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On Wednesday, 22 January 2003, Evening Magazine, a San Francisco television series on KPIX Channel 5, the local CBS affiliate, aired a short segment on the behind-the-scenes of Presidio Med, the doctor drama set in San Francisco. This footage (from the episode With Grace which aired later that same evening) was originally shot on Saturday, 9 November 2002, at Pier 7 and Aquatic Park in San Francisco.

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The news magazine show is currently hosted by
Mike Rowe and Malou Nubla, and this particular
segment was produced by Margaret Slattery.
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Oded Fehr, most known for his roles in The Mummy
and The Mummy Returns, plays Dr. Nicholas Kokoris.
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Dana Delany, most known for China Beach
and Tombstone, portrays Dr. Rae Brennan.
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The jogging scenes were done at Aquatic Park.
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Stephen Collins is the Camera Operator.
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Lorna Leslie is the 2nd Assistant Cameraman.
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Matt Labate is a Set Production Assistant.
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That's me, Scott Trimble, Key Assistant Location Manager.
Behind me is Ed Da Roza who does our street closures.
In front of me, back turned, is Jason Blumenfeld (1st A.D.).
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Kevin Thompson (Director of Photography)
and Lesli Linka Glatter (Director) are close to the monitor.
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Nelson Stoll (Sound Mixer) is in the purple hat,
Mike Hissrich (Producer), and Oded Fehr.
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Background extras John Tansley and Roy Morden.

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