Julie(1956) VHS Widowed airline stewardess Doris Day thinks she's found happiness after marrying concert pianist Louis Jourdan. But could the obsessively jealous Jourdan have been her first husband's killer, and will Day be his next target? Fast-paced thriller, with an amazing climax on board a pilotless airplane, also stars Barry Sullivan, Frank Lovejoy. 97 min. The Tunnel Of Love(1958) VHS This sparkling romantic comedy teams Doris Day and Richard Widmark as a married couple whose experiences adopting a child result in a series of hilarious episodes. Gig Young, Gia Scala, Elizabeth Wilson and Doodles Weaver star. 98 min. Pillow Talk(1959) VHS Movies Unlimited proudly presents this Doris Day classic. She's an interior decorator who shares a party line with playboy Rock Hudson. Romance ensues with a variety of unpredictable situations thrown in for good measure. Tony Randall, Thelma Ritter. 102 min. Please Don't Eat The Daisies(1960) VHS Pleasant comedy stars David Niven and Doris Day as the drama critic and his wife who pack up their brood and move from New York City to a dilapidated old house in the country, only to find old and new problems awaiting them. Janis Paige, Patsy Kelly, Richard Haydn co-star. 111 min. Lover Come Back(1961) VHS Rock Hudson and Doris Day star in this sparkling romantic romp as rival Madison Avenue executives whose feud leads Hudson to create a campaign for a non-existent product, and Day to try to win the "account" away from him. With Tony Randall, Edie Adams, Jack Kruschen. 107 min. That Touch Of Mink(1962) VHS Doris Day and Cary Grant star in this romantic comedy that's an all-time favorite. She's an unemployed young lady; he's a rich, suave bachelor who sees her as another conquest. Gig Young, John Astin, Audrey Meadows. 99 min. Move Over, Darling(1963) VHS Originally planned as the Marilyn Monroe vehicle "Something's Got to Give," this remake of 1938's "My Favorite Wife" was revamped for Doris Day. Returning home after being stranded on a remote island for five years, Day is shocked to discover that husband James Garner has remarried. Things get stickier when Garner learns that Doris wasn't on the island alone. With Polly Bergen, Chuck Connors, Don Knotts, Thelma Ritter. The Thrill Of It All(1963) VHS The quiet domestic life of Doris Day and James Garner is turned upside-down when she becomes a TV spokesperson for a detergent company in this frothy comedy that pokes fun at Madison Avenue, Suburbia and TV, courtesy of scripter Carl Reiner. With Edward Andrews, Arlene Francis, ZaSu Pitts. 108 min. Send Me No Flowers(1964) VHS One of the finest Doris Day-Rock Hudson pairings casts Rock as a hypochondriac so sure of impending death that he's trying to fix Doris up with a new love interest. Tony Randall, Paul Lynde, Clint Walker co-star. 100 min. The Glass Bottom Boat(1966) VHS Comedy mixes with romance in this wacky spy spoof as public relations specialist Doris Day finds that her job in a space lab leads her into a world of zany espionage proceedings and a relationship with boss Rod Taylor. John McGiver, Paul Lynde, Dom DeLuise and Arthur Godfrey also star. 110 min. Where Were You When The Lights Were Out?(1968) VHS After she discovers her husband getting a little too cozy with a secretary during the famous 1965 New York power failure, actress Doris Day decides to relax at her Connecticut home. But things are anything but quiet when she's joined by scheming executive Robert Morse, and, later, inquisitive Patrick O'Neal. With Lola Albright, Terry-Thomas, Steve Allen and Pat Paulsen. 94 min. The Rock Hudson/ Doris Day Collection VHS "Lover Come Back," "Pillow Talk" and "Send Me No Flowers" are all in this deluxe boxed tribute to one of Hollywood's favorite comedic couples. It's A Great Feeling(1949) VHS The stars are out in this musical comedy set on the Warner Bros. lot in Hollywood. Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson (as "themselves") play actors whose clashing egos result in funny feuding and hilarious double-crossing, and Doris Day is the waitress whom each man promises to make a star. Cameos include Gary Cooper, Joan Crawford, Edward G. Robinson. Score by Jules Styne and Sammy Cahn includes "Give Me a Song With a Beautiful Melody," "At the Cafe Rendezvous," and the title tune. 85 min. My Dream Is Yours(1949) VHS Breezy musical comedy starring Doris Day as a young singer who wants to be a radio star and Jack Carson as a talent scout who wants to help her make it in the business. There's supporting turns by Adolphe Menjou, Eve Arden and Franklin Pangborn; a dream sequence boasting Bugs Bunny and Tweety Pie; and songs like "My Dream Is Yours" and "Some Like You." 101 min. Tea For Two(1950) VHS Musical comedy based on "No, No, Nanette" stars Doris Day as a would-be stage singer who, in order to win money for a Broadway play, must say "no" to every question asked her for 24 hours. Gordon MacRae, Gene Nelson, Eve Arden and Billy De Wolfe also star; features songs like "I Know That You Know," "I Want to Be Happy," "I Only Have Eyes for You" and "Oh Me, Oh My." 98 min. Lullaby Of Broadway(1951) VHS Stage singer Doris Day arrives in New York from London to visit her one-time star mother (Gladys George), unaware that her career has hit the skids thanks to alcoholism. A wealthy man and his valet attempt to keep the truth from her in this charming musical laced with comedy and pathos. Gene Nelson, S.Z. Sakall, Billy De Wolfe also star; songs include "Just One of Those Things," "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" and the title tune. 92 min. I'll See You In My Dreams(1951) VHS A music-filled biography of songwriter Gus Kahn (Danny Thomas), chronicling his early career in Chicago, his success with Ziegfeld in New York, his problems during the Depression era and his relationship with wife Grace LeBoy (Doris Day). Songs include "It Had to Be You," "Love Me or Leave Me," "Ain't We Got Fun," "I Never Knew" and more. With Frank Lovejoy. 110 min. On Moonlight Bay(1951) VHS Lively musical-comedy starring Doris Day as a tomboy in a small Indiana town before World War I who falls for college student Gordon MacRae, much to the dismay of her banker father. Partially based on Boothe Tarkington's "Penrod" stories, the film also stars Leon Ames, Rosemary DeCamp and Billy Gray; songs include the title tune, "'Til We Meet Again," "Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag." 95 min. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon(1953) VHS A spirited sequel to "On Moonlight Bay" starring Doris Day as a woman who meets all sorts of funny obstacles while awaiting her wedding day with World War I veteran Gordon MacRae. Songs include the title tune, "I'll Forget You" and "Ain't We Got Fun." With Leon Ames, Rosemary DeCamp, Mary Wickes and Merv Griffin. 101 min. Calamity Jane(1953) VHS Doris Day shines as the Old West's sassy female sharpshooter in a rip-roarin' musical comedy about her travels to Chicago to bring back a famed opera singer to save her town's dance hall, but winds up returning with her maid. Also stars Howard Keel, Allyn Ann McLerie, Philip Carey and Dick Wesson. Songs include the Oscar-winning "Secret Love," and more. 101 min. April In Paris(1953) VHS Doris Day is the perky chorus girl mistakenly sent to a Paris arts festival who finds love on an ocean liner with milquetoast diplomat Ray Bolger. Dancing, singing and sparkling romance ensue, with songs like "It Must Be Good," "That's What Makes Paree" and "The Place You Hold in My Heart." With Eve Miller, Claude Dauphin. 101 min. Lucky Me(1954) VHS A group of out-of-work entertainers find themselves relegated to kitchen work at a Miami hotel, but spunky Doris Day teams up with songwriter Robert Cummings to convince an oil tycoon to sponsor Cummings' new show. There's just one obstacle: the oilman's spoiled daughter keeps getting in the way. Breezy musical also stars Phil Silvers, Eddie Foy, Jr., Nancy Walker. 99 min. Young At Heart(1954) VHS Great musical/drama, based on the 1938 film "Four Daughters," with Frank Sinatra as a musician who comes to a small town to work with composer Gig Young and winds up stealing fiancee Doris Day from him. Top-notch score includes "Someone to Watch Over Me" and the title tune. With Dorothy Malone, Ethel Barrymore. 120 min. The Pajama Game(1957) VHS Labor relations take on a whole new meaning in George Abbott's filming of the hit Broadway musical, with garment worker activist Doris Day and factory foreman John Raitt playing the enemies-turned-lovers. "Steam Heat," "Hernando's Hideaway" and "I'm Not at All in Love" are among the memorable Adler/Ross tunes enhanced by Bob Fosse's choreography. Special video edition includes outtakes of the unused "The Man Who Invented Love" number and original theatrical trailers for Day's "Romance on the High Seas" and "Calamity Jane," and Adler and Ross' "Damn Yankees." 101 min.