I'm seventeen, I'm pregnant and I don't know what to do

United States, 1970

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Dramatizes the plight of an unwed pregnant adolescent. With her parents, social workers and a discussion group at the Children’s Home Society of California, she considers the alternatives of abortion, forced marriage, temporary foster care, keeping the baby or relinquishing it for adoption.

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Lee Mendelson Film Productions


David Crommie



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