Xena: Warrior Princess (1995–2001)
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Is There a Doctor in the House? 

When Xena and Gabrielle take a wounded and pregnant Ephiny to a healing temple in the middle of a civil war, Xena must take over as healer when the priests would rather pray than act.

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Gabrielle (as Renee O'Connor)
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Hippocrates (as Andrew Binns)
Ron Smith ...
Simon Farthing ...
Democritus
Paul McLaren ...
POW Leader
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Thessalian Guard
Tony Billy ...
Mitoan Warrior
Geoff Houtman ...
Gangrene Man
Dean Vipond ...
Head Wound Man (as Deane Vipond)
Harriet Crampton ...
Hysterical Woman
Adam Middleton ...
Blind Soldier
Edith ...
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When Xena and Gabrielle take a wounded and pregnant Ephiny to a healing temple in the middle of a civil war, Xena must take over as healer when the priests would rather pray than act.

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29 July 1996 (USA)  »

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Quotes

Marmax: [Over Gabrielle dying] Xena.
[pause]
Marmax: Xena! It's time to stop now. Let her cross over peacefully...
Xena: What do you know? You've killed so many!
Marmax: So have you.
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Crazy Credits

Being that war is hell, a lot of people were harmed during the production of this motion picture (but since television is a dramatic medium of make believe, all casualties removed their prosthetic make-up and went home unscathed). See more »

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