The Thrill of It All (1963)

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A housewife's sudden rise to fame as a soap spokesperson leads to chaos in her home life.


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10 June 2003 | juliafwilliams
Well ahead of its time
Before the women's movement and the advances in reproductive assistance, there was The Thrill of it All, a feel-good movie for its day (and its Day, namely Doris Day). Miss Day as a typical doctor's wife, and Miss Arlene Francis as a 40-plus woman giving birth for the first time, may have portended of changes to come in society.

If the movie were remade today, it would not be surprising that Dr. Gerald Boyer would be aware of in vitro fertilization and other reproductive technology. He would even get used to his wife being a working wife.

Anyway, it is good to see a film that was released in the early part of 1963, unaware of the tragedy the world would face before the year ended.

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