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It's 1961 and attractive, bright 16-year-old schoolgirl, Jenny is poised on the brink of womanhood. Stifled by the tedium of adolescent routine, Jenny can't wait for adult life to begin. One rainy day, her suburban life is upended by the arrival of an unsuitable suitor, 30- ish David. Urbane and witty, David introduces Jenny to a glittering new world of classical concerts and late-night suppers. Just as the family's long-held dream of getting their brilliant daughter into Oxford seems within reach, Jenny is tempted by another kind of life. Will David be the making of Jenny or her undoing?
7 Apr 2013
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It's 1961 and attractive, bright 16-year-old schoolgirl, Jenny is poised on the brink of womanhood. Stifled by the tedium of adolescent routine, Jenny can't wait for adult life to begin. One rainy day, her suburban life is upended by the arrival of an unsuitable suitor, 30- ish David. Urbane and witty, David introduces Jenny to a glittering new world of classical concerts and late-night suppers. Just as the family's long-held dream of getting their brilliant daughter into Oxford seems within reach, Jenny is tempted by another kind of life. Will David be the making of Jenny or her undoing?
17 Feb 2010
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Alan introduces Jenny to her dad.
27 Sep 2013
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The clip Introducing Jenny from Going My Way (1944) Where's your home? I just bought a home in Long Island. A nice home? Very lovely. In that case, you'd be interested in a crazy quilt. We're raffling it off. Again? We're trying to raise a little money, Father O'Dowd. I see. How many? I'll take them all. How much are they? Be $10. Thank you, and I hope you win it. Thank you. And I hope you win it, too, Jenny. Then perhaps you'll donate it to our church. And we can raffle it off over there all over again. I'd hate to see that crazy quilt leaving the parish. Where's the pied piper and his merry men? Down in the basement. Thank you, Father. Come, Jenny. Goodbye, Father. Goodbye. Thank you. Congratulations on selling all your tickets. Like some more? You're our first audience, you know. Ready, boys? That's the best. Of course, we have our more serious side.
30 Nov 2011
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