Quincy M.E. (1976–1983)
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Snake Eyes: Part 2 

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Quincy tries to contain panicked guests in an effort to keep a mysterious illness from spreading outside of the hotel.

Director:

Joel Oliansky

Writers:

Joel Oliansky (teleplay), Michael Sloan (teleplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Klugman ... Dr. R. Quincy, M.E.
John S. Ragin John S. Ragin ... Dr. Robert Asten (credit only)
Garry Walberg ... Lt. Frank Monahan (credit only)
Val Bisoglio ... Danny Tovo
Robert Ito ... Sam Fujiyama
Joseph Roman Joseph Roman ... Sgt. Brill (credit only)
Frank Converse ... Dr. Larry Pines
Buddy Hackett ... Ronnie Fletcher
Jo Ann Pflug ... Mrs. Valerie Pines
Val Avery ... Rawley Dinehart
Milt Kamen Milt Kamen ... Assistant Manager Leo Burke
Joey Forman ... Harv Bracken (as Joey Foreman)
Lynette Mettey Lynette Mettey ... Lee (as Lynnette Mettey)
Van Johnson ... Al Ringerman
Michele Roman Michele Roman ... Angie
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Quincy tries to contain panicked guests in an effort to keep a mysterious illness from spreading outside of the hotel.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 February 1977 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

In the last half of the movie the lounge act has two bass players with the one on the left strumming and fretting it like a rhythm guitar. The sound being played is also from a rhythm guitar. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Larry Pines: No matter what you think of me, I am not a murderer.
Dr. R. Quincy, M.E.: Tell that to those seven dead people.
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Soundtracks

Dancing in the Street
(uncredited)
Written by Marvin Gaye, William Stevenson and Ivy Jo Hunter
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A very nice second part of one of the better "Quincy" episodes.
4 March 2013 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

Even though this is the second in a two-part episode of "Quincy", it apparently was shown immediately after part one--not the following week.

In part one, we find Quincy and his VERY patient girlfriend at a conference at a Lake Tahoe resort. And, since Quincy's vacations ALWAYS result in someone dying, it's not too surprising that guests of the hotel begin getting sick with some sort of fever--a fever that ends up killing several of them. By the end of part one, the guests learn what is afoot and there is widespread panic that it COULD be Legionnaire's Disease--the same killer that scared the heck out of doctors the previous year in a highly publicized outbreak. Can Dr. Quincy and his associates get to the bottom of this?

Here in part two, Quincy continues to try to determine what is killing these people. It looks like it COULD be Legionnaire's but they aren't sure AND they have no idea how it's spreading. At the same time, mobsters are trying to buy the resort. Could the mob be deliberately causing the outbreak--or just taking advantage of the situation? Or, could another sinister cause be behind all this?

Aside from a bit of macho grandstanding when Dr. Quincy confronted a mob killer and the surprise villain, this is a very well made episode--and a worthy followup to episode one. Interesting from start to finish and well worth seeing.


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