The New Interns

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The New Interns
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Directed by John Rich
Starring Michael Callan
Music by Earle Hagen
Cinematography Lucien Ballard
Edited by Gene Milford
Eda Warren
Robert Cohn Productions (as The New Interns Company)
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date
June 1, 1964
Running time
123 mins.
Country United States
Language English
Box office est. $2,670,000 (US/ Canada)[1]

The New Interns is a 1964 film directed by John Rich, and the sequel to the 1962 film The Interns, itself based on the novel of the same name by Richard Frede. It stars Michael Callan and Dean Jones. For his performance, George Segal won the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actor. The movie and its predecessor later spawned a short-lived TV show, The Interns, that aired on CBS from 1970 to 1971.[2]


After a nervous breakdown, Dr. Alec Considine comes back to New North Hospital for another year of internship. He develops an immediate attraction for a student nurse, Laura Rogers, but she's not so inclined unless he's got marriage in mind.

Social worker Nancy Terman is sexually assaulted by juvenile delinquents who grew up in the same neighborhood as Dr. Dom Riccio of the hospital's staff. New intern Dr. Tony Pirelli quarrels with Riccio and falls in love with Nancy as well.

As other personal dramas occur, including newlywed Dr. Lew Worship discovering he is sterile and cannot have children, Nancy's attackers end up in a fracas at the hospital and Alec ends up injured. After his recovery, Alec decides to marry Laura and remain on New North's staff.



  1. ^ "Big Rental Pictures of 1964", Variety, 6 January 1965 p 39.
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