NIGHT CALL NURSES (1972)

 

 

NIGHT CALL NURSES is the best film in Roger Corman’s nurses collection. Directed by the great Jonathan Kaplan (TRUCK TURNER, WHITE LINE FEVER) working from a George Armitage script (MIAMI BLUES, GROSSE POINT BLANK) and starring Alana Stewart and underused Dixie Lee Peabody (BURY ME AN ANGEL). The script is actually pretty funny and the story clicks along at good pace thanks to some characters that are more developed than they have any right to be in a film like this. Dig this good shit, Bastards.

 

 

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Jon Abrams

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    dailygri
    April 18, 2012

    Yeah, I bet she’s developed. HEY-O!

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