Jenny (1962 film)
|Directed by||Henri Safran|
|Written by||George F. Kerr|
|28 March 1962|
A 16-year-old girl considers suicide because of her family being torn apart.
A critic from the Sydney Morning Herald called it "first rate drama" until the last five minutes when "it collapsed into nothingness" because it left unanswered the central question, namely "Should the partners of an unsuccessful marriage forgo their own chances of happiness for the sake of their children?... Did author Kerr simply throw up his hands and give the whole thing away?"
- "TV Guide". Sydney Morning Herald. 26 March 1962. p. 13.
- "Young Star's Work". Sydney Morning Herald. 12 March 1962. p. 13.
- Marshall, Valda (1 April 1962). "Six Beauties and a Corpse". Sydney Morning Herald. p. 86.