The NEW Interns (1964)

123 mins | Melodrama | 1964

Director:

John Rich

Writer:

Wilton Schiller

Producer:

Robert Cohn

Cinematographer:

Lucien Ballard

Production Designer:

Don Ament

Production Company:

Robert Cohn Productions
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HISTORY

A sequel to The Interns , q. ... More Less

A sequel to The Interns , q. v. More Less

CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Dir
Asst dir
PRODUCER
WRITER
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
ART DIRECTOR
Art dir
FILM EDITORS
Film ed
Film ed
SET DECORATORS
Set dec
MUSIC
SOUND
Sd supv
MAKEUP
Makeup supv
Makeup
PRODUCTION MISC
Unit prod mgr
Tech adv
SOURCES
LITERARY
Based on characters created by Richard Frede in the novel The Interns (New York, 1960).
AUTHOR
SONGS
"Come On Let Yourself Go," words and music by Jan Berry and Artie Kornfeld, sung by The Matadors.
PERFORMER
DETAILS
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 19 August 1964
Copyright Claimant:
Robert Cohn Productions
Copyright Date:
1 June 1964
Copyright Number:
LP28210
Physical Properties:
Sound
RCA
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
123
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Playboy Alec Considine returns to New North Hospital for another year's internship after suffering a mental breakdown during his first attempt at internship. Among the new interns he guides around the hospital are the explosive Tony Parelli, a former slum boy who is soon at odds with Dr. Riccio, head of the hospital; and Phil Osterman, who smuggles his bride into the intern's quarters to live. Parelli falls in love with Nancy Terman, a social worker who goes to pieces when she is raped by delinquents whom Parelli knew from the slums. Newly married resident Dr. Lew Worship learns that he is sterile, and the news nearly wrecks his marriage, but he and his wife, Gloria, solve their problem by deciding to adopt children. Nancy's assailants are brought into the hospital following a gang fight, and they confront Parelli. After a fight in which Considine is wounded, Parelli conquers his hatred enough to make a sincere attempt to save his enemy's life. Meanwhile, Dr. Osterman's pregnant wife is discovered in the men's quarters by Mrs. Hitchcock, the house-mother, but she promises to remain silent so that the couple can live together until he completes his year of duty. Considine, who has unsuccessfully been chasing student nurse Laura Rogers, finally succumbs to her wishes and agrees to marry her. As the year ends and the interns leave the hospital, Parelli, whose rebelliousness has been tempered, decides to remain at New North as a ... +


Playboy Alec Considine returns to New North Hospital for another year's internship after suffering a mental breakdown during his first attempt at internship. Among the new interns he guides around the hospital are the explosive Tony Parelli, a former slum boy who is soon at odds with Dr. Riccio, head of the hospital; and Phil Osterman, who smuggles his bride into the intern's quarters to live. Parelli falls in love with Nancy Terman, a social worker who goes to pieces when she is raped by delinquents whom Parelli knew from the slums. Newly married resident Dr. Lew Worship learns that he is sterile, and the news nearly wrecks his marriage, but he and his wife, Gloria, solve their problem by deciding to adopt children. Nancy's assailants are brought into the hospital following a gang fight, and they confront Parelli. After a fight in which Considine is wounded, Parelli conquers his hatred enough to make a sincere attempt to save his enemy's life. Meanwhile, Dr. Osterman's pregnant wife is discovered in the men's quarters by Mrs. Hitchcock, the house-mother, but she promises to remain silent so that the couple can live together until he completes his year of duty. Considine, who has unsuccessfully been chasing student nurse Laura Rogers, finally succumbs to her wishes and agrees to marry her. As the year ends and the interns leave the hospital, Parelli, whose rebelliousness has been tempered, decides to remain at New North as a resident. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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