Lover Come Back (1961) - (Movie Clip) Looks Like A Rough Day
Director Delbert Mann's opening, introducing Doris Day, and later her aide Ann B. Davis, and rival Madison Avenue ad man Jerry (Rock Hudson), with an uncredited companion, then assistant Karen Norris, and a new contract up for grabs, in Lover Come Back, 1961.
Lover Come Back (1961) -- (Movie Clip) I Wish I Were A Man Right Now!
Ad man Jerry (Rock Hudson) is managing his neurotic boss and buddy Peter (Tony Randall), legacy owner of the agency, who's worried that competitor Carol (Doris Day) has filed a complaint, director Delbert Mann using the split-screen phone gimmick from Pillow Talk, 1959, early in Lover Come Back, 1961.
Lover Come Back (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Until I See Him Sober
Nearly 45 minutes into the movie, the stars on screen together for the firs time, Doris Day as ad-gal Carol reasonably presumes that bearded Rock Hudson, playing her rival Jerry, is actually the chemist Tyler, inventor of the so-far non-existent product VIP, implications abounding, in Lover Come Back, 1961.
Lover Come Back (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Title Song
The leading lady delivers the bouncy title song by Frank De Vol and Alan Spilton, resonant early 1960's graphics, opening director Delbert Mann's much-praised romantic comedy Lover Come Back, 1961, starring Doris Day, Rock Hudson and Tony Randall.
Lover Come Back (1961) -- (Movie Clip) It Looks Down On Madison Avenue
Carol (Doris Day) has forced a hearing before the Madison Avenue ethics-enforcing Advertising Council, not knowing that her target, Jerry Webster (Rock Hudson, not seen) has tricked her witness, dishy model Rebel (Edie Adams) into hiding his dubious practices, in Lover Come Back, 1961.