Cinema: A Pill

The New Interns. Is there a doctor in the house? These days there usually is, and usually he's on the screen. U.S. moviemakers, struck by the popularity of TV programs about physicians and by the international success of some British medicomedies, all too often call in a pill pusher to remedy the money megrims. And the remedy often works. In 1962 The Interns, a patent preparation that cost less than $2,000,000 to manufacture, was one of Columbia's major moneymakers.

The New Interns is a second dose of the same cheap stuff, and it's a...

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