PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Mystery
An over-burdened doctor struggles to find meaning in his life while a murderer stalks the halls of his hospital.
Barbara Drummond (Diana Rigg)'s English voice is explained in this New York-set film's storyline as being attributed to being a Vassar College accent. This educational institution is described by that campus' website as being "a highly selective, residential, liberal arts college located in the heart of the Hudson Valley in New York State".
Dr. Spezio. I think one of your patients in here is dead, Dr. Spezio.
Dr. Spezio: Why do you say that, Mrs. Cushing?
Mrs. Cushing: Because he wouldn't give me his Blue Cross number, Dr. Spezio.
In the Emergency Room, the dead patient's eyes and head change positions between the time Mrs. Cushing and Dr. Spezio look at him.
Although Barnard Hughes played two distinct roles, the end credits lists Hughes as playing the role of Drummond but not Dr. Mallory.