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Diagnosis Murder (1993)

Diagnosis: Murder

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The plot centered around Dr. Mark Sloan , a renowned physician who occasionally worked for the local police department as a consultant, and who could not resist a good mystery or a friend in need. Those cases often involved his son, Detective Steve Sloan . Helping him were his best friend Norman Briggs (played by Michael Tucci in seasons in 1-4), a hospital administrator who double-crosses the entire hospital, always wanting to talk Mark into something, when things don't go his way. Also assisting Dr. Sloan, were his colleagues, medical examiner/pathologist Dr. Amanda Bentley and Dr. Jack Stewart , who later left and was replaced by a new resident, Dr. Jesse Travis .

A program similar in name and theme aired on CBS from July to September 1960. Diagnosis: Unknown starred Patrick O'Neal as pathologist Daniel Coffee, who worked with the police detective, played by Chester Morris, to solve unusual cases. Martin Huston played the handyman, Link, and Phyllis Newman portrayed Doris Hudson. The program was a summer replacement for The Garry Moore Show.

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