Mollie Michaelson is a beautiful young woman who attract the attention of many male admirers. Michealson is from a generation of youngsters that often rebel against their conservative parents and is attracted to the lifestyle of long-haired hippies. This sends her father Frank into overprotective mode, making sure his daughter stays innocent and safe and her mind not corrupted by society's images and views. Soon Mollie will be off to college and like every other parent, Frank and Mollie's mom Anne find it hard to say goodbye and Frank makes sure his little girl remembers the value of education, is much more important than boys and other little nonsense people Mollie's age would do.
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Promising to write to her parents constantly while she is thousands of miles of away, this little reassurance relieves Frank a bit to keep her in tab. But one day at Harthorne college Mollie writes to her dad about her newfound hobby, she and a friend Linda is taking at a nearby coffeehouse- singing folk songs and Mollie also had a recording sent to backup her love for the music. Worrywart Frank heads straight to the college to see about his daughter and is happy to see that Mollie and her roommate is not doing anything out of the ordinary; like spending time with young men or other things that doesn't involve their studies. Frank does decide to go to a sit-in for a demonstration that Mollie and other students protest for banning a controversial book. While at the demostration, Mollie's plea for the book to be out in the public goes ignore by the Mayor, but Frank steps in and demands that the students be heard.
The only person was heard and that was Frank and he immediately found himself jailed. After charges is dropped Frank goes home and is later followed by Mollie who flunked out of college. She continues her love for painting and soon is sent a art scholarship to Paris. Mollie is overjoyed and immediately pack her bags to a new school. The scholarship is sponsored by a young man named Henri Bonnet and this name alone does not sit well with Frank. Will Frank goes off to Paris to make another surprise visit for Mollie and ruin her second chance of being away from with her peers? Or will Frank realize that is little girl is growing up and will have to learn the meaning of responsiblity on her own without sending her dad off the wall?
The review of this Movie prepared by Alicia M.