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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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Sadie Harris: I wanted to see you about Miss Benton. I want her for my nurse.
Nurse McKenna: Everyone does. She's one of our best nurses.
Sadie Harris: Oh, I'll pay extra.
Nurse McKenna: I think it can be arranged. I wish we had more like her. They're very hard to find.
Sadie Harris: It's a problem, isn't it, getting good girls? I have the same trouble over at my place.
Nurse McKenna: Oh yes, Miss Benton told me. You have sort of a... a beauty parlor?
Sadie Harris: Yeah, I guess you *could* call it that.
Nurse McKenna: I see.
Sadie Harris: Ya know, your best girls are always leaving ya, setting up in business for ...
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The Goldfish Song
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Music by Sammy Fain
Lyrics by Irving Kahal
Performed by Vince Barnett at the party
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Hospital-Bound Melodrama More Sappy Than Snappy
27 September 2001 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

Quite enjoyable until the contrivances add up to an annoying level. OK acting, but nothing but stereotypes inhabit this General Hospital melodrama. Bebe Daniels is indistinguishable from Kay Francis and other beautiful, benevolent and noble female leads of the 30s. Some good one-liners, but not meat on the bones. "Men in White", another hospital drama from the same period, holds up much better.


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