Dr. Finlay is part of a medical practice in the fictional Scottish town of Tannochbrae during the late 1920s.

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Bill Simpson ...
 Dr. Finlay / ... (191 episodes, 1962-1971)
Andrew Cruickshank ...
 Dr. Cameron / ... (191 episodes, 1962-1971)
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 Janet MacPherson (191 episodes, 1962-1971)
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Dr. Finlay is part of a medical practice in the fictional Scottish town of Tannochbrae during the late 1920s.

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16 August 1962 (UK)  »

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Doktor Finlay  »

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(191 episodes)

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A number of guest stars also turned up in ITV 90s remake they include Ian Bannen, Joseph Brady, John Fraser, Gordon Reid, Ann Bell, Mona Bruce and Edith Mcarthur. See more »


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A Little Suite
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Composed by Trevor Duncan
Performed by The New Concert Orchestra
Conducted by Nat Nyll
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Wonderful series
8 January 2001 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

I had the good luck to see a number of episodes of this series when it aired on the CBC as a summer replacement when I first moved to Canada. It jumped out at me, as being so superior to any drama series that I had ever seen on American television at the time. The series featured a very slim cast of an elderly doctor, his young partner, the landlady in their house/surgery, and the outsider whose medical condition was the subject of that particular drama. Not unlike "All Creatures Great and Small", with a smaller, interior budget, and more articulate patients. Or, at least, as articulate as rural Scots are likely to be to the North American ear.


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