Teacher's Pet Overview:

Teacher's Pet (1958) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by George Seaton and produced by George Seaton and William Perlberg.

Academy Awards 1958 --- Ceremony Number 31 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Supporting ActorGig YoungNominated
Best WritingFay Kanin, Michael KaninNominated
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Clark Gable is Doris Day's... Teacher's Pet (1958)

By Michaela on Sep 1, 2016 From Love Letters to Old Hollywood

No, you don't need your eyes checked, you read my title right -- Clark Gable and Doris Day made a movie together, and you know what? It's really good. When I first heard of this film, I was thrilled. I mean, Doris and Gable worked together? But then a bit of dread set in. Will this be super terrible... Read full article


Sexiest Scenes in Film History: Teacher's Pet (1957)

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About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. I think the picture and its caption are self-explanatory don't you think? What could have turned out to be a boring movie with a young Doris Day still trying to find her stride as a romant... Read full article


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Peggy DeFore: Jimsy, what's a psychologist?
James Gannon: A guy who gives all kinds of advice about things he knows nothing about.


James Gannon: [referring to Dr. Pine, Prof. Stone's boyfriend] So he's got more degrees than a thermometer, so he speaks seven languages, so he's read every book. So what? The important thing is he's had no experience. He didn't start at the bottom and work up. That's the only way you can learn.
Peggy DeFore: You're so right, Jim-zee. Take me. Where would I be if I just read books?


Erica Stone: Newspapers can't compete in reporting what happened any more, but they can and should tell the public why it happened.


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Although most critics felt that Clark Gable was badly miscast due to his age, his performance was judged good enough for Burt Lancaster to cast him as a dying submarine captain in Run Silent Run Deep.
Last film of Florenz Ames.
Cary Grant and James Stewart both turned down the role of James Gannon because they knew they were too old for the part.
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