Trapper John, M.D.

Season 3 Episode 25

The One and Only

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM May 16, 1982 on CBS
9.0
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A flower salesgirl, who works on the street, wakes up one day at the hospital. The girl is very ill yet refuses to be treated since she considers that doctors are Satan's henchmen. The estranged mother of a cult member has the girl kidnapped from the hospital.moreless

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  • This was a very special episode for me especially,because yours truly made his network acting debut.

    9.9
    I really enjoyed it--all of the performers were great. I'm dissapointed that you left out in your cast listing "co`star" Art Posey as brother Harmony. It was listed in the opening credits. Charles Siebert did an excellent job of directing. The storyline was very interesting to me because it reminded me of the types of things that were going on during that era. I recalle reading in the news about a large and then growing religious cult that wa headed by a young eastern type of mystic teachings headed by a yhoung leader then known as Reverend Sun Yung Moon. It all so real with a timely very necessary message.moreless
Charles Siebert

Charles Siebert

Dr. Stanley Riverside II

Gregory Harrison

Gregory Harrison

Dr. George Alonzo 'Gonzo' Gates

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Dr. Justin 'Jackpot' Jackson

Madge Sinclair

Madge Sinclair

Nurse Ernestine Shoop

Pernell Roberts

Pernell Roberts

John Francis Xavier McIntyre

Christopher Norris

Christopher Norris

Nurse Gloria 'Ripples' Brancusi

Salome Jens

Salome Jens

Helen

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Robin Gammell

Robin Gammell

Dugan

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Gerard Prendergast

Gerard Prendergast

Brother Bliss

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Simon Scott

Simon Scott

Arnold Slocum

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