The Doctor (TV series)

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The Doctor is a half-hour medical anthology series that aired Sunday evenings on the NBC television network from 1952-1953. Hosted by Warner Anderson, the program revolved around emotional problems. The show is notable for having Rod Serling as a writer and Charles Bronson as one of the anthology actors. Other actors who appeared included Anne Jackson, Ernest Truex, Mildred Natwick, and Lee Marvin.[1]


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