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Florence Nightingale (Character)
from The White Angel (1936)

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Alternate Names:
Florence 'Flo' Nightingale / Miss Nightingale


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  1. "The Charles Dickens Show"
        - Health (2012) TV episode, Played by Amanda Lawrence
  2. "BBC Learning: True Stories"
        - True Stories (2012) TV episode, Played by Emily Speed / Lucinka Eisler

  3. Florence Nightingale (2008) (TV) Played by Laura Fraser
  4. Palabra por palabra (2008) Played by Simone Yenkinson
  5. NDP Philo Cafe (2006) Played by Jade Taylor
  6. Mary Seacole: The Real Angel of the Crimea (2005) (TV) Played by Michelle Bunyan
  7. "Big Train"
        - Episode #2.2 (2002) TV episode, Played by Amelia Bullmore

  8. "Histeria!"
        - Better Living Through Science (1999) TV episode, Played by Tress MacNeille
  9. "Magic Grandad"
        - Famous People: Florence Nightingale (1994) TV episode, Played by Kate Isitt
  10. "A Skirt Through History"
        - The Experiment (1994) TV episode, Played by Rosalie Crutchley
  11. "Animated Hero Classics"
        - Florence Nightingale (1993) TV episode, Played by Lisa Hart
  12. "A Word in your Era"
        - Episode #1.7 (1992) TV episode, Played by Helen Lederer
  13. Noblesse Oblige (1992) (V) Played by Lynette Edwards

  14. Florence Nightingale (1985) (TV) Played by Jaclyn Smith
  15. "Alfresco"
        - Episode #1.2 (1983) TV episode, Played by Emma Thompson

  16. "Meeting of Minds"
    ... aka "Steve Allen's Meeting of Minds" - USA (complete title)
        - Florence Nightingale/Plato/Martin Luther/Voltaire: Part 2 (1978) TV episode, Played by Jayne Meadows
        - Florence Nightingale/Plato/Martin Luther/Voltaire: Part 1 (1978) TV episode, Played by Jayne Meadows
  17. Miss Nightingale (1974) (TV) Played by Janet Suzman (as Miss Nightingale)
  18. "The Two Ronnies"
        - Episode #2.6 (1972) TV episode, Played by Sally Brace
  19. "Monty Python's Flying Circus"
        - Intermission (1970) TV episode, Played by Graham Chapman

  20. The Holy Terror (1965) (TV) Played by Julie Harris
    ... aka "George Schaefer's Showcase Theatre: The Holy Terror" - USA (series title)
    ... aka "Hallmark Hall of Fame: The Holy Terror (#14.4)" - USA (anthology series)
  21. "Emergency-Ward 10"
        - Ben Gunn's Christmas Journey (1964) TV episode, Played by Iris Russell
  22. "Looking About"
        - Florence Nightingale (1961) TV episode, Played by Clare Austin

  23. Florence Nightingale (1952) (TV) Played by Sarah Churchill
    ... aka "Hallmark Hall of Fame: Florence Nightingale (#1.6)" - USA (anthology series)
  24. The Lady with a Lamp (1951) Played by Anna Neagle

  25. The Passionate Pilgrim (1949) (TV) Played by Betty Cooper

  26. Queen of Destiny (1938) Played by Joyce Bland
    ... aka "Sixty Glorious Years" - UK (original title)
  27. Victoria the Great (1937) Played by Joyce Bland
  28. The White Angel (1936) Played by Kay Francis (as Florence 'Flo' Nightingale)
  29. Wrath of Jealousy (1936) Played by Fay Compton
    ... aka "Wedding Group" - UK (original title)

  30. Florence Nightingale (1915) Played by Elisabeth Risdon
  31. The Victoria Cross (1912) Played by Julia Swayne Gordon
    ... aka "The Charge of the Light Brigade" - USA (alternative title)

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From Florence Nightingale (1985) (TV)
Florence Nightingale: Don't you see? We have to change our attitudes towards the poor and the sick, and towards women who would go among them and help them.
William Nightingale: But how do you propose to do that?
Florence Nightingale: By example. My example.
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