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Nurse Shanna (1998)

A wicked hospital administrator is still trying to bilk every dollar he can out of the hospital patients - but this time the medical staff, led by Nurse Tabitha, may end his evil reign for good.

Director:

(as Cash Markman)

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(as Cash Markman)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Brittany Andrews ...
Nurse Brittany
Steve Austin ...
Barry Fibler
Bobbi Bliss ...
Nurse Bobbi
Dee ...
Nurse Tabatha
...
Himself
Randee Lee ...
Bertha Buttleson (as Randi Lee)
...
Amanda Hope (as Shanna McCoulough)
Alec Metro ...
Alec (as Alex Metro)
Missy ...
Nurse Missy
Jonathan Morgan ...
Dr. Glasscock
Shelbee Myne ...
Rayleen (as Shelby Mine)
Sadie Sexton ...
Nurse Sadie
Randi Storm ...
Nurse Randi
Christian Todd ...
Male patient
Ron Vogel ...
Man on the gurney
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Storyline

A wicked hospital administrator is still trying to bilk every dollar he can out of the hospital patients - but this time the medical staff, led by Nurse Tabitha, may end his evil reign for good.

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Taglines:

"I'm Here To Reduce The Sweething"...

Genres:

Adult | Comedy

Certificate:

X
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Also Known As:

The Nurse, Part 3  »

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Trivia

This was part 3 of "The Nurse" trilogy from 1997 and 1998. The studio, K-Beech, owner of the adult lines Erotic Angel, Dreamland USA, and Midnight Film & Video, wanted to push its three contract girls, one representing each of the three lines. Farrah came first for Erotic Angel. Sadie Sexton was next, in "The Nurse, Part 2," for Midnight Film & Video. Tabatha Stevens was supposed to be third release, with this installment. But Stevens was a no show and the part was recast at the last minute with Dee, as Nurse Tabatha. Not feeling Dee was a big enough name to carry the movie, K-Beech chose to change the title to "Nurse Shanna" and feature Shanna McCullough on the box cover. It didn't seem to matter to the distributor that her character, Amanda Hope, was not a nurse, but the owner of the hospital. See more »

Connections

Follows The Nurse (1997) See more »

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