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Doctor In The House (1946)

box. Take your jacket off, Mr Grimsdyke. You can help me with the stomach pump.'

Benskin's stomach was washed out with bicarbonate solution, which was always kept handy to frustrate local suicides. He was given a cup of black coffee and a benzedrine tablet. By that time he maintained that he was ready to face his audience.
`It will be a pallid performance,' he admitted thickly. `But at least I shall be on my feet.'
The show was due to open in Fortitude ward, on the male surgical side. .
`Always test on men's surgical,' Grimsdyke said. `Surgical patients are either well or dead. They don't hang about in the miserable twilight like medical ones. Besides, half the medical patients have got gastric ulcers, and who can feel jolly on Christmas Day after a poached egg and a glass of milk?'
Our troupe arrived made-up and in the costume of white flannels and shirts with green bow ties that Grimsdyke had ordered. The stage was improvised on the floor at one end of the ward out of the screens otherwise used to hide patients from their companions. Grimsdyke, who succeeded in looking smart in his flannels, worried his way round his indifferent actors like the headmistress at a kindergarten play.
`Are we ready to start?' he asked anxiously. `Where's the piano?'
`It looks as if we've lost it somewhere,' I told him.
`It doesn't matter about the damned piano,' John Bottle cut in. `We've lost the beer as well.'
Grimsdyke and Bottle disappeared to find these two

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