter Virgo Pete
Anita Gillette Dr. Emily Hanover
Karen Philipp Robin Rollin
Lynnette Mettey Lee

Producers

Editors

Neil MacDonald, Jeanene Ambler, Donald L. Rounds, Richard E. Rabjohn, Bob Kagey, Fred Baratta, Richard Freeman, Clay Bartels, Douglas Ibold, Leon Ortiz-Gil, Beryl Gelfond, Michael Renaud, Sam E. Waxman, Buford F. Hayes, John J. Dumas, Bernard J. Small, Edwin F. England, Alan L. Shefland, Robert L. Kimble, Albert J.J. Zúñiga, John Loeffler, Richard Erdman

1983 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics Nominated
1983 Emmy Outstanding Film Editing for a Series Nominated
1982 Emmy Outstanding Film Editing for a Series Nominated
1981 Emmy Outstanding Drama Series Nominated
1980 Emmy Outstanding Cinematography for a Series Nominated
1980 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
1979 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
1978 Emmy Outstanding Drama Series Nominated
1978 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
1977 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
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