Tags » Doris Day

Moment#9: The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)

The technical name for a film like The Glass Bottom Boat is a “confection”. It is a vehicle for Doris Day to play Jennifer Nelson, a kooky and accident-prone youngish widow who gets a job in the PR department of a space lab that has developed a gravity simulator called GISMO. 503 more words


Do Not Disturb

Before watching the movie:

This is being promoted as a romp with a wife who invents a lover to get revenge on her husband for spending more time with his secretary. 515 more words


Five Stars Blogathon...

Before I begin, I would like to thank the Classic Film and TV Café for hosting this wonderful, very interesting blogathon!

This is my first ever blogathon and I’m quite excited about it, I’ve been wanting to do one for a while. 1,495 more words


[Last Film I Watched] That Touch of Mink (1962)

Title: That Touch of Mink
Year: 1962
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director: Delbert Mann
Stanley Shapiro
Nate Monaster
Music: George Duning… 405 more words

Film Review


How CLEARASIL And I Met When I Was 13

It was 1951, I was 13 and Clearasil was new to the market. It was invented in 1950 to fight pimples, a powerful medicine which gave hope to millions of teens around the world, and it was very popular in my little corner of the world, the small town of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. 768 more words

Review: "Pillow Stalk" (Mad for Mod Mystery #1) by Diane Vallere

47-year old interior decorator Madison Night has modeled her life after Doris Day because they share a birthdate and a passing resemblance. Having moved to Dallas after a breakup, she is rebuilding her life by running her mid-century design store, swimming every morning and petitioning the local film society to hold a Doris Day film festival. 236 more words

Adult Fiction

Calamity Train

My husband’s alarm at 4.15 am barely registered as I determined to sleep through, but the phone call he got half a hour later did. I heard him exchange a few words and then his voice as he stood in the doorway. 614 more words