Medic (1954–1956)
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I Climb the Stairs 

After collapsing on stairs, winsome young Annie is discovered to have a heart condition. Now doctors must operate to save her, but can they after her heart stops.

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Sally Brophy ...
Annie Schrader (as Sallie Brophy)
Robert Nichols ...
Bert
Mack Williams ...
Dr. Parrish
Roy Regnier ...
Mr. Donley
Gregory C. Murray ...
(as Gregory C. Murray M.D.)
Martin S. Goldfarb ...
(as Martin S. Goldfarb M.D.)
Nino S. Crisafulli ...
(as Nino S. Crisafulli M.D.)
Alice Flores ...
(as Alice Flores R.N.)
Ethel F. Sumner ...
(as Ethel F. Sumner R.N.)
Rosemary Chamberlain ...
(as Rosemary Chamberlain R.N.)
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After collapsing on stairs, winsome young Annie is discovered to have a heart condition. Now doctors must operate to save her, but can they after her heart stops.

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27 September 1954 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The Heart is more than a Physical Organ
15 August 2014 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Actress Sallie Brophie shines in the title role, making Annie's (Brophie) recovery from a heart condition of special concern. That early scene of her struggling to ascend the staircase to a concert hall where the strains of a Schubert symphony are playing is a darn-near ethereal experience, highly unusual for TV. A heart operation is dramatic by nature, so we're riveted to the compelling developments, especially when her heart stops. There's also a revealing diagram of how the heart works for the curious. On the whole, the entry's unusual for its use of young Annie's love of classical music, a feature not much seen then or now.


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