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NURSES TV CAST - SCRIPT SIGNED CIRCA 1994 CO-SIGNED BY: ED McMAHON, LONI ANDERSON, ARNETIA WALKER, DAVID RASCHE, KIP GILMAN, MARY JO KEENEN, ADA MARIS, CARLOS LACAMERA - HFSID 255739

NURSES CAST: LONI ANDERSON, ED McMAHON, DAVID RASCHE, ARNETIA WALKER, CARLOS LACAMARA, KIP GILMAN, MARY JO KEENEN, and ADA MARIS Script for the second-to-last episode of Nurses, entitled The Big Jack Attack. This script was signed by the primaries of Nurses' third and last season cast.

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NURSES CAST: LONI ANDERSON, ED McMAHON, DAVID RASCHE, ARNETIA WALKER, CARLOS LACAMARA, KIP GILMAN, MARY JO KEENEN, and ADA MARIS
Script for the second-to-last episode of Nurses, entitled The Big Jack Attack. This script was signed by the primaries of Nurses' third and last season cast.
Script signed: "Arentia Walker", "Ed McMahon", "Ada Maris", "Carlos Lacamara", "Loni Anderson", "Kip Gilman", "Mary Jo Keenen" and "David Rasche", 51p, 8¼x10¾, bound in white paper with brass fasteners. Final draft script dated Feb. 2, 1994 for the episode The Big Jack Attack from the TV series Nurses. This episode first aired on April 23, 1994 as the second-to-last episode of the third and last season. Nurses (1991-1994) was a spinoff of NBC's Empty Nest (which was itself a spinoff of The Golden Girls). It concerned a group of nurses working at the same hospital as Dr. Harry Watson, the main character in Empty Nest. DAVIOD RASCHE joined the cast in season two, as did LONI ANDERSON in the final season, in an effort to boost ratings, so the signatures on this script represent many of the series' primaries during its final season. An actress since childhood, LONI ANDERSON, born in 1945, reached stardom as Jennifer Marlowe on the TV sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati (1978-1982). Nominated for two Emmy Awards (1980, 1981) and three Golden Globes (1980, 1981 and 1982) for the role, Anderson was in constant demand for TV movies, including portrayals of actresses Jayne Mansfield (1980) and Thelma Todd (1991). Her feature film credits include Stroker Ace (1983), in which she co-starred with her future husband (1988-1995), Burt Reynolds. Their stormy and much publicized marriage ended in divorce. Anderson went on to appear in films and make guest appearances on several TV series, including a recurring role as Kiki Spelling in So noTORIous (2006). ED MCMAHON (1923-2009) worked with Johnny Carson on the TV quiz show, Who Do You Trust? (1958-1962), then served as Carson's announcer on The Tonight Show (1962-1992), with his famous introductory line, "Heerre's ... Johnny". McMahon hosted other TV quiz and variety programs, including the talent contest, Star Search (1983-1995). He is perhaps equally famous for being a spokesman for the Publishers' Clearinghouse contest. DAVID RASCHE (born in 1944) is an American actor whose best-known role is probably the uber-violent vigilante cop with the gun fetish in the Dirty Harry send-up Sledge Hammer! (1986-1988). Rasche got his start on stage in 1976 and made his TV debut in 1977, and has since racked up a total of over 80 movies and TV shows and four appearances on Broadway. Rasche has often had obsessive characters thrown his way - case in point, the nuclear-armed anti-nuke activist in the War of the Worlds-like pseudo-newscast Special Bulletin (1983) - which may have led to his getting the role of Sledge Hammer. He has more recently appeared as Robert Gardener in All My Children (2008). WALKER, born in 1956, has been a cast regular on four TV series: Nurses (1991-1994), The Bighouse (2004), and Popular (1999-2000). Since starring in the 1987 Broadway revival of Dream Girls, she is the only actress to have played all 3 of the female leads. Her feature films include Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills (1989). CARLOS LACAMARA, born in 1958, is an American actor with almost 80 movies and TV shows to his credit since 1982. A frequent guest star on TV, he has has recurring roles on Nurses (1991-1993), Silk Stalkings (1997-1998), The Brothers Garcia (2000-2003) and Close to Home (2006-2007). KIP GILMAN is an American stage and TV actor with almost 50 movies and TV shows to his credit since 1976. A frequent guest star on TV, Gilman has had recurring roles in Dorothy (1979), Trapper John, M. D. (1986) and Studio 5-B (1989) and appeared as Dr. Hank Kaplan on Nurses (1991-1994). MARY JO KEENEN, is an American actress with 13 movies and TV shows to his credit. A frequent guest star on TV, she had recurring roles in City (1990) and Nurses (1991-1994). ADA MARIS is a Mexican American actress with almost 30 movies and TV shows to her credit since 1985. A frequent guest star on TV, she has had recurring roles on Nurses (1991-1994) and The Brothers Garcia (2000-2003). Fine condition.

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