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Ben Matlock is a very expensive criminal defense attorney, who charges one hundred thousand dollars to take a case. Fortunately, he's worth every penny, as he and his associates defend his clients by finding the real killer.
Police detective Steve Sloan believes that top manager Nick Osborn has killed his boss, trust-owner Russell Cord. His father, senior hospital doctor Mark Sloan, is convinced that his long-time patient Osborn is innocent and soon discovers three other top employees of the Cord Group who also had reasons for killing their boss. Pretending to be a medical police consultant, Dr Sloan starts investigating the case himself, supported by a junior doctor and a young female pathologist. Besides, the merry old doctor saves the life of a young street urchin and takes tap-dance lessons from an old patient.Written by
Otto Oberhauser <Oberhauser@cc.univie.ac.at>
The scene where Mark Sloan (Dick van Dyke) makes a medical recognition of his patient Nick Osborn (Bill Bixby) in his office , when he takes the tension according to Mark Sloan states that Nick has 19-13 tension , that in real life is totally impossible nobody in the world can have 19-13 of tension it is no longer about the tension being high , a person if he had 19-13 of tension would be directly dead. See more »
Dr Sloan writes 'iatrogenic' on the blackboard and when he explains the meaning to his students he first points to 'genic' and says 'doctor' then he points to 'iatros' and says 'induced'. Of course it's the other way round! - no doctor practicing western medicine could ever make this mistake. See more »
[Mark, Steve and a group of officers arrive at the H.Q. of the false company]
Sgt. Steve Sloane:
Dad, I can't go in without a search warrant, and I don't have probable cause!
Dr. Mark Sloane:
[Picks up a brick]
Dr. Mark Sloane:
Besides, If I'm wrong, you can arrest me for breaking and entering!
[Mark smashes the window in the door with the brick]
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Diagnosis murder is a brilliant tv show. Dick van dyke is at his best and just gets better with his son barry at his side this show just works. Dick van dyke plays mark sloan a doctor who also works for the police, his son is a police officer and they always end up helping each other it funny and good to watch. and jack glugman who played quincy has been in to episodes one of them was really great. The only thing is when they changed the camera work but the show is brilliant i suggest you give it a go and add your diagnosis of the show.
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