That Touch of Mink


When wholesome, hardworking small-town girl Cathy (Doris Day) moves to New York City and meets handsome tycoon Philip (Cary Grant), she thinks she’s found the man of her dreams. Although Philip assures her he’s not the marrying kind, Cathy has other ideas.

What people are saying:

“This is what movies should be like. Great dialogue, some unpredictability, characters that play off of each other. Gig Young is a trip and a half in this one. This is a well-spent hour-and-a-half. While some of it is obviously dated (clothes, etc.), this is a fun flick.”

“Have always been a huge fan of Doris Day but this is easily my least favorite movie of hers. Dialogue is very telling of the times.. and not in a good way. But then again, I’m a sucker for an old movie.”

“A clean and interesting romantic affair between a corporate man – Cary Grant’s polished action and a childish and anxious lady.”

“I can’t really think of much to say about this film. It is an inoffensive, middle of the road romantic comedy which barely delivers 3 solid laughs. Even Cary Grant couldn’t win me over on this one.”

“lines from the movie in the order they come Cary Grant “How do you feel about tapping the unused, abundant natural resources of young, developing countries?” Doris Day “I think they should be tapped!” If you don’t understand why this is oddly magical or how Cary Grant is doing Jack Donaghy from 30 rock way before 30 Rock or why Doris Day is so damn huggable here, then what help can I give you. You heartless hag.”


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