Fast Times at Ridgemont High | 1982
Clip Name: Anatomy Class
Come on. Hurry up. Hurry up.
Today we're going to explore how this hospital preserves human life.
We'll be visiting every floor where these fine doctors and nurses...
take care of us in life... and in death.
Over 30 children are delivered here each day.
Dr. Kramer to the nurses' station.
Good morning, Doctor.
Class, this is Dr. Miller.
He'll be joining us for the last part of our tour today.
If you guys will follow me, please.
I'd like to ask you one last time.
Conduct yourselves with the utmost maturity.
You in my class?
I am today.
Who are these guys?
Most of them are derelicts.
They sold their bodies to medicine for money.
About $30, I think?
This gentleman here is named Arthur.
Arthur was good enough to die last week of heart failure.
We are fortunate today to view his body...
in its pristine state.
Here an incision has been made.
The ribs have been sawed off,
allowing us to remove the breastplate...
and really observe the human organs as they exist in their natural state.
Here we have the human lungs.
And here is the human heart which, you can see,
is actually located in the center of your chest.