In this early example of police-based reality TV hosted by William Shatner, we are treated to reenactments of real-life 911 rescues. Recordings of the actual calls, interspersed with interviews with the paramedics and other rescue workers, provide a vivid look at the life-or-death dramas that occur every day. Written by
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The show's initial airings took place in an hour-long block, usually with 4 stores that lasted about 15 minutes each. However, occasionally there would be longer stores that took up multiple portions of the hour long block. See more
The end of the credits features a "Arnold Shapiro Productions" bumper that has a comical "Mr. Shapiro, step out of the car please" voice over, as if he is being arrested. See more
Referenced in Firehouse Dog