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Carry on Nurse

UK, English, 86 mins

  • Director: Gerald Thomas
  • Writer: Patrick Cargill; Jack Beale
  • Producer: Peter Rogers; Nat Cohen

CGiii Comment

50s sexism is an eye-opening experience.
 
One of the best.
 

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The(ir) Blurb...

Set in Haven Hospital where a certain men's ward is causing more havoc than the whole hospital put together. The formidable Matron's debut gives the patients a chill every time she walks past, with only Reckitt standing up to her. There's a colonel who is a constant nuisance, a bumbling nurse, a romance between Ted York and Nurse Denton, and Bell who wants his bunion removed straight away, so after drinking alcohol, the men decide to remove the bunion themselves!

Cast & Characters

Kenneth Connor as Bernie Bishop;
Shirley Eaton as Staff Nurse Dorothy Denton;
Charles Hawtrey as Humphrey Hinton;
Hattie Jacques as Matron;
Terence Longdon as Ted York;
Bill Owen as Percy 'Perc' Hickson;
Leslie Phillips as Jack Bell;
Joan Sims as Student Nurse Stella Dawson;
Susan Stephen as Nurse Georgie Axwell;
Kenneth Williams as Oliver Reckitt;
Wilfrid Hyde-White as The Colonel;
Susan Beaumont as Nurse Frances James;
Ann Firbank as Helen Lloyd;
Joan Hickson as Sister;
Cyril Chamberlain as Bert Able

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