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MIDNIGHT LACE (1960) - Doris Day portrays a rich young wife living in London who is the target of life-threatening phone calls and near fatal accidents. Everyone becomes a potential murderer, including her debonair husband, an adoring next- door-neighbor, and a construction foreman working nearby. MOVE OVER DARLING (1963) - Five years after losing his first wife at sea, Nick is finally ready to have her declared legally dead, get remarried and settle down to a peaceful second marriage! But wedded bliss becomes marital mayhem when Ellen turns up alive -- with a hilarious, hair-brained scheme to win back her husband, put a stop to the honeymoon and give first love a second chance at happily-ever-after!DO NOT DISTURB (1965) What's a devoted wife to do when her husband spends more time working with his sexy secretary? For Janet Taylor, an American who has relocated to England with her executive husband Mike, there's only one solution - make him jealous by inventing an admirer. But as soon as Janet creates her make-believe Romeo, a real suitor arrives, whisks Janet off to Paris, wines and dines her...and comes face-to-face with an insanely irate Mike! CAPRICE (1967) - Industrial spy Patricia Fowler is hot on the trail of a secret formula with the power to change the world...by keeping ladies' hair dry in the water! So important is this miracle hair spray that cosmetics operatives everywhere have mobilized to find it. But when Patricia crosses paths with sexy spy Christopher White, she discovers something much more sinister behind her quest...a plot that could cause bad-hair days the world over!
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Doris Day, James Garner, Rex Harrison, Richard Harris