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Emergency! The Complete Series DVD Box Set

Emergency! The Complete Series DVD Box Set

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Emergency! The Complete Series DVD Box Set

  • Number Of Seasons: The Complete 7 Seasons

  • Number Of Episodes: All 122 Uncut Episodes

  • Package: 32 DVD Box Set EcoPack

  • Category: Drama

  • Format: Full Screen

  • Audio Track: English

  • Compartability: Region 1 For shipment to North America, Region 2 For shipment to Europe and Region 4 For shipment to Australia / New Zeiland

  • Condition: Brand new & Sealed

  • Years: 1972 - 1977

 

Emergency! BULLET POINTS:

· 122 UNCUT EPISODES – From the pilot episode “The Wedsworth-Townsend Act” all the way to the final episode “All Night Long” Every episode of all six seasons collected in this 32-DVD set. See every adventure of Squad 51 from beginning to its end.

· 6 FULL SEASONS – Emergency! Ran from 1972 to 1977 and included current events in fictionalized, action-packed, exciting situations with life and death in the balance. All 122 episodes of its TV run are included in this collection.

· FROM CREATORS OF ADAM-12 and DRAGNET – Jack Webb and Robert A Cinadar were two of the creators of Emergency! They previously helped create classic TV shows Adam-12, and Dragnet. Emergency! Creator Harold Jack Bloom also worked on the James Bond film You Only Live Twice

· PREDECESSOR TO ER, THIRD WATCH AND MORE – Emergency! was one of the first shows to feature real-to-life first responder practices, a realistic emergency room, and show how first responders cooperate with hospital staff in a true-to-life manner. This paved the way for other medical TV dramas like Grey's Anatomy, Code Black, Saving Hope and Chicago Med.

· AMAZING LIST OF GUESTS STARS! - See guest star appearances by some of the 1970's biggest stars including Marion Ross, Mark Harmon, Jackie Coogan, and John Carradine. Other guest stars include Nick Nolte, Jamie Farr, Bruno Kirby, and John Travolta. The pilot features Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Mark Spitz as well.

EMERGENCY DESCRIPTION

Emergency! combined the great action of 1970's police dramas on TV with realistic situations, equipment, and gear. They worked very hard to make the situations as close to real life as they could for the time but also instilled a sense of adventure in the series. Emergency! tied into Adam-12 and Dragnet before it as well as several other 1970's shows including Sierra, ChiPs, and Quincy, M.E. It also began the careers of Randolph Mantooth, and Kevin Tighe, and features guest star appearances by Adam West and Yvonne Craig (Batman and Batgirl), Don Most and Marion Ross of Happy Days, and Wolfman Jack the 70's shock jock.

Emergency! Storyline

Join the team of Squad 51 after the Wedsworth-Townsend Act of California made it legal for first responders to provide initial emergency care on site for accident victims. Roy DeSoto (played by Kevin Tighe) and John Roderick “Johnny” Gage (played by Randolph Mantooth) are the two main characters who are firefighters that were trained as paramedics, the first of the first responders. Squad 51 received calls about emergency situations and headed out to the scene to save lives. All the while they were in contact with Rampart General Hospital medical staff. They work to stabilize the victims so that they can then be transported to the hospital for continuing medical care. Often multiple situations would develop simultaneously and cause further complications for Squad 51 and Rampart General Hospital.

6 Seasons of Emergency! all in one set

Every episode of all six seasons of Emergency! has been collected into this 32-DVD set. From the pilot episode that tied into real-life passing of the Wedsworth-Townsend Act by California governor Ronald Reagan through to the end of season six. The pilot episode follows the attempts of the two main characters in getting medical personnel on board with the new paramedic law. Guest stars in the episode include Adam-12's Kent McCord and Martin Milner firmly placing the show in the same universe as it and its predecessor Dragnet.

Episodes per Season

· Season 1 – 11 episodes

· Season 2 – 21 episodes

· Season 3 – 22 episodes

· Season 4 – 22 episodes

· Season 5 - 22 episodes

· Season 6 – 24 episodes

Emergency! currently holds a 7.9/10 on IMDB and an 8.6/10 on TV.com. During the 1970's it was one of the highest rated shows. Station 51 and its staff showed up in several other shows including ChiPs, Quincy, M.E., Sierra, and a spin-off cartoon Emergency +4. Station 51 was also shown in The Great Los Angeles Earthquake, a TV movie from 1990. A book was written on the show in 2008 titled Emergency! Behind the Scenes. The Smithsonian Institution features props and equipment from the show in the National Museum of American History and its vehicles are in the Los Angeles County Fire Museum.

It's said that Emergency! is the reason that paramedics and ambulances spread across the nation from only being 12 units in 1972. Before Emergency! aired people were not generally aware of things like CPR, pre-hospital medical care, and fire prevention. People have also claimed that the realistic first aid techniques on the show have helped them to save lives in real life. This also was addressed in an episode of Emergency! where a non-trained civilian attempts to do a first aid procedure done often by the characters on the show and causes further injury. The show began showing a disclaimer that first aid procedures in the show need to be done by a trained person in real life.

Emergency! endures as one of America's greatest TV medical dramas. It set the stage for decades of shows that would follow it. Its use of realistic medical situations, and procedures would be mimicked by some of the greatest shows ever including ER. The props, station, equipment and vehicles are all modeled on real life gear giving it an air of legitimacy that was not often seen in 1970's TV shows. Add Emergency! the complete series DVD set to your cart today and relive all the action and adventure, or introduce a whole new generation to it. The DVD collection comes in a single box that is easy to take with you wherever you may want to watch the show whether it be a stay-cation at home or a cabin in the woods (with TV, DVD player and electricity).

The Emergency! the complete series DVD set runs 6642 minutes with an average time per episode of 50 minutes. That's over 110 hours of action-packed entertainment from the 1970's. Relive every tense minute of all six seasons of the TV medical drama that is the grandfather to your favorite medical dramas of today. Know someone that works in the medical field? Even they will appreciate a gift of this classic 1970's show, especially if they're a paramedic or other first responder. Emergency! is a classic TV drama that has stood the test of time and is sure to please.

Season 1

  1. Mascot

  2. Botulism

  3. Cook's Tour

  4. Brushfire

  5. Dealer's Wild

  6. Nurses Wild

  7. Publicity Hound

  8. Weird Wednesday

  9. Dilemma

  10. Hang-up

  11. Crash

 

Season 2

  1. Decision a.k.a. Problem

  2. Kids

  3. Show Biz

  4. Virus

  5. Peace Pipe

  6. Saddled

  7. Fuzz Lady

  8. Trainee

  9. Women

  10. Dinner Date

  11. Musical Mania

  12. Helpful

  13. Drivers

  14. School Days

  15. The Professor

  16. Syndrome

  17. Honest

  18. Seance

  19. Boot

  20. Rip-Off

  21. Audit

 

Season 3

  1. Frequency

  2. The Old Engine

  3. Alley Cat

  4. An English Visitor

  5. Heavyweight

  6. Snakebite

  7. The Promotion

  8. Insomnia

  9. Inheritance Tax

  10. Zero

  11. The Promise

  12. Body Language

  13. Understanding

  14. Computer Error

  15. Inferno

  16. Messin' Around

  17. Fools

  18. How Green Was My Thumb?

  19. The Hard Hours

  20. Floor Brigade

  21. Propinquity

  22. Inventions

 

Season 4

  1. The Screenwriter

  2. I'll Fix It

  3. Gossip

  4. Nagging Suspicion

  5. Communication Gaffe

  6. Surprise

  7. Daisy's Pick

  8. Quicker Than the Eye

  9. Foreign Trade

  10. Camera Bug

  11. The Firehouse Four

  12. Details

  13. Parade

  14. The Bash

  15. Transition

  16. Smoke Eater

  17. Kidding

  18. Prestidigitation

  19. It's How You Play the Game

  20. The Mouse

  21. Back-Up

  22. 905-Wild

 

Season 5

  1. The Stewardess

  2. The Old Engine Cram

  3. Election

  4. Equipment

  5. The Inspection

  6. The Indirect Method

  7. Pressure 165

  8. One of Those Days

  9. The Lighter-Than-Air Man

  10. Simple Adjustment

  11. Tee Vee

  12. On Camera

  13. Communications

  14. To Buy or Not To Buy

  15. Right at Home

  16. The Girl on the Balance Beam

  17. Involvement

  18. Above and Beyond ... Nearly

  19. Grateful

  20. The Great Crash Diet

  21. The Tycoons

  22. The Nuisance

 

Season 6

  1. The Game

  2. Not Available

  3. The Unlikely Heirs

  4. That Time of Year

  5. Fair Fight

  6. Rules of Order

  7. The Exam

  8. Captain Hook

  9. Computer Terror

  10. Welcome to Santa Rosa County

  11. Paperwork

  12. Loose Ends

  13. An Ounce of Prevention

  14. Insanity Epidemic

  15. Breakdown

  16. Family Ties

  17. Bottom Line

  18. Firehouse Quintet

  19. The Boat

  20. Isolation

  21. Upward and Onward

  22. Hypochondri-Cap

  23. Limelight

  24. All Night Long

Complete series cast summary:

Randolph Mantooth

Randolph Mantooth - Paramedic John Gage

   

Kevin Tighe

Kevin Tighe - Paramedic Roy DeSoto

   

Julie London

Julie London - Dixie McCall, R.N.

   

Bobby Troup

Bobby Troup - Dr. Joe Early

   

Robert Fuller

Robert Fuller - Dr. Kelly Brackett

   

Marco López

Marco López - Fireman Marco Lopez

   

Mike Stoker

Mike Stoker - Fireman Mike Stoker

   

Tim Donnelly

Tim Donnelly - Fireman Chet Kelly

   

Michael Norell

Michael Norell - Captain Hank Stanley

   

Ron Pinkard

Ron Pinkard - Dr. Mike Morton

   

Harold 'Hal' Frizzell

Harold 'Hal' Frizzell - Ambulance Attendant

   

Sam Lanier

Sam Lanier - Radio Dispatcher

   

Vince Howard

Vince Howard - Police Officer Vince, LASD

   

Scott Gourlay

Scott Gourlay - Police Officer

   

William Bryant

William Bryant - Captain, Engine #16

   

Henry

Henry - Henry - Station Mascot

   

Art Balinger

Art Balinger - Chief Conrad, Battalion

   

Michele Noval

Michele Noval - Nurse Michele

   

Craig Chudy

Craig Chudy - Police Officer

   

Dick Hammer

Dick Hammer - Captain Hammer

   

William Boyett

William Boyett - Chief McConnike, Battalion 14

   

Ted Gehring

Ted Gehring - Clinton

   

Barbara M. Benson

Barbara M. Benson - Nurse Gail

   

Lillian Lehman

Lillian Lehman - Carol Williams

   

Kyle Anderson

Kyle Anderson - Nurse at Reception

   

Boot

Boot - Boot - Station Mascot

   

Deidre Hall

Deidre Hall - Nurse Sally Lewis

   

Patricia Mickey

Patricia Mickey - Sharon

   

Virginia Gregg

Virginia Gregg - Wilma Jacobs, R.N.

   

Anne Schedeen

Anne Schedeen - Nurse Carol

   

Scott Arthur Allen

Scott Arthur Allen - Fireman Kirk

   

Steven Marlo

Steven Marlo - 'Old 87'

   

Mary Angela Shea

Mary Angela Shea - Nurse

   

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