St. Elsewhere

Season 2 Episode 4

Qui Transtulit Sustinet

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Aired Unknown Nov 16, 1983 on NBC
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Qui Transtulit Sustinet
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Dr. Craig performs the transplant amidst a publicity barrage; Morrison tries to adjust to his loss; Luther and Fiscus split an investment in silver futures; and Rosenthal counsels a group on breast cancer.

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    Christina Pickles

    Christina Pickles

    Nurse Helen Rosenthal

    Terence Knox

    Terence Knox

    Dr. Peter White (1982-1985)

    Ed Begley Jr.

    Ed Begley Jr.

    Dr. Victor Ehrlich

    Mark Harmon

    Mark Harmon

    Dr. Robert "Bobby" Caldwell [ season 2-4 ]

    Cynthia Sikes

    Cynthia Sikes

    Dr. Annie Cavanero (1982-1985)

    Stephen Furst

    Stephen Furst

    Dr. Elliot Axelrod (1983-1988)

    Jeanetta Arnette

    Jeanetta Arnette

    Louise Garrison

    Guest Star

    Peggy McCay

    Peggy McCay

    Claire Fields

    Guest Star

    Michael Bond

    Michael Bond

    Dr. Byerly

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    Marian Mercer

    Marian Mercer

    Eve Leighton

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    Sagan Lewis

    Sagan Lewis

    Jackie

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      • I made a mistake, the list was "MOST" memorable TV moments and I would like to edit myslef...

        The ending sequence of this episode of Dr. Jack Morrison (David Morse) listening to the beating heart of his dead wife was named #88 on TV Guide / TV Lands list of "100 Most Memorable TV Moments" in December of 2004.

      • The ending sequence of this episode of Jack Morrison listening to the beating heart of his dead wife was named number 88 on TV Guide / TV Lands list of 100 Memorable TV Momets in December of 2004

      • This episode ends with Jack Morrison pressing his ear against Eve Leighton's chest, listening to the beating heart of his dead wife, Nina. This was a tremendously moving sequence which was also used (to much greater notoriety) on ABC's daytime soap "General Hospital" 10 years later.

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