Part of 'Cuckoo's Nest' hospital torn down
Workers on Monday began tearing down part of the Oregon State Hospital building where Jack Nicholson played a rebellious patient in the 1975 film classic "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." Part of the 125-year-old building will be preserved, though, and it will include a mental health museum to exhibit props from the film, including a ...
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#1 Apr 14, 2009
Disgusting. Tell me how this is appropriate and/or in good taste to promote a voyeuristic MUSEUM on the new site of the next state hospital where very real mental health patients will be housed - in this manner. How twisted and sick is this? All because we so want to keep on opportunistically linking ourselves with this made for Hollywood movie of the past filmed in Salem. Grow up Oregon and get some decency. Treat and respect the mentally ill in all of your communities. And not with obscenities like this museum as any kind of needed way to do so. This is sooooooo offensive on so many levels.
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