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Naughty Nurse (1969) is a short film by Paul Bartel.

It is the story of a nurse who goes out during her lunch break to a hotel. While she is in the taxi she puts on black stockings, once in the hotel she puts on fetish clothing. A man comes in who also wears fetish clothing. He is dominated by the woman until a police officer comes in to arrest them for having sex without being married but gets in on the action. At the end of the movie, it is revealed that they are colleagues.

Written and directed by Paul Bartel; director of photography, Jan Oonk; produced by Bartel and Katherine Dexter.

Starring Valorie Armstrong (Naughty Nurse), Ron Grathwohl (Naughty Doctor), Christopher St. John (Naughty Cop), Alix Elias (Nurse Dorothy), Dennis Helfend (Nasty Orderly) and Robert Downey Sr. (Desk Clerk).

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