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Registered Nurse (1934)

 -  Drama  -  7 April 1934 (USA)
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Sylvia Benton
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Dr. Greg Connolly
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Dr. Hedwig
Irene Franklin ...
Sadie Harris
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Frankie Sylvestrie
Gordon Westcott ...
Jim Benton
Minna Gombell ...
Beulah Schloss
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Miss McKenna
Vince Barnett ...
Jerry
Phillip Reed ...
Bill
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Gloria Hammond
Renee Whitney ...
Ethel Smith
Virginia Sale ...
Miss Dixon
Ronnie Cosby ...
Dickie
Edward Gargan ...
Officer Pat O'Brien (as Ed Gargan)
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Drama

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7 April 1934 (USA)  »

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Registered Nurse  »

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Intern: Seems there's been a young riot down to Sadie's place.
Dr. Greg Connolly: That so? Any of the girls hurt?
Intern: A couple. Sadie too. She came in looking like a hamburger.
Hospital Employee: Doctor, you're wanted in the emergency room.
Dr. Greg Connolly: I'll be right there...
Sadie Harris: [In the emergency room, Nurse Hammond dabs at Madame Sadie's blackened eye with an alcohol swab] Whaddya wanna do? Put my eye out?
Nurse Gloria Hammond: Sorry. Seems as if somebody already beat me to it.
Sadie Harris: Yes, wait'll I lay my hands on him the big... begonia. Oh, isn't that doctor ever coming?
Nurse Gloria Hammond: Dr. ...
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Shadow Waltz
(1933) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
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Fair Pre-Code
7 January 2010 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Registered Nurse (1934)

** (out of 4)

Mildly entertaining Pre-Code from Warner about various wild characters inside a hospital. The film centers around a nurse (Bebe Daniels) who is wanted by two different doctors (Lyle Talbot, John Halliday) but she is hiding a secret about a mysterious husband that no one knows about. These personal dramas have to be dealt with as well as countless patients. With some saucy dialogue and some mild sexual innuendo, fans of the Pre-Code era might want to check this one out but I'd say most will come away disappointed because the film has so many elements in place but in the end they really don't come together to make a complete winner. The biggest problem is the screenplay that really doesn't know if it wants to be a sassy comedy or a dark drama. We get light moments followed by dark moments and none of them ever mix and I'd also add that the entire love triangle comes off rather fake and forced. I think Daniels turns in a fine performance as she really digs into her role and manages to make a character we can feel for. Talbot and Halliday are both good as well and we also get to see Humphrey Bogart's infamous wife Mayo Methot. Sidney Toler gets the most outrageous moments in the film as a wrestling promoter who ends up with a broken leg after he beats up his wife. The entire beating of the wife sequence is played for laughs so that should tell you something.


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