The boastful, heavy-drinking father of Dr. Hunter's date is severely injured in a shooting. With a bullet fragment dangerously floating in the brain, Hunter and Stuart look to space-age technology to save the patient's life.

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Dr. David Craig (credit only)
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Dr. Theodore Stuart
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Mike McGraw
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Sharon McGraw
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Anitra Rokono
Ted Gehring ...
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The boastful, heavy-drinking father of Dr. Hunter's date is severely injured in a shooting. With a bullet fragment dangerously floating in the brain, Hunter and Stuart look to space-age technology to save the patient's life.

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23 January 1972 (USA)  »

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