Tea for Two

1950, Musical/Comedy, 1h 38m

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Nanette (Doris Day) has dreams of Broadway, but lacks the funds to stage the musical her boyfriend, Larry (Billy De Wolfe), has written. After extracting a promise from him to make her the star of the show, Nanette turns to her wealthy uncle (S.Z. Sakall) for the money. He agrees to lend her the $25,000, but on one condition -- that for an entire day she must answer "No" to any and all questions. Though she readily agrees, Nanette soon realizes the bet is easier made than won.

Cast & Crew

Doris Day
Nanette Carter
Gordon MacRae
Jimmy Smith
Gene Nelson
Tommy Trainor
Patrice Wymore
Beatrice Darcy
Eve Arden
Pauline Hastings
S.Z. Sakall
J. Maxwell Bloomhaus
Bill Goodwin
William "Moe" Early
Johnny McGovern
Richard Smith (uncredited)
Harry Harvey
Mr. Grover
Herschel Daugherty
Theatre Manager (uncredited)
Abe Dinovitch
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
John Hedloe
Chorus Boy (uncredited)
Jack Daley
Truck Driver (uncredited)
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  • Jan 27, 2009
    Breezy version of No, No, Nanette in beautiful Technicolor. Doris and Gordon always made a good team in their films and this is no exception both are in fine voice. Eve Arden proves again that along with Thelma Ritter she was the best supporting actress the movies ever had. The only small quibble-since the film is set in the 20's why are all the hairstyles and fashions straight out of the 50's?
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