Black Market Baby (film)

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Black Market Baby
Written byElizabeth Christman (book)
Andrew Peter Marin (teleplay)
Directed byRobert Day (as Robert F. Day)
StarringLinda Purl
Desi Arnaz Jr.
Jessica Walter
Tom Bosley
David Doyle
Bill Bixby
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producerJames Green
ProducersMilton Sperling
Allen S. Epstein (supervising producer)
Production locationSan Francisco
CinematographyRichard C. Glouner
EditorGeorge Jay Nicholson
Running time96 minutes
Production companyBrut Productions
Original release
ReleaseOctober 7, 1977 (1977-10-07)

Black Market Baby is a 1977 American film directed by Robert Day. It was the second TV movie made by Brut Productions, the first being Sweet Hostage.[1]


A childless couple persuade a college student to have their child.



The Los Angeles Times called it "outstanding in all respects".[1]

It was the 36th highest rated show of the week.[2]


  1. ^ a b TV MOVIE REVIEW: 'Baby' Unfolds Social Drama Thomas, Kevin. Los Angeles Times 7 Oct 1977: i29.
  2. ^ Viewers in Tribute to 'Elvis in Concert' Los Angeles Times 12 Oct 1977: g20.

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