The English film Carry on Doctor (Thomas, 1967) begins with a long take of a nurse (played by Barbara Windsor) walking or, rather, sashaying to Eric Rogers’ bouncy orchestral soundtrack, from one hospital building to another. She wears a short pink uniform, covered with a white apron, seamed black stockings and high heels, her brassy blonde hair tied up in a messy bun under a white cap. Along her walk she passes several male admirers – a cyclist sounds his bell at her, a chauffeur bellows, “What about that then!”, and a man fixing a car responds with a loud exclaim, “phwoah!”. The nurse giggles and blows them a kiss.