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The New Temperatures Rising Show 

Temperatures Rising (original title)
Set at the Capital General Hospital in Washington D.C., follows the adventures of the no-nonsense chief of surgery Dr. Vincent Campanelli and his all-nonsense staff.
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1974   1973   1972  

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 Dr. Jerry Noland (46 episodes, 1972-1974)
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 Student Nurse Ellen Turner / ... (33 episodes, 1972-1974)
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 Nurse Annie Carlisle (26 episodes, 1972-1973)
Reva Rose ...
 Nurse Mildred MacInerny (26 episodes, 1972-1973)
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 Dr. Vincent Campanelli (26 episodes, 1972-1973)
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 Dr. Paul Mercy (20 episodes, 1973-1974)
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Set at the Capital General Hospital in Washington D.C., follows the adventures of the no-nonsense chief of surgery Dr. Vincent Campanelli and his all-nonsense staff.

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12 September 1972 (USA)  »

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The New Temperatures Rising Show  »

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(46 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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At the end of the first season, the kindly doctor with the gentle sense of humor played by James Whitmore, was replace by an uptight administrator with a mother complex played by Paul Lynde. See more »

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Dr. Vincent Campanelli: (to Dr. Noland) What's next, Doctor? A wheelchair slalom on the ambulance ramp?
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Amen to that brother...Nancy Fox STOLE the show.
3 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I was little, I could remember very few things at the age of seven on television except Captain Kangaroo. However, lightening had struck the night I first saw Nancy Fox on ABC's "Temperature's Rising". She was my FIRST childhood crush. I can remember seeing her in TV Guide, and when my dad threw the magazine in the garbage, I had lost my soul-mate and my whole world was in a mess.

The only reason that I am giving this TV show a perfect "10" is because of Nancy's presence on the sitcom. I remember she played a gorgeous, dim-witted student nurse, Ellen Turner. After the show went off the air, I searched and searched for Nancy, but I couldn't find her on TV. She was such a goddess, and I'm sure she still is, and had a sultry, perky voice with fabulous curves. For years I thought she had played "Vera" on the popular CBS TV show, "Alice", but it was a different actress, Beth Howland. Nancy did appear on episodes of "Charlie's Angels" and was a childhood friend of Jaclyn Smith.

In case you should happen to come across this writing, Nancy, I guess the world wants to know how you're doing these days??? You should have a website and photos on the Internet. We, who miss you, bow in prayer and say, "Hail, Nancy!"


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