Jean Kerr's book Please Don't Eat The Daisies (1960) was made into this hit film starring Doris Day and David Niven.
Establishing the trials of family life in the city, plus mother Kate (Doris Day) in black negligee, with sons (Charles Herbert, Flip Mark, Baby Gellert, Stanley Livingston), the opening of Please Don't Eat The Daisies, 1960.
Kate (Doris Day) finally wins over Lawrence (David Niven) to a move to the country, comedy with sons (Charles Herbert, Flip Mark, Stanley Livingston, Baby Gellert) and maid (Patsy Kelly) ensues, in Please Don't Eat The Daisies, 1960.
Scarlet Street movie trailer - starring Edward G. Robinson, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay, Rosalind Ivan, Joan Bennett. Directed by Fritz Lang. Theatrical Release Date: 12/28/1945
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A box-office hit (despite being banned in three states), SCARLET STREET is one of legendary director Fritz Lang's (M, Metropolis) finest American films. It is a dark gem of film noir and golden age Hollywood filmmaking at its finest.
Fed up with the stress of modern life, drama critic David Niven and his wife Doris Day pack up their family, leave New York City behind, and move to the country, ill-prepared to tackle the rural life. Oscar-winner Niven ("The Dawn Patrol," "Around the World in 80 Days") and Oscar-nominee Day ("Pillow Talk," "The Man Who Knew Too Much") make a delightful screen couple. Inspired a TV series.
Domestic comedy about a New York drama critic, his wife and children, who move out to the country and struggle with dad's daily commute.
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