Remember a (probably forgettable) movie with the line "A Napier baby?" at the end?
This has been bugging me for a week, so I’ll ask finally.
• I saw the movie a long time ago, probably in the theater.
• It could have been in the sixties, with a then-young audience in mind. My guess is that it was a pretty bad movie, probably without any notable actors in it.
• I may not have been clear-headed when I saw it.
• My vague recollection of the storyline is some sort of a romance between a charming but irresponsible hippie-type guy and a young woman who is torn between him and a much more suitable-seeming young man. She has fun rebelling with the hippie, to the consternation of her family.
• I believe the suitable suitor is named Napier.
• My only semi-clear recollection is that at the end of the story, some time after the two have parted, they meet again—in a park?—and she is pushing a baby carriage. He glances in and asks:
“A Napier baby?”
She nods and replies, “A Napier baby.”
Then they both laugh, and the movie ends.
• I don’t want to see it again. I just want to scratch this “what is it?” itch and make it go away.