Dr. Kildare: Season 3, Episode 9

Four Feet in the Morning (21 Nov. 1963)

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A pregnant teenager is admitted to Blair with signs of food poisoning, the result of an apparent attempt to induce abortion. Meanwhile, the father of the baby, getting little help from his ... See full summary »

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Marie Quincy
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Roberta Landon
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Dr. L Richard Starke
Jack Ging ...
Dr. Paul Graham
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Jack Landon
Steve Bell ...
Dr. Quint Lowry (as Steven Bell)
Jean Inness ...
Nurse Beatrice Fain
Della Sharman ...
Nurse Johnson
Glen Vernon ...
Car Dealer
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Darleen Landon
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A pregnant teenager is admitted to Blair with signs of food poisoning, the result of an apparent attempt to induce abortion. Meanwhile, the father of the baby, getting little help from his bickering parents, struggles with his responsibility. The parents of the girl are also of little help in the situation. This is Part One of a two-part story, the conclusion being shown on the series "The Eleventh Hour". Written by rbecker28

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A two-part crossover, which concludes on The Eleventh Hour: Four Feet in the Morning (1963). See more »

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Young and In Love
Sung and Recorded by Chris Crosby
Written by Ethel Lee (uncredited), Bernie Baum (uncredited) and Florence Kaye (uncredited)
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