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This movie follows the lives of medical students who are in their third year, which is the time that they have to decide what they intend to specialize in. At the center is Michael Chatham... See more »

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Michael Chatham
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Gina Wyler
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Kenny Rose
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Lauren Rose
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Suzanne Maloney
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Bobby Hayes
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Dr. Donald Ballentine
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Bobby
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Dr. Chatham
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Henrietta Walker
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Dr. David Redding
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Gant
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Dean of Students
Leigh C. Kim ...
Dr. Chen
Enid Kent ...
Vivian
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Dr. Kennan
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Dr. Kelly
Rob Neukirch ...
Rita's Resident
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Rick
Karen Fineman ...
Julie
Laurie Souza ...
Mother
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Loan Officer
Kenia ...
Rita
Steve Bean ...
OB / GYN Intern
Claudia Harrington ...
Pregnant Woman
Seth Isler ...
Male Resident
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Paramedic
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Cynthia
Matthew Thompson ...
Billy (as Matt Thompson)
Jeanne Mori ...
Billy's Nurse
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George
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Non-Clown Nurse
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Rotunda Woman
Perla Walter ...
Hispanic Woman
Paul Carlton Bryant ...
Pharmacist
Ellaraino ...
Phone Nurse
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Henrietta's Night Nurse
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Henrietta's I.V. Nurse
Lou Saint James ...
Reddings' Paramedic
Joan Newlin ...
E.R. Nurse
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Hospital Employee
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Competing Swimmer
Charlie Hawke ...
Swimmer
Billy Bacon ...
Swimmer
Craig Hosking ...
Helicopter Pilot
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Directed by

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Marisa Silver

Written by

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Larry Ketron ... (story)
 
Larry Ketron ... (screenplay) and
Jeb Stuart ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Tom Joyner ... delegate producer
Laurie Perlman ... producer
Cathleen Summers ... producer

Music by

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Miles Goodman

Cinematography by

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John Lindley

Film Editing by

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Robert Brown
Danford B. Greene

Editorial Department

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Robert W. Hedland ... assistant editor
Jim Prior ... additional editor
Pattye Rogers ... assistant editor
Liza Sullivan ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Margery Simkin

Production Design by

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Todd Hallowell

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Daniel Loren May ... (as Dan May)

Costume Design by

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Deborah Everton

Makeup Department

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Susan A. Cabral ... makeup artist (as Susan Cabral)
Bruce Hutchinson ... makeup artist
Dale Miller ... assistant hair stylist
Marilyn Patricia Phillips ... hair stylist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Verónica González Rubio ... second assistant director
Betsy Magruder ... first assistant director
Scott Printz ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Keith Brian Burns ... set designer (as Keith Burns)
Tracy Farrington ... property master
Tracy Harrington ... property master
Steven Curtis Husch ... set dresser
Daniel Maltese ... assistant art director
John Sweeney ... property master

Sound Department

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Ed Callahan ... sound editor
David Chornow ... sound mixer
Dominick De Stefano ... boom operator (as Dominik V. De Stefano)
Susan Dudeck ... dialogue editor
Arnold Finkelstein ... sound effects recordist
Christopher Flick ... foley editor
Allen Hartz ... dialogue editor
Petur Hliddal ... sound
Martin Maryska ... supervising sound editor
Bob Newlan ... sound effects editor
Linda Yeaney ... assistant sound editor
Hugo Weng ... sound editor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Bret Culpepper ... stunt swimming double: Adrian Pasdar
Matt Norklun ... stunts
Chuck Picerni Jr. ... stunts (as Charles Picerni Jr.)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Bruce Birmelin ... still photographer
Curtis Foster ... rigging gaffer
Lawrence Karman ... first assistant camera (as Larry 'Doc' Karman)
Tim Pershing ... key grip
Amy Vincent ... second assistant camera
Earl C. Williman ... gaffer
Kenneth Zunder ... camera operator
Wayne Baker ... underwater assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Franklyn Warren ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kathy O'Rear ... wardrober

Location Management

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Lori A. Balton ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist
Sandy DeCrescent ... orchestra contractor
George Doering ... musician
Steven L. Smith ... music preparation
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn
Jim Weidman ... music editor

Transportation Department

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Gina August ... driver
Howard Bachrach ... transportation captain
Steve Duncan ... transportation coordinator
Julio Salazar ... production driver

Other crew

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Robert Dawson ... title designer
Mary Lou Devlin ... production coordinator
RaeAnn Emery ... stand-in: Diane Lane
Conrad Hurtt ... stand-in
Tom Joyner ... production administrator / production controller
Rob McEntegart ... production legal
Joe Murphy ... production accountant
Lynne Twentyman ... script supervisor (as Lynn Twentyman)
Robert Wait ... assistant to producer

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

This movie follows the lives of medical students who are in their third year, which is the time that they have to decide what they intend to specialize in. At the center is Michael Chatham son of a respected surgeon, who's trying to be his own man. He has to deal with another third student, Kenny Rose who like Michael wants to be surgeon and the surgical internship at their school. Kenny is also having problems with his marriage because the long hours he puts in his studies. Michael is also butting heads with another doctor, Ballentine over personal and professional issues. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Taglines During one incredible year, seven friends discover that love is alive and living in the 90's. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Crisis (Germany)
  • Constantes vitales (Spain)
  • Oznaki zycia (Poland)
  • Chamada de Emergência (Brazil)
  • Os Residentes (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 103 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Bradley Whitford and Jimmy Smits would later go on to star in The West Wing together. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Miami Blues/Vital Signs/Lisa/Chattahoochee (1990). See more »
Soundtracks Rescue Me See more »
Quotes Dr. David Redding: Third year is like being a rookie pitcher called on to pitch the seventh game of the World Series... blindfolded.
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