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Colleen wished she had been wearing something more presentable that the army issue undergarments that she'd bought at the base exchange, but looking into Margaret's eyes she saw that her lover of the evening didn't seem to mind.
Colleen's moans now came from deep within as she felt her sex pressing around the probing digits, which were now moving in and out of her with increasing speed.
Colleen took her up on the invitation and placed her palms on the bare parts of Margaret's breasts, caressing the warm skin with her outstretched fingers.
www.asstr.org /nifty/lesbian/celebrity/sisters-in-army-green   (6073 words)

  
 margalicious   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
McMurphy and K.C. are kidnapped by the Viet Cong and taken underground into a warren of tunnels, where their captors expect McMurphy to operate on their wounded leader.
McMurphy is in an emotional and ethical turmoil when she delivers Vinnie's buddy from death but he falls into a terminal coma; and Frankie finds herself in charge of a squad of grizzled grunts.
McMurphy meets a sympathetic drummer at a 1983 wedding and recalls the 1969 wedding of Lila and Sarge Pepper, as well as the end of her relationship with Dr. Richard.
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 NurseWeek News
McMurphy was the camp tomboy, a Florence Nightingale in olive fatigues who had grown up with several brothers and worked hard to hide her femininity, with varying degrees of success.
Such is McMurphy's appeal among nurses that many were unhappy when NURSEWEEK failed to mention Delany in a cover story on media images of nursing ("Picture Imperfect," May 7).
Delany calls McMurphy a composite of people she knows, not based on any particular character, though some suspected she was based on Diane Carlson Evans of the Vietnam Women's Memorial Project.
www.nurseweek.com /news/features/01-10/chinabeach_print.html   (1092 words)

  
 Colleen McMurphy - TheBestLinks.com - ABC, Catholic, Kansas, MASH, ...
Colleen McMurphy - TheBestLinks.com - ABC, Catholic, Kansas, MASH,...
Colleen McMurphy was a central character from the ABC televsion series China Beach, played by Dana Delany.
McMurphy, a typical Catholic girl from Kansas, enlisted into the U.S. Army, becoming a nurse for a MASH unit in Vietnam during the late 1960's.
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 China Beach
The camp's head nurse was the willful Colleen McMurphy, a woman proud of her composure and careful in her moral convictions, compassionate but capable of a scathingly condemning glance.
If McMurphy sought to discover a sheltering and resilient humanity in the ensemble's reciprocities, K.C.'s continual interest was the manipulation of the ensemble's pitifully predictable foibles from without.
McMurphy, K.C., and their supporting characters merged the sentimental education of women's melodrama, the life-and-death ethical discourse of medical dramas, and the lurid bathos of the apocalyptic war story in an ambitious format.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/C/htmlC/chinabeach/chinabeach.htm   (1247 words)

  
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The main characters were as follows: Lieutenant (later Captain) Colleen McMurphy is, as the series opens, the Head Nurse at China Beach, and the principal focus of the series.
Meanwhile, unknown to McMurphy, she was made the beneficiary on a soldier's insurance policy, and receives a $20,000 death benefit, prompting the Army to investigate possible misconduct on her part.
McMurphy shows up on K.C.'s doorstep for R&R and to make her goodbyes, as her tour of duty is up soon.
www.danadelany.com /chinabeach/chinabch.txt   (4135 words)

  
 NurseWeek News
McMurphy's integrity and her loneliness are already established.
Throughout the "China Beach" series, whether we see her caring for dying patients or getting into a fistfight with the camp prostitute, we know that where she would prefer to be is on the beach with her book.
McMurphy constantly refers to herself as "one of the guys" and does a lot of drinking to cope with tragedy.
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 Incoming!
In a drunken stupor one evening, one of those nights when she, Colleen McMurphy and Cherry White got thrown out of the Jet Set because Boonie was tired and wanted to close up and they weren't ready to quit drinking, they retreated to KC's hut and continued their party.
Colleen McMurphy mixed herself a shot of bitters and lemon, an old family remedy that usually worked pretty well at easing the symptoms of a hangover.
McMurphy wasn't quite sure she wanted to readily admit what propelled her to take KC up on her offer of companionship, regardless of what that may or may not have entailed.
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 Incoming! 2
McMurphy was quite sure she had held her breath the entire way, in fact, once inside the storage area, she could not remember how she got there.
McMurphy followed the redhead as she made her way through a dark, filthy, smelly tunnel, hoping KC knew where she was going and how to accomplish what she had planned to do.
With McMurphy holding the light, KC was laying on the desk, the top half of her leaning over the side, carefully peeling back the insulation to expose the wires and matching them up, twisting them together.
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 "China Beach" - The Characters Part 1 quiz
When I later left for a job in the states, Colleen McMurphy and I flew together because she was going home to see her ailing father.
I would have married her if she had felt the same about me. They called me the Dog Man, which is how Colleen knew I was among the injured at the hospital later on, she saw my dog.
All the feelings between Colleen and myself were still there but I found out my wife Maggie was pregnant.
www.funtrivia.com /playquiz/quiz17311013d2e58.html   (522 words)

  
 Harmonic Divergence
Barely able to breathe herself, she sensed that McMurphy might not be able to suppress her reaction to the sensation ripping through her body in waves, so she covered the nurse's mouth with her own, holding her tightly to her own body until they both started showing signs of normal respirations.
McMurphy barely got the blanket spread out when she tackled the naked nurse, planting kisses on her breasts, sealing her lips around a rock hard nipple.
McMurphy pushed some damp hair off her forehead and dipped the now ruined silk bra into the ice water in the bedpan.
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 Delany, Dana   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
as army nurse lt. colleen mcmurphy in the vietnam-era tv drama china beach,...
dana delany has the role of her life playing colleen mcmurphy, a dedicated triage nurse in vietnam.
in 1988 dana is increasingly identified with her heroine: the military nurse: colleen mcmurphy in abc tv's.
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 Dodging A Bullet
It was also something so outside the realm of Colleen McMurphy's personal boundaries, the shock now wasn't so much that she did it but that she so thoroughly enjoyed it.
When the virtuous Lieutenant McMurphy relented to the seductive spell of the redheaded temptress, KC figured it would only be to pay off the specifics of the debt, to remain honorable...so to speak.
McMurphy couldn't remember the last time - if ever - she had been this persistently excited and was still somewhat astounded that a woman was responsible.
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 Dana Delany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dana Welles Delany (born March 13, 1956 in New York City, New York) is an American film, stage, and television actress.
Known mainly for her 2-time Emmy Award winning performance as Colleen McMurphy on the ABC television show China Beach (1988-1991), Dana Delany has been an actress in films, television, and stage since the late 1970s.
After growing up in Connecticut, Dana attended Phillips Academy in Andover, then Wesleyan University.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dana_Delany   (516 words)

  
 AskMen.com - Dana Delany pictures
After college, she worked her way up the showbiz ladder, first in New York in soap operas and on Broadway, then in Los Angeles, in TV and movies.
Such roles come naturally to her, as Dana is well-known as an independent and disciplined thespian.
Such aloofness would be career suicide if Dana didn't have the dramatic goods; but of course, she has proven her talent again and again.
www.askmen.com /women/actress_200/223b_dana_delany.html   (885 words)

  
 Star Trek: The Next Generation specials from DC Comics, 1993-1995
Flashback to the arrival of Colleen McMurphy on the Enterprise with an unlimited travel warrant allowing passage on any Starfleet vessel.
Worf's brother Kurn arrives to escort the Enterprise to Qo'Nos, where McMurphy is to stand in judgement before the Klingon High Council.
Finney's role in combatting a formidable alien threat ("Debt of Honor" [TOS, DC Comics]) is reprised as is her subsequent service to Commander Kor, who was betrayed and murdered by Gowron.
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 Presidio Med review
Most of the writing was bland and uninspired, and despite all the talent on the show, it lasted only half a season.
We must have missed the scene where a physician brought coffee to a nurse who'd been driven to the edge of breakdown by the nation's pandemic nurse understaffing.
Our physician heroes, including the ex-Nurse McMurphy, also barked "orders" at nurses when under stress, with little indication that the show saw that as a problem.
www.nursingadvocacy.org /media/tv/presidio_med.html   (482 words)

  
 ShowGuide - [TV Guide Online]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Premise: This series is set in 1967 Vietnam, where perspectives on the war are shared by dispirited Army nurse Colleen McMurphy (Dana Delany) and others trying to survive through their tour of duty.
Tet '68: The Tet Offensive forces China Beach to dig in; McMurphy and K.C. are "confined" together during an attack; Cherry can't escape from a fire base before the fighting starts.
Pilot: This series is set in 1967 Vietnam, where perspectives on the war are shared by dispirited Army nurse Lt. Colleen McMurphy(Dana Delany), USO entertainer Laurette Barber (Chloe Webb) and Red Cross volunteer Cherry White (Nan Woods).
online.tvguide.com /tv/showguide/showPage.asp?iProgramID=42029   (294 words)

  
 Citizen Jane
Diane explains that she was called to intensive care one night, and that “there was a kid who was wrapped, his whole head was wrapped because he had a head injury and he had lost his face.
Dana Delany’s character, nurse Colleen McMurphy, is a no-nonsense, all-American girl: “one part flax, one part autumn leaf.
Though there are scenes in the show in which the women characters bond in their frustration at being surrounded and courted by -- and serving men -- all the time, Vartanian points out that “their solidarity is tenuous; they cannot achieve a permanent bond of trust as long as they are heterosexually competitive” (201).
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 Dana Delany - Grab.com Movies
Dana acted in a number of TV series, working steadily until she would get her own starring vehicle.
That happened in 1988, when Dana became identified with Army nurse Colleen McMurphy in ABC TV's critically-acclaimed series "China Beach" (1988), the role earning her 3 Emmy nominations and 2 Emmy Awards as Best Actress.
Dana moved onto movies, and eventually started getting starring roles in films, such as in Exit to Eden (1994).
www.grab.com /movies/p/33454   (319 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: China Beach : Video   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
This is the 1-1/2 hour pilot episode that launched the popular and much acclaimed "China Beach" TV series.
This is not a war action movie, but rather a drama about the lives of Vietnam soldiers and the nurses, Red Cross "Donut Dollies", and USO entertainers who are there for them.
Dana Delaney is stunning in the role of McMurphy -- this alone would make this a classic.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/630176627X   (661 words)

  
 Amazon.com: China Beach / Premiere Episode (1998) : Video   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A show that respected both the viewer and men and women in uniform, it was a show that became better and better with each season.
The finale finds all the members of the five and dime unit coming back together for a reunion years after the war is over and they have returned to the States.
The final scene with Colleen McMurphy at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. with her daughter brought tears and emotions to my eyes like no other television show I had seen.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/630176627X?v=glance   (1265 words)

  
 China Beach.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
We get to see Colleen handle every possible event life could throw at you and Dana pulls it off perfectly every time.
Yet, you never quite figured McMurphy out, because of China Beach's great writing and Dana's acting, there was never any predictability to the character.
Still, I sometimes wonder how Dana Delany feels about Colleen McMurphy, as to this day the character is a constant shadow, following her everywhere....
users.bigpond.net.au /rama66/cbeach.html   (324 words)

  
 Dana Delany Pics - Dana Delany News - Dana Delany Information
For her guest starring role on 'Family Law', Delany got a Best Drama Guest Actress Emmy Award nomination in 2001.
For 'China Beach', Delany played Lieutenant Colleen McMurphy and won 2 Best Drama Actress Emmy Awards in 1989 and 1992 with nominations also in 1990 and 1991.
She was nominated for Golden Globes in 1989 and 1990.
www.tv.com /dana-delany/person/1428/summary.html   (157 words)

  
 --Derek de Lint Filmography--CHINA BEACH (1989)--
They are looking for episodes on video (including me) and engage in newsgroups.
There are some sites, including the official site of Dana Delany who stars as Colleen McMurphy.
The TV series was devoted to the Vietnamese war.
www.derekdelint.com /china_beach.html   (115 words)

  
 A Visit to Vietnam: China Beach
It was not quite like M*A*S*H, television's darkly comic rendition of combat medicine during the Korean War.
The star of the show was a pretty brunette, a girl-next-door type, named Dana Delany, who played Nurse Colleen McMurphy.
Sadly, her career went into eclipse after that.
www.aarp.org /travel/destinations/africa_asia/a2004-06-04-china_beach_vietnam.html?aboutMembership=about   (574 words)

  
 China Beach (an Episode Guide)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A dashing lieutenant colonel parachutes into China Beach for some R&R and disrupts the lives of Lila, KC and Wayloo Marie.
As McMurphy's enforced R&R continues with the help of an 18-year-old medic, Boonie tries to recreate a combination spring beach frolic and senior prom.
In November 1966, fairly new guys Colleen McMurphy and Dr. Richard find themselves learning the ropes when they arrive at China Beach.
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 Reading Latest Additions October 2004 | San Diego Public Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Haiti J 972.96/WILLIAMS Williams, Colleen The Bahamas J 972.97/KOZLESKI Kozleski, Lisa.
Colombia J 986.6/WILLIAMS Williams, Colleen Ecuador J 987/SHIELDS Shields, Charles J., Venezuela J 988.1/TEMPLE Temple, Bob.
Guyana J 988.3/WILLIAMS Williams, Colleen Suriname J 989.2/HERNANDEZ Hernández, Roger E. Paraguay J 989.5/SHIELDS Shields, Charles J., Uruguay
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 Dana Delany
Dana Delany was a TV star in the late 1980s and early '90s, playing Nurse McMurphy on the Vietnam war drama China Beach.
The show was well-written and acted, critically acclaimed, and never jumped the shark.
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