Doris Day, whose on-screen wholesomeness, unfailing optimism and understated strength of character helped make her America's sweetheart in the 50s and 60s, returns to DVD on April 7 when Warner Home Video and Turner Classic Movies showcase TCM Spotlight: Doris Day Collection. The Collection features five new-to-DVD titles, focusing on Miss Day's golden years at Warner Bros., where her film career began. The titles included are April in Paris, It's A Great Feeling, Starlift, Tea for Two and The Tunnel of Love.
Tea For Two movie trailer - starring Doris Day, Eve Arden, Gene Nelson, Gordon MacRae, Billy De Wolfe. Directed by David Butler. Theatrical Release Date: 9/2/1950
Rating: Not Rated
Opening credits lead into Fred Astaire (as 'Jed Potter') on the radio, introducing the premise to what was to be his last picture, the Irving Berlin show-biz musical Blue Skies, 1946, co-starring Bing Crosby.
Opening of the bright and brassy 20th Century Fox Irving Berlin musical Call Me Madam, 1953, in which Ethel Merman appears as a wealthy widow being sworn in as U-S ambassador to a tiny duchy.
Doris Day and Gordon MacRae star in the film version of the Broadway hit musical No, No Nanette, Tea For Two (1950).
Newly-sworn ambassador Sally (Ethel Merman) meets schmoozing reporter Kenneth (Donald O'Connor) and launches into an Irving Berlin specialty, 'I'm The Hostess With The Mostest On The Ball,' in Call Me Madam, 1953.
Get on track with Disney's hilarious offbeat comedy starring Jan-Michael Vincent and Tim Conway. Coach Archer (John Amos) is more famous for losing than winning, but a fateful African safari with his wacky assistant (Conway) leads them to a boy wonder named Nanu (Vincent) -- who just might give them a winning streak. Coaxing him to America is one thing, but the laughs never stop when Nanu meets Jane, fame, and brings the jungle to the gym on his way to becoming the World's Greatest Athlete. Don't miss a chance to take the field with wild family fun for everyone!
A down-on-his-luck coach ends up signing the world's greatest athlete.
A high-school track star, who sets an example for the less-talented boys on the team, embarrasses her perplexed father--who is running for mayor on a male-supremacy ticket. Based on the play "Time Out for Ginger" by Ronald Alexander.
Ignoring the disapproval of her family and the town, the teenage daughter of a politician hires a reformed ex-convict as gardener.
Sequel to "Dear Ruth" & "Dear Wife". Ruth's younger sister Miriam causes a family uproar when she befriends a criminal, with the intent to reform him.
Rob and Laura try to find a permanent home for an ugly little mutt from the dog pound.
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