About the film
Doctor at Large
Release Date: March 26, 1957
|Slogan||:||«All the BARE FACTS and FIGURES That Add Up to a Young Medic's Love Life!»|
|Production Companies||:||The Rank Organisation|
|Producers||:||Betty E. Box|
|Writers||:||Nicholas Phipps, Richard Gordon|
The third of the "Doctor" films. Newly qualified doctor Simon Sparrow goes in search of a job. He applies for a surgery position at the hospital where he studied, but manages to insult the senior surgeon and one of the hospital's governors. So, instead he ends up as assistant to with a niggardly and rather scary GP with an amerous wife, followed by cushy but rather unmedical job with a Harley Street doctor, and then a job with a very nice GP whp is the opposite to the first one. But after getting the chance to rescue the hospital governor from a group of angry ladies at a resort in France, he finally lands a job at his beloved hosdpital.