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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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24 July 1972 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

Den lyserøde doktor  »

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The film was made and released about one to two years after its source novel "The Operator" by Rod Amateau and Budd Robinson had first been published in 1970. The book's title was retitled "Where Does It Hurt?" for its 1972 movie tie-in edition. See more »

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Referenced in Drive-In (1976) See more »

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Where Does It Hurt?
Written and performed by Keith Allison
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Where Do Some Movies Go?
18 April 2003 | by (vista, calif) – See all my reviews

A number of interesting off-the-wall 1970's movies just disappeared - and not because they were poorly made or acted. 'Where Does It Hurt?' is one of them. It's almost as impossible to find as 'Hammersmith Is Out' with Burton and Taylor, another early '70's flick.

These are not great movies. But they have reputable actors/directors and are certainly watchable. And they're nowhere near as gross and crude or violent as many present day efforts. Big mystery.


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