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The Hospital
Directed by:
Arthur Hiller

Released in the USA on December 14 of 1971, "The Hospital" (also known as "Anche i dottori ce l'hanno", "Right Smack Into the Wind") is a Comedy/Drama film directed by Arthur Hiller . George C. Scott and Diana Rigg are starring, alongside Barnard Hughes, Richard Dysart, Stephen Elliott and Andrew Duncan.

Behind the lab coat beats the heart of a man who's been pushed to the edge.

Who directed "The Hospital":

The Hospital was directed by Arthur Hiller, a Canadian director, producer, and actor.

Before directing The Hospital, Arthur Hiller had directed Plaza Suite, released in 1971, Love Story (1970), Popi (1969), The Tiger Makes Out (1967), Tobruk (1967), and Penelope (1966). Since, he directed Man of La Mancha, released in 1972, The Crazy World of Julius Vrooder (1974), The Man in the Glass Booth (1975), W.C. Fields and Me (1976), Silver Streak (1976), and The In-Laws (1979).

When was "The Hospital" released:

The Hospital was first released on Tuesday, December 14, 1971, in the United States.. This was forty-seven (47) years ago.

It has been released on October, 1972 in France and on Saturday, June 10, 1972 in Germany.

What is the casting of "The Hospital":

At the casting of The Hospital we find George C. Scott, previously seen in The Last Run (1971) and They Might Be Giants (1971); Diana Rigg (Julius Caesar (1970), On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)); Barnard Hughes (The Pursuit of Happiness (1971), Cold Turkey (1971)) [ more... ]

  • Bette Henritze and George C. Scott, Barnard Hughes, Robert Walden also appeared together in Rage, released in 1972.
  • George C. Scott, Richard Dysart, Stephen Elliott and Katherine Helmond can be seen in The Hindenburg, released in 1975.
  • Barnard Hughes, Roberts Blossom and Frances Sternhagen also appeared in Doc Hollywood, released in 1991.
  • Richard Dysart and Richard Hamilton also worked together in Pale Rider, released in 1985.

What is the Storyline of "The Hospital":

The film is set in a teaching hospital in Manhattan and centers around Dr. Bock (George C Scott), the Chief of Medicine, whose life is in disarray: his wife has left him, his children don't talk to him, and his once-beloved teaching hospital is falling apart.

The hospital suffers from the sudden deaths of two doctors and a nurse. These are attributed to coincidental or unavoidable failures to provide accurate treatment.

At the same time, administrators must deal with a protest against the [...]

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