Do Not Disturb Script

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Year:1965
Director:Ralph Levy
Written by:Milt Rosen (Screenplay), Richard L. Breen (Screenplay), William Fairchild (Theatre Play)

Script Synopsis:"Doris Day continues her reign as America's sweetheart" (Motion Picture Herald) in this "bright, colorful comedy of marital misunderstanding" (The Film Daily). Co-starring Rod Taylor (The Glass Bottom Boat) and featuring whip-smart dialogue, a hilarious plot, sumptuous locales and costumes and the song "Au Revoir Is Goodbye With a Smile," Do Not Disturb is a delightful romp from start to finish! What's a devoted wife to do when her husband spends more time "working" with his sexy secretary than helping her with their new home? For Janet Taylor (Day), an American who has relocated to England with her executive husband Mike (Taylor), 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!
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PT 109 Script

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Year:1963
Director:Leslie H. Martinson
Written by:Richard L. Breen (Screenplay), Howard Sheehan (Adaptation), Vincent X. Flaherty (Adaptation), Robert J. Donovan (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Dramatization of President John F. Kennedy's war time experiences during which he captained a PT boat, took it to battle and had it sunk by a Japanese destroyer. He and the survivors had to make their way to an island, find food and shelter and signal the Navy for rescue.
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Niagara Script

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Year:1953
Director:Henry Hathaway
Written by:Charles Brackett (Writer), Walter Reisch (Writer), Richard L. Breen (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Rose Loomis and her older, gloomier husband, George, are vacationing at a cabin in Niagara Falls, N.Y. The couple befriend Polly and Ray Cutler, who are honeymooning in the area. Polly begins to suspect that something is amiss between Rose and George, and her suspicions grow when she sees Rose in the arms of another man. While Ray initially thinks Polly is overreacting, things between George and Rose soon take a shockingly dark turn.
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State Fair Script

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Year:1962
Director:José Ferrer
Written by:Richard L. Breen (Screenplay), Oscar Hammerstein II (Adaptation), Paul Green (Adaptation), Sonya Levien (Adaptation), Philip Strong (Novel)

Script Synopsis:The third film version of 'State Fair' (and the second musical version).Margy Frake this time round is played by newcomer Pamela Tiffin, who has her voice dubbed as Jeanne Crain did 17 years earlier. Her squire at the fair this time round is called Jerry and works for that new-fangled media, the 'tube' or TV. He's played by Bobby Darin who looks far too old to be chasing Tiffin - perhaps that is why a couple of references were added in this version about her age.
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