CTVA US Crime - "Quincy, M.E." (Glen/Larson/NBC) Season 5 (1980-81)

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Starring Jack Klugman
Season 5 (NBC) (1980-81)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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############### Qincy, M.E. #################
############## season 5 1980-81 ##############
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NBC Wednesdays 10:00pm Eastern
Executive Producer David Moessinger
Supervising Producer: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm. Berke
Produced by Sam Egan (unless otherwise shown)

5.01 [--] Quincy, M.E.: LAST RIGHTS (a.k.a. See No Evil)
Prod. no. 55301 / 16Sep80
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Associate Producer Maurice Klugman, Richard Rabjohn
Written and Produced by Sam Egan
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Stars
William Daniels
Philip Abbott
Clifton James
Ben Hammer
Warren Stevens
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ivan Bonar ........... Simon Grossland
Shannon Farnon ....... Helen Volmer
Peg Shirley .......... Bea Thatcher
Christopher LeBlanc .. Ned Duncan
Blake Marion ......... Ed Lampley
Robert Torti ......... Lance Sullivan
Robert Lussier ....... Gus Krossen
Dallas Mitchell ...... Joe Longo
Blake Marion ......... Ed Lampley (credited twice)
Buck Young ........... Sheriff Ivy
Peggy Stewart ........ Ethel Sullivan
Bruce Gray ........... Dr. Robert Miles
With:
Marc Scott Taylor .... Mark (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ........ Ed (recurring)
John Nolan ........... Bartender (recurring)
Rebecca Gilchrist .... Hospital Receptionist
Stephanie Braxton .... Donna
Quincy supports a newly-appointed coroner who is put under
pressure by the community to quit his post when he examines two deaths.

5.02 [--] Quincy, M.E.: A MATTER OF PRINCIPLE
12Nov80
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producer: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan
Written by Aubrey Solomon and Steve Greenberg
Directed by Ron Satlof
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Stars:
Robert F. Lyons
Allan Miller
Walter Brooke
Co-Starring
Marla Frumkin
John O'Connell ....... Arnold
Wallace Rooney ....... Dr. Winter
John Dullaghan ....... Mr Glen
Raymond Mayo ......... Barton
with
Mark Scott Taylor .... Mark (Lab Technician)(recurring)
Diane Markoff ........ Waitress (recurring)
John Nolan ........... Bartender (recurring)
Eddie Garrrett ....... Ed (recurring)
Jeane Campise ........ Sarah
Bob Hackman .......... Dr. Schulman
Bonnie Johns ......... Mrs. Glen
Marla Frumkin ........ Ginny
Fil Formicola ........ Baskin
Eric Lawrence ........ McAdams
Synopsis:
Sam sticks to his guns as he tries to persuade the authorities to take notice of a new process he has developed
to help track down killers

5.03 [---] Quincy, M.E.: LAST DAY, FIRST DAY
19Nov80
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Associate Producerd Maurice Klugman and Richard E. Rabjohn
Produced by Sam Egan
Written by Preston Wood
Directed by Leslie Martinson
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Stars:
Harry Townes
Sarah Rush
Will Kuluva
Bill Beyers
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Maria O' Brien ........ Ethel Rainier
Sylvia Walden ......... Mrs Tealy
Barry Cahill .......... Don
John Clavin ........... Doctor (Conference Room)
With:
Jimmy Sturtevant ...... Son
Filip Field ........... Doctor (Duty Room)
Diane Markoff ......... Waitress (recurring)
Seth Wagerman ......... Joe Rainer
Eddie Garrett (recurring)
John Nolan (recurring)
Marc Scott Taylor (recurring)
Quincy becomes concerned when a medical student accuses a veteran staff doctor of covering up the cause of a homicide.
veteran staff doctor of covering up the cause of a homicide.

5.04 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE NIGHT KILLER
26Nov80
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producer: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by Jeffery Hayden
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Stars:
Tyne Daly
Robert Ginty
Jonathan Segal
Irene Tedrow
and:
Patricia Barry ......... Dr. Hotchkiss
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Alex Hyde-White ........ Leo
Cheryl Carter .......... Cleo
Davis Roberts .......... Mr. Martin
Michael Griswald ....... Paul
With:
Mark Scott Taylor ...... Mark (recurring)
Carl Reindel ........... Roger
Teri Beckerman ......... Nora
Mary Ball .............. Bonnie
Eddie Garrett .......... Eddie (recurring)
Quincy helps a young couple who are accused of homicide when
they discover one of their twins dead in bed

5.05 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE HOPE OF ELKWOOD
3Dec80
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm. Berke
Produced by Sam Egan
Teleplay by Michael Braverman / Story by James Rosin
Directed by Richard Benedict
Guest Stars:
Frank Marth
Charles Aidman
and
John Elerick ......... Benjamin Nicholson
Co-Starring: (on opening credits)
James Rosin
Ryan MacDonald
and
Midge Ware ........... Jill O' Bannion
Co-Starring: (on end credits)
Anne E. Curry ........ Wendy Nicholson
Clark Mitchell Long .. Bobby Nolan
Pepe Hern ............ Judge Julio Aquilar
Shawn Michaels ....... Dr. Muir
Fred Pinkard ......... Theodore Nolan
Walker Edmiston ...... Eliot Martinson
Winning is everything - losing is nothing.
The competitive regime of a college athletics coach results in the death of a young runner.

5.06 [--] Quincy, M.E.: WELCOME TO PARADISE PALMS
17Dec80
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producer: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan / Associate Producer Maurice Klugman
Teleplay by David Moessinger / Story by Jon Dalke and Ray Danton
Directed by Georg Fenady
Music by Bruce Broughton
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Stars:
Ronald Joseph
Silvana Gallardo
Dehl Berti
Dennis Patrick
Co-Starring (on opening credits)
Rod Colbin
Co-Starring (on end credits)
Joseph Running Fox ..... Joshua Wanaka
Eddie Garcia ........... Chester Wanaka
Danna Hansen ........... Attendent
Stacy Keach Sr. ........ President C.C.
With:
Eddie Garrett .......... Eddie (recurring)
Nocona Aranda .......... Ralph Toller
Elaine Ballace ......... Clerk
Emilio Delgado ......... Felix Wanaka
Henry Bal .............. Floyd Beck
Cami Sebring ........... Nurse
Quincy rushes to an Arizona Indian reservation where his foster
son, Chester, is suffering from bubonic plague

5.07 [--] Quincy, M.E.: BY THEIR FAITH
7Jan81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan
Written by Erich Collier
Directed by Ron Satlof
Guest Stars:
Joaquin Martinez
Jeff Pomerantz
Fay DeWitt
Gino Conforti
Ian Abercrombie
Jay Varela
and
Ren‚ Enriquez ........ Archbishop Vallejo
Co-Starring:
Anthony Gordon ....... English Father
Jean Gilpin .......... English Mother
Kevin Brandon ........ Christopher
Warren Munson ........ German Tourist
and
Eugenia Wright ....... Jacinta Gonsales
With miraculous claims being made in the name of a centuries-old skeleton in Mexico, Quincy and Sam are
sent to study the remains.

5.08 [--] Quincy, M.E.: STAIN OF GUILT
14Jan81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced and Written by Sam Egan
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Stars:
Carolyn Jones
Ed Begley Jr.
Stewart Moss
William Sylvester
and
Susan Powell ......... Cassie Spencer
Co-Starring (on opening credits)
Ezra Stone
Martin Rudy
Bobbi Jordan
Sid Haig
*
Co-Starring (end credits)
Edmund Balin ......... Farley
Paca Thomas .......... Dr. Morton
With:
Marc Scott Taylor ..... Marc (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ......... Ed (recurring)
Peter Virgo ........... Pete (recurring)
John Nolan ............ Bartnder (recurring)
Diane Markoff ......... Waitress (recurring)
David Early .......... Assistant Director
Candace Coster ....... Actress - Victoria
Ken Scott ............ Actor - Harland
Quincy's job as technical adviser on a film based on a famous
homicide convinces him that the real murderer is on the loose.

5.09 [--] Quincy, M.E.: DEAR MUMMY
21Jan81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by Georg Fenady
Music by Marvin Laird
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Stars:
Albert Paulsen
Ed Grover
John Karlen
Robert Emhardt
Garnett Smith
Martine Beswicke
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Than Wyenn ......... Eichorn/Eichelmann
With:
Marc Scott Taylor .. Marc (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ...... Ed (recurring)
Peter Virgo ........ Pete (recurring)
Ben Frommer ........ Waiter
W.T. Zacha ......... Henchman
The smuggling of some Zazi-held gems from Cairo to Los
Angeles in an Eqyptian Mummy leaves some corpses in its wake.

5.10 [--] Quincy, M.E.: HEADHUNTER
4Feb81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producer: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan
Written by Fred J. McKnight
Directed by Michael Vejar
Guest Stars:
Joseph Sirola
Eddie Fontaine
Suzanne Charny
Co-Starring:
Lynn Herring ........... Elaine Collier
Dennis Haysbert ........ Driver
William O'Connell ...... Albert Rausch
Woody Skaggs ........... Traveler
When an airline stewardess is slain, a narcotics officer comes under investigation by Internal Affairs.

5.11 [--] Quincy, M.E.: SCREAM TO THE SKIES
11Feb81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producer: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm. Berke
Produced by Sam Egan / Associate Producers Maurice Klugman, John Hart
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Music by Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Katherine Justice
Henry Darrow
Nicholas Hormann
Paul Lambert
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Charles Lamkin ......... Dr. Jamison
Shannon Saylor ......... Katy Christopher
Lavelle Roby ........... Melanie Bridges
Kristina Callahan ...... Mrs. Christopher
Frank Parker ........... Mitchell Demming
Bunnie Summers ......... Marie
Stuart Nisbet .......... Capt. Ed Lawrence
Michael Horsley ........ Lt. Anders
June Dayton ............ Woman Senator
Montana Smoyer ......... Connie
Richard O'Brien ........ Senator McGreevy
Gilbert Green .......... Gerald Richmond
With: (recurring cast}
John Nolan, Marc Scott Taylor, Peter Virgo, Eddie Garrett
Diane Markoff
Quincy investigates a plane crash at sea, and discovers that most of the victims died needlessly.

5.12 [--] Quincy, M.E.: JURY DUTY
18Feb81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm. Berke
Produced by Sam Egan
Written by Preston Wood
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Music by Bob Alcivar
Guest Stars:
Robert Alda
Sam Groom
Joan Darling
Morgan Stevens
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joe Moross ........... Dr. Morrissey
John Papais .......... Len
William H. McDonald .. 1st Man
Karl Lukas ........... 2nd Man
Marguerite Ray ....... Mrs Timothy
Ray Duke ............. Joe Casey
Gina Alvarado ........ Mrs Hatfield
Michael Fox .......... Dr Feld
Jim Negele ........... Mike Kaynor
Bob Carkia ........... Mr Munson
David Somerville ..... Literary Agent
With:
Marland Proctor ...... 1st Bailiff
Jim Milanda .......... Lt. Davis
Dave Turner .......... Ned (Clerk)
(Recurring:)
John Nolan, Marc Scott Taylor, Peter Virgo, Eddie Garrett
Daine Markoff
Synopsis:
When Quincy sits on the jury of a homicide case, he knows that are glaring errors in the evidence being
given - errors that could lead to the conviction of an innocent man.

5.13 [--] Quincy, M.E.: WHO SPEAKS FOR THE CHILDREN?
25Feb81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm. Berke
Produced by Sam Egan / Associate Producers, Maurice Klugman, John Hart
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography, H. John Penner
Music Score by Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Joseph Campanella
Jim Antonio
Clyde Kusatsu
*
Co-Starring:(end credits)
Michele Marsh ......... Carol Carmody
Alex Colon ............ Carlos
Allison Balson ........ Megan Carmody
Wendy Lynne ........... Polly Carmody
With:
Marc Scott Taylor ..... Marc (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ......... Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ........... Lab Technician (recurring)
Lynda Farmer .......... Cinny
Mickey Knox ........... Sgt. Edmond
Terrence Evans ........ Russell Lujack
When a young girl is murdered, Quincy uncovers a case of abuse
and uses all his forensic expertise to catch the killer.

5.14 [--] Quincy, M.E.: SELDOM SILENT, NEVER HEARD
4Mar81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers, William O.Cairncross, Lester Wm. Berke
Produced by Sam Eagan /Associate Producers, Maurice Klugman, John Hart
Teleplay by Sam Eagan and Maurice Klugman
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Director of Photography, H. John Penner
Music Score by Bob Alcivar
Guest Stars:
Michael Constantine
Paul Clemens
Beverly Todd
John Carter
David Tress
Robert Symonds
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kimberly Webster ........ Denise
D.J. Sydney ............. Mrs. Rosenthal
Jon Lormer .............. William Anders
Kathie Christopher ...... Trish
Donald Petrie ........... Randy
Richard Dano ............ Chuck
With:
R. Jeffrey Cohen ........ Jeffrey Rosenthal
Marc Scott Taylor ....... Marc (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (recurring)
Synopsis:
Police believe the death of a youth at a construction site was murder but Quincy thinks the tragedy may have
been the result of Tourette's syndrome.

5.15 [---] Quincy, M.E.: OF ALL SAD WORDS
11Mar81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers, William O.Cairncross, Lester Wm. Berke
Produced by Sam Eagan / Associate Producers, Maurice Klugman, John Hart
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by Bob Bender
Director of Photography, H. John Penner
Music Score by Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Darleen Carr
Val Avery
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Borah Silver ........... Lou Chesler
John Garrett ........... Alex
William Wintersole ..... Morris Gilmour
Joyce Gittlin .......... Sonja
With:
Marc Scott Taylor ...... Marc (recurring)
John Nolan ............. Bartender (recurring)
Eddie Garrett .......... Ed (recurring)
Peggy Crosby ........... Waitress
Joseph DiSante ......... Firechief
Nathaniel Brian Wine ... Hood
Synopsis:
Quincy falls in love with a beautiful young widow, even though a
persistent insurance investigator accuses her of murder

5.16 [---] Quincy, M.E.: TO KILL IN PLAIN SIGHT
18Mar81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers, William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm. Berke
Produced by Sam Egan / Associate Producers, Maurice Klugman, John Hart
Teleplay by Geoffrey Fischer / Story by Chris Bunch and Allan Cole
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography, H. John Penner
Music Score by Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Fritz Weaver
William Prince
Devon Ericson
Sandy Ward
Special Guest Star:
John Ireland
*
Co-Starring:
William Boyett ...... Sgt. Paul Eckert
Rafer Johnson ....... Ezra Glidden
Blake Marion ........ Lane Garrison
Walter Mathews ...... Mike O'Connell
Corinne Conley ...... Woman Reporter
Robert Hoy .......... Harry Binns
And:
Virginia Capers ..... Dainty June
With: (recurring cast)
Marc Scott Taylor, Eddie Garrett, Filip Field, John Nolan,
Diane Markoff
With: (others)
Murray Moston ....... Jake Dunn
James Cord .......... Hotel Clerk
Michael Santiago .... Victor Strauss
Alan Deglin ......... Undercover Cop
Steve J. Restivo .... Motel Manager
Quincy finds himself in a race against time as the tries to thwart a plot to kill a government official.
thwart a plot to kill a government official at a hotel convention.

5.17 [---] Quincy, M.E.: SUGAR AND SPICE
1Apr81
Executive Producer David Moessinger (on end credits)
Supervising Producers (on end credits) William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan / Associate Producers: Maurice Klugman and John Hart
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Stars:
Lisa Jane Persky
Ron Masak
Jack Dodson
Logan Ramsey
David White
Hugh Gillin
and
Kathleen Nolan ........ Corrine O'Connor
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Thelma Pellish ........ Maureen
Robert Hackman ........ Louie
George O. Petrie ...... Barnes
Matthew Tobin ......... Coroner's Officer
Lori Street ........... Gretchen
Guerin Barry .......... Photographer
With:
Marc Scott Taylor, Eddie Garrett, John Nolan,
Diane Markoff, Peter Virgo (all recurring)
Susan Ruttan .......... Helen
Anian Tunney .......... Cindy
Laura-Noel ............ Allison
Filip Field ........... Lab Technician (recurring)
Quincy goes into battle with the author of a diet book.

[---] 08Apr81 rerun of "By the Death of a Child" (first aired 4Oct79)

5.18 [--] Quincy, M.E.: VIGIL OF FEAR
6May81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan / Associate Producers: Maurice Klugman and John Hart
Teleplay by Leo Garden / Story by Leo Garden & Steve Greenberg and Leo Garen
Directed by Bob Bender
Director of Photography H. John Penner
Guest Star
Lonny Chapman
Ned Romero
Ray Vitte
Lenny Bari
George O'Hanlon, Jr
and
Paul Koslo ............ John Doe Killer
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Peter Virgo Jr. ....... Tony Penner
George Reynolds ....... George Maples
André Harvey .......... Jo-Jo
Henry Slate ........... Mole
Dave Morick ........... Clerk
With:
Usual Support
Synopsis:
A vigilante group take the law into their own hands with fatal consequences.

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