Send Me No Flowers


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 62%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 74%
IMDb Rating 7 10 5020


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Doris Day as Judy Kimball
Rock Hudson as George Pemberton Kimball
Paul Lynde as Mr. Akins
Clint Walker as Bert Power
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719.59 MB
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1hr 40 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by HotToastyRag 7 / 10

Extremely sweet and interesting story

The third of Doris Day's and Rock Hudson's romantic comedies together, Send Me No Flowers is often forgotten about, given the enormously successful Pillow Talk and the extremely similar follow-up Lover Come Back. However, the plot of Send Me No Flowers is by far the most creative and entertaining of the three.

Rather than a mistaken identity and a devious plot to rid Miss Day of her virtue, Doris and Rock start this movie already married. They have a lovely marriage, with the exception of his slightly annoying hypochondria. However, when Rock overhears his doctor, Edward Andrews, discussing what he thinks is his medical case, he mistakenly believes he's not long for this world. Hoping to ease his wife's potential suffering, he tries to find her a new husband! It's a delightful, sweet, interesting romantic comedy with a new take on the genre. Instead of a will-she-won't-she dilemma with sexual tension, it manages to inject tension into a happy marriage, an attempt that would normally be boring to audiences.

Rock and Doris have their usual darling chemistry together, and once again they're joined by their faithful, funny pal Tony Randall. Rock is particularly sweet in this movie, not only because he takes a break from his usual charming roles, but because he's constantly thinking of his wife's happiness at the expense of his own. There's no best order to watch the Doris and Rock movies, but definitely rent this one when you're in the mood for something cute.

Reviewed by Hitchcoc 8 / 10

This is Really Funny

Rock Hudson plays a hypochondriac who jumps to the conclusion that he has two weeks too live. His wife, played by Doris Day, is comfortable with her husbands lunatic medical assessments and sits back as Hudson goes about finding a new husband for her. This is a comedy of errors with the likes of Paul Lynde and Tony Randall weighing in and confusing everything. Clint Walker, a really good TV Western star of the time, is the chosen paramour. With everything thinking something different and forging ahead (or not), it becomes a delightful romp. I was in high school in the sixties and found most comedy pretty lame, but I got a big kick out of this one. Of course, we all had a thing for Doris Day.

Reviewed by Dave 7 / 10

Well-acted comedy film about misunderstandings

Doris Day plays her role as a gorgeous middle-class suburban wife very well. She wrongly believes that her husband is having an affair with another woman. He's a hypochondriac who wrongly believes that he's terminally ill - and because of that, he is looking for a new partner for her.

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