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A History of Murder 

When Norman ceremonially knocks down a piece of wall at the inauguration of a Community General expansion named after rich hospital alumnus and benefactor Dr. Raymond Huxley, a completely ... See full summary »

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Dr. Mark Sloan
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Amanda Bentley-Livingston
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Dr. Jesse Travis
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Norman Briggs
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Steve Sloan
Lynnda Ferguson ...
Dr. Christine Huxley
Paul Kersey ...
David Huxley / Young Raymond Huxley
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Young 'Manny' Tubbs
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Jane Ellington
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Dr. Raymond Huxley
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Dr. Greg Nordoff
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Board Chairman Emmanuel 'Manny' Tubbs
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Stacie Randall ...
Young Jane Ellington
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When Norman ceremonially knocks down a piece of wall at the inauguration of a Community General expansion named after rich hospital alumnus and benefactor Dr. Raymond Huxley, a completely bleached skeleton falls out. From his ring Mark identifies him as the late, brilliant cardiac surgeon Dr. Greg Nordoff, who disappeared on the day of the Dallas Kennedy assassination, while the hospital was in an even worse state, due to ongoing construction. Only a hearing aid remains intact, but turns out not to be his. Nordoff was assumed at the time to have embezzled a lot from the hospital's surgical research fund, so that previous crime, also decades ago, may be the key; Mark was too shell-shocked at the time to investigate, but is determined now -visited by flash-backs- to clear it all up, especially after nurse Jane Ellington, also on staff and Nordoff's lover in the Sixties, is murdered in the garage, after the fatal heart-attack of Dr. Huxley. Even finding records proves hard and physically... Written by KGF Vissers

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16 January 1997 (USA)  »

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When Dr. Huxley goes into ventricular fibrillation Dr. Sloan (Dick Van Dyke) asks for the paddles but he does not put gel onto the paddles to ensure good conduction of the current. See more »

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