I know this is going to irritate you BUT Rock Hudson and Doris Day movies make me smile! The sets, the fashion, the cars - lost in the 60's - love it.
Ha! You know me well. I can remember those playing on local stations in pre-cable times, usually over the weekend. It felt like they lasted forever and always had the same plot.I liked Doris in some of her early stuff. Tne one film of hers I watch just for shock value when it's on is Midnight Lace. I think that's it, very 1960s. That clothes.She was in the news just a few days ago -- she's releasing a new album. Well, CD. I think the last time she recorded everything was vinyl.
I can't help myself but I taped Giant when it aired this week. I just can't pass up seeing it any time it airs. Elizabeth was at her most beautiful during the film to me and it really is just a good film. I've never been a fan of Doris Day and the only pictures of theirs I watch is if Tony Randall is in it. Love the colorization.Page