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Author:
James Rosin
ISBN13:
978-1593934545
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1593934548
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BearManor Media (October 21, 2009)
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James Rosin has also written books on the classic TV series Wagon Train, Naked City, Route 66, Adventures in Paradise, Peyton Place, The Invaders, The Streets of San Francisco, and Quincy . He has also written and produced two sports documentaries: Philly Hoops: The SPHAS and Warriors and The Philadelphia Athletics 1901-1954 (both released be Alpha Video). When it debuted in 1976, medical and detective shows were of course plentiful, but no one had ever seen a "medical detective" series.

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Автор: Rosin James Название: Quincy . It also includes a CD which contains the images in the book for downloading and printing.

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The Television Series – E-book de James Rosin. Lisez ce livre via l'application Google Play Livres sur votre PC et vos appareils Android ou iOS. Téléchargez Quincy . The Television Series pour le lire hors connexion, mettre des passages en surbrillance, ajouter un marque-page ou prendre des notes en cours de lecture. Tune in to an in-depth look back at the long running, Emmy Award-winning television series (1976-1983) about a crusading Los Angeles County medical examiner, starring Jack Klugman.

This is a list of episodes from Quincy, . an American crime-investigation and mystery series. It was originally broadcast on NBC from October 3, 1976, to September 4, 1983. Over the eight seasons of the series, 148 episodes were produced. As of this writing, all eight seasons of this series have been released on DVD. List of Quincy, .

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A look back at the Emmy Award-winning TV series (1976-1983) with commentary from the series cast, writers, producers and directors; photos, episode summaries and biographies.
  • QUINCY, M.E.: THE TELEVISION SERIES is a concise, well-researched little book about one of the most influential television shows of all time. When it debuted in 1976, medical and detective shows were of course plentiful, but no one had ever seen a "medical detective" series. QUINCY invented a genre which was later to include PROFILER, CSI, NCIS, BONES, HOUSE and a thousand other variants, many of them huge successes in their own right. In it, Quincy (Jack Klugman) played a feisty, fiery medical examiner whose nose for details and bulldog attitude put him at odds with his boss, his co-workers, the police, city hall, and, of course, whatever bad guy happened to be up at bat that week. Using his skills as a forensic pathologist, Quincy would work murder cases from a scientific angle, but inevitably got drawn into the larger issues surrounding the tragedy. As much a show about "causes" as it was a simple mystery, QUINCY tackled everything from illegal immigration to toxic waste dumping, autism to orphan drugs, air pollution to affirmative action. There was scarcely a hot-button issue of the 70s or 80s the writers didn't attack head-on, often from the perspective of the "little guy" in need of a voice, and that voice was provided by the great (and very difficult) Klugman, whose portrayal of Quincy balanced a restless conscience with a love of all things female and a tendency to make inappropriate ethnic jokes to his long-suffering assistant, Sam Fujiyama (Robert Ito). Indeed, the people who suffered most at Quincy's hands were not the murderers and arsonists and what-not that crossed his path, but his friends restauranteur Danny Tovo (Val Bisoglio), Lt. Frank Monohan (Garry Walberg), boss Robert Asten (John S. Ragin), and Sgt. Brill (Joe Roman), who had to put up with his guff.

    QUINCY ran for eight years, and has long been one of my all-time favorite TV shows, but until I discovered this book on Amazon, I knew virtually nothing about the production itself. In what is clearly a "labor of love" book intended (obviously) for hardcore fans of the show, author James Rosen makes a terse, systematic analysis of the conflicting ideas behind the show, the methods of production, the casting, and descriptions of the episodes themselves. He discusses the conflicts that arose between Klugman and show creator Glen Larson over its direction, and the way Larson was eventually elbowed into a marginal, in-name-only role. When I read QUINCY, I was coming off the heels of an enjoyable but extremely bloated book about FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE SERIES, and felt immediate relief at the concision of James Rosin's writing style. There is not fat in this book at all, and that actually leads me to the hard part of this review, explaining why I only gave it three stars.

    QUINCY was published in 2012, twenty-nine years after "Quincy" went off the air, and by that time a large number of the people involved in the production were either dead or very old and possibly not in condition (or willing?) to give interviews about their role in it. Because of this, Rosin was clearly hampered in his quest to flesh out his material into a full-fledged book. But even with photos and an "episode recap guide" its length is a modest 208 pages, meaning that the actual "meat" is about half that size. So: just as I was settling gleefully into an "autopsy" of QUINCY, I found myself at the end, hungering for more.

    Don't mistake me. This is a well-researched and well-written work, but I read it in a few short hours and, like delicious hors d'oeuvres, all it did was leave me hungering for more. I would strongly recommend it to any serious fan of QUINCY, but I would also caution you not to expect the sort of ultra in-depth view provided for by books about, say "Star Trek." This is a fast, efficient, systematic tour of the morgue, but -- so to speak -- no chairs are provided.

  • The book is filled with "inside scoop" about the background/filming of the series. It's lots of fun to read if you've watched the series several times. The content is definitely worth 5 stars.

    What ruins it is that the formatting of the Kindle version is totally messed up. The foreword has strange page numbers in the middle of the "page". Then, each "story" seems to be prefaced with the name of the person it came from so that when it says "I", you know whose perspective it is. Well, the formatting is so messed up that it took me 2-3 reads of a few of them to realize that the name attached to the end of the last paragraph really belonged to the story that came after it.

    Other Kindle books aren't this way...the text reads like it would have on paper. Yeah, the paging is different, but it's not so bad that you don't understand the material as it was intended to be!

    5 stars for content, 0 stars for formatting. This averages to 3.

  • Jack Klugman is engaging, and Quincy is entertaining. A "must see" for any fan of this fine actor and/or who dunnits.

  • I cant get enough Quincy

  • As I loved watching the Television Series when it was on. I enjoyed the Quincy Book. Thank you for having this book.

  • If you are a Jack Klugman fan like I am, Then this book is a must!

  • Just what the doctor ordered for this series’ fans: a short book that’s long on well-documented quotes from the men and women that made this classic American television series a success. Nicely packed with rare illustrations, and including a detailed season-by-season review of all episodes. Rounded out thoroughly with the Author’s Top Thirty Episodes, a review of Production Staff, Biographical profiles, and End Notes. 224 pages.