|Young Doctors in Love|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Garry Marshall|
|Produced by||Jerry Bruckheimer|
|Written by||Michael Elias|
|Music by||Maurice Jarre|
|Edited by||Dov Hoenig|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
Young Doctors in Love is a 1982 American comedy film directed by Garry Marshall. It spoofs a variety of medical shows (in particular, General Hospital) and has many guest stars from ABC soap operas.
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A group of young medical interns join the City Hospital surgery staff run by Dr. Prang, a brash and cynical surgeon leading an expensive and dissolute lifestyle. Meanwhile, old mafioso Sal Bonafetti is admitted to the same hospital under an assumed name after suffering a stroke; his son Angelo disguises himself as a woman in order to tend to Sal, fearing retaliation by rival crime syndicates. Professional hitman Malamud is admitted to a bed next to Sal's in order to assassinate him, but his every attempt fails, causing Malamud himself to undergo painful and unnecessary treatment.
The film was a moderate box office success with over $30 million.
It received a positive review in The New York Times, which said "there are enough bright moments to make this a passable hot-weather entertainment." It maintains a 29% "rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 14 reviews.