Speaking of the Nixie comic continuing while he is stationed in the Pacific theater Kent says, "Watch what happens when he whistles in the ear of that white horse." In Japanese propaganda photos, Emperor Hirohito was often shown riding his majestic white stallion Shirayuki (to make the short emperor look taller). In the US that horse became a symbol of Hirohito's power and position. Knocking him off that high horse was a popular image.
Nobody's too old for anything, but unhappiness!
On a door in the ward in which we first see Russell plying her trade, there appears -- in raised lettering, no less -- the embarrassingly misspelled legend "Neuro-Pyschiatric Ward."
If you have wanderlust, our five movie and TV picks will take you on a journey to the south of France, to the backroads of South America, and to the Great Pyramids in Egypt.
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