RoboDoc

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RoboDoc
Poster of the movie RoboDoc.jpg
Directed by Stephen Maddocks
Produced by Doug Gordon M.D.
Donald Tynes
Written by Doug Gordon M.D.
Scott Gordon M.D.
Starring Alan Thicke
David Faustino
Michael Winslow
Corin Nemec
John Byner
David DeLuise
William Haze
Kenny Babel
Kristia Knowles
Christine Scott Bennett
Andrea Faustino
Cinematography Stephen Campbell
Edited by Rene Ross Garza
Donald Tynes
Distributed by National Lampoon
Release date(s) May 10th, 2008
World Premiere
Country United States
Language English

RoboDoc is a 2008 movie that is distributed by National Lampoon. The comedy was written by two medical doctor, brothers Doug and Scott Gordon M.D., and directed by Stephen Maddocks and co-produced by Donald Tynes. Sleazy lawyers and heartless insurance companies are spoofed in this medical comedy. The world premiere took place on Saturday May 10, 2008 at Hard Rock Live on the Universal City Walk.[1] The film was released in the Orlando Market on Friday September 26, 2008.

Synopsis[edit]

Plagued by malpractice lawyers, bureaucratic health insurance companies, uninsured patients, and stressed out doctors, the health care system is on the verge of a total breakdown. As a cost-cutting measure at its hospitals, R.I.P Healthcare has developed the perfect android doctor, MD 63 (a.k.a. RoboDoc). RoboDoc’s success would bring flawless, affordable health care to all. However, a malpractice lawyer begins to look at RoboDoc a different way. If he can't make a mistake, then there will be no malpractice happening and no one would get sued. So now, he tries to destroy RoboDoc for all its worth.

See also[edit]

RoboCop, the film that is parodied.

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