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As Arline Francis was about 55 when this was filmed, James Garner really was a miracle doctor for she gets pregnant on his advice that she and her husband take a cruise. Of course Lucille Ball also got pregnant when she was about 55 in "Yours, Mine, and Ours"
 

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For me, the best & the smartest of the Doris Day comedies, not surprising when you see that the script was written by Larry Gelbart & Carl Reiner. I actually saw it at the cinema in 1963, & the best Blu-rays for me are the films I saw & loved in the sixties.
 

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For me, the best & the smartest of the Doris Day comedies, not surprising when you see that the script was written by Larry Gelbart & Carl Reiner. I actually saw it at the cinema in 1963, & the best Blu-rays for me are the films I saw & loved in the sixties.

This has one of my favorite screen credits as well: on the card with the "Jewels by..." credit it also says "Cameos by Carl Reiner." :laugh:

Thrilled this is coming to Blu!
 

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For me, the best & the smartest of the Doris Day comedies, not surprising when you see that the script was written by Larry Gelbart & Carl Reiner. I actually saw it at the cinema in 1963, & the best Blu-rays for me are the films I saw & loved in the sixties.


I agree totally with your comments and todays movies lack one major problem ....Movie Stars who had real screen presence and scripts that were in most cases so well written.
 

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Prefer James Garner to Rock Hudson comedies.
Garner was always a favorite of mine going back to watching him in Maverick on TV and seeing him in The Great Escape during my first viewing of that film in a movie theater. Like myself, he was a huge Raiders fans and one of my "meeting a celebrity" highlights was meeting Garner at a Raiders game in the LA Coliseum back in 1989 and getting his autograph.
 

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"The Americanization Of Emily" is still my favorite James Garner movie. Per his autobiograhy it was his, too.
 

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