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Police Nurse

Police Nurse is a 1963 American drama film directed by Maury Dexter and written by Harry Spalding. The film stars Ken Scott, Merry Anders, Oscar Beregi Jr., Barbara Mansell, John Holland and Byron Morrow. The film was released in May 1963, by 20th Century Fox.[1][2][3]

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Cast

  • Ken Scott as Art Devlin
  • Merry Anders as Joan Olson
  • Oscar Beregi Jr. as Dr. Leon Claudel
  • Barbara Mansell as Irene Kersey
  • John Holland as Edward Mayhall
  • Byron Morrow as Capt. Pete Ingersoll
  • Ivan Bonar as Dr. C. F. Sears
  • Jerry Murray as Terry
  • Justin Smith as Pharmacist
  • Carol Brewster as Mrs. Mayhall

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