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Article 99 (13-Mar-1992)

Director: Howard Deutch

Writer: Ron Cutler

Music by: Danny Elfman

Producers: Michael Gruskoff; Michael I. Levy

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kathy Baker
8-Jun-1950   Dr. Jill Brock on Picket Fences
Julie Bovasso
1-Aug-1930 14-Sep-1991 Saturday Night Fever
Keith David
4-Jun-1956   DCI in Agent Cody Banks
Ray Liotta
18-Dec-1954   Goodfellas
John Mahoney
20-Jun-1940   Martin Crane on Frasier
John C. McGinley
3-Aug-1959   Dr. Perry Cox on Scrubs
Kiefer Sutherland
21-Dec-1966   24
Jeffrey Tambor
8-Jul-1944   Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show
Lynne Thigpen
22-Dec-1948 12-Mar-2003 Godspell
Lea Thompson
31-May-1961   Caroline in the City
Eli Wallach
7-Dec-1915 24-Jun-2014 The Magnificent Seven
Forest Whitaker
15-Jul-1961   Ghost Dog
Noble Willingham
31-Aug-1931 17-Jan-2004 Hard-working supporting actor


Ray Liotta   ...   Dr. Richard Sturgess
Kiefer Sutherland   ...   Dr. Peter Morgan
Forest Whitaker   ...   Dr. Sid Handleman
Lea Thompson   ...   Dr. Robin Van Dorn
John Mahoney   ...   Dr. Henry Dreyfoos
John C. McGinley   ...   Dr. Rudy Bobrick
Keith David   ...   Luther Jermoe
Noble Willingham   ...   Inspector General
Julie Bovasso   ...   Amelia Sturdeyvant
Jeffrey Tambor   ...   Dr. Leo Krutz
Troy Evans   ...   Pat Travis
Leo Burmester   ...   Shooter Polaski
Lynne Thigpen   ...   Nurse White
Ernest Abuba   ...   Ikiro Tenabe
Eli Wallach   ...   Sam Abrams
Kathy Baker   ...   Dr. Diana Walton
Rutanya Alda   ...   Ann Travis
Michele Little   ...   Nurse Pierce
Emily Houpt   ...   Dr. Norris
Mark Lowenthal   ...   Dr. Wolin
Cheryl Collins   ...   Nurse Stevens
Sherry Roulette-Mosely   ...   Nurse Jones
Donna Thomason   ...   Nurse Lyles
Brenda Varda   ...   Nurse Nichols
Barbara Houston   ...   Nurse
Karon Wright   ...   Secretary
Rick Reed   ...   Maintenance Man
Jeff Reiland   ...   Maintenance Man
T. Max Graham   ...   Captain
Douglas Dirkson   ...   Freaked Patient
Ed Autry   ...   Mumbling Man
Meyer L. Goldman   ...   Mr. Ponzini
Vince Melocchi   ...   Tense Patient
Ted Shonka   ...   McCarthy
Gwendolyn Shepherd   ...   Personnel Clerk
Bonita Hanson   ...   Clerk at Front Desk
Kathleen Bergman   ...   Clerk
Davenia McFadden   ...   Clerk
James Medina   ...   Puzzled Intern
Rodney McCay   ...   Orderly
C. L. Foster, Jr.   ...   Cigarette Vet
Joe Greve   ...   Lobby Vet
Tracy Sloat   ...   Gomer Ward Nurse
Erik Holland   ...   Gomer Ward Patient
Debra Bluford   ...   Men's Ward Nurse
Larry Kirchner   ...   Men's Ward Patient
John Lafayette   ...   Neurologist
C. Craig Satterlee   ...   Radiologist
Lynn King   ...   Pathology Lab Tech
Vivian Ecclefield   ...   Reporter
Joe Lerer   ...   Reporter
Kathy Quinn   ...   Nurse in Cafeteria
Ann Redow   ...   Nurse in Bathroom
Jophery Brown   ...   Admitting Guard
Kevin Brief   ...   Sleeping Security Guard
Granvile O'Neal   ...   Security Guard
Henry Levingston   ...   Security Guard
Ira S. Bigeleisen   ...   Rabbi
Kevin Davidson   ...   Inspector General's Aide
Donald Bishop   ...   New Director
Harold Hauss   ...   Helicopter Pilot


Review by Pongo (posted on 8-Jun-2007)

The networks and cable companies should run this movie every Memorial Day. It is disgraceful how we treat our veterans. I don't care whether the war we send our troops to is "just," "unjust" or outright criminal (Iraq). The fact is, they deserve the best care...not the best care we can give them, because that can, as this movie points out, be absolutely NOTHING. They deserve the best. And if it means higher taxes, so be it. And if higher taxes for quality veteran care bothers people so much, then outlaw war. Make it impossible for any future administration to do what present and past administrations have done.

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