CTVA US Crime - "Quincy, M.E." (Glen/Larson/NBC) Season 1 (1976-77)

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Starring Jack Klugman
Season 1 (NBC) (1976-77)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
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############### Qincy, M.E. #################
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1st Season Fall 1976 (part of the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie) &  Spring 1977

1.01 [--] Quincy M.E.: GO FIGHT CITY HALL ... TO THE DEATH (120 min slot)
Universal TV prod. no. 45572
3Oct76 (part of the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie)
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Produced by Lou Shaw / Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Written by Glen A. Larson and Lou Shaw
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Director of Photography Ben Colman
Starring: Jack Klugman
Also Starring: (regulars)
Lynnette Mettey, Garry Walberg, Val Bisoglio
John S. Ragin, Robert Ito, Jopseph Roman
Guest Stars:
Henry Darrow
Harry Rhodes
Denny Miller
Woodrow Parfrey
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Dimitra Arliss ........... Shirley
Rick Podell .............. Peter Gordon
George Wyner ............. Marcus
Marjorie Battles ......... Marilyn
With:
Fay DeWitt ............... Nurse Audrey
Lou Peralta .............. Carlos
John Furlong ............. 1st. Reporter
Martha Smith ............. Dianne Johnson
Jerry Daniels ............ 2nd. Reporter
Richard Sarradet ......... Stone
And:
Nancy Fox ................ Peggy Tolan

1.02 [--] Quincy M.E.: WHO'S WHO IN NEVERLAND (90 min. orig/60 min. synd.)
Universal TV prod. no. 45568
10Oct76 (part of the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie)
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Produced by Lou Shaw / Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Michael Kozoll and Richard M. Powell / Story by Richard M. Powell
Directed by Steven H. Stern
Director of Photography Ben Colman
Starring: Jack Klugman
Also Starring: (regulars)
Lynnette Mettey, Garry Walberg, Val Bisoglio
John S. Ragin, Robert Ito, Jopseph Roman
Guest Stars:
Carol Lynley
Joanna Barnes .......... Margo Bentley
Phyllis Newman
Special Appearance by:
Monte Markham
Special Guest Star:
Dina Merrill
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sheilah Wells .......... Secretary
Fred Sadoff ............ Arthur Ellis
Andy Romano ............ Derrick Kendal
Jan Shutan ............. Lorraine
Gloria Manon ........... Manager
With:
Richard Libertini ...... Felsenfield
Jim Boles .............. Gus
Pitt Herbert ........... Waterman
Trent Dolan ............ Officer
Kelly Flynn ............ Boyd
Bobby Riha ............. Clerk
And:
Roger Bowen ............ Babitch
Quincy investigates the death of a society hostess.

1.03 [--] Quincy M.E.: A STAR IS DEAD (90 min orig./60 min. synd.)
Universal TV prod. no. 45570
28Nov76 (part of the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie)
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Produced by Lou Shaw / Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Written by Lou Shaw, Michael Kozoll, and Glen A. Larson
Directed by Noel Black
Director of Photography, Ben Colman
Starring: Jack Klugman
Also Starring
Lynnette Mettey (season 1 regular)
Guest Stars:
William Daniels
Donna Mills
June Lockhart
Phillip R. Allen
Kario Salem
Frank Marth
Special Guest Star
Robert Foxworth
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Peter Palmer ........ Lance Tucker
Dick Wesson ......... Clarence
H.M. Wynant ......... Doyle
Larry Carroll ....... Newsman
With:
Frederick Borden .... Robert
Peter Dane .......... Dworkin
Carla Borelli ....... Danielle
Fred Vilani ......... 3rd Reporter
Ralph Smiley ........ Foreman
Ray Ballard ......... 1st Newsman

The death of movie star Roberta Rhodes forces Quincy to come to the defence of an old friend, an aspiring
Senate candidate who does not want to be involved.

1.04 [---] Quincy M.E.: HOT ICE, COLD HEARTS (90 min. orig/60 min. synd.)
2Jan77 (part of the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie)
(not to be confused with episode 4.04 "Hot Ice" which
aired on 18Oct79)
prod. no. 45571
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Produced by Lou Shaw / Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Written by Sean Baine
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Director of Photography Ben Colman
Starring: Jack Klugman
Also Starring: (regulars)
Lynnette Mettey, Garry Walberg, Val Bisoglio
John S. Ragin, Robert Ito, Joseph Roman
Guest Stars:
Stuart Whitman
Robert Alda
Andrew Prine
Mariana Hill
Special Guest Star:
Fernando Lamas ............ Moreno
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Maria Elena-Cordero ....... Maria
Hubert-Noel ............... Jacques
Angus Duncan .............. Egan
Wolf Roth ................. Mueller
With:
Peter Bourne .............. Norkwist
Kipp Whitman .............. Masters
Ron Hasson ................ Juan
Patricia Chandler ......... Ann
Quincy's romantic weekend turns sour when he is called to the
rescue of a diver, whom he suspects has been injected with
poison

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The main hour long series kicks off with a 2 hr. special

1.05 [---] Quincy M.E.: SNAKE EYES (120 min. slot/ 2pt. ep. syndication)
Prod. nos. 45573& 45574 / 4Feb77
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Superevising Porducer Lou Shaw
Produced by Michael Sloan and Robert F. O'Neill / Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Joel Oliansky and Michael Sloan / Story by Lou Shaw
Directed by Joel Oliansky
Director of Photography Enzo A. Martinelli A.S.C.
Starring: Jack Klugman
Also Starring: JSR/GW/VB/RI/JR (regulars)
Guest Stars:
Frank Converse
Buddy Hackett
Jo Ann Pflug
Val Avery
Milt Kamen
Joey Forman
And:
Lynnette Mettey (as Lee) (recurring)
Special Guest Star:
Van Johnson
*
Co-Starring:(end credits)(verified)
Michele Roman ............ Angie
Frank Maxwell ............ Michaels
William Mims ............. DeGroot
Sharon Cintron ........... Stormy
With:
Vince Howard ............. Hardee
John Clavin .............. Hansen
Jodie Mann ............... Nurse
Philip Simms ............. Maintenance Man
Sammy Jackson ............ News Announcer
Jody Myler ............... Nurse
Richard Caine ............ Security Guard
Michael Keenan ........... Man
Synopsis (pt. 1)
A deadly illness grips a resort hotel and threatens to become an epidemic.
Synopsis (pt. 2)
As Quincy investigates deaths at the hotel, the Mob make a move.

1.06 [---] Quincy M.E.: THE THIGH BONE'S CONNECTED TO THE HIP BONE (90 min. slot) (also 60 min slot version)
prod. no. 45569 / 11Feb77
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Produced by Lou Shaw / Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Lou Shaw / Story by Tony Lawrence and Lou Shaw
Directed by Alex March
Also Starring
Lynnette Mettey (season 1 regular)
Guest Stars:
Stephen Macht
Linda Kelsey
Harold Sylvester
Tina Andrews

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Fred Grandy ........... Milt Jordan
Larry Delaney ......... Frank
Louis Guss ............ Spence
John Chandler ......... Robert Gideon
Ron Thompson .......... Claude Stern
Jack Bannon ........... Morgue Attendent
Robert Weaver ......... Chip Hayden
 J. P. Finnegan ........ Joe Ives
With:
Gus Corrado ....... Fred Burton
Scott B. Wells .... Officer
Donald Mark Petrie .... 2nd Officer
And:
Raymond O'Keefe ....... Worker
Synopsis:
Students join Quincy in a bid to solve a murder - but the only evidence they have to go on is the victim's
thigh bone.

1.07 [---] Quincy M.E.: VISITORS IN PARADISE (60 min. slot version in syndication)
prod. no. 46906 / 18Feb77
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Supervising Producer Michael Sloan / Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
Written by Michael Sloan
Directed by Ivan Dixon
Director of Photography Enzo A. Martinelli, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Pernell Roberts
Hilary Thompson
Roger Davis
William Sylvester

Special Guest Star:
Jack Kelly ........... Peter Devlin
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ivor Francis .......... Garfield
Barry Cahill ......... John Cassey
Stanley Kamel ........ Cullis
With:
James Chandler ....... Judge Walker
Jamie Lee Curtis ..... Girl
James Jeter .......... Shannon
Robert Brubaker ...... Bob Haviland
Peter Virgo .......... Man at Store
Quincy insists on getting involved in a controversial
manslaugther case in a fishing resort.

1.08 [---] Quincy M.E.: THE TWO SIDES OF TRUTH
prod. no. 46909 / 25Feb77
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Supervising Producer Michael Sloan / Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
Written by Eugen Thompson
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Barry Sullivan
Mark Goddard
Michael Callan
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Susanne Rogers ......... Elaine Farrell
Frank Campanella ....... Max Wilbur
Aimee Eccles ........... Alice Ting
Jason Wingreen ......... Dr. Wingreen
June Dayton ............ Judge (recurring)
With:
Lynn Tufeld ............ Nurse
Jackie Russell ......... Billings
Harold Ayer ............ Gate Guard
James Ingersoll ........ Assistant D.A.
A tricky case involving homicide and insurance fraud, puts Quincy at loggerheads with his oldest adversary.

1.09 [---] Quincy M.E.: HIT AND RUN AT DANNY'S
prod. no. 46904 / 11Mar77
Supervising Producer Michael Sloan / Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
Written by Gregory S. Dinalo
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Carl Betz
Jan Shutan
Renne Jarrett
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joe Marross ........... John Blake
Jack Colvin ........... Legget
Elizabeth Robinson .... Robbi
Than Wyenn ............ Dr Redman
Clyde Kusatsu ......... Hokaido
H.M. Wynant ........... Maxwell
With:
Chanin Hale ........... Woman
Ben Young ............. Customer
Bob Minor ............. Berkitch
Martin Rudy ........... Raitsky
[NOT ON CREDITS) Don Walters ]
Danny faces ruin when he stands accused of having allowed a bar patron later found dead in her car to drive drunk.

1.10 [---] Quincy M.E.: HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN QUINCY?
prod. no. 46916 / 18Mar77
(Jack Klugman - does NOT APPEAR in this episode))
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Supervising Producer Michael Sloan / Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
Written by Michael Sloan and Glen A. Larson
Directed by Steven H.Stern
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Yuki Shimoda ............ Dr Hiro
Stu Gilliam
Louise Sorel
Kelly Jean Peters
Stewart Moss
Paul Lambert
Ned Wilson
Jesse White
and:
Bob Crane ............... Dr. Jamison
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Nancy Fox .............. Sally Frier
Frank Parker ........... Jerry Wade
With:
Lloyd Kino ............. Gardner
Peter Dane ............. Morgue Assistant
Jopseph Abdullah ....... Customs Officer
Hope Busby ............. Nurse
Ted Schliesman ......... Resident
and:
Anthony DeLongis ....... Russell
When a series of misadventures prevents Quincy from getting to the office to perform his duties,
police ask Chief Coroner Dr. Hiro to take charge.

1.11 [---] Quincy M.E.: A GOOD SMACK IN THE MOUTH
prod. no. 46923 / 15Apr77
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson / Associate Executive Producer Michael Sloan
Supervising Producer B.W. Sandefur / Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
Teleplay by Gregory S. Dinallo / Story by Glen A. Larson and Jack Klugman
Directed by Jackie Cooper
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Allen Case
Collin Wilcox
Monica Lewis
Dabney Coleman
Shane Sinutko
Barbara Babcock
Gloria DeHaven
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paul Lightman ......... Dr. Griffith
Gregg Palmer .......... Sean Duffy
Jessica Rains ......... Mrs. Sellers
And:
Patricia Anne Joyce ... Laura Kaplan

1.12 [---] Quincy M.E.: THE HOT DOG MURDER
prod. no. 46907 / 22Apr77
Associate Executive Producer Michael Sloan / Supervising Producer B.W. Sandefur / Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
written by B.W. Sandefur
directed by Alex March
guest stars
William Windom
Hal Williams
Marianne McAndrew
*
co-starring (end credits - incomplete)
Lee Weaver
Claire Brennen
Wynn Irwin
A college student asks Quincy to investigate the death of a prison inmate who choked on a frozen hot dog.

1.13 [---] Quincy M.E.: AN UNFRIENDLY RADIANCE
prod. no. 46911 / 29Apr77
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson (end credits)
Associate Executive, Producer Michael Sloan (opening credits)
Supervisng Producer, Robert F O'Neill (opening credits)
Written by Rudolph Borchert
Directed by Corey Allen
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
James Wainwright
Jerry Douglas
Melinda Fee
Joby Baker
Ronald Joseph Godines
Edith Diaz
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Carmine Caridi .......... Dr. Brown
Casey Kasem ............. Sy Wallace
With:
Del Hinkley ............. Workman
Lynne Marie Stewart ..... Nurse
Robert Florea ........... 1st. Demonstrator
Peter Dane .............. Lab Technician
Eddie Garrett ........... Himself
A former convict is accused of manslaughter, but an autopsy indicates a nuclear worker died of exposure to radiation.

1.14 [---] Quincy M.E.: SULLIED BE THY NAME (60 min)
prod. no. 46926 / 6May77
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson
Associate Executive, Producer Michael Sloan
Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
Teleplay by Gregory S. Dinallo and Irving Pearlberg / Story by Gregory S. Dinallo
Directed by Jackie Cooper
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Joseph Campanella ..... Jules Draper
Linden Chiles ......... Mgr. Banion
E.J. Peaker ........... Michelle
Caroline McWilliams ... Beverly
Special Guest Star:
John Saxon ............ Carlos
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Eddie Firestone ....... Thayler
Mario Machado ......... Newscaster
Bill McDonald ......... Frank
Quincy investigates the death of a priest whose body is found in the bedroom of a high-priced prostitute.

1.15 [---] Quincy M.E.: VALLEYVIEW
Prod. no. 46908
13May77
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Associate Executive Producer, Michael Sloan
Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
Teleplay by Susan Woollen & Irving Pearlberg / Story by Susan Woollen
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Robert Webber
Jason Evers
Carolyn Jones
Tony Eisley (aka_Anthony Eisley)
Ben Frank
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Connelly
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ed Begley, Jr. ........... David Phillips
Danna Hansen ............. Nurse's Aide
Joan Goodfellow .......... Miss Gordon
Bonnie Johns ............. Ruth Friedman
The deaths of two terminally ill patients at a sanitarium point to mercy killing.

1.16 [---] Quincy M.E.: LET ME LIGHT THE WAY
prod. no. 46925 / 27May77
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Associate Executive Producer, Michael Sloan
Produced by Robert F. O'Neill
Teleplay by David Moessinger / Story by Carole Saraceno & David Moessinger (on film)
Story by Jack Klugman (on copyright)
Directed by David Moessinger
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Adrienne Barbeau
Corey Fischer
Luke Askew
Special Appearance by:
John Ireland
*
Co-Staring: (end credits)
Henry Beckman ......... Bellwood
George Wyner .......... Richard Feldman
Kim Cattrall .......... Joy DeReatis
Barbara Collentine .... Fay Willard
William O'Connell ..... Herman Elger
Regis J. Cordic ....... Judge
With:
Judy Farrell .......... Louise Porter
Shane Butterworth ..... Donny
Bob Golden ............ Court Clerk
John Dennis ........... Car Wash Boss
Penelope Willis ....... Miss Gordy
Syopsis:
A rape suspect tries to frighten Quincy by assaulting his friend (Adrienne Barbeau), a rape counselor.

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