much more reasonable that we thought it would be and with free shipping, what a plus!\nThe movie wasn't as great as we thought it would be, (that is not Walmarts fault.)\nI will do my movie shopping on walmart.com from now on.
Tammy and the Bachelor Academy Award nominee Debbie Reynolds stars in this romantic comedy, the first feature in the delightful Tammy series. Meet young Tammy, a homespun Mississippi gal who, in the course of her first extraordinary adventure, teaches a sophisticated bachelor (Leslie Nielsen) about love, an uptight Southern town about fun, and a modern family about happiness. Tammy Tell Me True The adventures of Tammy continue in college, where the worldly-wise small-town gal helps a broken-hearted artist paint a happy future, teaches a haughty heiress that the Golden Rule is more precious than gold, and finds true love with a shy, handsome young professor. Golden Globe winner Sandra Dee proves that Tammy is more than just another fish out of water in this charming and touching comedy. Tammy and the Doctor Sandra Dee returns as the irrepressible Tammy in the enchanting third feature. It's fun at a fever pitch as Tammy turns \"nurse\" in Los Angeles, hilariously turning a hospital upside down, treating patients with homemade brews and potions and, of course, falling in mad love with a handsome young surgeon (Peter Fonda).
I first saw this when it came out in theatres in 1963 when I was just a lass of 8. It left an indelible mark on me and I have waited for it on DVD. I have heard that the blu-ray edition aids in the cinemascope ratio, but this movie is a must see. Based on the novel by Louis Lamour, it is thorough and magnificent in it's presentation. Bear in mind, cinemascope does not display well on standard widescreen tv, but oh, to be able to see it again on a cinerama screeen would be wonderful. Buy it, at this price, and with all the extra's you cannot go wrong.
We saw nothing wrong with the recording or the story line. If you have something very important that you should do, start this movie later as it is difficult to turn off. There are several segments or short stories and we were ready to see them all. Again and Again.
I've always loved Tony Randall's characters that he's played. This character is a plus because he's not in the shadow of Rock Hudson and Dorris Day. :) He has a major part and he nailed it. He and Debby Reynolds chemistry was stellar. Loved the movie!!!
I use a phrase from her TV movie to clkassify someone who has led a dream life in the movies and nightmarish marriages. Debbie's humor shows thru as she describes the ups and downs of her life.\n\nIf you enjoy the little surprises in real life it is a smoothread and it keeps you reading for the next event