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The film would have been about a soon-to-be-married man and a hitchhiking girl talking about their lives during the length of a car ride.It focused on a womanizer who meets his match when he falls for a woman in debt to the Mafia.She played Molly Parker, a perky, feminist student at Eastland Girls School.At the beginning of the second season, the show underwent a major revamp and most of the cast, including Ringwald, were cut from the show.The next year, she recorded "I Wanna Be Loved by You", a music album of Dixieland jazz with her father and his group, the Fulton Street Jazz Band.In 1979, Ringwald appeared on the TV series Diff'rent Strokes and was selected to become part of a very large cast of that show's spin-off The Facts of Life.Ringwald later said that Nancy Mc Keon replaced her to play a new character named Jo.In 1980, Ringwald performed as a lead vocalist on two Disney albums.
She later performed one track, "The First Noel", on a Disney Christmas album, "Disney's Merry Christmas Carols." Turning toward motion pictures, she got a key supporting role in the 1982 film Tempest, directed by Paul Mazursky with top casting director Juliet Taylor, Ringwald rose to prominence with her breakout role in Sixteen Candles (1984).
The film also starred Andrew Mc Carthy, who previously worked with Ringwald in Pretty in Pink.
She returned to the United States intermittently to appear in American movies and television.
Ringwald was offered a role in another John Hughes film, Some Kind of Wonderful (1987), but turned down the role as she felt it was too similar to the other films she worked on with Hughes.
After Pretty In Pink, Ringwald planned to star in more mature roles.
She starred in many films in the 1990s, most notably Something to Live for: The Alison Gertz Story (1992) and The Stand (1994).