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Move Over, Darling (1963) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Michael Gordon and produced by Martin Melcher and Aaron Rosenberg.

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Judge Bryson: [To Nick] You mean your own mother charged you with bigamy?
Grace Arden: I certainly did.
Judge Bryson: I hope you remember this on Mothers' Day.


Nicholas Arden: Are you out of your mind?
Grace Arden: Just a little. I can't quite seem to adjust; two daughters-in-law for only one son.
Nicholas Arden: Well, as long as you had only one, why'd it have to be me?


Ellen Wagstaff Arden: Child?! Nick is not a child.
Grace Arden: No, he's not that smart. He's only a man.


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This film became the sixth-biggest moneymaker of 1964.
The role played by Chuck Connors was originally intended for Randolph Scott, but Scott announced his retirement from acting before filming began.
Doris Day proved what a trouper she truly was when James Garner accidentally cracked two of her ribs (during the massage scene, when he pulls her off of Polly Bergen). Garner wasn't even aware that Day was injured until the next day, when he felt the bandage while putting his arms around her.
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