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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: Where'd you study law, anyway?
Nicholas Arden: Harvard, sir.
Judge Bryson: I might have known; a Yale man myself.


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


Ellen Wagstaff Arden: Oh, Grace. There was a man on that island with me.
Grace Arden: How marvelous. No wonder you look so well. But you silly girl. Why did you tell Nick?


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The movie that Ellen (Doris Day) describes to Bianca (Polly Bergen) while giving her a massage is My Favorite Wife, of which this is a remake.
The role played by Chuck Connors was originally intended for Randolph Scott, but Scott announced his retirement from acting before filming began.
The producers scheduled the scene with Doris Day riding through a car wash for the last day of shooting because they were concerned that the detergents used in the car wash might affect the star's complexion. When the scene went off without a hitch, they admitted their ploy to Day, then used the story in promotional materials for the film.
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