An unwed mother-to-be marries a total stranger avoiding the draft. She now has a father for her child and he doesn't have to go to the Army. But this marriage-of-convenience leads to a romance between the two.

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Jenny
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Delano
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Kay
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Mrs. Marsh
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An unwed mother-to-be marries a total stranger avoiding the draft. She now has a father for her child and he doesn't have to go to the Army. But this marriage-of-convenience leads to a romance between the two.

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It doesn't matter who the father is. Jenny has finally found someone to love.

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Not to be confused with a 1970 Australian documentary film called "Jenny", which won an award at the Cannes Film Festival in the social commentary category. See more »

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Features A Place in the Sun (1951) See more »

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Written and Sung by Harry Nilsson (as Nilsson)
Arranged and Conducted by George Aliceson Tipton
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It's...OK
26 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Strange little movie made in New York, in 1969. Almost feels like a film student's graduation piece. Sometimes the sound is terrible or the inappropriate soundtrack drowns out the dialogue. Another disappointment is that there isn't much location or atmosphere, so you really don't get the feel of the time or the place, which is often the fun aspect of seeing films of this period.

But the character development is good. The characters grow on you in an intriguing way. It's the sort of movie that's nice to catch on TV on a wet Sunday afternoon and the sort of movie they should run on wet Sunday afternoons but for some reason remains in the archives forever.

If you like Marlo Thomas and or Alan Alda, it's interesting to see them in their youth. Sometimes their performances seem wooden, partly due to the often poor direction, other times quite sensitive and as I said, intriguing. I'm glad I watched it.


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