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Don't Steal My Baby


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Linda Purl
Desi Amaz Jr
The odds are stacked against Anne Macarino , a serious, religiously reared student, when she meets and falls in love with Steve, a college classmate who turns out to be a provider for an adoption racket run by a corrupt attorney. Finding herself pregnant, Anne allows herself to be convinced by Steve to put her child up for adoption, but as the months pass she finds she is enmeshed in a web of treachery and deception....
Screenplay by ANDREW PETER MARIN Based on the novel A Nice Italian Girl by ELIZABETH CHRISTMAN Produced by MILTON SPERLING Directed by ROBERT DAY • FILMS: page 17


Unknown: Linda Purl
Unknown: Anne MacArino
Play By: Andrew Peter
Unknown: Elizabeth Christman
Produced By: Milton Sperling
Directed By: Robert Day
Anne Macarino: Linda Purl
Steve Aletti DESI: Arnaz Jr
Mrs Carmino: Jessica Walter
Dr Bratford: Tom Bosley
Mr Carmino: David Doyle
Attorney Freemont: Bill Bixby
Linda: Annie Potts
Mario Macarino: Mark Thomas
Mrs Kheg: Lucille Benson
Rick: Robert Resnick
Professor Wellman: Stuart Nisbet
Mr Macarino: Allen Joseph

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