One by One (1984–1987)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, Drama

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Stories about real-life international zoo vet David Taylor (in the TV programmes, he was called Donald Turner) from his early days as a newly-qualified vet in the 1950s to his international... See full summary »


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19 May 2006 | jbrotychoorion
It was touted as a follow up to All Creatures Great and Small....
I remember this show being advertised on the Arts and Entertainment channel in the early 80s as being from the producer of All Creatures Great and Small, and though it was a bit more contemporary, it certainly had similarities with that classic series. Both shows had a main protagonist who was a young, practicing vet who learns that the job entails more than he learned in school. In this series , it starts out that this young vet takes the job as a zoo vet out of necessity, with every intention of eventually becoming a regular dog and cat vet, but soon becomes fascinated by all the exotic animals, and eventually becomes a sought-out expert on the subject.....the other thing I remember is that the vet was sort of a lovelorn sad sack, when not treating the animals.....only about ten episodes were shown on A& I never saw the change in decades the synopsis refers to....


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29 January 1984



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