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Marina Orsini ...
 Dr. Michele Imbeault
Nathalie Gascon ...
 Dr. Claire Alarie
Maka Kotto
Serge Postigo ...
 Dr. Daniel Trudeau
Michel Dumont ...
 Dr. Yves Perras
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Lawrence Arcouette ...
Jacqueline Barrette ...
 (1996)
Geneviève Brouillette ...
 Beatrice (1996)
Pierre Chagnon ...
 Dr. Sénécal (1996-1997)
...
 Alex Lafleur (1997)
Angèle Coutu ...
 Josette Menard (1996)
Maxime Desbiens-Tremblay ...
(as Maxime Desbiens Tremblay)
Yves Desgagnés ...
 Taschereau
Louise Deslières ...
 Johanne
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 Josianne Villeneuve
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Why dubbed?
28 March 2005 | by (Berkeley, CA, USA) – See all my reviews

In 2005, I came across an episode of this French-Canadian TV series playing on a San Francisco area PBS station under the title "Emergency Call: Hospital Code 66." The bad news: it had been dubbed (very badly) into English! If the performances had any verve or personality, the dubbing certainly obscured it. If the US importers of the show are aiming at a PBS market, do they really think the viewers would prefer dubbing over subtitles?

As for the show itself, it's pretty much a generic hospital drama. The setting is Montreal. Since "ER" debuted in the US in 1994, and "Urgence" began in Canada in 1996, it's not hard to postulate a bit of Canadian copycatting.


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