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Calling Dr. Kildare (1939) was a Drama Film directed by Harold S. Bucquet and produced by Lou L. Ostrow.

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Dr. Leonard Gillespie: You know we haven't the faintest idea yet what doctors can really do. Why, there's enough money, time and labor lost through illness to pay all the debts on Earth - to say nothing of the tragedy that's caused when some little pay envelope's shy two day's wages. But there's a day coming - I won't live to see it - when man, who didn't ask to be put on this Earth, will be guaranteed by all the resources of the human race his right to health added to his rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness!


Dr. Leonard Gillespie: Well, Mrs. Thatcher, that diet you thought out for yourself has certainly given you a lovely figure.
Mrs. Thatcher: And three days a week, I don't eat any lunch at all.
Dr. Leonard Gillespie: Oh, that's fine. That's fine... Now you just keep that up. By next year, you'll have the finest figure in the cemetary. Fools! Life's given you women free of charge a most magnificient piece of machinery possible to conceive - the human body! And you try to run it without fuel! You'll eat or you'll die! Next patient!


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Daring Darleen Candlewick
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