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Love Child (film)

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Love Child (film)

Love Child
File:Love Child FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Larry Peerce
Produced by Paul Maslansky
Written by Anne Gerard
Starring Amy Madigan
Beau Bridges
Mackenzie Phillips
Albert Salmi
Joanna Merlin
Margaret Whitton
Music by Charles Fox
Cinematography James Pergola
Editing by Bob Wyman
Distributed by The Ladd Company
Release date(s) October 15, 1982
Running time 96 min.
Country United States
Language English
Box office $112,940

Love Child is a 1982 biopic based on the life of Terry Jean Moore. The film stars Amy Madigan, Beau Bridges, and Mackenzie Phillips.[1]

Plot summary

Terry Jean Moore (Madigan) was convicted of a crime at the age of 19 and over the time she spent in prison, she meets a guard named Jack Hansen (Bridges). The two fall in love and Moore ends up having his child. Terry has to face the possibility of losing her baby, but she takes up the fight to keep the baby.[1]

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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