Emergency! Season Six

Emergency! Season Six



As originally aired on NBC on Saturday nights between January 1972 and September 1977, the popular drama series Emergency! bore a marked resemblance to the original Dragnet, with its semi-documentary approach to stories, and it's little wonder -- Jack Webb created the program through his Mark VII production shingle, merely two years after Dragnet wrapped. Episodes took place in the City of Angels, and followed the adventures of two collaborating teams of rescue workers: Squad 51 of the Los Angeles County Fire Department's Paramedical Rescue Service, and the ER staff of L.A.'s Rampart General Hospital. Leading the fire department EMS squad were two heroic paramedics, Roy DeSoto (Kevin Tighe) and John Gage (Randolph Mantooth). Episodes interwove suspenseful, tragic, and occasionally comic storylines involving the workers' attempts to save citizens, with a heightened emphasis on helping to free the endangered from precarious positions. This set from Universal offers the entire season-six run of Emergency! (its final season, prior to a string of follow-up telemovies in 1978), with all of the episodes presented chronologically and back to back, as they originally aired. This particular season featured guest turns by then-unknown actresses Linda Gray and Joanna Kerns, fast on their way to television stardom.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/13/2010
UPC: 0025192048746
Rating: NR
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Time: 18:57:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Tighe Roy Desoto
Arnold Turner Crowley
Bridget Hanley Molly
David Pritchard Jack Grady
Dick Bakalyan Charley,Charlie
George Brenlin Mort
Herb Vigran Lou
Howard Honig Arthur Basye
Jack Carter Drew McWhorter
James G. Richardson Craig Brice
James Jeter Sheriff Blaine Bittner
James McEachin Julius
Joe Maross Capt. Hochrader
Laurie Kennedy Nurse Patterson,Susan Curtis
Leon Ames Alec Sudhoff, aka "Dr. Ned Tuttle"
Nick Pellegrino Coach
Paul Brinegar Max
Peggy Webber Helen Phillips
Randolph Mantooth John Gage
Tara Talboy Tina
Terry Kiser Lance
Walt Davis Actor
William Boyett McConnike,Chief Battalion 14,Batallion Chief,Chief McConnike,Battalion Chief #14
William Bryant Captain Flynn,Engine 45 Captain
Amy Allen Mrs. Grady
Anne Schedeen Margo
Bennye Gatteys Cheryl
Bette Ford June Edwards
Bill Watson Tom
Bryan Byers Gerald
Dabbs Greer Dr. Hubert Nippert
Howard McGillin Dwyer
James Griffith Lester Bowles
Johnny Timko Randy
Larry Manetti Bert Dwyer
Laurie Lynn Jeanine
Lyndel Stuart Dr. Slade
Maud Strand Erika
Richard Carlyle Bert
Robert Pratt Robbie
Scott Arthur Allen Davis
Steve Drexel Scott Anderson
Susan Lawrence Susan Basye
Ted Gehring Actor,Clinton
Walter Mathews Ed
William Bronder Tree Trimmer
Allan Lurie Sam
Bert Holland Hoover
Bill Walker Jefferson
Carla Layton Fisherman's Wife
Chad States Ken,Terry
Ellen Moss Thelma
Harold "Happy" Hairston Referee
Jack Bender Sills
James Van Patten Mark
Jim Stathis Stuart
Joan Roberts Jane
Kedric Wolfe Duke
Meg Wyllie Mrs. Pestone
Peter Brocco Professor
Polly Middleton Joan Anderson
Rick Podell Mike Kandell
Russ Grieve Actor
Walter Barnes Mike Gold
Wayne Heffley Holt
Abraham Alvarez C-Shift Foreman
Belle Ellig Woman
Ben Wright Oscar Hubbs
Beverly Johnson Bev
Bill Zuckert Bill Nelson
Burton Copper Reed
Connie Lester Millie
Dave Barry Tom Jensen
Debi Stone Toni
Jean Allison Grace
Jeannine Brown Gail
Jeff Cotler Mike
Jim B. Smith Sergeant
Joanna Kerns Gymnast
Jodean Russo Mrs. Cooper
Larry Carroll Jim "Animal" Walters
Pamela Shoop Marcia Emerson
Tabi Cooper Jody
Vince Howard Off. Vince,Officer Vince,Police Officer Vince
Zitto Kazann Actor,Alvie
Barbara Ellen Levene Ginnie
Carmen Zapata Injured Woman
Daniel Selby Brandon
Delos V. Smith Greg
Duane Lewis Actor
Frank Aletter Wilbur
Glenn Sipes Officer
Ivy Bethune May
James Westmoreland Actor
Lani Gustavson Oil Rig Foreman
Nancy Fox Instructor
Peter Kastner Patient
Robert Karnes Cheryl's Father
Ronnie Schell Allan Hendricks
Steve Shaw Earl Robinson
Tom Williams Arnold Williams

Technical Credits
Christian Nyby Director
Cliff Bole Director
Dennis Donnelly Director
Georg Fenady Director
Kevin Tighe Director
Randolph Mantooth Director
Richard Bennett Director

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Emergency! Season Six 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Tink8115 More than 1 year ago
Emergency is the type of show which I call reality. It highlights the highs and lows, dangers and frustrations that firefighers/paramedicas have to endure. I love the action, which is 90% of the show and coupled with the mild drama and sometimes hilarious times, makes this show for all ages. The characters are easily taken in and you feel for them and with them, which is what some of these so called reality shows should learn from. I have all the DVD's possible and look forward to watching until I am old and gray, or until the disc fails. At that point I will buy more. Watch and enjoy!!!!
Robert-Long More than 1 year ago
This is Season 6, the last full season of Emergency. There were several TV-movies done afterward, but those haven't been released to DVD yet. (Hopefully they will be soon.) This year Roy and Johnny get out of L.A. several times (but don't you just HATE it when your vacation becomes work?). I like that the show acknowledges the passage of time--on a number of occasions the paramedics mention they've been at the job for five years. And Station 51's Captain Stanley is considering appling for Chief in one episode; in another, he's afraid he'll have to retire because of arthritis (which he turns out not to have, though it's never said exactly what it is he DOES have). The episodes are very enjoyable and worth watching again and again. The technology, procedures, etc. are of course dated (hey, the show IS 35+ years old!) but the drama and adventure are totally real and wouldn't be much different today. Buy all six seasons and spend a few weeks enjoying the action and adventures of real heroes!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My husband and I were both born in 1969 and love this show as much as we did when we were young. But the best part is how much our 3 year old likes it. The program isn't over dramatic with their story lines. They do a good job showing the life of the firefighter and paramedic while on duty. And you can't beat the fashions of the 70's.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago