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HISTORY

According to records in the Warner Bros. Archive at USC, the title of Robert E. Sherwood and Bertram Bloch's original story, and an early working title of the film, was Good Night Nurse. According to an item in the Dec 1925 Photoplay, the working title was Nighty-Night Nurse.
       Contemporary sources variously list the tile of the film as Oh! What a Nurse and Oh What a Nurse ... More Less

According to records in the Warner Bros. Archive at USC, the title of Robert E. Sherwood and Bertram Bloch's original story, and an early working title of the film, was Good Night Nurse. According to an item in the Dec 1925 Photoplay, the working title was Nighty-Night Nurse.
       Contemporary sources variously list the tile of the film as Oh! What a Nurse and Oh What a Nurse . More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
7 Mar 1926.
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National Board of Review Magazine
Mar-Apr 1926
p. 23.
New York Times
22 Feb 1926
p. 14.
Photoplay
Dec 1925
p. 104.
Variety
24 Feb 1926
p. 43.
DETAILS
Alternate Titles:
Good Night Nurse
Nighty-Night Nurse
Release Date:
20 March 1926
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 21 February 1926
Copyright Claimant:
Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
Copyright Date:
20 February 1926
Copyright Number:
LP22416
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,930
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Cub reporter Jerry Clark substitutes for Dolly Wimple, the editor of a newspaper advice-to-the-lovelorn column, and advises wealthy June Harrison not to marry Clive Hunt, a man whom she does not love. This advice maddens June's penniless uncle, political boss Tim Harrison, who is in league with Hunt to get his hands on June's fortune. After a series of mad adventures involving rumrunners and female impersonators, Jerry saves June from a forced marriage with Hunt and marries her ... +


Cub reporter Jerry Clark substitutes for Dolly Wimple, the editor of a newspaper advice-to-the-lovelorn column, and advises wealthy June Harrison not to marry Clive Hunt, a man whom she does not love. This advice maddens June's penniless uncle, political boss Tim Harrison, who is in league with Hunt to get his hands on June's fortune. After a series of mad adventures involving rumrunners and female impersonators, Jerry saves June from a forced marriage with Hunt and marries her himself. +

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