Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969–1976)
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We'll Walk Out of Here Together 

A young college student who has become a paraplegic from spinal meningitis alternates between confidence and despair until she falls in love with a fellow rehab patient who used to be a truck driver in Colorado.

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Renee Wilson
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A young college student who has become a paraplegic from spinal meningitis alternates between confidence and despair until she falls in love with a fellow rehab patient who used to be a truck driver in Colorado.

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26 September 1972 (USA)  »

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This episode scared me to death...
17 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

partially because I've always been a hypochondriac and partially I've always felt if something bad could happen, it would happen to me.

A college student is studying to become a writer when she begins to feel ill, and at first thinks it is the flu. Later she is diagnosed as having spinal meningitis and is paralyzed from the waist down as a result. I didn't remember the romance part in the plot, I guess because I was horrified that there was a contagious disease hanging about even in the 1970s that could put you in a wheelchair. As a teen I thought the days of worrying about that were over with the polio vaccine in the 1950s. From what I remember, Sian Barbara Allan, as the paralyzed girl, is understandably quite bitter about her fate during the first part of the episode. She was in quite a few TV episodes as guest stars and then seemed to disappear from acting after 1980. If you ever get a chance, I'd advise watching this one, but it will be hard to find since Season four of Marcus Welby is not on DVD and this aired before the VHS era.


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