The Thrill of It All


Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 73%
IMDb Rating 7 10 4,178


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Doris Day as Georgia Garrett
James Garner as Self - The Great Escape - Hendley 'The Scrounger'
Kym Karath as Maggie Boyer
Paul Frees as Narrator
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895.6 MB
23.976 fps
108 min
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108 min
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Reviewed by bpklaw 10 / 10 / 10

Details about this film

Did anyone notice that Buddy Hackett was one of the guys cleaning out the pool on the construction team after the detergent. Beverly's kid is strikingly similar to Ron Howard and this is the same era as the "Music Man." A 1958 Cheverolet convertible (Impala) while still in style in 1963 is now iconic, much more than an '63 Imperial. Water damage ruins everything. In today's market we would say that was car murder! James Garner and Doris Day are quite special by today's standards. This film was avant guard for woman's rights to be treated equally. In 1963 this was quite a step forward

Reviewed by Peter Zullmmann 7 / 10 / 10

Doris's Day

This is the first time I write a comment about a film. Considering that my favorite films, since I discovered the movies, are by Scorsese, Gonzalez Inarritu, Polanski, etc. What am I doing selecting a Doris Day comedy for my first review. Okay, let me tell you. I was overwhelmed by the sheer brilliance of the lady. I've always heard about Doris Day but I had never seen her (The Man Who Knew Too Much is my next one). She is extraordinary because in the midst of all the zaniness there is an unquestionable truth. I believed completely in her character I never thought for a moment she was trying to sell me something. I recognized her, I knew who her character was and then, of course, I laughed, loud and hard. So the reason that I've selected "The Thrill Of It All" as my first review is because that's what cinema is all about. Surprises and discoveries. Thank you Doris Day, you've given me something new to look forward to.

Reviewed by JasparLamarCrabb 7 / 10 / 10

A pointed satire in the guise of a 60s glossy comedy

An immensely enjoyable movie. Doctor's wife Doris Day is suddenly TV's "it" girl when she starts appearing in soap commercials. Domestic mayhem ensues. Husband James Garner is none too happy and Day finds juggling home-life, work-life and instant celebrity pretty difficult. It's a pointed satire in the guise of a 60s glossy comedy directed with a very sure hand by Norman Jewison and written by the great Carl Reiner (with an assist from Larry Gelbart). Day is terrific and has plenty of chemistry with Garner. The colorful supporting cast includes Arlene Francis, Edward Andrews, Zasu Pitts as a daffy housekeeper and Reginald Owen as Day's chief benefactor. Reiner himself pops up in a series of cameos that get progressively more ridiculous. Russell Metty provided the high gloss cinematography.

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