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Abortion portrayal

Goldstein (film)


Sally is pregnant and seeks an abortion. At the same time, she dismisses her boyfriend, a young sculptor who begins a search through the streets of Chicago for the prophet Elijah. She is operated on by two "eccentric" abortion providers.

Keywords: Provider character.

Release date: May 7, 1965
Time setting: Present
Geographical setting: US (Illinois)
Abortion legality: Illegal
Health outcomes: None
Genre: Comedy
Production company: Montrose Film Productions

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