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  • There is the usual happy ending, but it's not all that fulfilling considering that the angst was fairly boring

    • by Orrymain

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      Doris Day stars with Rod Taylor in Do Not Disturb. It’s not a big favorite of mine, and it’s not as fun or entertaining as her movies with Rock Hudson and James Garner were. While Taylor’s other outing with Day, The Glass Bottom Boat, was a winner in my book, Do Not Disturb has always

      left me flat.

      The movie is supposed to take place in Europe. Day’s character of Janet Harper is left at home to decorate the house and such, while Taylor’s Mike Harper works in town. There’s all sort of mayhem when Mike thinks Janet is having a fling, which she’s not, of course.

      The supporting cast looks good on ...

      • paper — Hermione Baddeley, Reginald Gardiner, and Leon Askin — but as I said, I wasn’t enchanted or enthralled by the motion picture. Newcomer Maura McGiveney was nominated for a Golden Globe, but her career was fairly limited to some TV roles before she focused on other things.

        I’ve been trying to think about something positive to

        mention in this review of Do Not Disturb. The countryside is lovely, but then it’s stock footage because the entire movie was filmed in Los Angeles. There is the usual happy ending, but it’s not all that fulfilling considering that the angst was fairly boring.

        This is one Doris Day movie I’m never that eager to watch.

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