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  1. #11
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    Default Re: quincey

    It is on quite often. I like the opening titles when they all keel over in the mortuary, and how he still manages to woo beautiful women even though he's old. It's true though. Same story every time and at some point he always loses his temper lol.
    1976 Vintage

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    I remember sitting in bed and the TV being on downstairs in the living room. I recall it being shown at 9.00pm on Thames Television, so my recollection of it is the Quincy theme tune being preceded by the Thames theme.

    I have never really watched an episode of this from beginning to end, though.

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    It was a good show and it's on dvd

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    I loved watching Quincy they do get repetative after such a long time but he was a popular actor.I loved watching Columbo too.But all good things you watch and watch.I liked kojak but not catched many repeats.I have loads of all on dvd anyway.

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    Default Re: quincey

    Think about the kids,man! Think about the kids!
    Quincy, must of seen every episope...

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    Quincy ran from 1976 until 1983.

    there where 1 hundred and 48 episodes which lasted an hour.
    Here are the cast the characters they play and how many episodes they where in.
    the show was about a coroner who investigated suspicious deaths.

    Jack Klugman Dr. R. Quincy, M.E. 148 episodes, 1976 1983
    John S. Ragin Dr. Robert Asten 148 episodes, 1976 1983)
    Robert Ito Sam Fujiyama 148 episodes, 1976 1983
    Garry Walberg Lt. Frank Monahan 146 episodes, 1976 1983
    Joseph Roman Sgt. Brill 146 episodes, 1976 1983
    Val Bisoglio Danny Tovo 139 episodes, 1976 1983
    Eddie Garrett Ed 110 episodes, 1976 1983
    John Nolan Bartender 84 episodes, 1977 1983

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    His character must have been one of the least unsympathetic sympathetic character ever on TV. He was old, ugly, bad-tempered and devoid of any charm. PS. He's since snuffed it.

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    but really did enjoy the show he may have shouted but it was because he was passionate about what he believed to be right and he normally was right.
    FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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    Quincy is still being shown in the UK on terrestrial broadcasting channel itv4 most afternoons save for live events(snooker and horse racing is periodically shown), currently as of this writing it is up to series 5 but once all episodes are shown there is a break of a few weeks before the series starts again.

    I still watch it most afternoons even though I have watched most of the episodes with just a few missing from my watching enjoyment(I can catch up with these anytime).

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    The late Jack Klugman was Quincy - he died on Christmas Eve in 2012 aged 90.
    I am now in my 40s (just in case anyone asks).

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