Hard-hitting news editor Jim Branch falls for high-society type Sharon Norwood but can't get to first base as he continually makes use of her knowledge of the rich and famous to try to ... See full summary »
Robert Z. Leonard
A dedicated young doctor places his patients above everyone else in his life. Unfortunately, his social register fianceé can't accept the fact that he considers an appointment in the operating room more important that attending a cocktail party. He soon drifts into an affair with a pretty nurse who shares his passion for healing.Written by
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The original Broadway production of "Men in White" by Sidney Kingsley opened on September 26, 1933 at the Broadhurst Theatre, ran for 351 performances and won the Pulitzer Prize in Drama in 1934. See more »
Near the end of the film, Dr. Ferguson picks up the telephone before the paging operator even finishes saying his name. See more »
[Walking into the hospital library]
Hey, does anyone got anything to eat? A chocolate bar or anything? I'm hungry.
Slop's at 12:30.
Slop! Live the life of a fireman and eat slop! All we need is a pole to slide down.
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As mentioned in Moe Howard's book MOE HOWARD & THE 3 STOOGES (Citadel Press, 1977), MEN IN BLACK (1934) an early Three Stooges short made at Columbia Pictures was a take off on MEN IN WHITE. "For duty and humanity" is a phrase used numerous times throughout this twenty minute comedy and is a central theme in the Clark Gable film which was released earlier that same year. MEN IN BLACK, which contains another reoccurring phrase (which many Three Stooges fans will remember immediately) "Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard", was nominated for the Academy Award in 1934 for best short. An abbreviated version of this short was reenactment in the ABC-TV movie THE THREE STOOGES (1999) which was produced by Mel Gibson, a well know Stooges enthusiast.
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