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Do Not Disturb (1965)

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Starring (View all)
Doris Day Doris Day
Janet Harper
Rod Taylor Rod Taylor
Mike Harper
Hermione Baddeley Hermione Baddeley
Vanessa Courtwright
Maura McGiveney Maura McGiveney
Claire Hackett
Aram Katcher Aram Katcher
Culkos
Leon Askin Leon Askin
Langsdorf


Written by (View all)
Milt Rosen Milt Rosen
(screenplay) and
Richard L. Breen Richard L. Breen


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Do Not Disturb

3 months, 1 week ago at Sep 3 16:10
You can sense the apprehension in Doris Day about playing any of this material, and her ability to commit to this kind of material and play it to perfection is central to making any of it work. But it’s not like that’s the only problem plaguing Do Not Disturb. From a too dour leading man to the fact that none of it is funny to a pervading sense that this type of vehicle for Day was growing sta... read more
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American Mike Harper (Rod Taylor), sent to do business in England, moves there with his wife, Janet (Doris Day). But she soon becomes convinced that Mike is carrying on with his attractive new assistant, Claire (Leon Askin). Mike also has been spending a considerable amount of time with his British bachelor buddies. Vexed and lonely, Claire hires charming antiques expert Paul (Sergio Fantoni) to decorate the Harper home and maybe make Mike jealous in the process.
Release date: 22 December 1965
Tags: Comedy (1), 1965 (1)
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JxSxPx posted a review 3 months, 1 week ago

Do Not Disturb

“You can sense the apprehension in Doris Day about playing any of this material, and her ability to commit to this kind of material and play it to perfection is central to making any of it work. But it’s not like that’s the only problem plaguing Do Not Disturb. From a too dour leading man to the fact that none of it is funny to a pervading sense that this type of vehicle for Day was growing stale and moldy fast, Do Not Disturb is an immediately forgettable and minor work from an underrated talent.   Doris Day and Rod Taylor play a married couple who relocate to England, where they begin to experience marital problems. Mainly, Day thinks Taylor is having an affair with his secretary, and he thinks she slept with a sleazy antiques dealer. More zaniness ensues before the truth comes out” read more

JxSxPx rated this 4/10 3 months, 2 weeks ago
RockerChick rated this 4/10 9 months, 1 week ago

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