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I love classic movies! Doris Day & Cary Grant in 'That Touch of Mink'

Cary Grant & Doris Day - Touch of Mink - one of my all time favorite movies Mais

Doris Day movies  Pillow Talk 1959 One of my all time FAV movies...actually ANY Doris Day movie....

Pillow Talk (1959)

Doris Day movies Pillow Talk 1959 One of my all time FAV movies. Rock Hudson was Fantastic too!

Please Don't Eat the Daisies - one of my all time favorite movies. Love Doris Day and David Niven.

Doris Day's Fixer-Upper in "Please Don't Eat the Daisies"

Please Don't Eat the Daisies Doris Day *check*, NYC *check*, moves to the country *check*, buys a fixer upper *check* , romantic comedy *check check*.

Released 12/25/63.  "Move Over Darling" starring Doris Day, James Garner, and Polly Bergen

Move Over Darling starring Doris Day, Polly Bergen and James Garner.a remake of the unfinished Something's Got to Give starring Marilyn Monroe, Cyd Charisse and Dean Martin

Doris Day, Jim Garner    I think her best side kick is this guy- James Garner...they seem to have the same type of personality and ways of saying and doing  things alike....besides that he's a H.U.N.K.

Doris Day, Jim Garner I think her best side kick is this guy- James Garner…they seem to have the same type of personality and ways of saying and doing things alike….

By The Light of the Silvery Moon - Doris Day Gordon MacRae. Fun movie.

By The Light of the Silvery Moon - Doris Day Gordon MacRae. Oh this movie is so good.great at Christmastime! Wish they made family movies like this again. If you haven't seen it, watch On Moonlight Bay first.it is a continuation of that one!

The Thrill of it All (1963) Director: Norman Jewison Stars: Doris Day James Garner Comedy 108 min ~ A housewife's sudden rise to fame as a soap spokesperson leads to chaos in her home life.

The Thrill of it All

The Thrill of It All is a romantic comedy film directed by Norman Jewison starring Doris Day, James Garner, Arlene Francis, and ZaSu Pitts. The screenplay was written by Larry Gelbart and Carl Reiner.

Please don´t eat the daisies (1960) - Anything by Doris Day makes for a good rainy Sunday movie

Please Don't Eat The Daisies Doris Day, David Niven, Janis Paige, Richard Haydn, Spring Byington

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