A visiting fireman causes jealousy when the paramedics take him on the rounds.
Gage is attacked by a rattlesnake during a mountain rescue.
Paramedic Gage is chosen as father to a litter of kittens.
Four paramedic units face their own emergencies when they have to share the same frequency for messages.
Paramedic DeSoto (Kevin Tighe) must decide whether or not to do an amputation on a trapped man.
At great cost to their egos, the paramedics buy a junked 1932 fire engine.
The paramedics become heirs to $1,000,000.
A major traffic pile-up on a fogbound freeway during rush hour causes problems.
Paramedic Gage, despite the help of his friends, just can't get to sleep.
Dr. Brackett tries to persuade a mother to keep her deformed baby.
Paramedics DeSoto (Kevin Tighe) and Gage (Randolph Mantooth) are accused of stealing $500 from a heart attack victim.
Peg takes Marcy on a trip to Las Vegas to get over her divorce from Steve.
Bud tries to get revenge on a girl who humiliated him years ago.
(TV-PG) Kramer finds the set of The Merv Griffin Show, and Jerry hits the toy jackpot with a girl he's dating.
Kelly gets a new job as a weather girl at a local news station.
Rebecca (Spring Byington) leads the ladies in denouncing a novel serialized in the town paper, editor Jed (Thomas Mitchell) and incognito author Theodora (Irene Dunne) playing along, in Richard Boleslawski's Theodora Goes Wild, 1936.
Doris Day and Rock Hudson give each other interference on their shared telephone line in Pillow Talk (1959).
Texas police captain Tanner (Ben Johnson) takes over the chase for ex-con Lou Jean (Goldie Hawn) and escapee husband Clovis (William Atherton), who've taken deputy Slide (Michael Sacks) hostage, aiming to get their son out of state custody, in Steven Spielberg's The Sugarland Express, 1974. ... more
Sam Wilde (Lawrence Tierney) speaks not a word in his first meeting at the Reno casino with newly divorced Helen (Claire Trevor), visited by Laury and Danny (Isabel Jewell, Tony Barrett) early in Born To Kill, 1947.
New York City cops wage a war against assorted hoods and criminals after one of their own is brutally killed by a hoodlum in The Seven Ups (1973) starring Roy Scheider and Tony LoBianco, edited by Jerry Greenberg.
Director Hal Ashby working in the dark, co-writer and producer Warren Beatty and Lee Grant (in her academy award-winning role) his subjects, in the famous opening to Shampoo, 1975, also starring Julie Christie and Goldie Hawn.
Innocent Hargrove (Robert Walker) thinks Mulvehill and Esty (Keenan Wynn, George Offerman) have sold him a date with Carol (Donna Reed), whose father (Robert Benchley) takes pity, in See Here, Private Hargrove, 1944.
At bedtime, Jody (Claude Jarman Jr.) shrewdly lobbying dad Penny (Gregory Peck) for a pet, mother Orry (Jane Wyman) less sympathetic, her own trauma soon revealed, in The Yearling, 1947, from Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' novel.
Weir (Laurence Olivier) addresses his class, including Sarah Miles (as 'Shirley') and Terence Stamp (as 'Mitchell), both making their screen debut, early in Peter Glenville's Term Of Trial, 1963, from a novel by James Barlow.
A hard-living dockworker (Dennis Morgan) finds religion until his brother is murdered on the Waterfront (1939).
In 1915, two friends trek from Perth across the desert to enlist in the army, and one dies at Gallipoli (1981) starring Mel Gibson, directed by Peter Weir.
Called away from another tryst elsewhere in LA, November 1968, hair stylist George (co-writer and producer Warren Beatty) visits needy Jill (Goldie Hawn, her first scene) at her Laurel Canyon pad, in director Hal Ashby's Shampoo, 1975.
First appearance of wicked schoolmaster Squeers (Alfred Drayton) cutting a deal with Snawley (Arthur Brander) then meeting Uncle Ralph (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) and the title character (Derek Bond) in Nicholas Nickleby, 1947, from Ealing Studios.
Every-straying wife Ann (Harriet Andersson) surprises husband Charles (James Mason) with the appearance of Austrian friend Dieter (Maximilian Schell), in Sidney Lumet's The Deadly Affair, 1967, from a John Le Carre novel.
After a comical east Texas chase, it seems Lou Jean (Goldie Hawn) and husband Clovis (William Atherton), whom she's sprung from prison, have crashed their stolen car, their pursuer deputy Slide (Michael Sacks) trying to follow procedure, in Steven Spielberg's The Sugarland Express, 1974.
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