Emergency!

Season 4 Episode 22

905-Wild

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Mar 01, 1975 on NBC
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The title refers to the code word for "wild animal loose, threatening". The show opens with Johnny and Roy on a pre-dawn call to a small grocery store for a man down, bleeding. Searching the back of the store, Johnny is confronted with a Bengal tiger! A big brush fire threatens a suburban canyon area with lots of domesticated animals and things get dicey all around for the fire department and the Animal Control guys. Rampart becomes a veterinary surgical center for a while.moreless

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    Randolph Mantooth

    Randolph Mantooth

    Firefighter John Gage

    Kevin Tighe

    Kevin Tighe

    Firefighter Roy DeSoto

    Robert Fuller

    Robert Fuller

    Kelly Brackett, M.D., F.A.C.S.

    Bobby Troup

    Bobby Troup

    Joe Early, M.D., F.A.C.S.

    Julie London

    Julie London

    Dixie McCall, R.N.

    Ron Pinkard

    Ron Pinkard

    Doctor Morton

    David Huddleston

    David Huddleston

    Barney 'Doc' Coolidge

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    Albert Popwell

    Albert Popwell

    Officer II Les Taylor

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    Mark Harmon

    Mark Harmon

    Officer Dave Gordon

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      • This was a pilot for a new show to be titled 905-Wild. It was created by Jack Webb but was never picked up as a series.

      • This episode featured the original opening titles (Season 1/2) but is extended to include images for the Animal Control characters. Each of the characters involved has their own title and they are credited as "Also Starring". The opening sequence ends with a still shot of the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Control officer's badge.

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