Doctor in the House

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Doctor in the House

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The "Doctor" series follows the misadventures of the Medical personnel at St Swithin's Hospital. the first 2 series entitled "Doctor In the House" sees a group of students trying to achieve the "Doctor" title Inside St Swithin's. This Group was constituted by Michael Upton (Barry Evans), Dick Stuart- Clark (Geoffrey Davies), Paul Collier (George Layton), Duncan Waring (Robin Nedwell), Huw Evans (Martin Shaw), Dave Briddock (Simon Cuff) and Danny Hooley (Jonathan Lynn). The third series Entitled "Doctor At Large sees Robin Nedwell, Martin Shaw, Simon Cuff and Jonathan Lynn out of the series. By this time we get the chance to see Doctor Upton's career as a medical doctor, and the obvious disasters that come with it. Also in that series is Richard O'Sullivan's introduction as Dr. Lawrence Bingham. The 4th and 5th series Entitled "Doctor In Charge" Saw Barry Evans departure from the series, and the return of Robin Nedwell.
Barry Evans

Barry Evans

Michael Upton [1-3]

Richard O'Sullivan

Richard O'Sullivan

Lawrence Bingham [ 3-5 ]

Robin Nedwell

Robin Nedwell

Duncan Waring [ 1-2,4-10 ]

George Layton

George Layton

Paul Collier [ 1-5,8,10 ]

Ernest Clark

Ernest Clark

Professor Sir Geoffrey Loftus/Captain Norman Loftus

Geoffrey Davies

Geoffrey Davies

Dick Stuart-Clark

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  • Hilarious

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    "Doctor in the House" follows the hilarious misadventures of medical students at a British teaching hospital.

    This was one of my favorite British comedies of the late sixties. It was a very diverse cast with Michael Upton (the late Barry Evans), Paul Collier (George Layton), Duncan Waring (Robin Nedwell), and Dick Stuart-Clark (Geoffrey Davies). This British comedy had the recurring theme of the medical students trying to get out of work while chasing every nurse they lay their eyes on. Bathroom humor and sexual innuendo were always dosed out, and they kept me in stitches. The comedy was first rate and the storlines were very funny.







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