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Doctors & Nurses (1981)

A bunch of kids play the game of Doctors and Nurses - of the inoffensive dress-up kind - tending a bunch of adults suffering from a variety of ailments.

Director:

Maurice Murphy
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Pamela Stephenson ... Permanent Wave
Bert Newton ... Mr Cody
Richard Meikle Richard Meikle ... The President
Drew Forsythe Drew Forsythe ... Katz
Andrew McFarlane ... Milligan
Graeme Blundell ... Mr X
June Salter June Salter ... Lady Cliquot
Terry Bader Terry Bader ... Mr Gleeson
Bill Young ... Agent 1
Lance Curtis Lance Curtis ... Agent 2
Bill McCluskey Bill McCluskey ... Producer
Rebecca Rigg ... Mercia King
Jason Samuels Jason Samuels ... Bud Abel
Miguel López Miguel López ... Juan Peron
Jeremy Larsson Jeremy Larsson ... Rupert Young
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A bunch of kids play the game of Doctors and Nurses - of the inoffensive dress-up kind - tending a bunch of adults suffering from a variety of ailments.

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A Prescription for Laughter

Genres:

Family | Comedy

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 December 1981 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Australia

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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ER kiddie fare
7 November 1998 | by emmSee all my reviews

DOCTORS AND NURSES is a must-see for families who require nothing but wholesome goodness. It's getting hard to look for now, but it's worth the misery. Aussie tykes portray themselves as doctors and nurses who help the sick grown-up patients and they end up in weird complications along the way. A "family" movie is tough to describe nowadays, so call it a comedy instead. It does well for its kind and it has a different satiric approach when compared to serious hospital dramas on TV. Like other "family" movies, the conclusion is always perilous until the day is saved, but it stands out as imaginatively funny. Best feature: the announcer trying his best to yap the entire scroll of its end credits! This is labeled as a "kiddie soap opera". It's worth a find.


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