Very good suspense movie - with Doris' hysteria scenes [elevator & stairs] really standing out
. It was great seeing Rex Harrison
(love him), John Gavin
(with whom I'd been in love with ever since I had watched "Psycho"), Myrna Loy
(always enjoyed her movies!) and Doris
- well I don't think this particular lady need a parenthesis
- together in a film. The one thing I'd change, if I could, would be:
Ralph wrote:But her performance was flawed as it was in "Love Me or Leave Me" by inserting intermitant slices of "cuteness" where it wasn't needed. She became 'Laurie Tuttle" at times: "oh, I just love presents!" (smiling broadly)
My thoughts exactly.
PS: I'd edited these screen caps from the 'apocalypse' scene together and was considering using it as my avatar but with Christmas just around the corner, a mystery pic didn't feel right; so I'm posting it as a regular pic here:
One of my favorite scenes.
PS2: Interesting points raised regarding Doris and the awards. I was mad when I first realized that they simply haven't done her justice (I hope this expresion fits here?). . . Obviously her artistry is immensely appreciated by thousands (of fans) all
around the globe, awards or not, still she deserves the exact same recognition by the industry [both film and
music]. BTW - and I hope the answer is a big fat (greek or not) YES - I take it that Doris does at least have her own star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame
PS3: Bryan, were you once called Viton?