CTVA US Crime - "Quincy, M.E." (Glen/Larson/NBC) Season 7 (1982-83)

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Starring Jack Klugman
Season 7 (NBC) (1982-83)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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############### Qincy, M.E. #################
############# season 7 1982-83 ##############
############## (final season) ###############
NBC Wednesdays 10:00pm Eastern
Executive Producer David Moessinger (end credit)
Supervising Producers (end credit)
William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Supervising Producer Sam Egan (opening credits)
Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor (opening credit)

7.01 [124] Quincy, M.E.: BABY RATTLESNAKES
29Sept82
Supervising producer Sam Egan
Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by George Fenady
Guest Stars:
Gregory Sierra
John Randolph
Ronald Joseph
Arthur Batanides
Lynn Hamilton
Bredon Boone
J.A. Preston
and:
Anne Gillette as Dr. Emily Hanover
*
Co-starring: (end credits)
DeVoreaux White ........... Ethan Kellough
Guillermo San Juan ........ Peter Munoz
Brian Whitley ............. Johnny
Donald V. Allen ........... DPO Kennedy
Sheila Scott-Wilkinson .... Mrs. Billingsley
Allan Hunt ................ Scott Fetzer
With:
Joshua Gallegos ........... Joe Avilla
Peter Aguilar ............. Boy
Erin Blunt ................ Willie
Curtis Worthy, Jr. ........ Stevie
Jack Krupnick ............. Court Clerk
*
Eddie Garrett ............. Ed (regular)
Filip Field ............... Lab Technician (regular)
Diane Markoff ............. Waitress (regular)
Marc Scott Taylor ......... Marc (Lab technician)(regular)
Synopsis:
Quincy performs an autopsy on the body of a nine-year-old girl killed in
the crossfire of a gang shooting.

7.02 [125] Quincy, M.E.: GHOST OF A CHANCE
6Oct82
Executive Producer David Moessinger (end credit)
Supervising Producers (end credit) Willian O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Supervising Producer Sam Egan (opening credit)
Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor (opening credit)
Written by Steve Greenberg and Aubrey Solomon
Directed by Ray Danton
Guest Stars:
Harry Townes
Frank Marth
Jonathan Frakes
Nicolas Coster
Ellen Geer
James A. Watson, Jr.
and:
Anne Gillette as Dr. Emily Hanover (season 7 regular)
Specila Guest Star:
Jose Ferrer
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Carol Russell ............ Jane Mathers
Phillip Pine ............. Dr. Panucci
Jim Scott ................ Frank Fisher
Joella Deffenbaugh ....... Mary Ann Fisher
Tom Stewart .............. Harold Markham
Cheryl Tyre-Smith ........ Head of records
With:
Patricia Kane ............ Scrub Nurse
Tom Nibley ............... Dr. Hurley
Joyce O'Neal ............. Head Nurse
Conroy A. Gedeon ......... Asst. Surgeon
Bill Lodge ............... Intern
*
Eddie Garrett ............ Ed (regular)
Filip Field .............. Lab Technician (regular)
John Nolan ............... Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ............ Waitress (regular)
Marc Scott Taylor ........ Marc (Lab technician)(regular)
Synopsis:
Quincy uncovers some unethical hospital practices

7.03 [126] Quincy, M.E.: GIVE ME YOUR WEAK
27Oct82
Executive Producer: David Moessinger (end credit)
Supervising Producers: Willian O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke (end credit)
Supervising Producer Sam Egan (opening credit)
Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor (opening credit)
Written by Sam Egan
Directed by Georg Fenady
Guest Stars
Michael Constantine
Simon Oakland
Robert Ginty
Paul Clemens
Burr De Benning
Richard Eastham
Frank Aletter
Ryan MacDonald
Elsa Raven
and
Joseph Campanella ....... Dr. Styer
*
Co-Starring:
Christopher Templeton ... Kitty Marinoff
William Beckley ......... William Zaskind
Martin Rudy ............. Pagorini
Roderick Ewing .......... David Bowman
Jeffrey Winner .......... Sam Farber
Alan Toy ................ Carren

7.04 [127] Quincy, M.E.: DYING FOR A DRINK *****
3Nov82
Executive Producer David Moessinger (end credit)
Supervising Producers: Willian O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke (end credit)
Supervising Producer Sam Egan
Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor
Co-Producer Marc Scott Taylor (end)
Associate Producers John Hart, Betty Sprull-Jordan
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography: Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars:
Ina Balin ............... Dr. Linderman
Maxine Stuart
Marge Redmond
Special Guest Star:
David Spielberg
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Shawn Michaels ......... Len Wirtz
with:
Michael Venson ......... Lawrence Harper
Lorrie Marlow .......... Francine
Peter Virgo ............ Peter
Lynn Mann .............. Sandy
Eddie Garrett .......... Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ............ Lab Technician (recurring)
John Nolan ............. Bartender (recurring)
Diane Markoff .......... Waitress (recurring)
Marc Scott Taylor ...... Marc (recurring)
A female pathologist on Quincy's squad has an alchohol problem.

7.05 [128] Quincy, M.E.: UNREASONABLE DOUBT
10Nov82
Written by Lee Scheldon
Directed by Richard Benedict
Guest Stars:
John Rubinstein
David S. Shiner
Jim Antonio
David Tress
George O'Hanlon, Jr.
Miriam Byrd Nethery
and:
Anne Gillette as Dr. Emily Hanover (season 7 regular)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kres Mersky ............. Lilian Preston
Chad Cowgill ............ Michael Preston
T.J. Castranova ......... Ed MaDonald
With:
Audrey Maryln ........... Dr. Meade
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (regular)
Filip Field ............. Lab Technician (regular)
John Nolan .............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ........... Waitress (regular)
Quincy looks into the death of an infant who died of electrocution, but was suffering from a rare disease.

7.06 [129] Quincy, M.E.: SLEEPING DOGS
17Nov82
Written by Preston Wood
Directed by Georg Fenady
Guest Stars:
John Anderson
Charles Aidman
Brion James
Sheila Larken
William Bryant
Anne Haney
Jenny Sherman
Ted Gehring
Beulah Quo
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Conlan Carter ......... Marty Bonham
Rodney Kageyama ....... Larry Inoki
Ray Duke .............. Mike Horvath
Harry Pugh ............ Roy Daigle
Philip Baker Hall ..... Deputy Shell
J.P. Bumstead ......... George Darcey

7.07 [130] Quincy, M.E.: SCIENCE FOR SALE
24Nov82
Supervising producer Sam Egan / Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor
Teleplay Erich Collier / Story by Diana Marcus, Chris Abbott, Nancy Faulkner
Directed by Ray Danton
Guest Stars:
Lane Smith
Julie Adams
John Chappell
Reb Brown
and
Dennis Patrick ....... Garfield Calhoun
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paula Victor ......... Sylvie Goldberg
David Bond ........... Derelict #2
Ed Bakey ............. Jimbo
Stack Pierce ......... Mr. Lifton
Kate Lardner ......... Cindy Oliver
Christine Avila ...... Woman Reporter
Quincy encounters the world of Genetic Engineering.

7.08 [131] Quincy, M.E.: NEXT STOP, NOWHERE (The Punk Rock Episode)
2Dec1982
Executive Producer: David Moessinger (end credit)
Supervising Producers: Willian O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke (end credit)
Supervising Producer: Sam Egan (opening credit)
Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor (opening credit)
Written by Sam Egan
Directed by Ray Danton
Guest Stars:
Melora Hardin
Karlene Crockett
Barbara Cason
James T. Callahan
Alex Henteloff
and:
Anita Gillette ........ Dr Emily Hanover (season 7 regular)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Nick Georgiade ........ Vince Lasker
Richard Dano ......... Fly Fester
with:
Amy Moessinger ........ Pinky
Art Kimbro ............ Griffin
Jamie Johnston ........ Liz
Jennifer Starret ...... Lorraine
*
Eddie Garrett ......... Ed (regular)
Filip Field ........... Lab Technician (regular)
John Nolan ............ Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ......... Waitress (regular)
Songs "Next Stop, Nowhere" and "Give Up"
Lyrics by Sam Egan, Music by Irving Kramer.
Quincy discovers a bizarre connection between a murder and the Los Angeles punk rock scene. One of the most powerful
hours in the history of all media. A stunned generation has been picking up the pieces ever since.

7.09 [132] Quincy, M.E.: ACROSS THE LINE
8Dec82
Executive Producer David Moessinger (end credits)
Supervising Producers: William O. Cairncrsoss & Lester Wm. Berke (end credits)
Supervising Producer Sam Egan
Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor
Written by Fred McKnight
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photgraphy Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars:
Jack Kehoe
Lonny Chapman
Spencer Milligan
Frank Campanella
Maria O'Brien
James A. Watson Jr.
With: (end credits)
Ron Pinkard ........... Detective Jackson
Jim Malinda ........... Sergeant
Joseph Carafello ...... Policeman
Michael Masters ....... Detective
William Meadows ....... Clive
Eddie Garrett ......... Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ........... Lab Technician (recurring)
John Nolan ............ Bartender (recurring)
Diane Markoff ......... Waitress (recurring)

7.10 [133] Quincy, M.E.: SWORD OF HONOR, BLADE OF DEATH
15Dec82
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by Ray Danton
Guest Stars:
Soon-Teck Oh
Mako
John Fujioka
Ed Grover
George Loros
and:
Donna Kei Benz .......... Sedako
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Richard Lee Sung ........ Funaki
Mieko Kobayashi ......... Young Woman
With:
Nelson Mashita .......... Young Man
Lloyd Kino .............. Restaurant Owner
Dale Ishimito ........... Pool Hall Owner
Carla Formica ........... Lab Assistant
George Chung ............ Osada
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (regular)
Filip Field ............. Lab Technician (regular)
John Nolan .............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ........... Waitress (regular)
Sam (Robert Ito) tangles with the dangerous world of Japanese gangsters.

7.11 [134] Quincy, M.E.: THE LAW IS A FOOL
5Jan83
Teleplay by David Karp / Story by Jack Klugman
Directed by Georg Fenady
Guest Stars:
John O'Connell
Jeff Pomerantz
Sam Weisman
Claire Malis
Joshua Shelley
Mary Carver
Special Guest Star:
Lew Ayres
Co-Starring: (end credits)
George O. Petrie ........ D.A.
Vince Howard ............ Judge
With:
Denny Furey ............. Police I.D. Kit Operator
Marland Proctor ......... Clerk
Phyllis Applegate ....... Reporter
Patricia Gaull .......... Reporter
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (regular)
Filip Field ............. Lab Technician (regular)
John Nolan .............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ........... Waitress (regular)

7.12 [135] Quincy, M.E.: GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT
12Jan83
Written by Allison Hock
Directed by Ray Danton
Guest Stars:
Rudy Solari
Allan Miller ............ Anawalt
Special Guest Star:
Eugene Roche
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Roy Jenson .............. Dade
Susan Platt-Winston ..... Hannah Locke
Richard Camphuis ........ Benjamin
Shelly Lipkin ........... Agent Reiblich
Sylvia Walden ........... Mrs. McKenna
With:
Dru Solari .............. Tony Locke
Art Lewis ............... Mr. Pearson
Christopher Prince ...... Jeff Locke
John Nolan .............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ........... Waitress (regular)
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (regular)
Peter Virgo ............. Pete

7.13 [136] Quincy, M.E.: CRY FOR HELP
19Jan83
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by Ray Austin
Guest Stars:
Thom Bray
Dick Gautier
Walter Brooke
Alice Hirson
Sarah Miller
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette .......... Dr. Emily Hanover (recurring)
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Blake Marion ............ Potter
With:
Megan Wyss .............. Julie
Ina Danley .............. Claudia
Cynthia Simpson ......... Jackie
Fiona Guinness .......... Secretary
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (recurring)

7.14 [137] Quincy, M.E.: A LOSS FOR WORDS
26Oct83
Written by Sam Egan
Directed by Georg Fenady
Guest Stars:
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
Rosemary Murphy
Janet MacLachlan
Charles Knox Robsinson
Corninne Conley
Special Guest Star:
Ramon Bieri
and:
Anita Gillette ........ Dr Emily Hanover
An inexperience welder is killed in an explosion.
Is it a case of poor Industrial Safety Training or the fact that he could NOT read.

7.15 [138] Quincy, M.E.: BEYOND THE OPEN DOOR
2Feb83
Written by David Moessinger
Directed by Georg Fenady
Special Guest Star:
Kim Stanley
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette ......... Dr. Emily Hanover (recurring)
Co-Starring:
Chris Woods ............ Raymond Pike
John Furlong ........... Leon Stimmel
Kelly Parsons .......... Nancy Wallace
Renee Jones ............ Candy
And:
Karin Argoud ........... Jennifer Jordan
With:
Alex Enberg ............ Andy Jordan
Noelle Harling ......... Susan
Aranold Warda .......... Dugan
Stacey Shaffer ......... Ad Lib Girl
A psychic helps the police to track down a serial killer.

7.16 [139] Quincy, M.E.: ON DYING HIGH
9Feb83
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by Ray Danton
Guest Stars:
Roger Miller
Henry Beckman
Kelly Palzis
Edd Byrnes
James Karen
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette .......... Dr. Emily Hanover
Co-Starring:
Than Wyenn .............. Dr. Rubenstein
Guerin Barry ............ Gene
James Rosin ............. Dr. Rothman
with:
Teresa Hoyos ............ Nurse #1
Steven Pringle .......... Interne
Josie Pepito ............ Nurse #2
Filip Field ............. Lab Technician (regular)
John Nolan .............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ........... Waitress (regular)
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (regular)
Song "Snow in Florida"
Lyrics by Michael Braverman
Music by Roger Miller
Quincy learns the sad reality of drug abuse when he rushes to save the life of a television celebrity.
Quincy proposes to Emily.

7.17 [140] Quincy, M.E.: QUINCY'S WEDDING (Part 1/2)
16Feb83
supervising producer Sam Egan / Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by David Moessinger
Director of Photography, Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars:
Jeanette Nolan
John McIntire
Priscilla Pointer
Katherine DeHetre
and
Carole Cook .......... Winslow
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette ....... Dr. Emily Hanover
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Boyd Bodwell ......... Richard
Lynn Longos .......... Paulette
Ivor Francis ......... Dr. Reed
William Campbell ..... Sutter
And:
Richard Paul ......... Boxwell
With:
Jason Batanides ...... Delivery Boy
Ed McNamara .......... Very Old Man
Carol Donnelly ....... Head Infirmary Nurse
Marcelo Tubert ....... Technician
Filip Field .......... Lab Technician (regular)
John Nolan ........... Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ........ Waitress (regular)
Eddie Garrett ........ Ed (regular)
Peter Virgo .......... Pete
Synopsis:
Quincy qets pre-wedding nerves. Quincy tries to solve the mystery of a woman who claims to have killed
her husband on the eve of their sixty-fifth wedding anniversary.

7.18 [141] Quincy, M.E.: QUINCY'S WEDDING (Part 2/2)
23Feb83
The coroner's marriage is in jeopardy due to his pre-ocupation with solving the nursing home murder.

7.19 [142] Quincy, M.E.: MURDER ON ICE
9Mar83
Supervising Producer Sam Egan / Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor
Written by Lee Sheldon
Directed by Mel Ferber
director of photography Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars
Lola Albright
Robert Alda
Ann Blyth
Foster Brooks
Dane Clark
Henry Gibson
Special Guest Star
Anita Gillette .......... Dr. Emily Hanover
Co-Starring:
Raymond Mayo ............ Litner
With:
John Nolan .............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ........... Waitress (regular)
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (regular)
Quincy's honeymoon at a ski lodge turns sour.

7.20 [143] Quincy, M.E.: WOMAN OF VALOR
16Mar83
Executive Producer: David Moessinger (end credits)
Supervising Producers: William O. Cairncrsoss & Lester Wm. Berke (end credits)
Co-Producer: Marc Scott Taylor (end credits)
Associate Prroducers: John Hart & Betty Spruill-Jordan (end credits)
Supervising Producer Sam Egan (opening credits)
Produced by Michael Braverman and Jeri Taylor (opening credits)
Written by Sebastian Milo and Deborah Klugman
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography: Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars:
Elizabeth Huddle
Lynn Hamilton
and:
Philip Abbott .......... Dr. Wallace
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette ......... Dr. Emily Hanover
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ivor Bonar ............. Dr. Block
Frank Birney ........... Dr. Vale
Allan Hunt ............. Dr. Innis
Antony Alda ............ Paramedic #1
Cindi Eyman ............ Margaret
Chris Rennolds ......... Marsha
June Dayton ............ Mrs. Tracey
Paulette Breen ......... Anne
and:
Gloria Gigfford ........ Sharon
with:
Stefanie Riseley ....... Mandy
Luis Leschin ........... Elva
Steven Marlo ........... Dr. Cole
Anne Sebastian ......... Administarion Clerk
*
Filip Field ............. Lab Technician (regular)
John Nolan .............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff ........... Waitress (regular)
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (regular)
Peter Virgo ............. Pete (reguar)
Quincy seeks evidence that a baby's death was NOT the responsibility of the midwife.

7.21 [144] Quincy, M.E.: SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDREN
23Mar83
Teleplay by David Karp and Neal J. Sperling / Story by David Karp
Directed by William O'Cairncross
Guest Stars:
Pepper Martin
Michele Marsh
Tony Dow
Paul Lambert
Leonard Stone
and
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette ......... Dr. Emily Hanover
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paul Valentine ......... George Carlton Ward
Murray Moston .......... Harry McNeil
Henry Slate ............ Sacher
Sandra Myles Bettien ... Mrs. Neame
Shirley Richards ....... Linda McNeil
Jimmy Baron ............ Hurleigh
With:
Eric Eugene Williams ... Vernon
Fred Scott ............. Dandredge
Courtenay McWhitney .... Woman
Carl Stevens ........... Chris Rayano
Filip Field ............ Lab Techician (regular)
John Nolan ............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff .......... Waitress (regular)
Eddie Garrett .......... Ed (regular)
Peter Virgo ............ Pete (regular)
When a seven-year-old dies at a children's home, Quincy fights to close it down.

7.22 [145] Quincy, M.E.: AN ACT OF VIOLENCE
27Apr83
Written by NO ON-SCREEN CREDIT
Directed by NO ON-SCREEN CREDIT
Guest Stars NO GUEST STARS CREDITED
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette ......... Dr. Emily Hanover

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Alan Stock ............. Hector
Dana Hansen ............ Nurse
Brad Gorman ............ Fox
With:
Guy Sartee ............. Garfield
Leoda Richards ......... Vivian
Flip Field ............. Lab Techician (regular)
John Nolan ............. Bartender (regular)
Diane Markoff .......... Waitress (regular)
Eddie Garrett .......... Ed (regular)
When Quincy investigates the murder of an elderley lady, he himself is attacked and left for dead.

7.23 [146] Quincy, M.E.: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO MORRIS PERLMUTTER?
4May83
Written and Directed by Sam Egan
Director of Photgraphy, Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars:
Rosemary De Camp
Steven Keats
Woodrow Parfrey
William Sylvester
David S. Sheiner
Special Guest Star:
Keenan Wynn ............ Morris Perlmutter
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette ......... Dr. Emily Hanover
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Warren Munson .......... Harold
Patti Karr ............. Miriam
Louise Fitch ........... Violet
Borah Silver ........... Dreiser
John Papais ............ Lyle
Anne Wyndham ........... Carol
With:
Vernon Scott ........... Cliff
Perry Cook ............. Minister
Sunni Welles ........... Production Assistant (character)
Lorelle Carlley ........ Tina
Barbara Neugass ........ Technical Director (character)
Filip Field ............. Lab Techician (regular)
Eddie Garrett .......... Ed (regular)
Peter Virgo ............ Pete (regular)
Synopsis:
Two elderly entertainers hunt the murderer of their old
vaudeville partner.

7.24 [147] Quincy, M.E.: THE CUTTING EDGE (final episode of "Quincy")
prod. no. 57044 / 11May83
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by George Fenady
Guest Stars
John Randolph
Paul Rudd
Mary Louise Weller
Special Guest Star:
Anita Gillette ......... Dr. Emily Hanover
Special Appearance by
Barry Newman ............. Dr. McCracken
Co-Starring (opening credits)
Allen Fawcett
Julie Philips
Chevi Colton
(end credits - no details)

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