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This Emmy-nominated season also features memorable guest star turns from Jessica Walters, Ed Begley Jr., Don Ameche, Michael Landon and Anne Francis. Airing on NBC from 1976 to 1983, Quincy, M.E. was the first forensic drama to regularly present the in-depth investigations which would become the hallmark of the genre.
Quincy, M.E.: Season Four
Available December 18th from Shout! Factory
Television's original Crime Scene Investigator is back! On December 18th, Jack Klugman returns as the ever-inquisitive Dr. R. Quincy in the '70s medical drama Quincy, M.E. Featuring all 23 episodes from Season Four, this six-DVD set has a suggested retail price of $39.97 and is a must-have for fans of medical dramas.
Season Four finds Quincy looking to prove a well-known celebrity is an imposter, investigating the 'accidental' death of a professional car racer, discovering mummified remains in his friend's apartment and getting critically injured while working a case. From the crime scene to the autopsy table and beyond, Quincy won't stop until justice has been served!
This Emmy-nominated season also features memorable guest star turns from Jessica Walters, Ed Begley Jr., Don Ameche, Michael Landon and Anne Francis. Airing on NBC from 1976 to 1983, Quincy, M.E. was the first forensic drama to regularly present the in-depth investigations which would become the hallmark of the genre. Fans can pre-order the set by visiting here.
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