The Tunnel of Love (1958)

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A series of misunderstandings leaves a married man believing he has impregnated the owner of an adoption agency, and that she will be his and his wife's surrogate.

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  • Doris Day and Richard Widmark in The Tunnel of Love (1958)
  • Doris Day and Richard Widmark in The Tunnel of Love (1958)
  • Doris Day and Richard Widmark in The Tunnel of Love (1958)
  • Richard Widmark and Gia Scala in The Tunnel of Love (1958)
  • Doris Day and Richard Widmark in The Tunnel of Love (1958)
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6 February 2018 | HotToastyRag
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| Groundbreaking subject matter
In the groundbreaking romantic drama, Doris Day and Richard Widmark can't have children, and not for lack of trying. Gene Kelly directs this drama that touches on some untouched topics in 1958. In the good ol' days, there was a blackout after a wedding scene and the next shot opened on a bassinet. Now, in the last years of the Hays Code, Doris and Dick openly discuss ovulation cycles, how to track them, and what to do when it's the right time. It was very scandalous at the time.

When the gorgeous couple get fed up with waiting for nature to give them a child, they decide to adopt-but how will they cope when the equally gorgeous Gia Scala enters their lives? While the second half of the movie gets a little silly, the first half is very fun to watch. Doris and Dick have great chemistry together, and it's always a treat to watch an old movie in which a married couple has realistic problems. It wasn't very often that classic movies mentioned adoption, surrogacy, and infertility, let alone made an entire movie about them. Plus, through a career playing bad guys and never getting the girl, it's nice that Richard Widmark is the hero of the story, and he starts out already having the girl!

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