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A.E.S. Hudson Street

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Directed by  Noam Pitlik
First episode date  16 March 1978
Number of seasons  1
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Situation comedy
Country of origin  United States
Final episode date  20 April 1978
Number of episodes  5
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Created by  Danny Arnold Tony Sheeman Chris Hayward
Starring  Gregory Sierra Rosanna DeSoto
Theme music composer  Jack Elliott Allyn Ferguson
Network  American Broadcasting Company
Cast  Gregory Sierra, Rosanna DeSoto, Ralph Manza, Stefan Gierasch, Susan Peretz
Similar  Barney Miller, Fish, Carter Country, Sanford and Son, What's Happening!!

A.E.S. Hudson Street is an American comedy television show that aired on ABC in 1978 on Thursday night from 9:30 pm to 10:00 pm EST.

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Synopsis

The series follows the antics of the staff of a run-down Adult Emergency Service hospital on Hudson Street, on the lower west side of Manhattan. It was cancelled after five episodes.

Cast and characters

  • Gregory Sierra as Dr. Tony Menzies
  • Bill Cort as Dr. Jerry Meckler
  • Rosanna DeSoto as Nurse Rosa Santiago
  • Ralph Manza as Ambulance Aide Stanke
  • Allan Miller as Dr. Glick, the psychiatrist
  • Susan Peretz as Foshko, the ambulance driver
  • Barrie Youngfellow as Dr. Gloria Manners
  • Ray Stewart as Nurse Newton
  • Stefan Gierasch as J. Powell Karbow, the hospital administrator
  • Bob Dishy as Dr. Friedman
  • Julienne Wells as Nurse Rhonda Todd
  • Pilot

    The series pilot aired July 21, 1977 with F. Murray Abraham starring as Dr. Tony Menzies. When the five series episodes were filmed, only Dishy and Stewart remained from the original cast. All of the other characters were either dropped or re-cast. In the pilot, A.E.S. stood for Ambulance Emergency Service.

    References

    A.E.S. Hudson Street Wikipedia


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