High up on an under-construction apartment building, Philip (Cary Grant) makes a proposal which is not quite what Cathy (Doris Day) hoped for, in Delbert Mann's That Touch Of Mink, 1962.
Regardless of support from the rebel financial advisor Roger (Gig Young), Cathy (Doris Day) fails completely to express outrage upon meeting suave businessman Philip (Cary Grant), in That Touch Of Mink, 1962.
An emotionally fragile woman takes a job teaching mentally handicapped children in A Child is Waiting (1963),directed by John Cassettes and starring Judy Garland and Burt Lancaster.
For Doris Day it's I Do or nothing even if Cary Grant wields That Touch of Mink (1962).
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Love arrives with a splash when a handsome and eligible tycoon (Grant) and a beautiful working woman (Day) meet over a curbside mud puddle. He’s enchanted by her small town ways; she’s captivated by his romantic, debonair manner. But when it comes to marriage, they have decidedly different views – she wants it and he doesn’t! What ensues is a game of cat-and-mouse as each tries to win the other – with hilarious and heartwarming results.
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