The Pajama Game is a 1957 comedy based on a Broadway musical starring Doris Day and John Raitt. Babe Williams (Doris Day) is the employee representative of workers at the Sleeptite Pajama Factory, who are asking for a raise in their hourly pay. Sid Sorokin (John Raitt) is a new superintendent in the factory and quickly clashes with Babe over employee issues. As they work together, they also fall in love. George Abbott, the play's original director, and Stanley Donen, director of movies such as "Singin' in the Rain", "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers", and "Charade", co-directed the film and incorporated most of the Broadway cast into the movie. Choreographer Bob Fosse, who later worked on "Sweet Charity", "Cabaret", and "All That Jazz", staged the dance sequences. The movie has noteworthy songs such as "Hey, There, You with the Stars in Your Eyes" and "Once-a-Year Day", both written by the team of Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.