1778 a.k.a. Mercy Peak was a New Zealand television series that ran for three seasons on local network TV One, between 2001 and 2004. The series rated well in New Zealand and won multiple awards for its cast. Though an ensemble show, Mercy Peak centres on a doctor who leaves the city to work at a hospital in the small town of Bassett. She works alongside stuffy but caring doctor William Kingsley. The series was produced by Auckland company South Pacific Pictures; a number of those who worked on the show would have a big hand in South Pacific Pictures hit Outrageous Fortune, including co-creator Rachel Lang, directors Mark Beesley and Simon Bennett, and producer John Laing.
- begun on and completed on (10 years ago)
- 60 episodes of 60 minutes each, in 3 seasons
- country: New Zealand
- regular cast:
- genre: Drama
"1778" a.k.a. "The High King" is a high fantasy novel by Lloyd Alexander, the fifth and last of The Chronicles of Prydain. It was awarded the Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1969.
- also known as "High King (High King)", "The High King (Prydain Chronicles)", "The High King (The Chronicles of Prydain)", "High King (Chronicles of Prydain (Paperback))", "The High King (Lloyd Alexander's Prydain Chronicles)", "The High King (Chronicles of Prydain)", "The High King (The Prydain Chronicles)", Der Fürst des Todes
- language: English Language
- Fflewddur Fflam
- Princess Eilonwy
- genres: Fiction, Fantasy, Children's literature, Speculative fiction
- subjects: Literature, Classics, Adventure, Folklore
- copyright: 1968
- released in (47 years ago)
- some of the awards:
1778 a.k.a. Bantam Sweet Valley is a publisher.
- 1778 is an event.
- 1778 a.k.a. X-Men: Evolution - Season 1 is a tv season.
- 1778 a.k.a. dynein, cytoplasmic 1, heavy chain 1 is a gene.
- also known as cytoplasmic dynein heavy chain; dynein heavy chain, cytosolic; dynein, cytoplasmic-like; dynein, cytoplasmic, heavy polypeptide 1
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