CTVA US Crime - "Quincy, M.E." (Glen/Larson/NBC) Season 3 (1978-79)

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Starring Jack Klugman
Season 3 (NBC) (1978-79)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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############### Quincy, M.E. #################
############## season 3 1978-79 ##############
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NBC Thursdays 9:00pm Eastern
(Competition: CBS - Hawaii Five-0 / ABC -Barney Miller/Soap)
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson
Associate Producers William Cairncross and Charles E. Dismukes
sometimes:
Associate Producers William Carroll & William Cairncross

3.01 [---] Quincy, M.E.: THE LAST SIX HOURS
Prod. no. 51009 / 21Sep78
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Carroll & William Cairncross
Written by Steve Greenberg & Aubrey Solomon
Directed by Corey Alan
Director of Photography Fred Jackman, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Sharon Acker
John Anderson
Scott Marlowe
Paul Mantee
Steve Franken

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paul Carr ............. Dr. Weiss
Mary Carver ........... Miss Purdy
Len Lesser ............ DeGroot
With:
Karen Philipp ......... Secretary (recurring)
Evelyn Guerrero ....... Lab Assistant
Michael J. London ..... Policeman
Alex Hyde-White ....... Paul
A poison takes two lives and may kill Sam if Quincy cannot identify it and find an antidote.

3.02 [---] Quincy, M.E.: SPEED TRAP
12Oct78
Executive Producer by Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Carroll & William Cairncross
Teleplay by Steve Greenberg and Aubrey Solomon / Story by Pamela D. Glasser
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Simon Oakland
Cassie Yates

(as Insurance Claims Investigator - possibly a pilot ?)
Phillip R. Allen
Michael Delano
Erica Hagen

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Frank Parker ....... Dr. Weiss
John Dennis ........ Trash Truck Driver
With:
Mert Rich .......... Mechanic
Thomas Newman ...... Projectionist
John Nolan ......... Bartender (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ...... Ed (recurring)
Synopsis:
The autopsy of a Grand Prix driver killed in a high-speed crash reveals his death was not an accident.

3.03 [---] Quincy, M.E.: A TEST FOR THE LIVING *****
19Oct78
Executive Producer by Peter J. Thompson
Teleplay by Patrick Mathews, James Rosin, Jack Klugman / Story by Jack Klugman
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Director of Photography Fred Jackman, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Lloyd Nolan
Philip Abbott
Kelly Jean Peters

Special Appearances by:
Henry Jones
Sam Groom ........... David Carson
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Susan Gay Powell ...... Laura Green
David Hollander ....... Timmy Carson
Jonathan Segal ........ Jeff
Michelle Stacy ........ Cindy
William Mims .......... Dr. Blenham
With:
Tracy Gold ............ Lisa Carson
James Rosin ........... Attendant
Rolly Fanton .......... Woman Neighbour
Gene Glazer ........... Officer Keefer
Cecil Reddick ......... Waiter
John Nolan ............ Bartender (recurring)
An autopsy leads Quincy to ask that a boy diagnosed as retarded be re-evaluated for possible autism.
"The Producers wish to thank:-
Edward R. Ritvo, M.D. Professor, Dept. of Child Psychology, and B.J. Freeman, Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Medical
Psychology of U.C.L.A. School of Medicine. For their inspiration and technical assistance during the making of this film"

3.04 [---] Quincy, M.E.: DEATH BY GOOD INTENTIONS *****
26Oct78
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson
Teleplay by Robert Crais / Story by Howard Dimsdale, Michael Halperin
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Guest Stars
Brock Peters
Roger Robinson
Elsa Raven
Robert DoQui

Special Guest Stars:
Pernell Roberts
Hari Rhodes ........... Dr. Moran
Co-Starring:
George Deloy .......... Jerry Bremmer
Ken Martinez .......... Dr. Frank Perez
A black doctor (Brock Peters) is accused of causing a patient's death, jeopardizing a hospital's affirmative-action
program. Quincy has to prove that the death was te result of foul play. One of the best episodes in the series.

3.05 [--] Quincy, M.E.: IMAGES
2Nov78 NBC Thursday 10:00pm Eastern
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producer William Cairncross (end credit)
Teleplay by Aubrey Solomon & Steve Greenberg / Story by Ray Danton
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
James A. Watson, Jr.
Peggy McCay
Jack Hogan
Robert Ellenstein
Whit Bissell

Special Guest Star:
Jessica Walter
With: (end credits)
Karen Philipp ......... Secretary (recurring)
Laura May Lewis ....... Makeup Lady
Tony Berrell .......... Assistant Director (character)
Ben Marino ............ Reporter
Irene Kelly ........... May
Eddie Garrett ......... Ed
Eric Lawrence ......... Prop Boy
Glen Vernon ........... Swifty
Jack Krupnick ......... 2nd Reporter
Quincy is fired when he insists a TV newswoman's murderer has assumed her identity.

3.06 [--] Quincy M.E.: EVEN ODDS
9Nov78
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Carroll and William Cairncross
Written by Pamela Glasser
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Edward Grover
Richard McKenzie
Claude Woolman

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Eileen Barnett ......... Sharon Jordan
Sam Cotten ............. Jimmy Jordan
With:
Jack Frey .............. Morgue Attendant
Angelina Estrada ....... Mrs. Herrera
Dennis Madalone ........ Billings
Eddie Garrett .......... Eddie (recurring)
Taunya Reed ............ Nurse
Larry Watson ........... 2nd Officer
Mello Alexandria ....... 4th Officer
Anthony Cardenas ....... Police Interpreter
Marc Scott Taylor ...... Marc (recurring)
Herb Bress ............. The Man
O.W. Tuthill ........... 3rd Officer
Quincy is dangerously wounded during a shoot-out.
His colleagues pursue the thruth as they knew Quincy
would have done. Featuring some flashbacks to previous shows.

3.07 [--] Quincy, M.E.: DEAD AND ALIVE
16Nov78
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Carroll and William Cairncross
Written by James Rosin
Directed by James Benson
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Guest Stars
Ayn Ruymen
Priscilla Pointer
Sheila Larken
Frank Marth
David Hurst
Harry Landers
Richard O'Brien

Co-Starring
Harry Townes .......... Dr. Carl Reisman
Nick Georgiade ........ Andros
Richard Collier ....... Weiler
With:
Karen Philipp ......... Secretary (recurring)
Bruce Wright .......... Peter Neilson
Julianne E. Lavin ..... Cop
Howard Dayton ......... Charlie
Quincy must determine whether the driver of a van destroyed a bomb was the intended target.

3.08 [--] Quincy, M.E.: NO WAY TO TREAT A BODY
30Nov78
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers, William Cairncross and Charles E. Dismukes
Written by Robert Crais and Bill Seal
Directed by Ronlad Satlof
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Guest Stars
Marj Dusay
Bibi Osterwald
Malcolm Atterbury
Ed Begley Jr.

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Cissy Wellman ......... Bernice
Wallace Rooney ........ Professor
Joan Shawlee .......... Nurse
Al Checco ............. Max
With:
David Ralphe .......... Dr. Ellis
Frank Killmond ........ Ely Holmes
Filip Field ........... Coroner Invetigator
Peter Virgo ........... Seargent
Kay E. Kuter .......... Mr. Ferrer
Eddie Garrett ......... Eddie (recurring)
The discovery of four mummified women, one murdered, leads to a rooming house full of bizarre suspects.

3.09 [--] Quincy, M.E.: A NIGHT TO RAISE THE DEAD
7Dec78
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson
Teleplay by Michael Halperin / Story by Peter J. Thompson
Directed by Gene Neslon
Guest Stars:
Robert Sampson
Frank Aletter
Jackie Joseph
Kevin Hagen
Carlene Watkins

Special Guest Star:
Greg Morris
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ruth Britt .......... Carlotta
Jay Varela .......... Morales
Victor Millan ....... Frederico
Robert Casper ....... Paul Anderson
Hugh Gillan ......... Harve Kline
Rick Casorla ........ Tony
A torrential rainstorm unearths corpses from a hillside
cemetery, threatening to bring about a typhoid epidemic.

3.10 [--] Quincy, M.E.: A QUESTION OF DEATH
4Jan79
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers, William Cairncross and Charles E. Dismukes
Teleplay by Aubrey Solomon and Steve Breenberg
Story by Peter J. Thompson & Robert Crais and Aubrey Solomon & Steve Breenberg
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Music Score, Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars
Granville Van Dusen
Royal Dano
Peter Hobbs
Kenneth O'Brien
Logan Ramsey

Special Guest Star:
Ed Grover
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Don Keefer ............ Terence Morgan
Nancy Priddy .......... Joan
Jeanne Bates .......... Mrs. Murphy
Judson Pratt .......... Mr. Murphy
Ted Chapman ........... Dr. Spencer
Barbara Collentine .... Mrs. Tippet
With:
Karen Philipp ......... Robin (recurring)
Laura May Lewis ....... Mrs. Grogan
Helen Munai ........... Dr. Helen Matsuro
Bruce Neckels ......... Driver
Michael Sands ......... Paramedic
Vicki McLean .......... Nurse
Christopher Tenney .... Technician
An accident victim's family claims Quincy prematurely declared the man dead to remove an organ for transplant.

3.11 [--] Quincy, M.E.: HOUSE OF NO RETURN
11Jan79
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers, William Cairncross and Charles E. Dismukes
Teleplay by Aubrey Solomon and Steve Greenberg / Story by Deborah Klugman and Steve Greenberg
Directed by Harvey Laidman
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Music Score, Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Alex Henteloff
Joseph Ruskin
James McEachin
David Hooks
Hank Brandt
Virginia Capers

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Herbie Faye ........... Rocco
Blake Marion .......... Hal Benson
Bob Minor ............. Dick Alcott
Art Aragon ............ Maxie
With:
Nicholas Worth ........ Grinner
Quincy uncovers a regime of violence in a hospital for the criminally insane.

3.12 [--] Quincy, M.E.: A SMALL CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
18Jan79
Executive producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Cairncross & Charles E. Dismukes
Teleplay by Steve Greenberg, Aubrey Solomon / Story by Jack Morton, Steve Greenberg, Aubrey Solomon
Directed by Peter J. Thompson
Director of Photography: Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Jo Ann Pflug (as Quincy's girlfriend)
Raymond St. Jacques
James Keach
Kathryn Leigh Scott
Cecelia Hart
Lee Paul

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Albert Popwell ........ 2nd Pimp
Jenny Sherman ......... Gabrielle
John A. Zee ........... Sultan
Shawn Michaels ........ Mr. Johnson
Jean Le Bouvier ....... Mrs. Johnson
Richard Branda ........ Doc Casey
Michael LaGuardia ..... 2nd Player
Kitty Carl ............ 1st Hooker
Tom Newman ............ 1st Agent
Donald Bishop ......... 2nd Agent
With:
John Nolan ............ Bartender (recurring)
Penelope Gillette ..... Woman
Stephanie Faulkner .... 3rd Hooker
Ernie Wheelwright ..... 1st Player
Michael Griswold ...... Man
Loren Berman .......... 1st Pimp
Tommy Reamon .......... 3rd Player
Quincy searches for the carrier of a penicillin-resistant strain of gonorrhea threatening to cause an epidemic.

3.13 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE DEPTH OF BEAUTY
25Jan79
Executive producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Cairncross & Charles E. Dismukes
Teleplay by Robert Crais / Story by Robert Crais and Barbara Evans
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Jane Greer
Rudy Solari
Donald May
Walter Brooke
Joey Foreman

Co-Starring: (opening credits)
Leonard Stone
**
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Garnett Smith ............. Dr. Emile Green
Vernon Weedle ............. Hal Peters
Barry Cahill .............. Hatton
Noah Keen ................. Dr. Stone
Ryan MacDonald ............ Ed Connors
With:
Karen Philipp ............. Robin (recurring)
Joanna Patrice ............ Sheila Connors
John Nolan ................ Bartender
Louise Fitch .............. Evelyn Rand
Quincy pleads with a former movie star (Jane Greer) to help
him expose a successful plastic surgeon who is guilty of
incompetence.

3.14 [---] Quincy, M.E.: WALK SOFTLY THROUGH THE NIGHT (2hr slot)
1Feb79
Executive producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Cairncross and Charles E. Dusmukes
Written by David Moessinger
Directed by Paul Krasny
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Michael Constantine
Charles Aidmen
Spencer Milligan
Peggy Walton Walker
Alan Manson
Morgan Paull
James A. Watson Jr.
Dimitra Arliss

Special Appearance by:
William Prince
Special Guest Star:
A Martinez ............. Marty Herrera
Co-Starring: (end credits - pt. I)
Elta Blake ............. Sandra Kiffin
Anhilita Giron ......... Anita Ramirez
Harry Basch ............ Judge
Randy Stumf ............ Ted Campbell
Tom Williams ........... Director
Lew Saunders ........... Paramedic
James Scott ............ John Swain
Danny Mora ............. Jose
With:
Karen Philipp .......... Robin (recurring)
Yale Summers ........... Coroner
Kelly Flynn ............ Student
Robert Brubaker ........ Dean Haggerty
Duncan Gamble .......... Resident
Ron Prince ............. Actor
Steve Tracy ............ Kid
Anthony Aiello ......... Doctor
Sandy Roveta ........... Stage Manager
Diane Lander ........... Nurse Myerson
Gus Corrado ............ Doug Hummel
John Rayner ............ Minister
Janet Winter ........... 2nd Nurse
Steve Mond ............. Boy
Tony Alvarenga ......... Louise
John Nolan ............. Bartender

3.15 [--] Quincy, M.E.: AFTERMATH
7Feb79
Executive producer Peter J. Thompson
Teleplay by Steve Greenberg and Aubrey Solomon / Story by Peter J. Thopson
Directed by Tony Mordente
Guest Stars:
John Larch
Pat (Patricia) Smith
Richard Eastham
William Mins
George Gaynes
Burr DeBenning

Co-Starring: (end credits - to be verified)
June Dayton

3.16 [--] Quincy, M.E.: DARK ANGEL
15Feb79
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Cairncross and Charles E. Dismukes
Written by Robert Crais
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Neville Brand
Michael Horton
Marshall Thompson
Richard Stanley
Michael D. Roberts

Special Guest Star:
William Daniels
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bill Zuckert ............. Commissioner Parker
Stark Pierre ............. Murray
Paca Thomas .............. Dr. Herb Carlton
Peg Stewart .............. Patty Monahan
With:
Alan Stock ............... 1st. Patient
Toni Berrell ............. 2nd. Patient
Robert Mitchell Rosen .... 3rd. Patient
Chad Roche ............... 4th. Patient
Wyatt Johnson ............ Doctor
James Hardie ............. 3rd. Reporter
Michael Stearns .......... 2nd. Reporter
Josie Over ............... 1st. Reporter
Paul Baskin .............. Witness
Marc Taylor .............. Marc (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ............ Ed (recurring)
Peter Virgo .............. Pet (recurring - titles error should be `Pete')
Synopsis:
Quincy battles his own suspicions and mounting pressure in his attempt to clear a veteran police officer
accused of killing a drug-crazed teenager

3.17 [--] Quincy, M.E.: PHYSICIAN, HEAL THYSELF
22Feb79
Executive producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Cairncross and Charles E. Dismukes
Written by Aubrey Solomon & Steve Greenberg
Directed by Corey Allen
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Music Score, Marvin Laird
Guest Stars:
John Dehner
June Lockhart
Milt Kogan
Asher Brauner
Joby Baker
Don Reid

and:
Anne Francis as Mrs Shafer
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lisa Blake Richards ....... Mrs Burrows
Paul Sorensen ............. 1st Golfer
Tara Buckman .............. Julie Reed
Phillip Pine .............. Belden
Virginia Vincent .......... Mrs. Reed
With:
Karen Philipp ............. Robin (recurring)
James Rosin ............... Jeff
Wesley Marie Tackitt ...... Receptionist
Evelyn Guerro ............. Nurse
Hettie Lynne Hurtes ....... 2nd Reporter
Julian Burton ............. 2nd Golfer
Hank Rolike ............... Irv
Pete Virgo ................ Pete
John Nolan ................ Bartender
Dan Chambers .............. Speaker
James Hardie .............. 1st Reporter
Eddie Garrett ............. Ed
Quincy uncovers a conspiracy of silence when a teenage girl dies as a result of an abortion performed by a
drunken doctor.

3.18 [--] Quincy, M.E.: PROMISES TO KEEP
1Mar79
Executive producer Peter J. Thompson
Teleplay by Erich Collier / Story by Jack Klugman
Directed by Harvey Laidman
Guest Stars:
Anita Gillette ........ Quincy's first wife in flashback
Lonny Chapman
Sharon Acker .......... Lynne
End Credits (to be verified)
with
Jeff Corey
Jane Dulo

3.19 [--] Quincy, M.E.: SEMPER-FIDELIS
15Mar79
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson
Teleplay Robert Crais / Story by Maurice Kaufman
Directed by Tony Mordente
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
William Smithers
Allan Miller
James Luisi
Justin Lord
Gary Wood
Floyd Levine
John Karlen

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Matthew Tobin ............ Major Phillips
Richard Caine ............ Lt. Ellis
Phil Hoover .............. Sgt. Archer
Don Stark ................ Hennessey
With:
Fil Formicola ............ Sgt. Simmons
Conal O'Brien ............ Hansen
Marc Scott Taylor ........ Marc (recurring)
A soldier dies during a training exercise. Quincy is called in to give a second opinion, so the army
can't be accused of a cover up.

3.20 [--] Quincy, M.E.: AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION
22Mar79
Executive producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Cairncross and Charles E. Dusmukes
Teleplay by Steve Greenberg & Aubrey Solomon & Robert Crais
Story by Steve Greenberg & Aubrey Solomon & Robert Crais And Larry Tuch & Sol Weisel
Directed by Kenneth Gilbert
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Skip Homeier
Michael Anderson
(Jr.)
Lin McCarthy
Dennis Patrick
Jordan Rhodes
Mel Carter

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Barbara Baldavin ......... Mrs. Roselli
Gino Ardito .............. Frank Roselli
Joseph Perry ............. Ladin
Booth Coleman ............ Mr. Fenton
Cathy Paine .............. Joanie Marshall
With:
Chip Johnson ............. Cpt Warren
Eric Lawrence ............ Joe
Mary Munday .............. Mrs. Fenton
Frank Downing ............ Phil Forbes
Momo Yashima ............. Japaneses Interpreter
Joanna Patrice ........... Young Lady
Josh Davis ............... Bobby
Scott Mellini ............ Billy
Paul John Balson ......... Tommy

3.21 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE DEATH CHALLENGE
Prod. no. 51007 / 29Mar79
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Carroll & William Cairncross
Written by Richard Bluel and Pat Fielder
Directed by Ronald Satloff
Director of Photography: Fred Jackman A.S.C.
Music Score: Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Ann Blyth
Ron Masak (Murder She Wrote)
Martin Kove (Cagney and Lacey)
Jo Ann Pflug ........... Maggie
Special Guest Star:
Don Ameche
Co-Starring: (opening credits)
Bobby Jordan
James A. Watson (Jr.) .... Jim Barnes
*
With: (end credits)
Carl Byrd ............. Dr. Covington
Jimmy Joyce ........... 1st. Reporter
Michael Marsellos ..... Rufus
Leigh Kavanaugh ....... 2nd. Reporter
Synopsis:
A retired magician's (Don Ameche) assistant dies performing his mentor's best illusion.

3.22 [---] Quincy, M.E.: THE EYE OF THE NEEDLE
12Apr79
Executive Producer Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producers William Carroll & William Cairncross
Teleplay by A.L. Christopher and Robert Crais / Story by A.L. Christopher
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Director of Photography: Fred Jackman A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Frances Lee McCain
William Sylvester
Anthony James
Sally Kemp

Special Guest Star:
Robert Webber
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Clavin ......... Heffron
Thomas Bellin ....... Police Dr.
Gilbert Green ....... Dr. Benson
With:
Karen Philipp ....... Secetary
Gino Ardito ......... Jacobsen
Mary Kay Mars ....... LVN
Harold Ayer ......... Moderator
Synopsis:
A holistic physician (Frances Lee McCain) is accused of malpractice after the death of a wealthy patient.

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