Jas1 wrote:Great pics, thanks.
webmaster wrote:Yes, great photos - thanks for posting. Doris looks great in this film - perhaps even her best? (Poll? ) Getting my psychologist hat out, could it be that she was playing the role she wanted in real life? Married with kids? She didn't have that "Pillow Talk" tension.
Don't take offence at this but I find the movie of Doris being pushed back slightly disturbing - it feels a bit violent. But that might be just me and I know it's not intended that way. Sometimes less is more. But I like your blog, and especially the Andrews Sisters!
Bryan sorry do not know if I understood you well? You mean my picture (gifs) from the movie "Lover Come Back"? It has already removed.
That one is a bit scary!
Yes, I understand how difficult it must be for you. English is the only language I speak and it's complicated even for people who speak it. I have German and French friends and they always have to speak in English when we go on a group holiday and I can see how frustrated they get sometimes.
But you'll get better the more you practice.
I'm sure you'll understand this :
ME TOO...jmichael wrote:Toby, that's a great story. Thanks for sharing it.
This film is irresistible in my opinion. It's loud, rambunctious and charming -- much like the McKay family it depicts. Doris excels in her role and shows how nimble she was as an actress: she could just as easily play the harried mother of four boys as a successful career woman battling the wolves of Madison Avenue. I can't see any of her fellow leading ladies at the time playing this part as effectively as Doris. I thought her chemistry with David Niven was strong and he fit his role perfectly. My personal fave among the terrific supporting cast was Janis Paige, who nailed the vain Deborah Vaughn character.
I can watch this one again and again and I still find it fresh as a daisy -- pardon the pun.
I have just seen it...again...and I think she is wonderful ...Doris is fantastic..ray wrote:Loved Doris singing anway the wind blows. Also funny when they met the veternerian and the kids asked if it was a man or woman. Then when the paino player couldn't hit on Doris he asked her to move for his next victim. Doris was in all her glory when this film came out and it shows. Wish she did South Pacific and the Sound Of Music. Both would have been even better with Doris. Doris was so real in Daisies as the Mother of four wild boys and as the cool understanding wife. Also funny when she commented about the sultry star wearing falsies. Daring for back then!!!!
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