Paul Bernard, Psychiatrist (1971–1972)

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Josephine Barrington ...
 Mrs. Patterson
Anna Cameron ...
 Mrs. Johnson
Marcia Diamond ...
 Mrs. Finley
Nuala Fitzgerald ...
 Katie Connor
Gale Garnett ...
 Mrs. Donaldson
Dawn Greenhalgh ...
 Alice Talbot
Til Hanson
Kay Hawtrey ...
 Mrs. Collins
Valerie-Jean Hume ...
 Miss Parker
Barbara Kyle ...
 Karen Lampman
Carol Lazare ...
 Mrs. Brookfield
Peggy Mahon ...
 Miss Michaels
Phyllis Marshall ...
 Connie Walker
Paisley Maxwell ...
 Mrs. Roberts
Arlene Meadows ...
 Vickie Lombard
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The series was initially popular, with viewers following Dr. Bernard's patients on a daily basis, but a CBC strike allowed viewer interest to disappear. See more »

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A great yawn...
12 September 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

My memory of this programme is not the clearest (as the show is a little old now) but I was in Canada at the time and used to try to watch this "drama" about a psychiatrist, with patient on couch, trying to help them with their troubled lives. Time after time I tried to see something redeeming in this show but couldn't, except that Chris Wiggins was in it, one whom I feel is an accomplished actor plagued all his life by poor choices of scripts.

Back to the show. Paul Bernard would lean forward, engrossed with his patient, and speak in a gentle voice as the patient (I always remember them to be "attractive" women dressed in appalling late-60s early-70s fashion) unravelled some banal problem that blackened their shallow lives. Dreadful! The programme reminds me much of very early Australian soaps and is perfect for two things: 1. curing sleep disorders and 2. breeding a new generation of homicidal maniacs. For me, the former was accomplished.


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