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Do Not Disturb (1965)

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Doris Day and Rod Taylor star in this romantic comedy as Janet and Mike Harper, a married couple who relocate to England when Mike is transferred by the company for whom he works. While Janet and Mike seem to be happy together, the trip across the pond seems to bring on a case of the Seven Year Itch; he has his head turned by his new secretary, while she meets an amorous antique dealer. While the Harpers both begin to see the error of their ways, will they both retreat in time to save their marriage? The supporting cast includes Hermione Baddeley, Reginald Gardiner, and former presidential press secretary turned journalist Pierre Salinger. ~ Mark Deming, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Classics, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Milt Rosen, Richard L. Breen
In Theaters:
On DVD: Feb 27, 2007
Runtime:
Twentieth Century Fox

Cast

Doris Day
as Janet Harper
Rod Taylor
as Mike Harper
Hermione Baddeley
as Vanessa Courtwright
Sergio Fantoni
as Paul Bellari
Maura McGiveney
as Claire Hackett
Leon Askin
as Langsdorf
Lisa Pera
as Alicia
Barbara Morrison
as Mrs. Ordley
Dick Winslow
as One-Man Band
Pierre Salinger
as American Consul
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Critic Reviews for Do Not Disturb

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | February 23, 2012
Variety
Top Critic

Lightweight almost to the point of distraction...

Full Review… | February 23, 2007
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Audience Reviews for Do Not Disturb

I absolutely adore Doris Day, but this was not one of her greatest comedies. While it tries very hard to ride on the coattails of such classics as Pillow Talk and Move Over Darling, the script is severely lacking of originality or wit. It feels forced and doesn't get off the merry-go-round long enough for you to care about the couple whose marriage is at stake. While there are some decent moments, and Doris Day is always a delight, it's overall quite forgettable.

It's classic Doris Day 60s persona and plot ... without any Cary Grant or Rock Hudson as a comedic foil. In that sense, it's sort of like taking a spin in a Ferrari that has a flat tire.

RECOMMENDATION: If you really really enjoyed "That Touch of Mink" and/or "Pillow Talk," well you must check it out ... but lowered expectations are well advised.

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