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Bedside Manner(1945)

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  • Delightful!

    • el debbo
    • 2/20/16

    This is a wonderful movie, made during the War, that showed what it was like on the homefront --- and how everyone was pitching in. First off, Dr. Hedy Fredericks picks up 3 hitchhiking G.I.'s, then they stop by the small town eatery where there is a long, long line of lunch customers patiently waiting. They arrive at her uncle's overcrowded medical practice and instead of a local young man parking cars (of course the doctor's office has a valet!), there is an old granny directing traffic. She takes the keys to Hedy's swank convertible and roars away, deftly backing it into a tight parking spot. The feeling of "We're all in it together" is strong throughout the movie. The actors are great, Ruth Hussey as Hedy looks like she's suturing or operating for-REAL; John Carroll as Morgan is handsome and funny. There are 3 perennial G.I.'s---I've seen them as soldiers in SO many movies. And two stalwarts who worked as character actors for 50 years: Esther Dale and Charles Ruggles. As soon as you see them in the hometown medical office, you get a cozy feeling. This dvd is available in the TCM Shop as of this date, I don't know why they have it unlisted here. Except it was re-named "Her Favorite Patient".That may be why. 5 wonderful silver stars.

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