Doctor in Charge (1972–1973)
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A Deep Depression Centred Over St. Swithin's 

Due to Dick Stuart-Clark's incompetence a patient almost loses a healthy leg and he gets a good telling off from Sir Geoffrey. When he asks his colleagues how he is regarded they are very ... See full summary »

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Dr. Duncan Waring
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Dr. Dick Stuart-Clark
Jacquie Toye ...
Nurse
George Layton ...
Dr. Paul Collier
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Professor Sir Geoffrey Loftus
Gerald Case ...
Sir Donald
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Judy Taylor
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Mr. Bracknell
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Due to Dick Stuart-Clark's incompetence a patient almost loses a healthy leg and he gets a good telling off from Sir Geoffrey. When he asks his colleagues how he is regarded they are very honest, telling him he is a rubbish doctor and a notorious skirt chaser. He considers resigning but Sir Geoffrey wants to give him another chance, persuading Duncan and Paul to give him a confidence-boosting pep talk, though, due to a misunderstanding in terms, this almost goes wrong and when Dick eventually gets his own confidence back Sir Geoffrey is puzzled as to what actually happened. Written by don @ minifie-1

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29 September 1973 (UK)  »

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