A tough and tender love story about a foot-loose musician and the Macy's salesgirl who is carrying his child. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Actress--Natalie Wood, Best (Original) Story and Screenplay.
Elmer Bernstein - Composer, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (1981)
Herschel Bernardi - American Actor
Edie Adams - American Singer/Actress
Edythe Adams - American Singer/Actress
Elizabeth Edit Enke - American Singer/Actress
Steve McQueen - American actor, BULLIT
Steven McQueen - American actor, BULLIT
Virginia Vincent - American Actress
Penny Santon - Actress\"Rhinestone"
Aaron Stell - Editor
Alan J. Pakula - American Director/Producer
Robert Mulligan - American Director
Arnold Schulman - Screenwriter
Harvey Lembeck - American Character Actor
Natalie Wood - American actress, WEST SIDE STORY
Natasha Gurdin - American actress, WEST SIDE STORY
Milton R. Krasner - American Director Of Photography, GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN
Milton Krasner - American Director Of Photography, GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN
Tom Bosley - Television actor, HAPPY DAYS
Hal Pereira - Production Designer
Roland Anderson - Art Director\1930s-1950s
It is 1963, and a young woman becomes pregnant after a one-night stand with a musician at a summer resort. When she confronts him with the news, he, at first, cannot even remember the event. Disturbed by his response and aware that being an unwed mother might ruin her life, she decides she must get an abortion. But things have a strange way of working out sometimes, and she discovers that having the child might work out after all.
Film debut for actor Tom Bosley. Title song "Love with the Proper Stranger" composed by Johnny Mercer and Elmer Bernstein, sung by Jack Jones.