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Please Don't Eat the Daisies

Please Don't Eat the Daisies(1960)

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  • Cute

    • Griffin
    • 4/5/14

    Doris Day and David Niven are believable as parents of four boys. I just love Doris Day movies and this is very entertaining.

  • Charming Family Picture

    • Muriel
    • 11/15/11

    I like Doris Day very much, but I don't like most 60's films about families and kids. Well, this isn't really like that. It's witty, sophisticated, affectionate. The relationship between man and wife is very warm and sexy. Their relationship with their kids is old fashioned. They adore them of course, but the adults definitely have a life outside the children. The way I remember my parents in fact. The supporting actors are terrific. All together, a great family film with snappy dialog and good humor. (After all, theater criticism is a large part of the plot.) Day & Niven have a good screen rapport. Too bad they didn't work together more.

  • A Jovial Comedy.

    • Frank Harris Horn
    • 9/30/10

    Doris Day, David Niven and Janis Paige star in Charles Walters' frothy screen version of Jean Kerr's best-seller. Niven is a poison-pen theatre drama critic and Doris is his beautiful young wife, who move their hectic family out of New York City to start a new life in the country, but can they adjust to urban life? Lotsa luck. Doris sings the title song along with her Oscar-winning hit song "Que Sera, Sera". A bright movie, but the humor is anything but humorous. Screen veterans, Spring Byington and Patsy Kelly co-star as Doris' mother-in-law and housekeeper. Her kids are somewhat amusing, that is, of course, if you can tolerate their behavior. The movie would later inspire the mid-1960s TV series starring Patricia Crowley. Also starring Richard Haydn, Jack Weston, Charles Herbert, Stanley Livingston, Flip Mark, John Harding, Margaret Lindsay, Benny Rubin, Len Lesser & Irene Tedrow.

  • PLease Don't Eat the Daisies - and Ooops!

    • Paul Conrad Jackson
    • 8/10/08

    When I was a teenage projectionist at the Savoy Theatre in Kingston-Upon-Hull, England, we got a new senior projectionist who, without fully explaining it, used a new filing system for the reels. So,when it came to the changeover, I pulled out the wrong reel, and with that the movie ended 20 minutes sooner than it should have!That said, this is quite a delightful movie, but what movie that Doris Day has starred in isn't delightful!

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