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Teenage Nurses (1974)

The world's first Vaudeville/Musical/Porno Movie. Doug Collins and Avind Harum had made a hilarious but unsaleable film called, "An American in Bethesda". Viet Nam vets in the Bethesda VA ... See full summary »

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(as Oscar Tripe),
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Cast

Cast overview:
Valerie Marron ...
The Head Nurse (as Veronica Melon)
Jeffrey Hurst ...
Dr. Canute (as George Hawks)
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The Red Baroness (as Janet Chambers)
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Fred (as Fred Perna)
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Patient Next to Joe (as Dorian Patch)
Nancy Wang ...
Nurse Le Ahn
Sandi Foxx ...
Nurse Lovelace (as Sandy Morelli)
Haya Landau ...
Nurse Leila
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The world's first Vaudeville/Musical/Porno Movie. Doug Collins and Avind Harum had made a hilarious but unsaleable film called, "An American in Bethesda". Viet Nam vets in the Bethesda VA Hospital are entertained by various Vaudeville performers; comedians, tap dancers, singers, Adagio Dancers with a 12 foot python, etc. During the show, the patients, including one amputee, have sex with the hospital's nurses. Doug couldn't sell this thing to anybody so Bill Markle and I bought it, added some more sex scenes, a laugh track, and sold it to Teddy and Tom, the Greeks who owned the Capri Theater as, "Teenage Nurses." Audiences were horrified, the Greeks were pissed, and Al Goldstein said the following about Teenage Nurses, "Pornography loses its innocence, and succumbs to moral rot in this puker." I thought I had died and gone to heaven. Written by Shaun Costello

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Adult

Certificate:

X
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1 September 1975 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

The Youngest Nurses  »

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Trivia

Teenage Nurses played at New York's Capri Cinema for 9 weeks, from 14 May - 15 July 1974, one of the longest runs in the history of the cinema. See more »

Goofs

Shaun Costello plays two characters. One is Joe the patient. The other is a TV reporter wearing Groucho Marx glasses. This reporter calls himself Walter Boynton, then later Arthur Boynton, then back to Walter etc. for no apparent reason. It is impossible to tell just what the character name really is due to what appears to be a continuity error. See more »


Soundtracks

There Will Never Be Another You
(uncredited)
Composed by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
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