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Rosie Dixon - Night Nurse (1978)

Young Rosie Dixon starts her nurse training at St Adelaide's Hospital, but the student doctors and randy male patients just can't keep their hands off her.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Debbie Ash ...
Carolyne Argyle ...
Penny Green (as Caroline Argyle)
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Matron
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Sir Archibald MacGregor
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Mr. Arkwright
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Mrs. Dixon
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Mr. Dixon
Lance Percival ...
Jake Fletcher
Bob Todd ...
Mr. Buchanan
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Peter Mantle ...
Ian Sharp ...
Dr.Seamus MacSweeney
Jeremy Sinden ...
David Timson ...
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Young Rosie Dixon starts her nurse training at St Adelaide's Hospital, but the student doctors and randy male patients just can't keep their hands off her.

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It's fun to be a nurse like Rosie!! See more »

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February 1978 (UK)  »

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Trivia

Last film of Arthur Askey See more »

Goofs

When Rosie and Tom make love in the attic late in the movie Rosie's bra straps are on and off her shoulders in alternate shots. See more »

Quotes

Geoffrey Ramsbottom: You know, eh, my grandmother died at Queen Adelaides. She said it was the happiest time of her life.
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Crazy Credits

"Rosie", "Penny" and "Natalie" dressed by Lee Bender at Bus Stop See more »

Connections

References Dr. Kildare (1961) See more »

Soundtracks

Rosie
Music and Lyrics by Ed Welch
Performed by Greengage
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Carry On with dated humour
22 February 1999 | by (hong kong) – See all my reviews

British bawdy Doctors 'n' Nurses film in standard theme plot(?) introduced in the "Carry On" series of comedies. Updated for mid-1970s with introduction of full nudity. Very risque for its day, no doubt. Also very distinctive cheesy theme tune. Probably persuaded as many British adolescent males to become interested in studying for medical profession as more conventional methods.


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