A comedy following the exploits of three volunteer nurses, or 'candy stripers'. Marisa, who has been ordered to do volunteer work as a punishment for assaulting her teacher, falls for a young man who has been accused of knocking over a gas station, and does some investigating to try and clear his name. Sandy, on the other hand, has taken the job in order to be with her doctor boyfriend, but also takes up with a few of her handsomer patients as well before transferring to a sex clinic. Dianne, meanwhile, falls for a basketball player, whom she tries to talk into giving up drugs for good.
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The movie downplayed the political element that featured in earlier nurses films in favour of humour, although it was still there. See more
Dianne wakes Cliff and explains that she needs to go home. His face does not move but his voice is heard "Yeah, sure, let me know when we get to Bakersfield." See more
Hey, I know you. You're the guy that held up the gas station last night... excuse me!
I'm innocent, in case you're interested.
And I'm Jackie Onassis; drop by the yacht sometime!
Referenced in Dear Phone