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)
|Best Supporting Actor||Gig Young||Nominated|
|Best Writing||Fay Kanin, Michael Kanin||Nominated|
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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
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James Gannon: Morning. Hangover?
Dr. Hugo Pine: Calling what I have a 'hangover' is like referring to the Johnstown flood as a slight drizzle.
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?
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Cary Grant and James Stewart both turned down the role of James Gannon because they knew they were too old for the part.
The movie was deliberately filmed in black & white in an attempt to disguise Clark Gable's age and weight.
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