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Article 99 is a 1992 American film written by Ron Cutler and directed by Howard Deutch. It was produced by Orion Pictures and starred Kiefer Sutherland, Ray Liotta, Forest Whitaker, John C. McGinley, Rutanya Alda and Lea Thompson. The soundtrack was composed by Danny Elfman.

According to Box Office Mojo, Article 99 earned $2,461,469 in its opening weekend (March 13, 1992), screening in 1,262 theaters, and ranking it as the number 6 film of that weekend. It earned a total domestic gross of $6,375,979.[447861]

The movie was filmed in Kansas City, Missourimarker. Many downtown landmarks can be seen in the intro to the movie and throughout the movie, including the Liberty Memorialmarker.

Plot

Doctors and patients at a severely underfunded veterans' hospital rebel against bureaucracy-minded administrators by doing whatever it takes to ensure proper care.

Title

The film's title supposedly refers to a legal loophole which states that unless his illness/injury is related to military service, a veteran is not eligible for VA hospital benefits.While in the hospital patients are turfed or sent to another unit of the hospital to be able to screw up the bureaucracy in which the way our VA benefits work [447862]

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