Norman Barasch


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That Funny Feeling (1965) -- (Movie Clip) All Men Are My Brothers Exposition about Bobby Darin as New York publishing exec Tom, who rings his apartment not realizing that the maid working there is Sandra Dee, the gal who turned his head minutes earlier on the way to work, then consulting with Donald O’Connor as his boss, early in That Funny Feeling, 1965.
That Funny Feeling (1965) -- (Movie Clip) My Eyes Were On That Girl Opening with Paul Frees narration, veteran Richard Thorpe directing for MGM, starting with the universe then narrowing down to what will be a triple meet-cute for married stars Bobby Darin and Sandra Dee, Larry Blake the cop, in That Funny Feeling, 1965.
That Funny Feeling (1965) -- (Movie Clip) That's Not What I Do For A Living The third and most elaborate chance collision between married stars Bobby Darin, as publisher Tom, and Sandra Dee as aspiring actress and housemaid Joan, who still haven’t realized she’s the one who cleans his apartment, Ben Lessy the bartender as they chat, in That Funny Feeling, 1965.
Send Me No Flowers (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Title Song, Feeling Low? Leading lady Doris Day sings the distinctive Burt Bacharach-Hal David title tune, and leading man Rock Hudson groans his way through an opening gag narrated by Herb Vigran, opening the two stars' last feature together, Send Me No Flowers, 1964, co-starring Tony Randall.
Send Me No Flowers (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Even At A Time Like This! Neurotic George (Rock Hudson) has just incorrectly told best pal Arnold (Tony Randall) that he's dying, but he's determined to keep the news from wife Judy (Doris Day), which is difficult, as they're blotto getting off the train, early in Send Me No Flowers, 1964, directed by Norman Jewison.
Send Me No Flowers (1964) -- (Movie Clip) I Am Not A Hypochondriac! Having been introduced in their own nutty character vignettes, the first scene together for suburban husband and wife George and Judy (Rock Hudson, Doris Day), Norman Jewison directing, from a play by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore, Send Me No Flowers, 1964.