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Doctor In The House (1946)

into one another's palms until the night Sister is due on her round. The student pours soft endearments over the girl like treacle on a pudding, though his technique is sometimes ruined by his being interrupted in a delicate submission to her charms by a rough voice from the nearest bed demanding `Can I 'ave the bedpan please, nurse?'
Benskin's romance might have ended harmlessly if it had not been for a lapse on the last night of our appointment. We were on duty together, and to celebrate the end of the session we persuaded the casualty nurse to do our work and spent the evening in the King George. At closing time Benskin rushed to see his night nurse, while I flopped into bed.
Just after three I was shaken awake. Automatically I reached for my trousers, thinking it was the porter demanding my attendance in the accident room : but it was Benskin. He was in a pitiful state.
`Old man!' he said urgently. `You've got to help me ! Something terrible's happened!'
I tried to concentrate on the disaster.
`What's up?' I asked sleepily.
`You know that girl up in the ward-Molly. Remember, the one I've been popping up to see?'
`Umm.,
'Well-listen, old man, don't go to sleep for God's sake ! Tonight I nipped up to see her as usual, and I was brimming over a bit with the old joys of spring and so forth owing to being full of beer....'
`Disgusting.'
`. .. and God Almighty, before I knew where I was I'd proposed to the damned woman!'

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