Medical Center

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1969
Medical Center is an American medical drama series which aired on CBS from 1969 to 1976. It was produced by MGM Television.

Medical Center is an American medical drama series which aired on CBS from 1969 to 1976. It was produced by MGM Television.

Original Release

04/17/1969 on CBS

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Cast

# Title Air Date
1 The Fourth Sex: Part 1 Monday, 08 September 1975
2 The Fourth Sex: Part 2 Monday, 15 September 1975
3 Torment Monday, 22 September 1975
4 No Hiding Place Monday, 29 September 1975
5 The Velvet Knife Monday, 06 October 1975
6 Street Girl Monday, 20 October 1975
7 The Price of a Child Wednesday, 29 October 1975
8 Too Late for Tomorrow Monday, 03 November 1975
9 The Last Performance Monday, 10 November 1975
10 Two Against Death Monday, 17 November 1975
11 One Last Rebellion Monday, 24 November 1975
12 The Eighth Deadly Sin Monday, 01 December 1975
13 Gift from a Killer Monday, 08 December 1975
14 The High Cost of Winning Monday, 15 December 1975
15 The Silent Witness Monday, 29 December 1975
16 A Very Private War Monday, 12 January 1976
17 You Can't Annul My Baby Monday, 19 January 1976
18 Child of Conflict Monday, 02 February 1976
19 The Stranger Monday, 09 February 1976
20 A Touch of Sight Monday, 16 February 1976
21 Life, Death and Mrs. Armbruster Monday, 23 February 1976
22 Major Annie, MD Monday, 01 March 1976
23 The Happy State of Depression Monday, 08 March 1976
24 If Wishes Were Horses Monday, 15 March 1976
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Directors

Vincent Sherman, Earl Bellamy, Paul Stanley, Michael Caffey, Murray Golden, Charles S. Dubin, Daniel Petrie, Harvey Hart, Joseph Pevney, Richard Benedict, Lee Philips, Robert Douglas, Al C. Ward, Michael O'Herlihy, Chad Everett, Leo Penn, Paul Stanley, Robert L. Friend, Alvin Ganzer, Gerald Mayer, George McCowan, William A. Graham, Daniel Haller, Bernard McEveety

Writers

Frank Glicksman, Al C. Ward, Don Brinkley, Barry Oringer, Jack Guss, Stephen Kandel, Oliver Crawford, Martin Roth, Robert M. Young, Robert M. Young, Howard Dimsdale, Shimon Wincelberg, Robert J. Shaw, Andy Lewis, Karl Tunberg, Dick Nelson, Jackson Gillis, Anthony Lawrence, John W. Bloch, John Meredyth Lucas, Rita Lakin, Cliff Gould, Ed Adamson, Jack Turley, Nate Monaster, Roy Baldwin, A. Martin Zweiback, Robert White, Oscar Millard, Bill Stratton, Mark Weingart, Alvin Boretz, Lionel E. Siegel, Robert Hamner, Larry Brody, Lou Shaw, Robert Lewin, Max Hodge, Don Appell, Robert I. Holt, Hindi Brooks, Edward DeBlasio, James Schmerer, Herb Bermann, Donn Mullally, John D. Hess, Sy Salkowitz, Edmund Morris, Hesper Anderson, Richard Alan Shapiro, Barney Slater, Jeff Kanter, Phyllis White

Creators

Al C. Ward, Frank Glicksman

Cast

Producers

Frank Glicksman Executive Producer
Al C. Ward Executive Producer
Al C. Ward Producer
Frank Glicksman Producer
Mel Epstein Producer
Don Brinkley Producer

Editors

Harry V. Knapp, Richard Cahoon, William B. Gulick, Jack Kampschroer, David Gill

1976 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor for a Single Appearance in a Drama or Comedy Series Nominated
1973 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Drama Nominated
1973 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series (First Year of Music's Use Only) Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Drama Nominated
1971 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Drama Won
1971 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Drama Nominated
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