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This film gained generally mixed reviews despite being a commercial success.
She returned to the United States intermittently to appear in American movies and television.
On the patriotic album Yankee Doodle Mickey, Ringwald sang "This Is My Country", "The Star-Spangled Banner" and "God Bless America".
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 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.
In 1994, she was cast as Frannie Goldsmith, in the TV adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand.