Quincy M.E. (1976–1983)
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Who Speaks for the Children 

When the body of a missing young girl shows up in a dumpster, Quincy's investigation takes him into the world of child molestation and pornography. Can he save the girl's sister before an insidious predator claims another victim?

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... Dr. R. Quincy, M.E.
... Lt. Frank Monahan
John S. Ragin ... Dr. Robert Asten
... Danny Tovo (credit only)
... Sam Fujiyama
Joseph Roman ... Sgt. Brill
... Lt. Alex Markesian
... Donald Thompson
... Dr. Randolph Mitzubi
... Carol Carmody
... Carlos
... Megan Carmody
Wendy Lynne ... Polly Carmody
Marc Scott Taylor ... Marc
Eddie Garrett ... Ed
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When the body of a missing young girl shows up in a dumpster, Quincy's investigation takes him into the world of child molestation and pornography. Can he save the girl's sister before an insidious predator claims another victim?

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25 February 1981 (USA)  »

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Near the end of the episode, Quincy, Lt. Markesian, and a sheriff's deputy get into a sheriff's vehicle to chase down the suspect. The car's grille is visible, and the car is a Chevrolet, but when they pull up, the grille now has the GMC logo. See more »

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Well-Done Documentation
6 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

The following episode dealt with a father raising his two children in a suitable home. The family may claim nothing has gone wrong until suspicion first struck them without warning. The one daughter was found dead in a trash dumpster -- the target of sexual molestation and incest. What the detectives did not know until later in the episode was the barrage of kiddie porn in a green shoe box. There had been doubt that one hundred to one hundred twenty photos of kiddie porn was prevalent in the home. The warning sign: the step father was taking the other girl shopping only to kidnap her and send her to a creek and exploit her severely. It was no doubt the stepfather was a cruel bastard for using her as bait for his sick example of making the other girl sexually molest her. Fortunately, Quincy and members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department rescued her from this sadistic act. Food for thought: (the late) Actor Len Wayland would have been a more sensible celebrity in playing the officer if Joseph Campanella did not portrayed the role on the show; the former would have arrested this sick bastard on second-degree murder unless he had wounded the step father first for his obscene ways of raising his children on this episode on February 25, 1981.


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