Move Over, Darling:
Five years after losing his first wife Ellen (Doris Day) at sea, Nick (James Garner) is finally ready to have her declared legally dead, get remarried and settle down to a peaceful second marriage! But wedded bliss becomes marital mayhem when Ellen turns up alive - with a hilarious, hair-brained scheme to win back her husband, put a stop to the honeymoon and give first love a second chance at happily-ever-after!
O. Henry's Full House:
Celebrate the collaboration of one of America's great storytellers and some of Hollywood's brightest talent in this "engrossing and entertaining" (Hollywood Citizen-News) collection of five unforgettable O. Henry tales. Featuring "a glittering ensemble" (The Hollywood Reporter) of Hollywood's most beloved stars, this exciting collection delivers dazzling performances, hearty laughs and entertainment on a grand scale! Charles Laughton and Marilyn Monroe light up the screen in The Cop and the Anthem, a hilarious tale about a hobo looking to spend the cold night in a warm jail, while Dale Robertson and Richard Widmark go head-to-head in the murder mystery of The Clarion Call. The Last Leaf stars Anne Baxter and Jean Peters in a touching story about hope in the face of despair, and Fred Allen and Oscar Levant discover the perils inherent in kidnapping a ten-year-old terror in The Ransom of Red Chief, which was directed by Howard Hawks! The heartwarming finale to the collection is delivered with grace by Jeanne Crain and Farley Granger in The Gift of the Magi, a story about selflessness and love on Christmas morning.
On the Riviera:
It's double the fun and laughter as Danny Kaye gives a Golden Globe-winning, dual-role performance in the uproarious musical comedy, On The Riviera, costarring Gene Tierney and Corinne Calvet. When celebrated French aviator and ladies' man, Capitaine Henri Duran (Kaye), is unable to attend an all-important social soiree, his business partners hire an American nightclub entertainer, Jack Martin (Kaye, again), to take his place. Bearing an uncanny resemblance to the world-famous flier, Martin becomes the hit of the party, especially with Duran's long-suffering wife, Lili (Tierney), an amorous young woman who can't quite tell the two of them apart. Nominated for two Academy Awards, On The Riviera is "capital E entertainment" (Los Angeles Examiner), a madcap tour de farce "whose songs, dances and laughs sparkle as brightly as its Technicolor" (Time)!
Rally 'Round the Flag Boys!:
Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward and Joan Collins make a hilarious love triangle in this "wild comedy of romantic confusion and suburban turmoil" (The Film Daily) in a small town with big problems. Full of seductive laughs and uproarious situations, this "audience-rocking comedy" (L.A. Examiner) ends with one hell of a bang! Harry Bannerman (Newman) is a normal, if not unhappy, guy. His only problem is a wife (Woodward) too busy looking after the community to look after the bedroom. But his pent up troubles explode when a sultry and determined neighbor (Collins) takes interest in their shared marital neglect at the same time the Army decides to build a missile station in the town! Now, caught between his crusading wife and the temptress next door, Harry will have to get real busy real fast if he's to save the town from becoming Ground Zero and keep his marriage from moving to DEFCON 1.