Thursday, December 18, 2008
By Michael Lee | Posted: 16 Dec 2008
Doris Day and her girl-next-door charm come to DVD once again April 7, 2009, (prebook March 30) when Warner Home Video and Tuner Classic Movies release the five-DVD set TCM Spotlight: The Doris Day Collection at $49.92. It includes April in Paris, It’s a Great Feeling, Starlift, Tea for Two and Tunnel of Love.
In April in Paris, Day plays a chorus girl who mistakenly receives an invitation to represent the American theater in an art exposition in Paris. In It’s a Great Feeling, Day hopes to get her big break in Hollywood when she receives help from two actors, Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan.
Starlift features Day in a musical. Tea for Two is a reworking of the film No, No, Nannette, in which Day plays a wealthy heiress who bets her uncle $25,000 dollars that she can say no to everything for 48 hours.
In Tunnel of Love, Day plays as a wife whose efforts to have a child are unsuccessful, and she resorts to applying at the Rock-A-Bye Baby Adoption Agency.