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Night Call Nurses (1972)

R | | Thriller | June 1972 (USA)
The sweet and perky Barbara, the sunny Janis, and the responsible Sandra are a trio of young and attractive nurses who work in the psych ward at a hospital. The threesome really have their ... See full summary »

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Patty Byrne ...
Barbara (as Patti T. Byrne)
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Janis (as Alana Collins)
Mittie Lawrence ...
Sandra
Clint Kimbrough ...
Dr. Bramlett
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Jude
Richard Young ...
Kyle Toby
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Kit
Christopher Law ...
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Jon Sampson
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Warden Kelley
Martin Ashe ...
Bathrobe Benny
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Kate Monahan ...
Nurse Mayall
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Mr. Jensen
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The sweet and perky Barbara, the sunny Janis, and the responsible Sandra are a trio of young and attractive nurses who work in the psych ward at a hospital. The threesome really have their hands full dealing with nutty patients, creepy stalkers, and black revolutionaries. Written by Woodyanders

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It's always harder at night.

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Jonathan Kaplan originally wanted Dick Miller to play a flasher in this movie, but was convinced by Roger Corman to create another more suitable part for Miller instead. See more »

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Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 8 (2002) See more »

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Fun drive-in comedy.
6 November 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The third entry in Roger Corman's "nurse" series marked the feature directing debut for Jonathan Kaplan, who went on to make such diverse fare as "Truck Turner", "Over the Edge", "Heart Like a Wheel", "The Accused", and "Unlawful Entry". With a script by George Armitage (who'd directed the previous nurse flick, "Private Duty Nurses"), it gives each of its three extremely comely gals their own story thread. Among other things, the gals get stalked / harassed by a creep who sends them letters, one has her consciousness raised by a new acquaintance, a black revolutionary, and another gets involved with a likable, talkative speed freak cowboy truck driver. There are some enjoyable bits throughout, if no real fireworks, but Kaplan knows full well what fans of exploitation fare want, and he delivers it - over and over again, with various scenes of delectable nudity. Naturally, the leading ladies are appealing and oh so easy to admire: the sweet Barbara (Patty Byrne), the serious minded Sandra (Mittie Lawrence), and the upbeat Janis (Alana Stewart). A fine cast of familiar faces is a true pleasure. Clint Kimbrough is the arrogant Dr. Bramlett, Felton Perry is the impassioned Jude, Richard Young is Kyle, the aforementioned truck driver, Dennis Dugan is cheerful orderly Kit, Stack Pierce is convict Jon Sampson, and the *always* welcome, and *always* funny, Dick Miller makes the most of his brief screen time as horny motorist Mr. Jensen. Armitages' script is often funny and occasionally weird (what *is* with that sequence of people pretending to be a machine?), and injects the kind of social & political commentary that was sometimes to be found in these Corman productions. Offbeat characters such as amiable compulsive flasher Bathrobe Benny (Martin Ashe) and sleazy pharmaceuticals peddler E. Eddie Edwards (Robert Staats) add to the fun. R. Michael Stringer does the slick cinematography and there's a good 'n' groovy rock soundtrack to help things move along well. Overall, this is worth watching for trash film enthusiasts. Seven out of 10.


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