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Send Me No Flowers

Send Me No Flowers(1964)

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Brief Synopsis

When he mistakenly thinks he's dying, a hypochondriac tries to choose his wife's next husband.

Cast & Crew

Norman Jewison Director
Rock Hudson George Kimball
Doris Day Judy Kimball
Tony Randall Arnold Nash
Clint Walker Bert Power
Edward Andrews Dr. Ralph Morrisey
Patricia Barry Linda Bullard
Hal March Winston Burr
Paul Lynde Mr. Akins
Dave Willock Milkman
Helene Winston Woman commuter
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Los Angeles opening: 14 Oct 1964
Release Date:  1964 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co:  Universal Pictures
Sound:  Mono (Westrex Recording System) Production Co:  Martin Melcher Productions
Duration(mins):  100 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Who cares?

    michele 2018-08-13

    This is for John: Who cares what Rock Hudson was in his private life? He was an ACTOR, playing a part (and very well IMO). How many actors, past or... MORE>

  • IRONIC

    john 2018-08-12

    How can anyone in the know seriously watch these Kappelhoff/Fitzgerald movies about love/marriage etc.--knowing what kind of a person he was--not just his... MORE>

  • A Doctor Making House Calls?

    Robin H 2018-03-11

    The undeniable chemistry between the acting trio, Day Hudson Randall is pure magic as so many have stated before me, but little to nothing has been... MORE>