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Basic Info Rusty's rating: 78
Category: Comedy, DramaNotable as: ComedySub-Category: Comedy, DramaNarrative location: New York CityRuntime: 103 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Arthur HillerScreenwriter: Paddy ChayefskyCinematography: Victor J. KemperStars: George C. Scott, Diana Rigg, Frances Sternhagen, Jordan Charney, Lenny Baker, Roberts Blossom, Stephen Elliott, Katherine Helmond, Barnard Hughes Producer: Howard GottfriedAwards won: Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay (Paddy Chayefsky)
Jury Grand Prix
National Film Registry
Award nominations: Academy Award for Best Actor (George C. Scott)Award details: (details at IMDb)
Description

The Hospital is a 1971 satirical film directed by Arthur Hiller. It stars George C. Scott as Dr. Herbert Bock and was written by Paddy Chayefsky, who was awarded the 1972 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Chayefsky also narrates the film and was one of the producers; he had complete control over the casting and content of the film.


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