Approved | | Comedy, Romance
A rich businessman and a young woman are attracted to each other, but he only wants an affair while she wants to save herself for marriage.
In her autobiography, Doris Day wrote: "Of all the people I performed with, I got to know Cary Grant least of all. He is a completely private person, totally reserved, and there is no way into him. Our relationship on That Touch of Mink (1962) was amicable but devoid of give-and-take...Not that he wasn't friendly and polite - he certainly was. But distant. Very distant. But very professional - maybe the most professional, exacting actor I ever worked with. In the scenes we played, he concerned himself with every little detail: clothes, sets, production values, the works. Cary even got involved in helping to choose the kind of mink I was slated to wear in the film."
Cathy Timberlake: Strike?
Cathy Timberlake: Hey, ump, shake your head, your eyeballs are stuck! It was a ball, it was that far away from the plate.
Umpire: Lady, will you keep it down over here? You've been riding me all night.
Cathy Timberlake: Mickey, you saw that pitch, it was a ball, wasn't it?
Mickey Mantle: It ...
When Philip and Cathy are driving up to the hotel in Bermuda: 1. He is driving on the right side of the road (In Bermuda you drive on the left); 2. He is driving a French Citroën DS19 car with the steering wheel on the left (virtually unknown in Bermuda, where they drive small British cars with the steering wheel on the right); and, 3. He is driving himself (Bermuda doesn't have car rental and only residents are allowed to own cars).
Closing credits: Our special thanks to Bergdorf Goodman for being Bergdorf Goodman.
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