Stephen King's Haunted Hospital

Cullen, Lisa Takeuchi
September 2003
Time;9/8/2003, Vol. 162 Issue 10, p91
Previews a television miniseries to debut on ABC in 2004, created by Stephen King called "Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital." Influence of the Danish motion picture "Riget," about a haunted hospital directed by Lars von Trier; Length of the miniseries, whose television rights King negotiated from Sony Corp.; Characters to be played by Diane Ladd and Bruce Davison.


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