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When lives are on the line, the Emergency! team is there and ready for action. Reunite with Squad 51 and the heroic staff of Rampart Hospital in all 21 gripping Season 2 episodes of the pioneering series that was the first to show the real-life drama of being an EMT. From mysterious widespread viruses to dangerous overdoses to a treacherous gas explosion, there's no crisis too tough for brave paramedics Roy DeSoto (Kevin Tighe) and John Gage (Randolph Mantooth). With their trademark wit and humor, they're always ready to race to the scene of LA's most dire situations. Along for the ride are some of TV's most popular stars, including Dick Van Patten, John Travolta (Welcome Back Kotter), Deidre Hall and many more. From legendary producer Jack Webb (Dragnet) comes the incredible second season of Emergency! - the TV show that broke new ground for all action series to come.
I really enjoy this seires. Some episodes are better then others, but you truly do not know how things are going to turn out. The characters are great and diverse.Published 22 days ago by Sarah
Second season was the best. This was a great series and a great DVD showcasing the emerging paramedic program.Published 2 months ago by Susan Kite
Love Emergency and this season 2 is as good as all the others. The vendor shipped it out quickly. I would buy from them again.Published 2 months ago by P. D. Beverleigh
Love this show! The print is really quite good considering that this is a 43 year old season... I bought the whole series, and I'm really glad I did!Published 3 months ago by Alti.
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|the complete emergency on dvd||
What is the website?
How is the viewing quality of every episode?
Dec 8, 2006 by JenniferNY | See all 2 posts
|Emergency! - Season 3||
I'm afraid it might not ever be. Universal has a horrible habit of releasing a season or two and simply dropping DVD releases. We're lucky we got 2 seasons...
Jun 18, 2006 by Jeremy Reaban | See all 9 posts
|Is the original Universal production logo on the end of these shows?||Be the first to reply|