Move Over, Darling

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Overview

A man makes the highly unexpected discovery that he has two wives in this romantic comedy. Widower Nick Arden James Garner has just set off on his honeymoon with his new wife Bianca Polly Bergen when his mother Grace Thelma Ritter receives a very unexpected guest -- Nick's late wife Ellen Doris Day. While Ellen was proclaimed legally dead five years after her plane disappeared in a flight over the Pacific Ocean, in truth her flight crash-landed on a desert island where she was stranded with Stephen Burkett Chuck ...
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Overview

A man makes the highly unexpected discovery that he has two wives in this romantic comedy. Widower Nick Arden James Garner has just set off on his honeymoon with his new wife Bianca Polly Bergen when his mother Grace Thelma Ritter receives a very unexpected guest -- Nick's late wife Ellen Doris Day. While Ellen was proclaimed legally dead five years after her plane disappeared in a flight over the Pacific Ocean, in truth her flight crash-landed on a desert island where she was stranded with Stephen Burkett Chuck Connors and only now has managed to return to civilization. When Grace informs Ellen that Nick has just left town with his new wife, Ellen heads out to the resort where the newlyweds are staying, and comic confusion ensues. Move Over, Darling began life as a project called Something's Got to Give, which was the film that Marilyn Monroe was working on at the time of her death; besides Monroe, the original cast included Dean Martin, Cyd Charisse, and Phil Silvers.
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Special Features

The Amazing Road to Move Over, Darling featurette; Doris vs. Marilyn featurette; A Conversation With Polly Bergen featurette; Photo gallery; D.W. Griffith's Enoch Arden: Part II the 1911 film based on the original poem which inspired Move Over, Darling; Restoration comparison
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/30/2007
  • UPC: 024543400745
  • Original Release: 1963
  • Rating:

  • Source: Fox Searchlight
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled / Dubbed
  • Time: 1:43:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 1,207

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Doris Day Ellen Wagstaff Arden
James Garner Nick Arden
Polly Bergen Bianca Steele Arden
Chuck Connors Stephen Burkett (Adam)
Thelma Ritter Grace Arden
Fred Clark Mr. Codd
Don Knotts Shoe Clerk
Elliott Reid Dr. Schlick
Edgar Buchanan Judge Bryson
John Astin Clyde Prokey
Pat Harrington Jr. District Attorney
Eddie Quillan Bellboy
Max Showalter Desk clerk
Alvy Moore Waiter
Christopher Connelly Ranking Seaman
Med Flory Seaman
Bess Flowers Woman
Kelton Garwood
Mary George Maid
Harold Goodwin Bailiff
Sid Gould Waiter at Pool
Billy Halop Seaman
John Harmon Taxi Driver
Ted Jacques Pool Attendant
Ed McNally Cmdr.
Joseph Mell Stock Clerk
Emile G. Meyer Process Server
Pat Moran Drunk
Jack Orrison Bartender
Stan Richards Officer
Sheila Rogers Secretary
Michael Romanoff Floorwalker
Rachel Romen Injured Man's Wife
Alan Sues Court Clerk
Brad Trumbull Process Servers
Rosa Turich Maria
Technical Credits
Michael Gordon Director
L.B. Abbott Special Effects
Hilyard M. Brown Art Director
Daniel L. Fapp Cinematographer
Paul S. Fox Set Decoration/Design
Hal Kanter Screenwriter
Emil Kosa Jr. Special Effects
Moss Mabry Costumes/Costume Designer
Leo McCarey Screenwriter
Martin Melcher Producer
Lionel Newman Score Composer
Ben Nye Sr. Makeup
Aaron Rosenberg Producer
Walter Scott Set Decoration/Design
Jack Sher Screenwriter
Robert L. Simpson Editor
Jack Martin Smith Art Director
Bella Spewack Screenwriter
Samuel Spewack Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Move Over, Darling
1. Main Titles [2:17]
2. Nicks New Wife [5:24]
3. The Late Mrs. Arden [2:53]
4. A Moving Violation [:34]
5. Ellen's Little Girls [3:24]
6. Back From the Dead [:23]
7. The Interrupted Honeymoon [6:03]
8. Paging Nick Arden [9:16]
9. The American Way [:41]
10. Meanwhile, in Suite C... [6:04]
11. Four Simple Words [2:24]
12. Twinkle Lullaby [5:35]
13. Cooking up Trouble [2:14]
14. The Swedish Nurse [2:40]
15. This Woman Is Not That Woman! [3:23]
16. Who Is Stephen Burkett? [3:12]
17. The Substitute Steve [1:28]
18. Coming Clean [4:53]
19. Nick the Bigamist [2:32]
20. Mommy [2:39]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Move Over, Darling
   Play Film
   Language Selection
      Language and Audio: English Mono
      Language and Audio: English Stereo
      Language and Audio: French Mono
      Language and Audio: Spanish Mono
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      The Amazing Road to Move Over, Darling
      Doris Day vs. Marilyn Monroe
      A Conversation With Polly Bergen
      D.W. Griffith's Enoch Arden" Part II - the 1911 Film Based on the Original Poem Which Inspired Move Over, Darling|}|}|}
      Restoration Comparison
      Trailers
      Photo Gallery
      The Doris Day Collection
         Do Not Disturb
         Caprice
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    LOVE IT!

    Move Over, Darling is one of my favorite movies!!! I love Doris Day! She is awesome! This is definitely a keeper!!! It is a very good feel happy movie!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Move Over For More Fun With Doris!

    Once again, Doris Day is paired with James Garner....and their chemistry together is magical. Like all of this fluffy product from the 60's, it has some dated moments and a few sappy ones....but that just adds to the charm. Here is a remake not to miss..especially when Doris confronts her rival Bianca, who she refers to as 'Binaca'.....and gives her a backrub that turns into a wrestling match.

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