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Medic (TV series)

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Medic
Richard Boone Medic 1955.JPG
Richard Boone as Konrad Styner, 1955.
GenreMedical drama
Created byJames E. Moser
Directed byJohn Brahm
George M. Cahan
Bernard Girard
Worthington Miner
James E. Moser
Ralph Francis Murphy
Lonnie D'Orsa
Ted Post
Richard Wilson
StarringRichard Boone
Narrated byRichard Boone
Theme music composerVictor Young
Edward Heyman
Opening theme"Blue Star"
ComposerVictor Young
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes59 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producerWorthington Miner
ProducerFrank LaTourette
CinematographyWilliam A. Sickner
Lester Shorr
Running time30 minutes
Production companyMedic TV Productions
DistributorNBC Television Films
NBC Universal Television Distribution (current as of 2017)
Release
Original networkNBC
Picture formatBlack-and-white
Audio formatMonaural
Original releaseSeptember 13, 1954 (1954-09-13) –
August 27, 1956 (1956-08-27)

Medic is an American medical drama television series that aired on NBC from September 13, 1954, to August 27, 1956. It was television's first doctor drama to focus attention on medical procedures.

Created by its principal writer James E. Moser, Medic tried to create realism (City Hospital and The Doctor had not) which would typify subsequent medical shows. Moser had previously written for the radio shows Dragnet and Dr. Kildare.

Synopsis

Medic episodes were introduced and narrated by Richard Boone, playing Dr. Konrad Styner who sometimes also appeared in the stories. Fifty-nine segments aired from September 1954 to November 1956.

The series was introduced each week by theme music written by Victor Young. Eventually, with lyrics added by Edward Heyman, the song became popular under the title "Blue Star."

Episodes

Season Episodes First aired Last aired
1 28 September 13, 1954 (1954-09-13) June 13, 1955 (1955-06-13)
2 31 September 5, 1955 (1955-09-05) August 27, 1956 (1956-08-27)

Home media

On November 15, 2011, Timeless Media Group released Medic- The Groundbreaking Hospital Series on DVD in Region 1 for the first time.[1] The 6-disc set features 44 of the 59 episodes of the series as these are the only episodes for which Timeless was able to obtain the rights. This is believed to be due to only 44 of the prints being salvageable.[citation needed]

Guest stars

Notable guest stars included:

Awards and nominations

Year Award Result Category Recipient Notes
1955 Emmy Award Nominated Best Written Dramatic Material James E. Moser For episode "White Is the Color"
Nominated Best Television Film Editing Jodie Copelan For episode "White Is the Color"
Nominated Best Original Music Composed for TV Victor Young
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Nominated Best Individual Program of the Year
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For episode "White Is the Color"
Nominated Best Dramatic Series
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Nominated Best Actress in a Single Performance Beverly Garland
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Nominated Best Actor Starring in a Regular Series Richard Boone
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Won Best Direction of Photography Lester Shorr For episode "I Climb the Stairs"
1956 Nominated Best Producer - Film Series Frank La Tourette
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Won Best Cinematography for Television William A. Sickner For episode "Black Friday"
1957 Nominated Best Musical Contribution for Television Sidney Fine For orchestration of Victor Young's music
1956 Directors Guild of America Award Nominated Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Ted Post For episode "Mercy Wears an Apron"

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-12-10. Retrieved 2011-09-27.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

External links

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