Nurses, The


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The Nurses is a soap opera that aired on ABC from September 27, 1965 to March 31, 1967. The show was a continuation of a serialized primetime drama which aired on CBS originally called The Nurses when it premiered in 1962, later called The Doctors and the Nurses.

The setting was Alden General Hospital and the main characters included Mary Fickett as Liz Thorpe and Melinda Cordell as Gail Lucas, along with Claudia McNeil, Lee Patterson, Nicholas Pryor, Paul Stevens, Arthur Franz, and Lesley Woods.

The producer was Doris Quinlan, who later produced One Life to Live. Several of the performers on this show were later on One Life to Live. The music for the series was composed by Frank Lewin.

Starring Mary Fickett

Melinda Cordell

Nicholas Pryor

Paul Stevens

Lesley Woods

Lee Patterson

Country of origin United States

No. of episodes 395[citation needed]

Production

Running time 30 Minutes

Broadcast

Original channel ABC

Original run September 27, 1965 – March 31, 1967

Who talked about this show

Paul Bogart

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Paul Bogart on directing The Nurses
03:04

Bob Costello

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Bob Costello on working with Herbert Brodkin on The Nurses
04:04

Michael Dann

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Michael Dann on defending producers and voting in favor of a scene many questioned on The Nurses
00:59

Charles Dubin

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Charles S. Dubin on directing The Nurses
01:02

Louis Gossett, Jr.

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Louis Gossett, Jr. on early television appearances on shows like The Nurses and East Side/West Side
02:46

Lee Grant

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Lee Grant on appearing on two episodes of The Nurses produced by Herb Brodkin
02:35

Sidney M. Katz

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Sidney M. Katz on editing The Nurses and other Herbert Brodkin shows
01:14

Bob Markell

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Bob Markell on The Nurses
00:19

David Pressman

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David Pressman on directing the soap opera The Nurses
01:51

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