Women who work in hospitals are widely assumed to be drawn to the heightened emotion and inflamed passions that come with proximity to life and death in their rawest forms. Which explains why the nurse trainees of Candy Stripe Nurses (1974) are all so eager to shuck their candy-striper tunics and engage in holistic hanky-panky with doctors and patients alike. The many skin scenes are active, well-lit, and lingering. The featured girls hail from near the top of the B pantheon, with one--Robin Mattson--being of soap-opera quality. Robin exposed her clothed carnal charisma on such TV staples as All My Children, The Guiding Light, and, fittingly enough, General Hospital.