Trapper John, M.D.

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  • Genre(s):Drama
  • Release year: 1979
Trapper John, M.D. was an American medical drama television series and spin-off of the film MASH (1970). Pernell Roberts portrayed the title character, a lovable surgeon who became a mentor and father figure in San Francisco, California.read more

Trapper John, M.D. was an American medical drama television series and spin-off of the film MASH (1970). Pernell Roberts portrayed the title character, a lovable surgeon who became a mentor and father figure in San Francisco, California. The show ran on CBS from September 23, 1979, to September 4, 1986. Roberts played the character more than twice as long as had Wayne Rogers (1972–75) on the TV series M*A*S*H; Roberts took over the role played by Elliott Gould in the film.

Original Release

09/23/1979 on CBS

US Release

09/23/1979

Cast

(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Game of Hearts: Part 1 Sunday, 06 October 1985
2 Game of Hearts: Part 2 Sunday, 13 October 1985
3 Hot Shot Sunday, 20 October 1985
4 Just Around the Coroner Sunday, 27 October 1985
5 Friends and Lovers Sunday, 03 November 1985
6 The Wunderkind Sunday, 10 November 1985
7 A Wheel in a Wheel Sunday, 01 December 1985
8 The Second Best Man Sunday, 15 December 1985
9 Billboard Barney Sunday, 29 December 1985
10 Going, Going, Gonzo Sunday, 05 January 1986
11 Heart and Seoul Tuesday, 28 January 1986
12 Life, Death and Dr. Christmas Tuesday, 18 February 1986
13 Judgement Day Tuesday, 04 March 1986
14 Fall of the Wild Tuesday, 11 March 1986
15 The Curmudgeon Tuesday, 18 March 1986
16 Self-Diagnosis Thursday, 14 August 1986
17 Research and Destroy Thursday, 21 August 1986
18 Strange Bedfellows Thursday, 28 August 1986
19 Elusive Butterfly Thursday, 04 September 1986
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Directors

Michael Caffey, Earl Bellamy, Bernard McEveety, Seymour Robbie, Leo Penn, Barry Crane, Joseph Pevney, Charles Siebert, Gregory Harrison, Robert Douglas, Bob Sweeney, Murray Golden, Alex March, Vincent Sherman, Michael O'Herlihy, Howard Morris, Victor Lobl, Jeff Bleckner, Marc Daniels, Ralph Senensky, Alf Kjellin, Heather Brittain O'Scanlon, Douglas E. Wise, Charles S. Dubin, Ralph Levy, Corey Allen, Walter Grauman, Arthur Allan Seidelman, Lorraine Senna, Richard A. Colla, Ivan Dixon, Jackie Cooper, Susan Oliver

Writers

Frank Glicksman, Don Brinkley, Victoria Johns, Deborah Zoe Dawson, John Whelpley, Jeff Stuart, Nancy Bond, Kimmer Ringwald, Barry Pollack, Jack Guss, Charles Larson, Robert Sonntag, Deborah Gilliland, Jeffrey Ferro, Phyllis Wapner, Gene O'Neill, Noreen Tobin, Robert Malcolm Young, Kay Bender, Milt Rosen, Betty Goldberg, Shimon Wincelberg, Robert Bielak, Kenneth Berg, Ray Brenner, James Fritzhand, Carl Sautter, Jim Rogers, Emilie R. Small, Phil Alden Robinson, John Breckfield, Greg Thorneycroft, Holly Durham, J. Miyoko Hensley, Steven Hensley, Debra Frank, Barbara Avedon, Paul Eric Myers, Judy Merl, Pamela Douglas, Eric Edson, David Hurwitz, Erik Tarloff, Robert C. Thompson, Clyde Phillips, Jim Mulligan, Lawrence H. Levy, Bruce Howard, Sharyn Abramhoff, Annie Caroline Schuler, Jack V. Fogarty, Marc Sirinsky, Sanford Minton, Jody Ann Ranney, Richard Morgan, Migdia Skarsgård Chinea, Paul Robinson Hunter, Christopher Haun, J.B. Hall, Dawn Tarnofsky, Elaine Newman, Larry Arnstein, Brad Radnitz, Martin Donovan, Jerry Ross, Stewart Moss, Paul Harrison, Oliver Clark

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