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Shelagh Turner (Character)
from "Call the Midwife" (2012)

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Call the Midwife: :  -- Trailer for Call the Midwife: Series 1

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Biography:
Sister Bernadette was born Shelagh Mannion in Scotland sometime in the mid to late 1920s... See more »
Alternate Names:
Sister Bernadette

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  1. "Call the Midwife"
        - Episode #6.8 (2017) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
        - Episode #6.7 (2017) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
        - Episode #6.6 (2017) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
        - Episode #6.5 (2017) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
        - Episode #6.4 (2017) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
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  1. Call the Midwife: The Casebook (2017) (TV) Played by Laura Main

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From "Call the Midwife: Episode #1.6" (2012)
[Sister Monica Joan has been found by the police, wandering on the banks of the River Thames, dressed only in her nightdress]
Sister Bernadette: We don't know whether she has dementia or whether she's just wilfully eccentric.
Dr. Turner: I understand. There are more medical treatises written about senile decay than you can shake a stick at. But I keep to one invariable diagnostic rule: if they're brought back by a policeman in their nightie, then they've got it.
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