Night Nurse (1931)
Lora Hart manages to land a job in a hospital as a trainee nurse. Upon completion of her training she goes to work as a night nurse for two small children who seem to be very sick, but something much more sinister is going on.- Written by Col Needham <email@example.com>
After a chance meeting with noted surgeon Dr. Arthur Bell, high school dropout Laura Hart is admitted to a nursing school in a hardscrabble big city hospital through his influence. Along the way she befriends a bootlegger with a bullet wound, but with the help of wisecracking co-worker Bea Maloney, she becomes a proficient nurse, and the young women graduate. Their first assignment is caring for two little girls in a seemingly respectable Fifth Avenue apartment inhabited by a dipsomaniac mother, indifferent housekeeper, and brutish thug of a chauffeur. Lora suspects the girls of being coldbloodedly starved to death but runs into indifference when she confronts the youngster's sinister doctor and her own supervisor, Dr. Bell. Lora is faced with the choice of resigning and abandoning her charges or staying.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
Lora works hard to qualify as a nurse, after which she is sent on assignment to a large house where two young children seem to be wasting away. Amidst the bootleggers and flappers, Lora decides something is seriously wrong. Luckily she has met Mortie who, though involved in some pretty shady stuff himself, is only too ready to help.- Written by Jeremy Perkins <email@example.com>
A nurse enlists the help of a petty criminal to foil a sinister plot to murder two children.- Written by Michael Crew <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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