TV-14 | | Drama
A free-spirited single mother forms a connection with the wed headmaster of an Episcopal boarding school in California.
I feel as alone as Robinson Crusoe. Even with the footprints of a man beside me.
Dr. Edward Hewitt: You should always have a man's footprints beside you, Laura.
Laura Reynolds: How do you know I haven't always?
Dr. Edward Hewitt: Because you're afraid of them...
Laura Reynolds: But I'm not as afraid as you think.
Dr. Edward Hewitt: Do ...
Claire Hewitt, talking to her husband about Danny, says, "He was reciting the Prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales in Old English." The language Chaucer wrote in, and that the boy recites in, is Middle English, not Old English.
$6,100,000 (USA) (31 December 1965)