About the film
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Good Night, Nurse!
Release Date: June 30, 1918
|Slogan||:||«Can you imagine AMERICA'S HUMAN TANK in the role of a nurse? YES, IT CAN BE DONE. SEE AND BELIEVE.»|
|Production Companies||:||Comique Film Company|
|Director||:||Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle|
|Producers||:||Joseph M. Schenck|
|Writers||:||Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle|
Roscoe's wife, tired of his endless drunkenness, reads of an operation that cures alcoholism and has him admitted to No Hope Sanitarium to get the surgery. Roscoe, wanting out, eventually disguises himself as a nurse to effect his escape.