Five years after losing his first wife Ellen (Day) at sea, Nick (Garner) is finally ready to have her declared legally dead, get remarried and settle down to a peaceful second marriage! But wedded bliss becomes marital mayhem when Ellen turns up alive -- with a hilarious, hair-brained scheme to win back her husband, put a stop to the honeymoon and give first love a second chance-at happily-ever-after!
Take The A Train is the number with Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier pretending to play in the opening to the pretty-much all Ellington jazz movie Paris Blues, 1961, directed by Martin Ritt.
Doris Day is Ellen, still in Navy dungarees, returning home to her daughters (Pami Lee, Leslie Farrell), who have idea she's been rescued after five years on a desert island, her mother-in-law (Thelma Ritter) shocked, in the re-make of My Favorite Wive, Move Over, Darling, 1963.
Bob Hope and Lucille Ball star in the movie Critic's Choice (1962) based on Ira Levin's Broadway comedy hit.
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Now here's a movie with many zany people and events as a road map has destinations. Yes, it is a road movie involving the search for a stash of cash and you'll find a house blown to kingdom come; a pill-popping, short-shorted wanderer packing heat; amiable ne'er-do-wells looking to do better as they steer a muscle car towing a silver Airsteam- plus trailing villains in ominous black vans, a diner stick-up, beach towns, farm towns, a war veterans' dance, Bingo Night-gone-loco, brawls and mystery.
Comic luminaries Bob Hope and Lucille Ball play husband and wife in a humorous tale about a scathing theater critic who must review a new play... written by his wife. Co-starring Rip Torn ("The Larry Sanders Show"), and based on a play by Ira Levin ("Rosemary's Baby").
Doris Day, James Garner and Polly Bergen star in this madcap romantic comedy about one groom, two wives, and one crazy, mixed-up honeymoon! Five years after his wife Ellen (Day) is lost at sea and presumed dead, Nick (Garner) is finally ready to get remarried. But he’s headed for anything but wedded bliss when Ellen turns up alive – and ready to give first love a second chance – with Nick!
Bob Hope and Lucille Ball play husband and wife in a humorous tale about a scathing theater critic who must review a new play... written by his wife.
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