Two students from neighboring colleges in upstate New York are swept up in a tragic romantic interlude calling for a maturity of vision beyond their experience of capabilities. Pookie Adams - a kooky, lonely misfit with no family and no place to go, insists on calling all those who won't participate in her world, "weirdos," clings to a quiet studious Jerry, who has the ability to make a choice of living in Pookie's private little world or be accepted by the society that Pookie rejects. Unwittingly, it is through their awkward relationship that Pookie actually prepares Jerry for the world of "weirdos" that she doesn't fit into or wish to be apart of. Written by
First love is beautiful hurt....if it happens to you once, you're lucky.
Did You Know?
Alan J. Pakula
recalled that Liza Minnelli
became very attached to him as a father-figure on the set, always asking Pakula to tell her the story's plot in child-like terms before a big scene was to be shot. He also said that Liza carried around the book by John Nichols
"like a Bible" until she knew the character of Pookie Adams inside and out. See more
In Pookie's written rants against the weirdos of the world, the word is always spelled "wierdo." See more
[seeing Pookie naked for the first time
Gee, Pookie, your body's just... beautiful.
Yeah? Well, I'd better get my beautiful ass into this beautiful bed, before it freezes off!
Come Saturday Morning
Lyric Dory Previn
Music Fred Karlin
Performed by The Sandpipers
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