The Pajama Game is a 1957 musical film directed by Stanley Donen and
produced by Warner Brothers. Based on the lighthearted and wildly
popular Broadway musical of the same name, plot of The Pajama Game
revolves around Babe Williams (Doris Day), an employee at a pajama
company, who falls in love with a high-ranking company foreman, Sid
Sorokin (John Raitt). This enduringly popular film has many catchy
songs, including "Hernando's Hideaway," and stunning dance numbers
choreographed by legendary Bob Fosse.