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Emergency! Season Two

4.8 out of 5 stars 204 customer reviews

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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.

Product Details

  • Actors: Kevin Tighe, Randolph Mantooth, Julie London
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: February 7, 2006
  • Run Time: 1058 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CELOV8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,535 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Emergency! Season Two" on IMDb

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Well, no playable issues here as was/is with Season One; so far. I'm still disappointed with Universal's choice of double-sided, non-picture discs but a better choice of packaging with the slim-line cases.

Automatic 5 stars for the series, no question there. You never know when a fledgling actor (at the time) may pop up. Anybody spot John Travolta as the injured hiker?

Update: EMERGENCY FIX!
Sadly I've come to my viewing of the last episode of Season 2. Gleefully, it appears Universal has fixed the freeze-ups with nice clean transfers with very little artifactual trash; and only one Universal graphics intro. Good job Universal! Lets hope they keep em coming. We're over due for more WEBB TV, as in Season 2 of ADAM-12 and Dragnet. Sure glad to see that Season 3 of EMERGENCY is on its way!
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Emergency!, the action show about firemen/paramedics which starred Robert Fuller (formerly of Wagon Train), Julie London, Bobby Troup (author of the song ''Route 66''), Kevin Tighe and Randolph Mantooth debuted in January, 1972 and had its share of kinks. The characters were sometimes too stiff and the scripts too one-dimensional. So in Season 1, you get your share of classic episodes like ''Botulism'' (which deals with food poisoning and a race to save the victims) and ''Brushfire'' (which has some of the series' best fire scenes), but also clunkers like ''Nurses Wild'' (which wouldn't air today because of its chauvinism) and ''Weird Wednesday'' (an entertaining piece on strange things happening in one day, but a theme that wears itself out quickly).

Season 2 is much stronger and offers the following episodes:

Problem

Kids

Show Biz

Virus (one of the series' best as a deadly disease threatens the lives of both Brackett and Gage!)

Peace Pipe (one of the silliest episodes and again too politically incorrect to air today)

Saddled

Fuzz Lady

Trainee (maybe the best episode in the series as Gage and DeSoto must work with Ed Marlowe, a former Vietnam medic on an ego trip)

Women

Dinner Date

Musical Mania

Helpful

Drivers

School Days

The Professor

Syndrome

Honest

Seance

Boot

Rip-Off (an excellent piece where Johnny and Roy are accused of stealing)

Audit

As far as storylines are concerned, this is the season that introduces Captain Stanley (Mike Norell), who gradually becomes one of the stronger characters in the series.
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The good TV series are the ones that stand up over time. I think "Emergency" does this pretty well. Like many series, it ran a season or two over its useful life (after a while, they had done every kind of rescue, and the doctors had treated every kind of ailment). But this DVD, Season 2, finds the series hitting its stride. The characters interact very well, the stories are good -- just a solid action-drama, with some humor sprinkled in.

One more thing: The alert tone that preceded the dispatcher's words was the greatest single sound effect in TV history. I use it for my cell phone ring tone.
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This is a definite "must have" for any nostalgic TV enthusiast. After watching, I couldn't help but recall fond memories of Saturday nights as a kid, enduring an hour of Lawrence Welk just so I could watch Emergency. I still get goosebumps everytime I hear the theme music and the ever famous " Station 51 10-4 KMG365" The video and audio quality are excellent and I like how there is a synopsis for each episode. The content of each episode is very plausible. It's dramatic, yet realistic. A show way ahead of it's time, I feel it helped set the standard for modern day TV dramas.
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There are so many shows I loved as a kid. I have revisited many of these shows years later and found myself scratching my head in dismay that I could have EVER actually liked that!

Then you have EMERGENCY!

I was in grade school when I loved this show. I watched it religiously. Now fast forward 40 years into the future. I haven't watched EMERGENCY since the 1970's when it first came out. I have forgotten all the episodes and story lines. It's like I'm watching them all again for the first time.

I was a big fan of ER. You would think after ER with all its quality and realism, EMERGENCY, a spin-off show from ADAM 12 (Remember THAT???) wouldn't even remotely compare. That's what I thought.

Ok, granted, the show is dated. You can't get around this fact. There were no computers then, or cell phones. Digital did not exist. Everything takes longer. Even the phones are DIAL phones, not even the button variety. The cars all look like boats--it's laughable. The first season the ambulances look like white hearses. The hair styles...everyone looks like they just emerged from a hair salon--the men too. The nurses are all female with the funny paper hats, and most of them obviously wearing false eyelashes. There is no swearing. In the first season not one single person dies. The dialog is laughable in some places. And yet....

One thing that's cool about EMERGENCY--you're looking at real fires. Some of the scenes are actually quite amazing when you consider when this show was filmed. EMERGENCY simply WAS the "ER" of its day. It was the best television could offer, and in my view, ahead of its time.

By Season Two we see a bit more modern style vehicles.
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