Ben Casey - Season 4

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ABC (ended 1966)

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Episode Guide

  • A Horse Named Stravinsky
    5/17/65
    8.6
    Casey probes the gray area between medicine and psychiatry while helping Dr. Joe Taylor, whose wife suffers from seizures.
  • From Sutter's Crick...and Beyond Farewell
    An aging charlatan is the only person who can reach a little orphan who has withdrawn into a world of silence.
  • Did Your Mother Come From Ireland, Ben Casey?
    Auto-accident victim Timothy Michael MacMurrough claims to be a leprechaun.
  • The Day They Stole County General
    4/26/65
    8.6
    In this tale, a grateful con man decides to furnish an office for Casey with equipment filched from the hospital.
  • Journeys End in Lovers Meeting
    4/19/65
    9.6
    A teacher is haunted by the premonition that his wife's intense headaches portend her death.
  • A Slave is On the Throne
    4/12/65
    9.8
    A surgeon tries to cover up a personal problem by showering affection on both his wife and his mistress.
  • Three Li'l Lambs
    Three Li'l Lambs
    Episode 25
    3/29/65
    8.2
    Casey must tailor his approach to the individual problems of each of three neurosurgeons placed in his charge.
  • Eulogy in Four Flats
    3/22/65
    8.2
    Feeling obliged to his parents, a neurosurgeon considers abandoning his specialty for a lucrative general practice.
  • Minus That Rusty Old Hacksaw
    3/15/65
    9.4
    Feeling obliged to his parents, a neurosurgeon considers abandoning his specialty for a lucrative general practice.
  • A Little Fun to Match the Sorrow
    3/8/65
    7.3
    Casey takes a dim view of a new resident physician, Dr.Green, an irrepressible clown preparing to enter neurosurgery.
  • A Dipperful of Water from a Poisoned Well
    Casey's patient is a rugged warehouseman who has worked himself to exhaustion in a vain attempt to buy his selfish family's love.
  • A Man, a Maid, and a Marionette
    2/22/65
    9.6
    Casey wades through a bewildering assortment of imagined ailments to find a young hypochondriac's real source of trouble.
  • When I am Grown to Man's Estate
    2/8/65
    9.4
    A fatherless boy is afraid that his epileptic seizures will cost him an important scholarship.
  • A Rambling Discourse on Egyptian Water Clocks
    Casey's patient is a walking encyclopedia of knowledge about almost everything except what's wrong with his marriage.
  • Every Other Minute, It's the End of the World
    A partially blind girl agrees to undergo an operation that has never been tried on humans.
  • Pas de Deux
    Pas de Deux
    Episode 16
    1/18/65
    10
    Casey risks an international incident when he spirits a Russian ballerina away from her troupe.
  • Where Does the Boomerang Go?
    1/11/65
    8.3
    An expatriate Australian veterinarian has a penchant for telling tall tales and doling out gratuitous medical advice.
  • A Boy is Standing Outside the Door
    1/4/65
    8.3
    A teenage cerebral-palsy victim is pushed toward the breaking point by his family's conflicting attitudes toward his illness.
  • This Wild, Wild, Wild Waltzing World
    12/14/64
    8.2
    A disabled woman saved from suicide is pulled from despair and self-pity by a lonely puppeteer.
  • Courage at 3 A.M.
    Courage at 3 A.M.
    Episode 12
    12/7/64
    10
    Casey orders a complete checkup for biochemist Elizabeth Willard after the young cancer researcher becomes ill. The checkup reveals that Elizabeth is suffering from cancer herself.
  • Kill the Dream, but Spare the Dreamer
    11/30/64
    9.6
    At a veterans' hospital, Casey clashes with a neurosurgeon who devotes more time to his patients' morale than to surgery.
  • A Disease of the Heart Called Love
    11/23/64
    8.8
    A middle-aged divorcée's dull life changes abruptly when she learns she's pregnant and seriously ill.
  • Money, a Horse, and a Knowledge of Latin
    Dr. Hoffman is very disappointed after seeing the esteemed Dr. Swanson in action. Feeling compromised and sickened with disgust he thinks again about his position.
  • A Thousand Words are Mute
    11/9/64
    9.8
    A 28-year-old professor struggles to recover from a stroke is hampered by her doting colleagues and her feeling of helplessness.
  • Woods Full of Question Marks
    10/26/64
    9.0
    The parents of a mute 11-year-old girl are notably absent from the scene when she is brought to the hospital for emergency treatment.
  • For Jimmy, the Best of Everything
    10/19/64
    9.6
    Jimmy Reynolds is a young ambitious doctor with a chip on his shoulder and an unusual patient on hand.
  • You Fish or You Cut Bait
    10/12/64
    9.0
    Jane Hancock's increasing influence on Casey and Dr. Rogers begins to create problems for both physicians.
  • Autumn Without Red Leaves
    10/5/64
    9.6
    Artist Eric Morgan recovers from a mild stroke in every respect but one: He's left color-blind. Casey takes Jane Hancock, his other patient, out on a dinner date.
  • But Who Shall Beat the Drums?
    9/28/64
    8.2
    After years of study, a graduate student is determined to prevent a critical illness from postponing his doctoral exams.
  • A Bird in the Solitude Singing
    9/21/64
    9.6
    An accident victim who is brilliant but cynical, and habitually drunk because of a facial birthmark.
  • August is the Month Before Christmas
    9/14/64
    8.2
    Leila Farr becomes strangely evasive about her son's medical history after an injury reveals that his blood doesn't clot normally. Also, Casey operates on a 28-year-old woman who has been in a coma for 15 years, a story that will be continued through the next four episodes.