Night Nurse - (Original Trailer)
A nurse discovers that the children she's caring for are murder targets in the pre-code shocker Night Nurse (1931) starring Barbara Stanwyck.
Night Nurse (1931) - Slip Off Your Dress
Savvy Maloney (Joan Blondell) is impressed to learn that new hire Lora (Barbara Stanwyck) wasn't working an angle with the chief surgeon, intern Eagan (Edward Nugent) on hand for the first of director William A. Wellman's many disrobing scenes, in the pre-Code drama Night Nurse, 1931,
Night Nurse (1931) - Good Name For A Nurse
After a speedy ambulance ride, William A. Wellman keeps up the pace, pausing when heroine Barbara Stanwyck meets head nurse Dillon (Vera Lewis), who lacks the sense to hire her, before surgeon Bell (Charles Winninger) gets snared, in Night Nurse, 1931, featuring Joan Blondell and Clark Gable.
Night Nurse (1931) - A Lady Needs A Little Assistance
First night at a dodgy after-hours gig, Lora (Barbara Stanwyck) gets assaulted twice, by a sloppy drunk (Walter McGrail) who seeks her help with the plastered mother (Blanche Frederici) of her charges, then by Nick (Clark Gable, his first scene), who's clearly not just the chauffeur, in William A. Wellman's Night Nurse, 1931.