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Quincy, M.E.: Who's Who in Neverland?

Margo Bentley is writing a book about her experiences hobnobbing with influential people worldwide. She calls her agent, worried about the advance publicity and explains that she'll check into a certain motel under the alias Barbara Miller to work on the book. Hours later, Barbara Miller lies dead, apparently a victim of alcoholic cirrhosis. Her identification is missing, so Monahan assumes she is an alcoholic prostitute. Astin does not regard the case as unusual, and releases the body to a funeral home where it is quickly cremated. Then Quincy discovers a microorganism in her blood sample that is unlike anything he has ever seen. And one of Margo's friends gives Quincy a New York telephone number that he learns belongs to Margo's literary agent, who two days earlier died of liver cirrhosis...

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x2
Production Number: 45568
Airdate: Sunday October 10th, 1976

Special Guest Stars
Monte MarkhamMonte Markham
As Harold Fredericks/Mr. Castle
Dina MerrillDina Merrill
As Claire Garner

Guest Stars
Roger BowenRoger Bowen
As Babitch (final credit with "AND")
Carol LynleyCarol Lynley
As Lynn Detweiller/Lynn Dressler
Joanna BarnesJoanna Barnes
As Margo Bentley (credited by character name)
Phyllis NewmanPhyllis Newman
As Mrs. Ellis

Co-Guest Stars
Jan ShutanJan Shutan
As Lorraine
Gloria ManonGloria Manon
As Manager
Pitt HerbertPitt Herbert
As Waterman
Kelly FlynnKelly Flynn
As Boyd
Sheilah WellsSheilah Wells
As Secretary
Fred SadoffFred Sadoff
As Arthur Ellis
Andy RomanoAndy Romano
As Derrick Kendal
Richard LibertiniRichard Libertini
As Felsenfield
Jim BolesJim Boles
As Gus
Trent DolanTrent Dolan
As Officer
Bobby RihaBobby Riha
As Clerk
Main Cast
Jack KlugmanJack Klugman
As Dr. R. Quincy
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