Send Me No Flowers

Send Me No Flowers

DVD - 2002
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When he overhears a doctor discussing the imminent death of a patient, hypocondriac George bealieves the doctor is referring to him. Convinced he's living on borrowed time, he enlists his best friend Arnold to help him find a new husband for his soon-to-be-widowed wife Judy.
Publisher: [United States] : Universal, [2002], c1964
ISBN: 9780783255101
Branch Call Number: DVD
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (100 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in


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Nov 01, 2015

This was a silly story but very cute! Tony Randall was very funny. Also, my goodness was Rock Hudson ever gorgeous. He was breathtakingly good looking!

No offense intended here, f-f-folks, but I seriously think that the only sort of person who could ever get any kind of real enjoyment out of this completely contrived, suburbanized piece of fluff would be a total square. ~~~ This is the kind of story that's teaming with despicably boring, suburbanized couples where the dreary housewives (with their teased-up hairdos & fluffy slippers) get their daily fix of gossip from Ernie, the Milkman, who never fails to deliver some juicy bit of dirt to stir up their interest and liven up their horrendously drab, little lives. ~~~ In order to hopefully generate some much-needed laughs, this film's story actually stooped to getting Rock Hudson's & Tony Randall's characters into bed with each other. Of course, this business was all done very innocently. But now that we all know of Hudson's real-life sexual preference, I take this dumb scene as being something of an in-joke that clearly went over the heads of the naive audience back in 1964. ~~~ This film's wafer-thin story about George Kimball, a hypochondriac pain-in-the-neck, who tells everyone else except his nagging wife, Judy, that he believes he's only got 2 weeks left to live, literally hangs onto its wits by a single thread - And, with that, it milks this stupidest of situations right to its very last drop.

Apr 08, 2012

This movie started off interesting and even funny, but about mid-way did it begin to bore me. It bored me enough that I had to walk away, but my mother watched the rest.


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