Trapper John, MD
|German title||Trapper John, MD
Chief Medical Officer Trapper John
|Original title||Trapper John, MD|
|Country of production||United States|
|Year (s)||1979 to 1986|
|Episodes||151 in 7 seasons|
Frank Glicksman ,
Don Brinkley ,
Deborah Zoe Dawson ,
John Carl Parker ,
|First broadcast||September 23, 1979 (USA) on CBS|
|June 22, 1989 on Sat.1|
Trapper John, MD (German also: Chief Doctor Trapper John ) is an American hospital series that was broadcast from September 23, 1979 to September 4, 1986 in the USA on the CBS station.
A total of 151 episodes were shot in seven seasons. This series is an offshoot of the movie MASH or the television series of the same name , as the protagonist John McIntyre once served in the Korean War in MASH 4077. However, in all three cases the character was portrayed by a different actor.
Dr. John McIntyre, known as Trapper, is the chief physician at San Francisco Memorial Hospital . He once served in a field hospital during the Korean War (see MASH ), and his nickname comes from this time . His closest colleague and best friend is Dr. George Alonzo Gates, called Gonzo. With the support of numerous doctors and nurses , they have to master many dramatic, but also humorous situations.
Cast and dubbing
|actor||Role name||Period||Voice actor|
|Pernell Roberts||Dr. John "Trapper" McIntyre||Episode 1.1–7.19||Erik Schumann|
|Gregory Harrison||Dr. George Alonzo "Gonzo" Gates||Episode 1.1–7.10||Stephan Hoffmann|
|Brian Stokes Mitchell||Dr. "Jackpot" Jackson||Episode 1.1–7.19||Marcus Off|
|Charles Siebert||Dr. Stanley Riverside II||Episode 1.1–7.19||Tonio von der Meden|
|Christopher Norris||Sister Gloria "Ripples" Brancusi||Episode 1.1–6.23||Gundula Liebisch|
|Mary McCarty||Sister Clara "Starch" Willoughby||Episode 1.1-1.22|
|Madge Sinclair||Sister Ernestine "Ernie" Shoop||Episode 2.1–7.19||Ingrid Capelle|
|Timothy Busfield||Dr. John "JT" McIntyre||Episode 6.2–7.19||Axel Malzacher|
The series was nominated for an Emmy six times .
In 1989, Sat.1 was the first German TV station to broadcast the series almost completely. Only the 135th episode was missing. This episode ( The Wunderkind ) is about a doctor who is suspected of being a Nazi guilty of the deaths of several hundred people.
- Trapper John, MD in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Trapper John, MD at Fernsehserien.de
- ^ Trapper John, MD . German dubbing files . Retrieved February 11, 2019.