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Womanizing songwriter Brad Allen (Rock Hudson) spends hours on the phone wooing his many women. Problem is, he shares a party line with prim interior decorator Jan Morrow (Doris Day), who's miffed because she can't get any calls. Then Brad gets a gander at Jan -- and it's lust at first sight. Realizing he's a goner if Jan learns his true identity, Brad concocts a Texas persona to seduce her. When the truth comes out, there's hell to pay.
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Widow Abby McClure (Doris Day) manages lumberjacks by day and looks after her three sons by night. One day, she meets nice-guy Jake Iverson (Brian Keith), a widower with a daughter. They fall in love, get married and try to blend their two families into one functioning unit. Howard Morris directs this family comedy co-starring Barbara Hershey, George Carlin, Alice Ghostley, Jamie Farr and Pat Carroll.
Indian scout Calamity Jane (Doris Day) is as hard-riding and handy with a gun as any man in Deadwood. When best buddy Wild Bill Hickock (Howard Keel) bestows his affections on a more feminine member of their show troupe, the friends begin to feud ... and then fall in love. This spirited musical from director David Butler features the Academy Award-winning song "Secret Love," and also earned Oscar nods for Best Score and Best Sound.
After discovering aspiring actress Judy (Doris Day) at the Warner Bros. commissary, actors Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson, who both star as themselves, agree to hire her as the leading lady in their new picture but soon begin battling over her affections. In addition to the Oscar-nominated song "It's a Great Feeling," this musical comedy also includes appearances by Gary Cooper, Joan Crawford and Edward G. Robinson.
Jerry (Rock Hudson) is an advertising executive who's gleaned success through his smarmy actions. His rival Carol (Doris Day) can't stand Jerry's immoral tactics and tells the Ad Council. In response, Jerry sends a stunning female employee (Edie Adams) to appeal to the all-male council and puts her in fake commercials for a non-existent product. When the spots accidentally air, Jerry must scramble to create the product -- if Carol doesn't first.
George Kimball (Rock Hudson) is a sweet husband, a respectable businessman … and a hopeless hypochondriac. He overhears his physician discussing another patient's terminal diagnosis and mistakes it for his own, prompting him to find a suitable husband for his wife, Judy (Doris Day). George's error leads to a whole sequence of hilarious mix-ups. Doris Day sings the title song in this Hudson-Day comedy classic.
Fed up with the arrogant antics of his best singer (Lee Bowman), a desperate talent agent (Jack Carson) looks for a fresh face, only to find star quality in chanteuse Martha Gibson (Doris Day) in this classic 1950s musical that features a cameo by Bugs Bunny. Michael Curtiz directs this remake of the 1934 film Twenty Million Sweethearts in which Bugs "dances" with Carson and Day in a memorable number that mixes animation and live action.
Beverly Boyer (Doris Day) is a happily married housewife whose life changes dramatically when the president of a soap company decides she's the perfect TV pitchwoman for his product. After the ads air, Beverly becomes famous and a better breadwinner than her doctor husband (James Garner) -- who doesn't cope well with the change! The Boyers scramble to patch up their crumbling marriage in this classic 1960s comedy.