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Julie


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  Julie Review
Tookey's Rating
4 /10
 
Average Rating
4.14 /10
 
Starring
Doris Day, Louis Jourdan, Barry Sullivan
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Directed by: Andrew Stone
Written by: Andrew Stone

 
 
 
Released: 1956
   
Genre: SO BAD
THRILLER
   
Origin: US
   
Length: 97
 
 


 

Air stewardess (Doris Day, pictured) finds she's married a murderer (Louis Jourdan).

Reviewed by Chris Tookey

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Enjoyably silly thriller. The inexplicably Oscar-nominated screenplay which combines dotty dialogue with a potty plot. Doris finds her husband's a killer in reel one, but illogically does little about it for ages. The climax, when she single-handedly brings a plane into San Francisco Airport, is a camp sequence worthy of the Airport series.
Sample line... Sympathetic police officer offers coffee to desperate Doris Day: "You've got quite a problem. Cream and sugar?"

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