Doris Day [videorecording] The essential collection.
Pillow talk: A romantic comedy in which a carefree bachelor and carefree career girl share a telephone party line. Mutual hostility develops without their ever having met. When they finally become acquainted attitudes begin to change.
Lover come back: An adman and adwomen battle over a fake account and wind up in bed together.
Send me no flowers: When he overhears a doctor discussing the imminent death of a patient, hypocondriac George bealieves the doctor is referring to him. Convinced he's living on borrowed time, he enlists his best friend Arnold to help him find a new husband for his soon-to-be-widowed wife Judy.
The thrill of it all: A doctor's peaceful domestic life is turned upside down when his restless spouse becomes famous doing television commercials.
Midnight lace: Kit and Anthony Preston never had a real honeymoon, and the midnight lace pajamas are for when they can finally get out of London. Anthony's business is very pressing these days. Then Kit is frightened one day in a London fog by a voice behind a statue. Next the telephone calls start. Then there is a new man on the block, the architect of a building going up next to the Prestons' vintage apartment. That vintage building has the kind of curving stairwell and cage-type elevator that Hitchcock and other suspense masters have loved. Could Kit merely have an overactive imagination?
Tha man who knew too much: Story of an Englishman touring Morocco with his wife and child who accidentally becomes involved in an anarchist plot to assassinate a foreign diplomat in London.
- Physical Description: 4 videodisc : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Widescreen
- Publisher: Universal City, Calif. : Universal Studios Entertainment, 
Bonus features: Chemistry 101: the film duo of Doris Day and Rock Hudson; Back in bed with Pillow talk; Pillow talk feature comentary with film historians; The making of The man who knew too much and more.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Pillow talk (1959, 1 hr., 43 min., Not Rated) -- Lover come back (1961, 1 hr., 47 min., Not Rated) -- Send me no flowers (1964, 1 hr., 40 min., Not rated) -- The thrill of it all (1963, 1 hr., 48 min., Not Rated) -- Midnight lace (1960, 1 hr., 48 min., Not Rated) -- The man who knew too much (1955, 2 hr., Rated PG)
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Pillow talk: Director of photography, Arthur E. Arling ; art director, Richard M. Riedel ; film editor, Milton Carruth ; music, Frank de Vol.
Lover come back: Director of photography, Arthur E. Arling ; film editor, Marjorie Fowler ; music, Frank DeVol.
Send me no flowers: Director of photography, Daniel Fapp ; editor, J. Terry Williams ; music, De Vol.
The thrill of it all: Director of photography, Russell Metty ; film editor, Milton Carruth ; music, De Vol.
Midnight lace: Director, David Miller ; producers, Ross Hunter, Martin Melcher.
Tha man who knew too much: Director, Alfred Hitchcock ; associate producer, Herbert Coleman ; screenplay, John Michael Hayes ; director of photography, Robert Burks ; editor, Georget Tomasini ; music, Bernard Herrmann.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Pillow talk: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randall, Thelma Ritter, Nick Adams, Marcel Dalio, Allen Jenkins, Julia Meade.
Lover come back: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randall, Edie Adams, Jack Oakie, Jack Kruschen.
Send me no flowers: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randall.
The thrill of it all: Doris Day, James Garner, Arlene Francis, Edward Andrews, Reginald Owen, Zasu Pitts.
Midnight lace: Doris Day, Rex Harrison, John Gavin, Myrna Loy, Roddy McDowall.
Tha man who knew too much: James Stewart, Doris Day.
|System Details Note:||
DVD, region 1, NTSC; Dolby digital mono.
DVD, region 1, widescreen presentation, Dolby Digital 5.0.
In English; select titles in French or Spanish with English subtitles.
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