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Stay tuned for more information about the television series that we all know and love on this subset of The Quincy Examiner, Online Home to Fans of Quincy M.E.

If you were looking for more information about the most up-to-date and complete compendium on the Quincy, ME television series then be sure to check out our QME Episode section of this site. It replaces the QME Episode Bible (beta edition) which was the forerunner of this site and has replaced options and entries that needed additional updating. Now, this site will become part of the most up-to-the-minute resources on the Universal Studios television series of the mid-'70s through the early 1980s.   


"Quincy, M.E." is the name of a popular television program that ran on NBC from 1976 to 1983. "Quincy M.E." starred Jack Klugman, Robert Ito, John Ragin, and Garry Walberg as Quincy, Sam, Astin, and Police Lt. Monahan respectively).

Each week for seven seasons, these characters were shown solving murders and mystery whodunnits in the county as they kept the Los Angeles Coroner's Office quite busy determining the dubious cause of death for each victim per episode.

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Ponch's Firebird is pretty hot in "Down Time".

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Phil Bondelli was born December 10, 1927 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the director for 22 episodes (more than 15%) throughout all six seasons of "CHiPs". He started out as an assistant director on The Mod Squad and quickly made his way to the director's chair. In addition to "CHiPs", he directed several well known television shows, including The Six Million Dollar Man, Charlie's Angels, Fantasy Island, and T.J. Hooker.

Phil passed away on January 31, 2011 in Mesa, Arizona at age 83. [More...]

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