Good Morning, Nurse Trailer

Good Morning, Nurse Trailer (1925)

30 May 1925 12 mins

Roland Royce (Ralph Graves) takes his family and a beautiful nurse (Olive Borden) on a camping trip but everything goes wrong.

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Cast

Ralph Graves

as Roland Royce

Olive Borden

as Nurse May Ward

Marvin Loback

as Davenport Ward

William McCall

as Mr. Royce - Roland's Father

Eva Thatcher

as Mrs. Royce - Roland's Mother

Patrick Kelly

as Butler

Irving Bacon

as Servant

Eli Stanton

as Truck Driver

Crew

Lloyd Bacon

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 30 May 1925

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Tumbleweeds Trailer (1925)

27 December 1925

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Isn't Life Terrible? Trailer (1925)

05 July 1925

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Maciste in Hell Trailer (1925)

19 October 1925

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Our Heavenly Bodies Trailer (1925)

14 September 1925

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01 January 1925

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Alice Cans the Cannibals Trailer (1925)

01 January 1925

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The Iron Mule Trailer (1925)

12 April 1925

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Felix Gets the Can Trailer (1925)

07 June 1925

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His People Trailer (1925)

01 November 1925

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Variety Trailer (1925)

16 November 1925

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The Big Parade Trailer (1925)

05 November 1925

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The Lost World Trailer (1925)

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