In Doc Hollywood, Michael J. Fox plays Ben Stone, a hotshot plastic-surgery specialist, who gets into his ’56 Porsche Speedster and heads for Beverly Hills.
But he is detained in the small town of Grady, South Carolina, whose claim to notoriety is being the Squash Capital of the South. The town stands for the simpler and finer qualities in life.
Stone’s acquired humanism is reflected in reading letters to illiterate patients and walking pet pigs. If you have any doubts about the outcome of the film’s big question, will Ben stay in the small town or go Hollywood (in more senses than one), wake up, you have not been to the movies in a long time.