House Calls

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  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1979
House Calls is an American sitcom that lasted three seasons and 57 episodes, from December 17, 1979 to September 13, 1982, on CBS television, produced by Universal Television and based upon the 1978 feature film of the same name.

House Calls is an American sitcom that lasted three seasons and 57 episodes, from December 17, 1979 to September 13, 1982, on CBS television, produced by Universal Television and based upon the 1978 feature film of the same name.

Original Release

12/17/1979 on CBS

US Release

12/17/1979

Cast

David Wayne Dr. Amos Weatherby
Wayne Rogers Dr. Charley Michaels
Ray Buktenica Dr. Normon Solomon
Markie Post Linda
Richard Lewis Dr. Prometheus / Leon
Lynn Redgrave Ann Anderson
Deedy Peters Mrs. Phipps
Sharon Gless Jane Jeffries
Aneta Corsaut Head Nurse Bradley
Mark L. Taylor Conrad Peckler
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Lust Weekend Monday, 02 November 1981
2 The Kensington Connection Monday, 09 November 1981
3 Uncle Digby Monday, 16 November 1981
4 The Sex Police Monday, 23 November 1981
5 Bradley's Brat Monday, 30 November 1981
6 The Yes Man Monday, 07 December 1981
7 Doctor Soloman and Mister Hide Monday, 14 December 1981
8 Son of Emergency Monday, 21 December 1981
9 Losers Weepers Monday, 28 December 1981
10 Fun with Doc & Jane Monday, 04 January 1982
11 Gays of Our Lives Monday, 11 January 1982
12 Man for All Surgeons Monday, 18 January 1982
13 Con-Con Monday, 25 January 1982
14 Alien Food Monday, 01 February 1982
15 It Ain't Necessary to Sew Monday, 08 February 1982
16 Conventional Warfare Monday, 15 February 1982
17 Hook, Line & Sinker Monday, 22 February 1982
18 Campaign in the Neck Monday, 01 March 1982
19 Rising Cost of Poverty Monday, 08 March 1982
20 Deafenwolf Monday, 22 March 1982
21 The Weatherbys Ride Again Monday, 24 May 1982
22 Ducks of Hazzard Monday, 31 May 1982
23 In Norman We Trust Monday, 30 August 1982
24 Bone of My Bone Monday, 13 September 1982
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Directors

Fernando Lamas, Allen Baron, Mel Ferber, Bruce Bilson, Ray Austin, Bob Claver, Alan Bergmann, Nick Havinga, Robert Douglas, Wayne Rogers, Alan Cooke, Alan Cooke, Lee Aronsohn, Dick Martin, Philip Minor, Jeremiah Morris, Alex March, John Clark

Writers

Kathy Greer, Bill Greer, Bruce Ferber, Bryan Blackburn, Laurie Gelman, David Lerner, Bob Baublitz, Lou Messina, Sheldon Keller, Diane Messina Stanley, Richard Dimitri, Wayne Rogers, Richard Lewis, Mark Egan, Mark Solomon, Lee Aronsohn, Erik Tarloff, Jeffrey Davis, Donald Ross, Julie Friedgen, Suzy Simon, Joel Tappis, Walter D. Dishell, Paul K. Taylor, Jackie McKane, Ken Rothrock, Mort Greene, Sam Greenbaum, Laurie Newbound, Tom Chehak, Max Shulman, Howard Ostroff, Jewel Jaffe, Julius J. Epstein, Bill Daley, Martin Ross, Steve McCarthy

Creators

Max Shulman, Julius J. Epstein

Cast

David Wayne Dr. Amos Weatherby
Wayne Rogers Dr. Charley Michaels
Ray Buktenica Dr. Normon Solomon
Markie Post Linda
Richard Lewis Dr. Prometheus / Leon
Lynn Redgrave Ann Anderson
Deedy Peters Mrs. Phipps
Sharon Gless Jane Jeffries
Aneta Corsaut Head Nurse Bradley
Mark L. Taylor Conrad Peckler
Suzanne Hunt Nurse Shirley Bryan
Diane Lander Nurse Sally Bowman
Dean Santoro Senator Thurlow
Margo Smith Mrs. Freeman
Linda Salcedo Pretty Nurse
Gail Landry 1st Reporter
Jonathan Ian Otis
Frank Biro Mr. Jenkins
Karen Salkin Julie Hockhouser
James A. Watson Jr. Nat Clark

Producers

Jerry Davis Executive Producer
Kathy Greer Producer
Bill Greer Producer
Sheldon Keller Producer
William Martin Producer

Editors

William Martin, Robert Watts, Michael Pozen

1981 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1981 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1981 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
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