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Emergency season 3.rtf
Season 2 fix
Well Here it is, Season 3 in all it’s glory. This Torrent includes episode 17 from season 2 that was not working right in my last torrent.
A little Info for those of you Who did not know these fun facts:
1.Julie London [AKA; Dixie McCall, R.N.] and Bobby Troup [Joe Early, M.D., F.A.C.S.] Were married while filming the show. Bobby Troup was Julie London second husband, Her first husband was Jack Webb.
2.Unlike most of the other characters on Emergency, Mike Stoker was a real LA County Firefighter. One of the rules the producers were faced with when they decided to file the series was that a real firefighter had to drive the apparatus. Mike Stoker was chosen for the job, and the producers of the show named his character after him.
Prior to Emergency, Mike did some Commercials and Modeling. Often during the the peak of fire season, Mike would leave the set and head back to his "Real Station" to assist in his firefighting duties which is why you do not see him in more scenes on the show.
3.Emergency fans will remember Captain Hammer from the first season of Emergency.
Dick Hammer is credited with playing only one role in his short career, the role of Captain Dick Hammer in the television show Emergency!
A real life firefighter from the Los Angeles County Fire Department, he sometimes acted as technical advisor on the show as well, along with fellow firefighter/Actor Mike Stoker.
Hammer died in his home October 18, 1999 from natural causes.
From The Web:
More medical drama and firefighting adventures await the Emergency! fan in this multi-disc set, which compiles all 22 episodes of the action series' 1973-74 season. Story-wise, there's not much change at either Rescue Squad 51's headquarters, which housed Roy DeSoto (Randolph Mantooth) and John Gage (Kevin Tighe), or at Rampart Hospital (home to doctors Robert Fuller and Bobby Troup and head nurse Julie London), though Roy must decide whether to become an engineer or stay with the paramedics in "The Promotion" (Episode 7), and Troup's Dr. Joe Early discovers he has a heart condition in "The Hard Hours" (Episode 19). But story arcs and character change wasn't the fuel that drove Emergency!; it was the rescues, and naturally, there are plenty to be found here, from a motorcycle gang war (season opener "Frequency"), a rocker in a diabetic coma (Episode 4, "An English Visitor") and a singer who suffers a heart attack (Episode 12, "Body Language") to a footballer (Dick Butkus) who is tackled too roughly by his own son ("The Hard Hours") and a magician who locks himself in a safe (Episode 14, "Computer Error"). Guest stars rescued and treated by the regulars this season include a youthful Nick Nolte, Mariette Hartley, Happy Days' Donny Most, and '60s heartthrob Bobby Sherman. Unfortunately, as with previous Emergency! DVD releases, there are no extras, though the episodes are spread across five single-sided discs rather than on double-sided discs.