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A young doctor on his way across the country to a job interview crashes his car in a small town and is sentenced to work for several days at the town hospital.

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Dr. Ben Stone
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Lou
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Dr. Aurelius Edsel Hogue
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Hank Gordon
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Mayor Nick Nicholson
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Lillian - Welcoming Committee
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Doctor Halberstrom
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Nancy Lee Nicholson
Mel Winkler ...
Melvin - Mechanic
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Maddie - Welcoming Committee
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Judge Evans
Tom Lacy ...
Deputy Cotton
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Aubrey Draper
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Simon Tidwell - First Patient
Eyde Byrde ...
Nurse Packer
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Lane - Melvin's Assistant
Amzie Strickland ...
Violet - Welcoming Committee
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Kyle Owens
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Mary Owens
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John Crawford - Butcher (as Jordon Lund)
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William Mortimer - Barber
Douglas Brush ...
McClary - Fly Fishing Patient
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Dr. Tommy Shulman
Amanda Junette Donatelli ...
Emma - Lou's Daughter
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Gene - Zeb's Father
Kathy Poling ...
Zeb's Mother
Eric Bechtel ...
Zeb
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Receptionist at Halberstrom Clinic
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Dr. Mulready
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Maitre D' in L.A. Restaurant
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Shooting Gallery Operator
Ted Davis ...
L.A. Taxi Driver
Melanie MacQueen ...
Woman with Spider
Adele Malis-Morey ...
Woman with Glasses
Darrell Jay Cook ...
Huge Man
Dan Charles ...
Boy at Shooting Gallery
Kirsche Smith ...
Nurse
David Thompkins ...
Medic
Dan Bell ...
Patient
Karen Hartman-Golden ...
Loonie #1
Roxanne Benseman ...
Farm Lady
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Squash Queen (as Kelly Roland)
Janis Bjorkland ...
Girl with Spider
Dano Cerny ...
Boy with Spider (as Daniel Cerny)
Emily Lester ...
Housewife
Vincent J. Burns ...
Loonie #2 (as Vince Burnes)
David H. 'Dutch' Van Dalsem ...
Man with Rash (as David M. Dutch Van Dalsen)
David Dupre ...
Distressed Man
Martin Alan Johnson ...
Orderly
Ken Josefsberg ...
Doctor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Indian Chief (uncredited)
Jack E. Herman ...
Hair Man (uncredited)
Dean Rubin ...
Young Doctor (uncredited)
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Boy at Fair (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Caton-Jones

Written by

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Neil B. Shulman ... (book "What?...Dead Again?") (as Neil B. Shulman M.D.)
 
Laurian Leggett ... (adaptation)
 
Jeffrey Price ... (screenplay) &
Peter S. Seaman ... (screenplay) and
Daniel Pyne ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Deborah D. Johnson ... producer
Marc Merson ... executive producer
Neil B. Shulman ... associate producer
Susan Solt ... producer

Music by

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Carter Burwell

Cinematography by

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Michael Chapman

Film Editing by

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Priscilla Nedd-Friendly

Editorial Department

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Donah Bassett ... negative cutter
Gregg London ... additional film editor
Ray Martin ... color timer
Wendi Jill Raderman ... assistant editor
Patrick J. Voetberg ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Marion Dougherty
Owens Hill

Production Design by

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Lawrence Miller

Art Direction by

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Dale Allen Pelton
Eva Anna Andry ... (uncredited)

Set Decoration by

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Cloudia Rebar

Costume Design by

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Richard Hornung

Makeup Department

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Hallie D'Amore ... makeup artist
Norman T. Leavitt ... additional makeup artist (as Norman Leavitt)
Lisa Meyers ... hair stylist
Allen Payne ... additional hair stylist
Rick Provenzano ... hair stylist: Mr. Fox
Bron Roylance ... makeup artist: Mr. Fox
Mary Ann Valdes ... additional hair stylist: Florida

Production Management

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Robert P. Cohen ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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J. Stephen Buck ... first assistant director
Joe Burns ... second assistant director (as Joseph Burns)
Bryan Dresden ... dga trainee
Lucille OuYang ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Stephi Adler ... art department assistant: Florida
William Apperson ... construction foreman (as Bill Apperson)
Jason Bedig ... leadman
Daniel R. Bentley ... assistant property master
Gerald Castro ... greensman
Bill Darrow ... scenic artist: Florida
Stephen I. Erdberg ... set dresser
Claudia Gilligan Ivanjack ... scenic artist (as Claudia Ivanjack)
Kelly Hudson ... master scenic artist (as Kelly D. Hudson)
Tom Ivanjack ... master scenic artist (as Thomas Ivanjack)
John A. Kelly ... scenic artist: Florida (as John Kelly)
Robert A. Maisto ... construction foreman (as Robert Maisto)
James F. Orendorff ... construction foreman (as James S. Orendorff)
Brett Ray ... uncredited
Mike Schenk ... property master
Theodore Sharps ... art department assistant
Jeffrey Thomas ... greensman (as Jeff Thomas)
Mort Zwicker ... construction coordinator
John Alvin ... poster artist (uncredited)
Michael W. Moore ... prop maker (uncredited)
Peter Mitchell Rubin ... storyboard artist (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Ed Callahan ... sound editor
Christine Danelski ... foley editor
Jay Dranch ... sound editor
Ann Ducommun ... assistant sound editor
John Duvall ... foley editor (as John Allen Duvall)
Christopher Flick ... foley editor
Albert Gasser ... sound editor
Doug Hemphill ... re-recording mixer (as D.M. Hemphill)
Chris Jenkins ... re-recording mixer
Ken King ... sound mixer
Richard King ... supervising sound editor
Cliff Latimer ... adr editor (as Clifford Latimer)
Melissa Lytle ... assistant sound editor
Martin Maryska ... sound editor
Richard Portman ... re-recording mixer
Andy Rovins ... boom operator
Mark Smith ... re-recording mixer
Craig Weintraub ... assistant sound editor
David Schneider ... utility sound (uncredited)
Jeffrey Wilhoit ... foley artist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Paul Stewart ... special effects supervisor

Stunts

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Charles Croughwell ... stunt coordinator (as Charlie Croughwell)
Tommy J. Huff ... truck stunts (uncredited)
John-Clay Scott ... stunts: Truck Driver (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Sidney Ray Baldwin ... still photographer (as Sidney Baldwin)
Jamie Barber ... first assistant camera
Cordell Boyd ... assistant chief lighting technician
Greg Coelho ... assistant chief lighting technician (as Greg Coehlo)
John T. Connor ... second assistant camera (as John Connor)
Christopher Gallo ... second assistant camera: Florida (as Chris Gallo)
Michael Genne ... camera operator
Paul Murphey ... video operator (as Paul Murphy)
Richard Quinlan ... chief lighting technician (as Dick Quinlan)
Glenn Schellerup ... assistant chief lighting technician
Nick Shuster ... camera loader
Les T. Tomita ... second grip (as Les Tomita)
Michael T. Travers ... second grip (as Mike Travers)
Charles W. Wayt ... dolly grip
Roger West ... second grip
Sandy Williams ... key grip
Ben Bardin ... grip (uncredited)
Kevin Cerchiai ... video assist operator: Florida (uncredited)
Andrew Fisher ... camera assistant (uncredited)
Jordan Klein Sr. ... camera operator: second unit (uncredited)
Christopher J. Lama ... electrician (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Peggy Ellis ... extras casting (as Peggy Curtin Ellis)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Doris Alaimo ... costumer: women
Mark Bridges ... assistant costume designer
Joie Hutchinson ... costume supervisor
Michael J. Long ... costumer: men (as Michael Joseph Long)
Ellen Ryba ... costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Steph Benseman ... location manager
Pavel Cerny ... location manager
Karen Fisher ... assistant location manager
Mary Beth Head ... assistant location manager: Florida
Joe Cacciotti ... location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Vince Caro ... assistant scoring engineer
Adam Milo Smalley ... music editor (as Adam Smalley)
John Moses ... musician: clarinetist (uncredited)
Murray Weinstock ... musician (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Denny Caira ... transportation coordinator
Mike Stevens ... transportation captain
Doug Wilson ... driver: cast
Robert Jepson ... driver: picture car (uncredited)

Other crew

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Beth Cooze Baggett ... staff assistant: Florida
Elaine Bass ... title designer
Saul Bass ... title designer
Nicholas Cassisi ... surgical consultant: Florida (as Nicholas Cassisi MD)
Nancy Culp ... assistant auditor
Susan Fronsoe ... production assistant
Kathy Grant ... assistant auditor
Michael L. Gurdin ... surgical consultant (as Michael L. Gurdin MD)
Kurt M. Hanley-Woodridge ... craft service: Florida
Kirsten Hermann ... production accountant
Steven Hoefflin ... surgical consultant (as Steven Hoefflin MD)
Myrna Huffman ... production office coordinator
Betsy Jackson ... medical advisor (as Betsy Jackson RN)
Michelle Katz ... staff assistant (as Michelle D. Katz)
Howard Keys ... first aid
Jan Matkozich ... consultant: fitness
Barbara Maywood ... medical advisor (as Barbara Maywood ORT)
Gail Michelletti ... first aid: Florida
Tricia Owen ... assistant: Mr. Caton-Jones
Mark Prunty ... assistant production office coordinator
Jeffrey I. Resnick ... surgical consultant (as Jeffrey I. Resnick MD)
Brigette Roux-Lough ... assistant: Mr. Fox
Ron Saffold ... craft service (as Ronald E. Saffold)
Robert I. Smith Jr. ... assistant to producers
Lori A. Spall ... assistant production office coordinator: Florida
Pat Stevens ... production associate
Edna Tromans ... unit publicist
Lynne Twentyman ... script supervisor
Vivian Welch ... first aid: Florida
Lennie Appelquist ... set production assistant (uncredited)
Joe Cacciotti ... photo double: Michael J. Fox, second unit (uncredited)
Bill Daly ... post-production accountant manager (uncredited)
Jack E. Herman ... extras set coordinator (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Benjamin Stone is a young doctor driving to L.A., where he is interviewing for a high-paying job as a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills. He gets off the highway to avoid a traffic jam, but gets lost and ends up crashing into a fence in the small town of Grady. He is sentenced to 32 hours of community service at the local hospital. All he wants is to serve the sentence, get his car fixed and get moving, but gradually the locals become attached to the new doctor, and he falls for the pretty ambulance driver, Lou. Will he leave? Written by Sami Al-Taher

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Taglines He was headed for Beverly Hills to be a plastic surgeon... But he took an exit to a town that didn't take plastic. See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Doctor Hollywood (Spain, Catalan title)
  • Доктор Голливуд (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Dr. Hollywood (Peru)
  • Доктор Холивуд (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Doktor Hollywood (Czechoslovakia)
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Runtime
  • 104 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $7,251,854, 04 Aug 1991

Did You Know?

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Trivia Michael J. Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1990 not long before the filming of this movie began, when he noticed a small, but persistent, tremor in his left pinky finger. See more »
Goofs When Dr. Hogue is having his heart attack and Dr. Stone uses the defibrillator paddles on him, he tells Nurse Packard to set the machine to "400 Watts." Defibrillation magnitude is measured in joules and/or watt-seconds. While older defibrillators could deliver a maximum of 400 joules the model defibrillator shown in the film (a Physio-Control LifePak 5) could only deliver a maximum of 360 joules. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Doc Hollywood/Return to the Blue Lagoon/Hot Shots!/Paris Is Burning/Another You (1991). See more »
Soundtracks The One and Only See more »
Quotes Nancy Lee Nicholson: Is that a star?
Hank Gordon: No, that's Ted Danson.
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