A college graduate goes to work as a nanny for a rich New York family. Ensconced in their home, she has to juggle their dysfunction, a new romance, and the spoiled brat in her charge.
It's the story about seven very different best friends, and one summer that will bring them together like never before.
The baby sitter is none other than veteran Hollywood tough guy Tom Neal. A private detective, Neal is hired to keep an eye on the child of married couple George Meeker and Rebel Randall. Actually, Meeker and Randall are jewel thieves, and their "baby" is their stolen loot. Neal eventually catches on when he realizes that this is the quietest child on earth. Running a scant 41 minutes, Case of the Baby Sitter was designed to be shown in tandem with another Screen Guild Productions "briefie," The Hat Box Mystery: the films were shot back to back, with Tom Neal and Pamela Blake starring in both.
Michelle, a French sculptor living in Rome, is told of a job babysitting a rich man's son by her new friend Ann, an actress. When she arrives at the boy's house, she discovers that he in fact has been kidnapped...
The mother of the family for which Michelle baby-sits dies unexpectedly. Michelle is asked to take over looking after the children and is gradually "seduced" by the father.
Sue Ellen Crandell is a teenager eagerly awaiting her mother's summer-long absence. While the babysitter looks after her rambunctious younger siblings, Sue Ellen can party and have fun. But then the babysitter abruptly dies, leaving the Crandells short on cash. Sue Ellen finds a sweet job in fashion by lying about her age and experience on her résumé. But, while her siblings run wild, she discovers the downside of adulthood
Lulu is babysitting Alvin Jones, a bratty and hyperactive baby. While chasing Alvin through the house, Lulu crashes into a wall and is knocked unconscious when a picture frame falls on her head. This leads into a dream where Lulu is searching for Alvin in a nightclub filled with celebrity babies.
The Baby-Sitters Club is a 1990 American television series based on Ann M. Martin's children's book series of the same name. The series originally aired on the The Disney Channel, but was also broadcast on HBO and Nickelodeon; all thirteen thirty-minute episodes were also released to home video. The TV series and the novels were both produced by Scholastic Corporation. As of June 1st, 2013, the series was made available on Netflix instant streaming.