Marcus Welby, M.D. Season 6

Season 6

Marcus Welby, M.D. Season 6

First Air Date: September 10, 1974

First Aired on    :   1974
Episodes    :   24 episodes



Episodes

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6x24 Loser in a Dead Heat (March 11, 1975)


Constant arguments between her parents because of her father's compulsive gambling, cause a girl to suffer from hyperventilation, a condition in which the subject's intake of oxygen is excessive.


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6x23 Dark Corridors (March 04, 1975)



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6x22 The Unindicted Wife (February 25, 1975)



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6x21 Save the Last Dance For Me (February 18, 1975)



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6x20 Jake's Okay (February 11, 1975)



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6x19 Four-Plus Hot (February 04, 1975)



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6x18 The Time Bomb (January 28, 1975)


Dr. Welby has serious self-doubts when a young woman develops a cancerous condition, and blames him because of treatments he had recommended when she was a child.


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6x17 Public Streets (January 21, 1975)



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6x16 Dark Fury (2) (January 14, 1975)


After Susan Davis has been molested by her ex-boyfriend, who has constantly harassed her, Kiley tries to find him. After an accident occurs in which the attacker almost dies, Kiley is subsequently charged with malpractice.


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6x15 Dark Fury (1) (January 07, 1975)


Dr. Kiley takes Susan Davis out to dinner to celebrate the first annivesary of her operation. When Kiley takes her home, he leaves, but then he hears her scream. At length he succeeds in battering down her door, and finds that she has been sexually violated by her ex-boyfriend, Wayne Trent. Kiley takes Susan to the hospital. Later, he goes after Trent, who in attempting to flee, is seriously injured when his car crashes into a concrete pillar.


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6x14 The Resident (December 17, 1974)



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6x13 The 266 Days (December 10, 1974)



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6x12 Child of Silence (December 03, 1974)



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6x11 The Last Rip-Off (November 26, 1974)



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6x10 Hell Is Upstairs (November 19, 1974)



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6x09 No Gods In Sight (November 12, 1974)



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6x08 Feedback (October 29, 1974)


Even though Dr. Welby gives him the best treatment modern medicine can provide plus wise counseling and encouragement, Williams has a difficult time adjusting to an entirely different way of life after having to give up his career because of his affliction.


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6x07 A Fevered Angel (October 22, 1974)


Dr. Welby and Kiley fight to save the life of a three-year-old boy, whose mother will not allow the child to be given proper medical treatment because of her fanatical beliefs.


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6x06 The Fatal Challenge (October 15, 1974)



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6x05 The Outrage (October 08, 1974)


"The Outrage" is a 1974 episode of Marcus Welby, M.D., a long-running American medical drama on ABC. The episode tells the story of a teenage boy who is sexually assaulted by his male teacher. The episode, which originally aired October 8, 1974, sparked controversy and anger for its equation of homosexuality to pedophilia. "The Outrage" was targeted for protests by LGBT rights groups and several network affiliates refused to broadcast it.


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6x04 To Father A Child (October 01, 1974)



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6x03 Last Flight to Babylon (September 24, 1974)


Len Dalton is unable to secure a position as a pilot, fearful of losing the affections of his girlfriend and suffering from post-operation depression, he contemplates suicide. After visiting Dr. Welby for a checkup, Dalton tries to persuade Consuelo to give him some sleeping pills. When his pleading fails, he obtains the drug from another source and tries to end his mental anguish forever.


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6x02 The Faith of Childish Things (September 17, 1974)



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6x01 The Brittle Warrior (September 10, 1974)





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