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Naughty Nurse (1969)

| Comedy, Short
A doctor and nurse sneak away for a kinky encounter, only to be interrupted by a cop...with a secret of his own.

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Paul Bartel

Writer:

Paul Bartel
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Cast overview:
Valorie Armstrong Valorie Armstrong ... Naughty Nurse
Ron Grathwohl Ron Grathwohl ... Naughty Doctor
Christopher St. John ... Naughty Cop (as Chris St. John)
Alix Elias ... Nurse Dorothy
Dennis Helfend Dennis Helfend ... Nasty Orderly
Robert Downey Sr. ... Desk Clerk
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A doctor and nurse sneak away for a kinky encounter, only to be interrupted by a cop...with a secret of his own.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Okay..... Utterly Bizarre
19 May 2002 | by TelevisionJunkieSee all my reviews

This 8 minute short film, which was made as a companion to play with Paul Bartel's less-than-feature-length "The Secret Cinema," is a definite curio. The very thin plot revolves around a nurse and doctor, who meet in a cheap hotel and proceed to dress in leather-studded undergarments and rubber bands... While this isn't a XXX flick, as the porno-esque title would suggest, it creates an erotic atmosphere - an atmosphere that's appropriate of the Corman films Bartel went on to do, but not appropriate as a companion to "The Secret Cinema." It would've played much better with "Death Race 2000" or perhaps "Eating Raoul." This film wasn't bad, nor was it fantastic, just a curio with a strange ending....


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