SEND ME NO FLOWERS (1964) ROCK HUDSON, DORIS DAY. After eavesdropping on his doctors as they discuss another patient, George (Rock Hudson) leaves a hospital visit believing he's terminally ill. Assuming he'll soon be dead, George enlists his friend, Arnold (Tony Randall), to help him find a new husband for his wife, Judy (Doris Day). They settle on Bert (Clint Walker), But George's odd behavior makes Judy suspect he's covering up an affair...

SEND ME NO FLOWERS (1964) ROCK HUDSON, DORIS DAY. After eavesdropping on his doctors as they discuss another patient, George (Rock Hudson) leaves a hospital visit believing he's terminally ill. Assuming he'll soon be dead, George enlists his friend, Arnold (Tony Randall), to help him find a new husband for his wife, Judy (Doris Day). They settle on Bert (Clint Walker), But George's odd behavior makes Judy suspect he's covering up an affair...

How to have a $3000 wedding: Planning a wedding on a tight budget? Let me show you how.

You have a budget. When my husband proposed to me on Christmas Eve, the last thing on my mind wa.

Pillow Talk_Doris Day ribbed dress front,love this dress!

Pillow Talk_Doris Day ribbed dress front,love this dress!

Send Me No Flowers Trailer So fun. One of my top movies ever.

■ Send Me No Flowers ■ 1964 ■ Doris Day, Rock Hudson, Tony Randal ■ After a visit to his doctor, George Kimball thinks that he will die within two weeks. He wants a new man for his wife Judy, but she thinks it's a cowardly excuse to dump her.

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Doris Day, Rock Hudson, Tony Randall in "Pillow Talk"

Watch the video «Please Dont Eat the Daisies 1960 full movie» uploaded by Ursula Strauss on Dailymotion.

Watch the video «Please Dont Eat the Daisies 1960 full movie» uploaded by Ursula Strauss on Dailymotion.

Doris Day - I'm Not At All in Love (The Pajama Game)

Doris Day sings "I'm Not At All in Love" from the 1957 musical The Pajama Game starring Doris Day and John Raitt.

The Doris Day Show - Doris Days sings 'Silver Bells'

The Doris Day Show - Doris Days sings 'Silver Bells'

Doris Day in the 60's

Welcome to Heck Yeah Doris Day! Sit down, take a look around, and discover why Doris has enamored audiences for over 70 years.

Pillow Talk (1959) A huge success upon release in 1959, Pillow Talk is a New York-set romantic comedy and the first of three films Day made together with Rock Hudson – “the perfect pair”, especially in complementing blue and pink pyjamas. Lover Come Back (1961) and Send Me No Flowers (1964) followed.

The poster art for the bubbly romances of Doris Day displays some of the garish joys of a bygone marketing era.

The Thrill of it All 1967

The Thrill of it All 1967

That Touch Of Mink (1962) - Cary Grant DVD

That Touch Of Mink (1962) - Cary Grant DVD

That Touch of Mink - Cary Grant - loved his movies.and Doris Day.

Lucky Me 1954 full movie

Lucky Me 1954 full movie

Tony Randall, Doris Day & Rock Hudson

Tony Randall,Doris Day and Rock Hudson

The Man Who Knew Too Much - Doris Day in the dramatic "Que Sera Sera" scene.

The Man Who Knew Too Much - Doris Day in the dramatic "Que Sera Sera" scene.

"THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH" (1956) JIMMY STEWART and DORIS DAY

Welcome to Heck Yeah Doris Day! Sit down, take a look around, and discover why Doris has enamored.

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