HysteriaDVD - 2012
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Franln May 04, 2016
Hard to believe doctors actually "treated" women in this manner for their "ailments". Truth is stranger than fiction as they say.
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Edmund: Mortimer, must you wear
that ghastly hand brace?
Mortimer: I must find some way to attend to these women properly.
Edmund: I believe the French have quite a bit of luck using their tongues.
Mortimer: Please be serious.
We're speaking of my patients. They need me. Perhaps for the first time, I feel... truly useful.
Edmund: Aren't you a rainy day?
Charlotte: Dr. Granville. Trawling for patients? I'm afraid you'll find no
cases of hysteria here. Women are all too busy trying to find enough to eat.
Another woman: Ah, Miss Dalrymple.
Always speaking out of turn.
Mortimer: No. I came to enquire about
Miss Fannie's broken ankle.
Charlotte: A house call?
Mortimer: Surely there's no harm in
following up with a patient?
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