It's a little late to post this, but maybe some of you will be able to jump on Turner Classic Movies right now and catch the series of Dr. Kildare movies they're running right now. For those of you new to the pulp world, Dr. Kildare (who later made a very handsome Richard Chamberlain a TV star) was created by none other than the very prolific pulp writer Frederick Faust under his pen name Max Brand. These movies, from the late 30s and early 40s, starred Lew Ayres.
I need to work right now, but I'm recording them to watch later.
Any of you historians want to expand on the Dr. Kildare story?