The Thrill of It All (1963) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Norman Jewison and produced by Ross Hunter and Martin Melcher.
The Thrill of It All (1963)By Beatrice on Jan 7, 2018 From Flickers in Time
The Thrill of It All Directed by Norman Jewison Written by Carl Reiner and Larry Gelbart 1963/USA Ross Hunter Productions/Arwin Productions First viewing/Netflix rental I found it difficult to laugh very hard at a comedy whose main point seems to be that a wife’s place is in the home. Bever... Read full article
The Thrill of It All (1963)on Jul 20, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film
Originally published January 28th, 2015 Second-wave feminism (you’ve already stopped reading, haven’t you?) wouldn’t crop up for another couple of years, but that’s not to say Hollywood wasn’t doing its part showing?women were sick, tired, and unwilling to take it anymo... Read full article
The Thrill of It All (1963)on Jan 28, 2015 From Journeys in Classic Film
Second-wave feminism (you’ve already stopped reading, haven’t you?) wouldn’t crop up for another couple of years, but that’s not to say Hollywood wasn’t doing its part showing?women were sick, tired, and unwilling to take it anymore! Okay, maybe things weren’t tha... Read full article
Day and Garner in THE THRILL OF IT ALLBy Aurora on Apr 6, 2013 From Once Upon a Screen
Beverly Boyer makes her debut as spokeswoman for “Happy Soap” by declaring, “I’m Beverly Boyer and I’m a pig” and then proceeds to stammer through a sweet family story about how much her young daughter enjoys the product. ?Everyone laughs and she’s humiliate... Read full article
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Maggie: (about Happy Soap)
It smells just like my piano teacher. Now I smell just like her!
Beverly Boyer: What ever happened to my rights as a woman?
Dr. Gerald Boyer: I'll tell you what happened to them. They grew and grew until they suffocated my rights as a man. Whoever said all men are created equal didn't anticipate a woman making $100,000 a year and spenidng it on swimming pools!
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The ad agency's viewing room has both color and black-and-white TVs side by side. This was common at ad agencies in the 1960s to confirm that color commercials would also be acceptable on black-and-white sets.
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