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This is such a time capsule of 1971. I had Sally Field's hairdo! She marries a guy she met at a rock concert-no wonder her dad is upset. Her husband(catch the emphasis) decides that they have to live on what he makes as an intern- even though she has a rich father! They move to a ghetto near the hospital and she tries her best. She runs a prototype daycare center- but takes the blame when an irresponsible mother doesn't pick up her child. Since it's 1971, she quits everything to be the perfect doctor's wife.
Check it out to see the way we were being brainwashed back then (I was a senior in high school.)
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