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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Doc' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Doc':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

August 16, 1975: Doc
Season 1, episode 1
W: David Lloyd   D: Howard Storm

With Herbie Faye (Ben Goldman).
Barnard Hughes stars in the title role as an old-fashioned New York neighborhood general practitioner. Pilot for the fall series.

September 13, 1975: Get Me To The Church
Season 1, episode 2
W: David Lloyd   D: Joan Darling

With Warren Berlinger (Ferraro), Bert Remsen (Father Murphy).
Annie and the local parish priest conspire to use one of the devil's tools -- poker -- to reawaken Doc Bogart's religious interest.

September 20, 1975: The Other Woman
Season 1, episode 3
W: David Lloyd   D: David Lloyd

With Janis Paige.
An attractive widow in her late 40's makes a play for Doc.

September 27, 1975: Upstairs, Downstairs
Season 1, episode 4
W: David Lloyd   D: Joan Darling

Doc's "overhead" problems increase tremendously when he's forced to rent his upstairs apartment to his not-so-favorite son-in-law.

October 4, 1975: Quartet
Season 1, episode 5
W: Earl Pomerantz   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Stanley Brock (Smiley), Jay Robinson (Hollister), Richard A. Dysart (Helpman).
Doc "operates" on a cello when he joins a doctors' string quartet to participate in a church benefit program produced by his wife.

October 11, 1975: Not My Bag
Season 1, episode 6
W: Burt Styler, Adele Styler   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Elliott Reid (Price), Al Molinaro (Pete), Irwin Corey (Happy).
Doc is convinced his mind is beginning to slip and prescribes a new image for himself -- starting with a new alligator skin medical bag.

October 18, 1975: Doc vs. Dog
Season 1, episode 7
W: Phil Davis   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Rod Colbin (Chapman), Herb Voland (Judge), Phil Leeds (Mr. Harris), Jack Fletcher (Dr. Welch).
Doc is sued by the owner of a show dog that Doc disfigured when he stitched his paw.

October 25, 1975: A Thief For All Seasons
Season 1, episode 8
W: Bruce Kane   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Carmine Caridi (Burglar), Herbie Faye (Goldman).
A sick burglar pays an unscheduled house call on Doc and gets treated for a gall bladder problem.

November 1, 1975: Fred's Wild Oats
Season 1, episode 9
W: David Lloyd   D: Bob Lally

Doc harvests a peck of trouble when his son-in-law parlays a new toupee into a new self image.

November 8, 1975: Doc Heal Thyself
Season 1, episode 10
W: Glen Charles, Les Charles   D: Joan Darling

With Merie Earle (Miss Sykes), Herbie Faye (Goldman), Richard Masur (Dr. Kramer), Jenny Hill (Miss Thompson).
Doc is felled by a mysterious malady and a super-efficient lady doctor takes over his Westside Clinic practice.

November 15, 1975: Benson Hedges
Season 1, episode 11
W: Glen Charles, Les Charles   D: Joan Darling

With Dick O'Neill (Benson Hedges).
Doc is forced to treat a "love bug virus" when an amorous widower makes a play for Nurse Tully.

November 29, 1975: Operation Goldman
Season 1, episode 12
W: Dennis Klein   D: Howard Storm

With Herbie Faye (Ben Goldman), Bella Bruck.
Mr. Goldman refuses to submit to surgery by a stranger, and Doc is forced to overcome his own fears in order to help his friend.

December 6, 1975: My Son, The Doctor
Season 1, episode 13
W: Tony Webster   D: Howard Storm

With Fred Grandy (Chuck Bogert).
Medical practice makes perfect joy for Doc when his son, Chuck, hangs out his shingle with his father.

December 13, 1975: The Rivalry
Season 1, episode 14
W: Bob Illes, James R. Stein   D: Jeff Bleckner

Doc's grandson sparks a rivalry between Doc and his son-in law Fred over their respective professions.

December 20, 1975: Facts Of Life
Season 1, episode 15
W: Seth Freeman   D: Tony Mordente

With Moosie Drier (Fred Jr.).
Doc's son-in-law, struck dumb when his 10-year-old son asks about the facts of life, turns to Doc for help.

January 3, 1976: And Baby Makes Eight
Season 1, episode 16
W: Tony Webster   D: Dennis Steinmetz

With Scoey Mitchell (The Father).
A irate father-to-be, whose wife is about to give multiple birth, informs Doc that he can afford only one baby, and threatens that any babies after the first one belong to Doc.

January 10, 1976: A Little Bit Of Soap
Season 1, episode 17
W: Dennis Klein   D: Martin Cohan

With Ron Rifkin (Gary), John Ritter (Jeff / George), Edward Winter.
Doc is asked to be a medical consultant on a TV soap opera. He reluctantly accepts the assignment, then learns he has to pick a disease so that a member of the cast can be written out of the show as having "died".

January 17, 1976: Greatest Expectations
Season 1, episode 18
W: Jack Mendelsohn, George Burditt   D: Howard Storm

With Robert Mandan (Fitzgibbons), Irene Tedrow (Vivian McLean), Herbie Faye (Goldman), Joseph Medalis (Jim).
Doc loses a patient but gains a fortune when a departed lady leaves him $240,000 in her will. However, the rest of the heirs contest the will.

January 24, 1976: Nurse Annie
Season 1, episode 19
W: Roy Kammerman   D: Mel Shapiro

With Irwin Corey (Happy Miller).
Doc's wife Annie climbs back into medical harness, with disastrous results, when she takes over Nurse Tully's duties for a day.

January 31, 1976: A Quiet Anniversary
Season 1, episode 20
W: David Lloyd   D: Howard Storm

With Fred Grandy (Chuck), Linda Kelsey (Gwen), Barbara Cason (Mrs. Wagstaff).
Doc Bogart's plans for a quiet 35th wedding anniversary turn into a riot of family fun when Annie arranges the party.

February 7, 1976: Oldies But Goodies
Season 1, episode 21
W: Seth Freeman   D: Howard Storm

With Jack Gilford (Mr. Kramer), Gwynne Gilford (Ellen Kramer), Steve Franken (Harvey Kramer).
Doc tries to persuade an elderly friend to enter a retirement home.

February 14, 1976: Death Of A Turtle
Season 1, episode 22
W: Tony Webster   D: Howard Storm

With Matthew Labyorteaux (David), Herbie Faye (Goldman), Percy Rodrigues (Walters).
Doc's 9-year-old grandson charges him with the death of his pet turtle.

February 21, 1976: My Son The Father
Season 1, episode 23
W: Jack Mendelsohn, George Burditt   D: Howard Storm

With Steve Martin (Brian Bogart), Bert Remsen (Father Murphy), Colleen Camp (Kathy).
The Bogarts are laughing on the outside but crying on the inside when their son decides to give up the priesthood for a career as a stand-up comic.

February 28, 1976: All Work And No Pay
Season 1, episode 24
W: Norman Barasch, Carroll Moore   D: Bob Claver

With Larry Haines (Alvin Tucker), Sharon Farrell (Marilyn Tucker), Irwin Corey (Happy), Jason Johnson (Platt), Ann Weldon (Mrs. Carter).
Doc entertains an old colleague from his hospital staff days and learns that success isn't always measured in dollars or the lack of them.





September 18, 1976: Doc
Season 2, episode 1
W: Seth Freeman   D: Bob Lally

Doc starts again as the only doctor at a free clinic.

September 25, 1976: Carry On Nurse, Please
Season 2, episode 2
W: Laurence Marks, Martin Cohan

With Wynn Irwin (Broderick), Rhoda Gemignani (Mrs. Gerber), Audra Lindley (Janet Scott), David Ogden Stiers (Stanley Moss), Ray Vitte (Woody Henderson), Lisa Mordente (Teresa Ortega).
The second season starts with Doc Bogert in a new environment. He's the only resident physician of New York's Westside Community Clinic, where he sees a cross section of low-income free-clinic patients with a variety of ailments. In the first show, he has a run-in with clinic director Stanley Moss.

October 2, 1976: Come Scrub With Me
Season 2, episode 3
W: Ed Jurist, Thad Mumford, Wayne Kline   D: Tony Mordente

With William Windom (Dr. Pike), Audra Lindley (Janet Scott), David Ogden Stiers (Stanley Moss), Ray Vitte (Woody Henderson), Lisa Mordente (Teresa Ortega), Sandra Gallardo (Mrs. Morales), Priscilla Pointer (Marge Pike).
A colleague offers Doc a partnership in a lucrative private practice.

October 9, 1976: EKG And Vote For Me
Season 2, episode 4
W: Howard Albrecht, Sol Weinstein   D: Russ Petranto

With Audra Lindley (Janet Scott), David Ogden Stiers (Stanley Moss), Ray Vitte (Woody Henderson), Lisa Mordente (Teresa Ortega).
Mixing politics and medicine for a television documentary is almost more than Doc can take.

October 16, 1976: Mama Doc
Season 2, episode 5
W: Ed Jurist

With Audra Lindley (Janet Scott), David Ogden Stiers (Stanley Moss), Ray Vitte (Woody Henderson), Lisa Mordente (Teresa Ortega).

October 30, 1976: The Westside Clinic And Deli
Season 2, episode 6
W: Tom Reeder   D: Bob Lally

With Alan Haufrect (Brewster), Richard Stahl (Nagle), Audra Lindley (Janet Scott), David Ogden Stiers (Stanley Moss), Ray Vitte (Woody Henderson), Lisa Mordente (Teresa Ortega), Sandy Sprung (Mrs. Milford).
A slip up regarding the lease may mean the end of the Westside Clinic. It could be replaced by a deli.


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