Quincy M.E.: Season 3, Episode 12

Last of the Dinosaurs (16 Dec. 1977)

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Quincy's favorite movie star suddenly dies. While the case appears to be an open and shut natural death, Quincy soon discovers inconsistencies in not only the autopsy, but with witness ... See full summary »

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Sybil Presstin
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Quincy's favorite movie star suddenly dies. While the case appears to be an open and shut natural death, Quincy soon discovers inconsistencies in not only the autopsy, but with witness statements, leading to a conclusion of murder. Along the way, he discovers that his hero was hiding a secret from the public about his health. Written by Beeracuda

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The desk nameplate of the Deputy Coroner (played by John S. Ragin) says R.J. Astin. However, during season 8, the opening credits indicate that the character's last name is spelled Asten. See more »

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Decent but predictable.
14 April 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode of "Quincy" begins with Dr. Quincy at Danny's watching a western on TV. Quince talks and talks about how great this old-time movie star is, so you KNOW that within seconds you'll hear that the old guy is dead--which is EXACTLY what comes next!! Talk about telegraphing your plot!! For the next 40 minutes or so, Monahan accuses everyone but the guilty party (what else is new?). But, in the end, Quincy is able to piece together all the puzzle pieces and catches the murderer. Who needs cops when we've got Quincy?! Overall, a decent but VERY predictable episode. I thought I knew who the killer was only minutes into the show--and I was right. My guess is that you'll probably have the same thing happen to you. Not bad...but predictable.


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