Emergency! (1972–1979)

TV Series   |  TV-G   |    |  Action, Adventure, Comedy


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The crew of Los Angeles County Fire Department Station 51, particularly the paramedic team, and Rampart Hospital respond to emergencies in their operating area.

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  • Robert Fuller and Julie London in Emergency!: The Wedsworth-Townsend Act (1972)
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  • Julie London in Emergency! (1972)
  • Deidre Hall and Julie London in Emergency! (1972)
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Creators:

Robert A. Cinader, Harold Jack Bloom

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11 November 2000 | davis62
A more realistic show...
Emergency is airing, now, very late at night, on the local TV station. And it's great to see it again. Before Baywatch, this show gave us a much more realistic look at the daily lives of those who respond when we call 911.

Although some of the technology and terminology is outdated now, most of it is surprisingly still in use! The dramatic component..that rescues don't always succeed..is refreshingly real in comparison to Baywatch, where CPR always works and no one dies unless their character has to be killed off. But the humour is there too, just as it is in the locker rooms of firehalls and police stations all over.

A minor comment about Gage's lack of musical abilities prompts him to take up the bagpipes, among other instruments, and the ongoing practical jokes played by Kelly add greatly to the humanity of the show. In fact, I strongly suspect that most of the incidents portrayed on the show actually happened.. Most of them are far too ridiculous to have been invented by some writer!

A great show from days gone by...if only they'd do as well now..

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