Movies: What kind of boy for me?

In the movie with burt/day what kind of boy must he be for me?10 points for the correct answer


This is an old just got color tv movie,a love story with singing........Burt/Day starred in it.......

Update 2:

Playboy Phone-line connection Doris/Reynolds

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  • 1 decade ago
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    A farmer!

    Doris Day was still a big movie star when she switched gears and hit the sitcom trail in 1968. The Doris Day Show traded on her bright-bulb cheerfulness and effortless audience rapport for its appeal, and in its second and third seasons became a top-20 hit. Day herself was not happy with the premise of the first season, however: a widow and her two young sons move to the country to live with her father. The irony was, the job Day's character was leaving behind--writer for a New York women's magazine--was much more in the vein of her successful movie parts. (One episode has her traveling back to NYC to help on a story, and frankly she looks much happier there.)

    Instead, the TV series lays on the rural corn, with much humor stemming from the grizzled father (Denver Pyle) and Gomer Pyle-like handyman (James Hampton). Doris's single status occasionally makes for a storyline, but this was the beginning of the great era of TV widows and widowers, and her loyalty remained with her boys. As a performer, Day retained the spunk and the naturalistic, conversational style she developed in movies, and it must be said that for a woman in her mid-40s she had the figure of a 19-year-old.

    The series would switch locations (her character landed a job in San Francisco in season 2, which is previewed in the DVD extras) and change casts periodically. Perhaps the "jump the shark" episode for season 1 involves a tiger that gets loose on the ranch, one of those laborious contrivances that sank many a late-sixties sitcom before All in the Family and The Mary Tyler Moore Show came along to save the day. The DVD set includes some quirky video messages from Doris Day promoting the show in 1968, two entertaining 1950s Day appearances on What's My Line?, and interviews with then-child-actor Philip Brown and James Hampton, who would become a regular in the Burt Reynolds stock company. All 28 first-season episodes are here, probably for Day completists only. --Robert Horton


    Doris Day, one of the greatest box-office names in motion picture history, made her television acting debut headlining this heart-warming comedy series which originally ran for five successful years on CBS-TV from 1968-1973.

    THE DORIS DAY SHOW features the beloved star as Doris Martin, a widowed mother who has left the city to raise her two young sons on the MIll Valley, California farm of her father Buck, played by Denver Pyle (The Dukes Of Hazzard). James Hampton (F-Troop) portrays hired hand Leroy B. Simpson.

    THE DORIS DAY SHOW SEASON ONE contains all 28 complete episodes from the 1968-69 season plus a wealth of rare and new bonus features

    I pulled this off the net for you Patti Peace!

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  • gubser
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    3 years ago

    i might could say action, adventure, and comedy. action like Iron guy or adventure video clips like Harry Potter, even video clips like the Blind factor. Get a action picture that bargains along with his admired game in case you recognize what his admired game is.

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  • 1 decade ago

    to love order , an obey

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't understand your question - sorry

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