Send Me No Flowers

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Released 1964

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Director:
Norman Jewison
Released:
1964
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Send Me No Flowers is a 1964 comedy directed by Norman Jewison. When hypochondriac George Kimball (Rock Hudson) checks into the hospital for a complete physical, he overhears his doctor discussing the fate of a terminally ill patient. George assumes the doctor is talking about him. Believing he only has two weeks to live, George sets about finding a way to take care of his wife Judy (Doris Day). Without telling her about his condition, George begins frantically searching for a new husband to take care of her. He immediately enlists his friend Arnold (Tony Randall) and the two begin a search for Judy's old college boyfriend Bert (Clint Walker). When George finally confesses his predicament to his wife, she is stunned but also somewhat incredulous. When she finds out from George's physician Dr. Morrissey (Edward Andrews) that he isn't dying, she assumes it is all a ruse to cover-up an affair. Fans of classic suburban happy endings will fall in love with this charming movie.moreless
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    Comedy, Drama

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    Romantic Comedy, Love & Romance