One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)


Genre
:
Drama
Rating
:
8.4 / 10
Release Date
:
18 November 1975
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 13 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
While serving time for insanity at a state mental hospital, implacable rabble-rouser, Randle Patrick McMurphy inspires his fellow patients to rebel against the authoritarian rule of head nurse, Mildred Ratched.

Cast Overview :

Randle Patrick McMurphy
by: Jack Nicholson
Nurse Mildred Ratched
by: Louise Fletcher
Martini
by: Danny DeVito
Harding
by: William Redfield
Orderly Turkle
by: Scatman Crothers
Billy Bibbit
by: Brad Dourif
Taber
by: Christopher Lloyd
Chief Bromden
by: Will Sampson
Dr. John Spivey
by: Dean R. Brooks
Ellis
by: Michael Berryman
Charlie Cheswick
by: Sydney Lassick
Jim Sefelt
by: William Duell
Fredrickson
by: Vincent Schiavelli
Col. Matterson
by: Peter Brocco
Miller
by: Alonzo Brown
Warren
by: Mwako Cumbuka
Bancini
by: Josip Elic
Beans Garfield
by: Ken Kenny
Washington
by: Nathan George
Hap Arlich
by: Ted Markland
Rose
by: Louisa Moritz
Candy
by: Mews Small
Scanlon
by: Delos V. Smith Jr.
Nurse Itsu
by: Lan Fendors
Nurse Pilbow
by: Mimi Sarkisian
Harbor Master
by: Mel Lambert
Night Supervisor
by: Kay Lee
Ellsworth
by: Dwight Marfield
Ruckley
by: Tin Welch
Lady on Pier (uncredited)
by: Aurore Clément
Woman in Crowd on Pier (uncredited)
by: Anjelica Huston
Actress on TV Screen (uncredited)
by: Audrey Landers
Captain on Shore (uncredited)
by: Saul Zaentz

Member Reviews :

**Subject to the silliest of internet theories** There are a lot of movie theories but the silliest of all is this nonsense that is all over the internet claiming that _the Chief killed the unresponsive McMurphy because he thought McMurphy was ignoring him._ These idiots claim the Chief did not notice the scars on McMurphy's head and simply thought the unresponsive McMurphy was ignoring him - so the Chief kills him in a fit of rage. Ridiculous. The Chief killed McMurphy as an act of _kindness_. Chief was releasing McMurphy - a once spirited man now reduced to a vegetable thanks to the control freak, _Nurse Wretched._ This classic movie still holds up after all these years and is a compelling story of blossoming friendships in a lunatic asylum. Nicholson shines in his best performance and is ably supported by Christopher Lloyd, Brad Dourif and Danny DeVito.
  Charles Dance