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Doctor In The House (1946)

world ungraciously without waiting for me I decided I would strangle it.
I turned off the main road towards the brewery, but after a few hundred yards I had to admit I was lost. Even the pubs were unfamiliar. I now offered no resistance to my environment and submissively felt the moisture seeping through my shoes. I leant against a sheltering door-post, preparing to meet death in as gentlemanly a way as possible.
At that moment a police car, forced like myself into the snow, stopped in front of me. The driver swung his light on my load and on myself, and had no alternative than to decide I was a suspicious character. He asked for my identity card.
'Quick!' I said dramatically. `I am going to a woman in childbirth.'
'Swithin's?' asked the policeman.
`Yes. It may be too late. I am the doctor.' `Hop in the back!'
There is nothing that delights policemen more than being thrown into a midwifery case. There is a chance they might have to assist in the performance, which means a picture in the evening papers and congratulatory beer in the local. The constable who walked into St Swithin's one afternoon with an infant born on the lower deck of a trolley bus looked as pleased as if he were the father.
The warm police car took me to the address, and the crew abandoned me with reluctance. It was a tall, dead-looking tenement for ever saturated with the smells of brewing and shunting. I banged on the knocker and waited.
A thin female child of about five opened the door.
`I'm the doctor,' I announced.
The arrival of the obstetrician in such a briskly multiplying area caused no more stir than the visit of the milkman.

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