Tea for Two (1950)

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A socialite with aspirations of a career in show business bets her wealthy uncle $25,000 that she can say "no" to everything for two days straight, hoping winning will help her fulfill her dreams.

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  • Doris Day and Gordon MacRae in Tea for Two (1950)
  • Doris Day and Eve Arden in Tea for Two (1950)
  • Doris Day and Gordon MacRae in Tea for Two (1950)
  • Tea for Two (1950)
  • Doris Day and Gordon MacRae in Tea for Two (1950)

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20 July 2004 | inhisgrace0072005
Even for a young'un like me....I fancy this movie
Since I was a child old movies made my day when they were on the television....Long before video tape machines. Nothing, in my mind, can replace any old movie. Black & white or Technicolour, they are done with class and taste. Now, anything goes. That is a shame. Enjoy this movie. Especially, the actor who plays Doris' uncle. Can' remember his name just now.

Pillow Talk is another Doris Day film I would suggest. Her acting is so wonderful to watch. I have yet to see her act the same way in any movie I have had the pleasure to see. She is one of a kind. Her smile, her singing: Amazing!

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