Ratings & Reviews
Gage and DeSoto work their medical magic at a convention with an exasperated sniper and a choking conventioneer in this 2-part feature-length episode of Emergency! ~ Jeaniff Dorset, Rovi
Emergency!: The Convention, Part 2
Emergency!: Survival on Charter #220, Part 2
Emergency!: The Steel Inferno, Part 1
A horrible fire at an office-tower is the scene at which paramedics Gage and De Soto arrive to help with the rescue efforts in this 2-part episode of Emergency! ~ Jeaniff Dorset, Rovi
Emergency!: Greatest Rescues of Emergency!
It will be recalled that the Jack Webb-produced TV series Emergency! was originally networkcast from 1972 and 1977. Viewers may also remember that the series was headquartered at LA Ramparts hospital, where doctor Robert Fuller dispatched paramedics DeSoto (Kevin Tighe) and Gage (Randolph Mantooth) to various disasters, major and minor. Viewers may likewise remember that real-life husband and wife Bobby Troup and Julie London rounded out the cast as, respectively, doctor and nurse. For those with fuzzy memories, the made-for-TV clipfest Greatest Rescues of Emergency! will serve as a refresher. Originally telecast December 31, 1978, Greatest Rescues consists of highlights from Emergency's five-year run. Among these: rescues of air crash victims, would-be suicides, and a girl whose toe is stuck in a faucet (no, it isn't Mary Tyler Moore). Unifying these "flashbacks" are newly filmed scenes of paramedics Gage (Mantooth) and DeSoto (Tighe), recalling their careers just before both men are promoted to Fire Department captains. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Emergency!: Survival on Charter #220, Part 1
Emergency: Survival on Charter No. 220 was a special 2-part, 2-hour installment of the weekly TV series Emergency. The emphasis is on paramedics Gage (Randolph Mantooth) and DeSoto (Kevin Tighe), who spring to action when a small private plane collides with a chartered jetliner. The enormity of the disaster requires Gage and DeSoto to work in tandem with medical personnel from Ramparts Hospital, as well as a team of municipal firefighters. Those familiar with Emergency should be able to determine that from this slim plot premise will blossom a multitude of major crises and minor irritations. Survival on Charter #220 was originally telecast on March 25, 1978. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Emergency!: Most Deadly Passage
Paramedics Gage and DeSoto work to save lives when a ferry explodes in Puget Sound in this special from the Emergency! spin-off movie series. ~ Jeaniff Dorset, Rovi
Emergency!: What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing... ?
This drama was taken from the popular TV series Emergency! and chronicles the exciting experiences of two LA paramedics who are sent to San Francisco to observe the paramedics there. Mayhem and romance ensues. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Emergency!: The Steel Inferno, Part 2