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Model airliner given to a child recovering in hospital.
 
Model airliner given to a child recovering in hospital.
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Revision as of 17:30, 16 February 2011

Emergency! Season One opening title.

TV Series (1972-1979)

Starring:
Randolph Mantooth (John Gage)
Kevin Tighe (Roy DeSoto)
Julie London (Dixie McCall)
Bobby Troup (Joe Early)
Robert Fuller (Kelly Bracket)
Tim Donnelly (Chet Kelly)

Emergency! followed the young fire fighters/paramedics of Engine 51 within the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Season One

Boeing 727-100

From the pilot episode.

Emergency Pilot Douglas DC-10.jpg

Bell 204/205B

Used in numerous episodes of the series from 1.01 onwards.

1.01

Bell 204.
Emergency 1.01 Bell 205B.jpg

1.04

Emergency 1.04 Bell 205B 2.jpg

1.11

Bell 205B. Registration N8192J.
Bell 205B.

Cessna 182A Skylane

1.04

Registration N3781D.

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

A 'water bomber' seen in episode 1.04.

B-17G
Emergency 1.04 Water Bomber 2.jpg

Cessna 182N Skylane

1.05

Registration N9206G.
Emergency 1.05 Cessna 182N 2.jpg

Stinson V77 & Cessna 150

1.05 The old plane on the other side of the wing.

Stinson V77, Reg N9280H

Ryan Navion

1.05

Registration N4536K.
Emergency 1.05 Ryan Navion 2.jpg

Piper J-3 Cub

1.05

Emergency 1.05 Background Plane.jpg

Cessna 152

1.11 'Crash'. This is the plane crash of the title.

Emergency 1.11 Crash.jpg

Season Two

Boeing 747

Model airliner given to a child recovering in hospital.

B741 or B742


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