The Birds and The Bees

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Released 1956

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Director:
Norman Taurog
Released:
1956
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The Birds and the Bees is an absolutely delightful romantic comedy directed by Norman Taurog and written by Sidney Sheldon. Jean Harris (Mitzi Gaynor) is on an ocean journey with Col. Patrick Henry Harris, (David Niven) her father, and her father's partner Gerald (Reginald Gardiner). These three are not so innocent sea farers as George Hamilton (George Gobel) finds out. They are out to take Hamilton's fortune, but Harris' love for him just might get in the way. When Hamilton finds out what Jean Harris' true agenda is, he has to decide if he can ever truly love her. She is not one to give up on her dreams though, so she creates a disguise as Countess Louise. Her father, all the while, is still out to get the fortune of Hamilton. It is an absolutely crazy and exciting story. In the end, it shows if true love really does reign victorious in the end.
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    George Gobel

    George Gobel

    George 'Hotsy' Hamilton II

    Fred Clark

    Fred Clark

    Horace Hamilton

    Mitzi Gaynor

    Mitzi Gaynor

    Jean Harris aka Countess Louise

    David Niven

    David Niven

    Colonel Patrick Henry Harris

    Hans Conried

    Hans Conried

    Duc Jacques de Montaigne

    Harry Bellaver

    Harry Bellaver

    Marty Kennedy

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    Comedy, Drama

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    Classics, Love & Romance