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Where Does It Hurt? (1972)

 -  Comedy  -  24 July 1972 (Sweden)
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A corrupt hospital administrator decides to get as much money as possible from the patients by any means necessary - lie, cheat or steal.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Dr. Albert T. Hopfnagel
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Alice Gilligan
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Lester Hammond
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Dr. Zerny
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Lamarr
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Nurse Throttle
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Nishimoto
Paul Lambert ...
Dr. Pinikhes
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Katzen
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Hinkley
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Dr. Quagliomo
Albert Reed ...
Dr. Radcliffe
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Dr. Kincaid (as Jeane Byron)
J. Edward McKinley ...
Geo. Leffingwell, M.D. (Hospital Commissioner)
Dodie Warren
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A corrupt hospital administrator decides to get as much money as possible from the patients by any means necessary - lie, cheat or steal.

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This man wants to be... your doctor? See more »

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Comedy

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24 July 1972 (Sweden)  »

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Where Does It Hurt?  »

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Sporadically throughout the movie, the film split-screens horizontally to form a bar at the bottom of the frame whereby electronic typewriter typing of medical billing related to the current scene is displayed. See more »

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Referenced in The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004) See more »

Soundtracks

When I'm Calling You
(uncredited)
Music by Rudolf Friml and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Used as signal between Hopfnagel and nurse, Lamarr.
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Beyond Hilarious
15 November 2004 | by (St. Louis, MO) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing the previews with my father. It looked REALLY funny, but you know how these things are, seldom do the movies live up the the trailer.

As we were waiting to go into the movie when it came out, the previous audience came out doubled over with laughter. It was so funny, I couldn't believe it! Yeah, the music isn't too good, cinematography was even worse, but the GAGS. I think it is pretty much a period comedy, but the times are coming back to the same kind of things that the film made fun of. Bring it back. Jeff PS, I paid $26 on E-bay for a poor copy of it and do not feel "taken."


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