|Médecins de nuit|
|Genre||medical tv series|
|Created by||Bernard Gridaine|
|Directed by||Philippe Lefebvre (season 1)|
|Theme music composer||Vladimir Cosma|
|Country of origin||France|
|No. of episodes||38|
|Running time||54 minutes|
|Original network||Antenne 2 (now France 2)|
|Original release||22 September 1978 - 11 July 1986|
Médecins de nuit is a French medical drama television series which aired between 22 September 1978 and 27 June 1986. It was originally televised on Antenne 2 station, which on 7 September was renamed France 2, and then rebroadcast later on M6, serieclub (a cable and satellite network in France) and Jimmy, a satellite digital television channel. Thirty eight 54 minute episodes were produced across 5 seasons. The creators were Bernard Gridaine (alias Bernard Kouchner), Hervé Chabalier and Gilles Bression.
The theme song was composed by Vladimir Cosma. Philippe Lefebvre directed the first season and as other seasons followed, by was succeeded by Bruno Gantillon, Peter Kassovitz, Nicolas Ribowski, Jean-Pierre Moscardo, Pierre Lary and Emmanuel Fonlladosa amongst others.
This television series features a team of medical doctors who work at night during an emergency. Besides the medical angle, the series highlights the social issues of the Paris suburbs at the end of the 1970s.
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