Trapper John, M.D. (1979–1986)
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San Francisco Memorial Hospital handles incoming mass casualties from a hotel fire. Chief of Surgery Trapper John McIntyre welcomes aboard an ambitious and unorthodox young surgeon, Gonzo Gates.

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Mary McCarty ...
Charles Siebert ...
Dr. Stanley Riverside II
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Gloria 'Ripples' Brancusi, R.N.
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Dr. Justin 'Jackpot' Jackson (as Brian Mitchell)
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Irving R. Ziegler
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Harriet Sternhauser
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Melanie Townsend McIntyre
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Stephen Pearlman ...
Marvin Sternhauser
Ned Wilson ...
Anesthesiologist
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Dr. Gallant
Mariko Tse ...
Feldman
Helen Baron ...
Woman in the Mink Coat
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San Francisco Memorial Hospital handles incoming mass casualties from a hotel fire. Chief of Surgery Trapper John McIntyre welcomes aboard an ambitious and unorthodox young surgeon, Gonzo Gates.

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23 September 1979 (USA)  »

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(RCA Photophone Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
Clara 'Starch' Willoughby, R. N.: [Trapper is asleep, dreaming of his days in the 4077th MASH Unit, when into the room bursts his chief nurse] Choppers! Let's go! Let's go, Trapper! On the double! Up! Up! Up! Wake up, Trapper! The choppers are dumping casualties all over us.
Trapper John McIntyre: [Mumbling, half-asleep] Oh, choppers. Hawkeye? Radar, where's Hawkeye?
Clara 'Starch' Willoughby, R. N.: Hey, that was almost thirty years ago. This isn't Korea, it's San Francisco. A hotel just blew up, gas line exploded or something. Let's go, emergency needs all the help it ...
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Amazing Grace
Composed by John Newton
Performed by Gregory Harrison
Sung in the shower.
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