Bing's medical career went from bad (Stagecoach) to worse in the 1971 TV movie "Dr. Cook's Garden," where he played a small-town physician (shown in photo) who would "prune" the members of his community much like a gardener would cut away diseased or unsightly parts of plants. In the end Dr. Cook got a taste of his own medicine. Unlike the real-life Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Dr. Cook alone made the decision as to who should live and who should die. The "patient" did not get to choose.
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