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Move over, Darling?
A fine '60's comedy. Garner is married to Bergen, only to discover that his first wife, Day, is alive. The film is really funny and giddy, but has it's share of scenes only found in marital comedies. A product of it's time, this is an enjoyable, entertaining bone-tickler. I give it a 4/5.
The best scene...
is when Doris drives through the car wash in a convertible !
One of the "BEST" Movies I have seen in a long time. It was upbeat, funny and just overall wonderful!!!! I would recommend this pic to anyone.
Better than the original
Doris Day beats Irene Dune any day!
I love this movie. But then, I love the Cary Grant, Doris Day, Rock Hudson, etc.., movies. I love this comedy --- especially James Garner driving down the road imagining Doris aka "Eve" on the island with "Adam." We watched this on Mother's Day with the whole family and everyone liked it --- from age 16 to 80. I am looking forward to adding this to my collection --- I've been looking for it for a while!!! I suggest everyone should see this movie.