PG | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
In 1959, a widower hires a kindly housekeeper/nanny to care for his seven-year-old daughter.
The puddin' jingle in the movie, that was created by Ray Liotta and Whoopi Goldberg when they were sitting together behind the piano, was originally composed by director Jessie Nelson herself.
What you've got to say to yourself is, "I am Molly Singer, and there's nobody in the world better than me." Go on, say it while you walk.
Molly: I am Molly Singer, and there's nobody in the world better than me.
Corrina Washington: Chin up, up! You're too young to have two!
In the dinner scene where Corrina and Manny have a little chat, Corrina's cigarette switches from one hand to the other several times.