Tea for Two

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Released 1950

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Director:
David Butler
Released:
1950
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Tea for Two is a 1950 musical directed by David Butler. Nanette Carter (Doris Day) is an ambitious young socialite who enjoys all the glamour and glitz of the Roaring Twenties. Nanatte's one big dream in life is to become a star, and with that goal in mind she impulsively promises to invest a large sum of money in a Broadway show. Her only stipulation is that she needs to be the lead. She figures that her producer boyfriend, Larry (Billy De Wolfe), will make good on his promise and turn Nanette into a star. When Larry accepts the offer, Nanette has to face up to the fact that she does not have the money. Rather than lose sight of her dream, she turns to her grouchy but wealthy uncle (S.Z. Sakall). Nanette's uncle agrees to help her out, but first he wants to have some fun. Nanette has to answer "no" to every single question she is asked. If she can carry this out for a weekend, she will have the money and a chance at stardom. However, saying "no" soon lands her in more trouble than saying "yes" ever did.moreless
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    Arts, Comedy, Drama, Music

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    Love & Romance, Musicals