Me, Natalie (1969): Tale of Homely Jewish Girl in the Village, Well Played by Patty Duke

Fred Coe directed Me, Natalie, a serio-comic tale of a young, unattractive Jewish girl from Brooklyn (well played by Patty Duke), who moves to Greenwich Village and finds romance with an aspiring painter.

A. Martin Zweiback’s script is based on the original story by Stanley Shapiro.

Marking Al Pacino’s screen debut, the film also starred James Farentino, Salome Jens, Elsa Lanchester, Martin Balsam and Nancy Marchand.