Babies (1990)





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Three close friends begin to obsess about infants, breast-feeding, disposable diapers and the like in the made-for-TV Babies. Lindsay Wagner plays a thirtysomething career woman who'd like the responsibilities of motherhood without the complication of a man in her life. Dinah Manoff is a married lady who can't conceive; she tries to convince husband Alan Arkin that adoption is the way to go. And Marcy Walker is carrying a baby who may require delicate prebirth kidney surgery. Babies was first telecast September 17, 1990.
Documentary , Drama , Special Interest
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Adam Arkin
as David
Nancy Kwan
as Dr. Liu
Robert Harper
as Sam Clarington
Robert Pine
as Loren
Abigail Van Alyn
as Sylvia Straus
Denny Delk
as Hayden
Sarah Lundy
as Samantha
Janice Fuller
as Sperm Bank Receptionist
Corey John Fischer
as Dr. Singer
Fredi Olster
as Jane Swan
Maureen Coyne
as Cryobank Nurse
Damara Reilly
as Dr. Daniels' Nurse
Ken Grantham
as Dr. Armon
Eva Gholson
as Model
Nomi Mitty
as Labor Room Nurse
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A fascinating documentary, a celebration of human life, a mother's love, and the wondrous world into which each of us was born.

Full Review… | May 7, 2010
Christianity Today

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