A family of doctors that runs a medical clinic finds itself up against a sudden cholera epidemic and a movie star who refuses to accept treatment for the disease.

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Dr. Larry Freeman
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Dr. John Bedford
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Dr. Margaret Bedford
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Dr. Bud Bedford
Dan Ferrone ...
Dr. Tom Bedford
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Ginny Pepper
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Wilbur Mott
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Mr. Berryman
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Martha Atkinson
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Nurse Nelson
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Mike
Marilyn Hassett ...
Beverly Marshall
Vince Howard ...
James Barning
Joseph Bernard ...
Sid Gladder
Jan Peters ...
Len Richards
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A family of doctors that runs a medical clinic finds itself up against a sudden cholera epidemic and a movie star who refuses to accept treatment for the disease.

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24 February 1970 (USA)  »

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House on the Hill  »

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Typical early seventies scheme

This TV movie is the pure product of what the late sixties and early seventies gave the audiences, where hospital movies have already begun to emerge: see for instance ERMERGENCY series starring Julie London and I forget many other films, TV movies or TV shows; and the early seventies where also the disaster movie genre began, with the famous AIRPORT series for the big screen. This TV film is nearly the very same scheme as AIRPORT, but taking place in a hospital rather aboard a plane. A feature where the story emphasizes on character's performances, colliding fates in a hospital, where surgeons, doctors, nurses and patients meet together whilst a cholera plague has to be fought. We watch here the character study and also the daily burden of the hospital crew to heal and manage the whole "ship" against the disaster plague.

A good movie made for TV by Sean Penn's father.


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