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Doctor In The House (1946)

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EVEN medical students must have somewhere to live. The problem of finding suitable accommodation is difficult because they are always disinclined to spend on mere food and shelter money that would do equally well for beer and tobacco. And they are not, as a rule, popular lodgers. They always sit up late, they come in drunk on Saturdays, and they have queer things in bottles in their bedrooms. On the other hand, there are a small number of landladies who think it a privilege to entertain a prospective doctor under their roof. The connection with the profession raises their social standing in the street, and the young gentlemen can always be consulted over the dinner table on the strictly private illnesses to which landladies seem distressingly liable.
I started off in lodgings in Finchley, which were clean, fairly cheap, and comfortable. The landlady had a daughter, a tall, blank-faced brunette of nineteen, an usherette at the local Odeon. One evening after I had been there about six weeks she tapped at my bedroom door.
`Are you in bed?' she asked anxiously.
`No,' I called through the door. `I'm studying. What is it?'
`It's me foot,' she said. `I think I've sprained it or something. Will you have a look at it for me?'
`In the kitchen,' I replied guardedly. `Take your stocking off and I'll be down in a minute.'
The following week she developed a pain in the calf, and

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