Move Over, Darling1963

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Move Over, Darling
Directed by:
Michael Gordon

Released in the USA on December 19 of 1963, "Move Over, Darling" (also known as "Eine zuviel im Bett", "Fammi posto tesoro") is a Comedy/Romance film directed by Michael Gordon, and written by Hal Kanter (screenplay) and Bella Spewack (1940 screenplay My Favorite Wife) . Doris Day is starring, alongside James Garner, Polly Bergen, Thelma Ritter, Fred Clark and Don Knotts.

Who directed "Move Over, Darling":

Move Over, Darling was directed by Michael Gordon, an English director, actor, and writer.

Before directing Move Over, Darling, Michael Gordon had directed For Love or Money, released in 1963, Boys' Night Out (1962), Portrait in Black (1960), Pillow Talk (1959), The Secret of Convict Lake (1951), and I Can Get It for You Wholesale (1951). Since, he directed Texas Across the River, released in 1966.

What was the release date of "Move Over, Darling":

Move Over, Darling was first released in the United States on Thursday, December 19, 1963. Another film released on Thursday, December 19, 1963 is The Victors (dir. Carl Foreman). This was fifty-five (55) years ago.

It has been released on Friday, February 21, 1964 in Germany.

What is the casting of "Move Over, Darling":

At the casting of Move Over, Darling we find Doris Day, previously seen in The Thrill of It All (1963) and Billy Rose's Jumbo (1962); James Garner (The Wheeler Dealers (1963), The Thrill of It All (1963)); Polly Bergen (The Caretakers (1963), Cape Fear (1962)) [ more... ]

  • Pat Harrington Jr. and James Garner, Elliott Reid, John Astin also appeared in The Wheeler Dealers, released in 1963.
  • Max Showalter, Alvy Moore and Chuck Connors also appeared together in Designing Woman, released in 1957.
  • Elliott Reid and Doris Day, James Garner can also be seen in The Thrill of It All, released in 1963.

What is the Storyline of "Move Over, Darling":

Ellen Wagstaff Arden (Doris Day), a mother of two young children, was believed to be lost at sea following an airplane accident. Her husband, Nick Arden (James Garner), was one of the survivors.

After years of searching for her, he decides to move on with his life by having her declared legally dead and marrying Bianca (Polly Bergen), all on the same day. However, Ellen is alive; she is rescued and returns home that particular day. At first crestfallen, she is relieved to discover from her [...]

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