A Japanese-American doctor discovers that his pregnant Japanese-born wife, who he thought was from Tokyo, was actually from Nagasaki and was in that city when the atomic bomb was dropped there at the...
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Efrem Zimbalist Jr.,
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The story of a young intern in a large metropolitan hospital trying to learn his profession, deal with the problems of his patients, and win the respect of the senior doctor in his specialty, internal medicine.Written by
I used to watch this show (along with Ben Casey show) which was on around the same era, and loved them. This was in the 1960's. I watched
Dr. Kildare every week starring Richard Chamberlain. It was a must for me. And Raymond Massey, as Dr. Gillespie was really the best actor in the series. I always thought Richard Chamberlain was a good actor and his career has gone well through the years. But as far as I am concerned, I liked him best as Dr Kildare. Why did they never bring out some episodes of Dr. Kildare on DVD or VHS?There must be lots of us still around who were young in the 60's who would buy them.
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