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  • One of the best parts of Please Don't Eat the Daisies is watching Kate and her friends in the countryside perform a play

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      A TV series came out of this movie production of Please Don’t Eat the Daisies, starring the beautiful and talented Doris Day. Along with Day, David Niven starred. Day and Niven are a bit odd together, but it works really well. I’ve always been surprised by how much I can buy into their relationship in this

      movie.

      Niven is Larry McKay, a New York critic. Day is his wife, Kate. They have four very rambunctious children, including one that they keep locked up in a cage because he’s a master of escape. Now these days, that kind of comedy just wouldn’t work, but in 1960, it was just hilarious.

      One of my other favorites ...


      • is also in this film, Spring Byington. She plays Day’s mom and is a pure delight to watch. Byington is like spring itself, fresh and bouncy. I just adore her.

        One of the best parts of Please Don’t Eat the Daisies is watching Kate and her friends in the countryside perform a play. It’s always a

        hoot to watch actors pretending to act, especially when they have to play bad actors. I admire how they can do that, and here, it’s ultra funny.

        Please Don’t Eat the Daisies is a pleasant movie with some very good laughs and a strong cast. I wouldn’t call it great, but I would term it as entertaining and pleasant to watch.




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