Chattahoochee is a 1989 American movie directed by Mick Jackson , starring Gary Oldman and Dennis Hopper . The film is based on the real story of Chris Calhoun .
|Producer||Aaron Schwab |
|In the main|
|Dennis Hopper |
|Composer||John I. Keeney|
|Film company||Hemdale Film Corporation|
The film tells about the struggle of Emmett Fowley ( Gary Oldman ), the hero of the Korean War , who suffered severe stress from the war and tried to commit suicide, against the arbitrariness of the staff of the Chattahuchi psychiatric hospital in which he was placed. The hospital uses treatment methods bordering on torture. Relatives and another patient, Walker Benson ( Dennis Hopper ), help Foley recover.
|Gary oldman||Emmett Foley|
|Dennis Hopper||Walker benson|
|Francis McDormand||May Foley|
|Ned Beatty||Dr. Harwood|
|M. Emmett Walsh||Morris|
|Richard Portnoe||Dr. Debner|
- Chattahuchi at the Internet Movie Database
- “Chattahuchi” on the site “Video Guide”