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Doris Day Show Season 3 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC] NTSC
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(2006/MPI) NTSC, English, 26 remastered episodes plus bonus material: bloopers, commercials, trailer, interviews and more; this season featuring the episodes with Henry Fonda & Tony Bennett !
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The third Season tweaks this formula by moving Doris with her two kids into an apartment in San Francisco; thus anchoring the show within a city milieu which widens script possibilities and allows the occasional romantic entanglement with the added element of sophistication so typical of her latter-day movies. Having the apartment rented from the owners of the Italian restaurant located beneath, enables the introduction of mercurial Louie and Angie Pallucci (played by Bernie Kopell and Kaye Ballard) who beyond their brash, funny and argumentative exterior really have hearts of gold. The two likeable and convincing kids (Philip Brown and Tod Starke) remain within the plot on occasions and Doris' job at the "TODAY'S WORLD" magazine office continues interactive fun and complications with her Editor boss, Michael Nicholson (McLean Stevenson), friend and office colleague, Myrna Gibbons (Rose Marie) and Assistant Editor and flirt, Ron Harvey (Paul Smith) who combine their comic foil for the machinations of the plot.Read more ›
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Still a wonderful season but I did enjoy season two better. Doris decides that the commute is getting to be too much with driving from the ranch to work so she gets her own apartment above Palucci's Italian restaurant. The boys move in with her, there's a lot less of her father's character, and there's an occasional babysitter named Ethel.
In my opinion the last disc on this dvd set is the best. To me personally, I enjoyed the contrast between the ranch and the office in season two and I felt the writing was better. But the last disc of season 3 really has some terrific episodes. In one episode Doris' son Billy goes on his first date and she ends up dating, for this episode only, his date's widowed father. Doris and Myrna spend a weekend at a ski resort and Doris' ends up taking interest in a doctor, who is played by one of the actors in her movie "Midnight Lace". Excellent chemistry between the two of them. And Doris has to go on a camping trip with Toby as he doesn't have a father to take him. Doris' co-star John Astin from her movie "That Touch of Mink" is also in this episode and it's quite funny. Doris looks adorable in the pigtails.
There are a couple other really good episodes, and some where the writing just wasn't where it should have been.
Great special features as with the previous seasons. Doris looks great as always and her acting is superb.
Season Three will soon be out and it promises to easily measure up to the first two, as the show continued to evolve season by season, thereby preventing viewers from falling into a routine rut.
During the third season, which aired in 1970-1971, the character played by Miss Day left the farm in Mill Valley and moved into San Francisco with her two boys. The grandfather, played by the venerable Denver Pyle during the first two seasons, appeared from time to time and even directed a few episodes. Miss Day takes up residence in an exquisite apartment with a spiral staircase located over an Italian restaurant run by husband and wife Kaye Ballard and Bernie Kopell. They add their own special zest to the proceedings and the season features a dazzling array of guest stars. There is something for everyones taste from Tony Bennett in a side-splitting episode, Van Johnson as Miss Day's cousin, Ricardo Montalban, John Gavin, not looking a day older than he did when he appeared with Miss Day in "Midnight Lace" in 1960, the nearly 90 year old Estelle Winwood, John McGiver, Stubby Kaye and returning for appearances from the previous year, Billy DeWolfe, Lew Ayres, Edward Andrews and Larry Storch as boxer, Duke Farentino. There's a terrific episode in which Miss Day wins a Doris Day Lookalike Contest and goes to Hollywood to meet Miss Day. Henry Fonda makes a cameo appearance and you almost wish the two stars had worked together.
McLean Stevenson, Rose Marie and Paul Smith are back as Miss Day's co-workers at Today's World Magazine and the annual fashion show sequence is a sparkling display of early 70's fashions from mod to marvelous.
One of the highpoints of the season is when Miss Day renders a few vocal ditties. Her version of "Silver Bells" sung in the Christmas episode is memorable as is her brief coupling with Bennett on his signature tune, "I Left My Heart in San Francisco". Even her playful singing with Storch to "Shine on Harvest Moon" brightens the episode.
While the writing may sometimes be inconsistent, the one constant is Miss Day who is charming, real, and the most natural actress on television at the time.
"The Doris Day Show" deserved the huge ratings it garnered during the third of its five seasons on the air and after watching this DVD you will not have to ask why.
As usual, the production values promised are first-rate and the extras are indeed special.
After watching the third season, you'll be crossing your fingers and counting the days till seasons four and five are unveiled.
Another enjoyable episode is when her boys enter her in a Doris Day look-a-like contest without telling her and she ends up winning a trip to Hollywood. VERY FUNNY!
This is a great season to own and my boys and I enjoy it thoroughly...you will too!
The show is timeless, and could've been made yesterday, except ... values have changed. There is no anger or obsenity in these shows, just good vibes and a sense of natural goodness pervading our existence. There are a couple of things to be glad about once you see all the episodes, one is that you can still watch the bloopers, interviews, and a pilot show that are included, and beyond that you can can be glad about getting the other seasons of the show, and beyond that... we will just have to wait for other energetic, bright and beautiful celebrities like Doris and her friends.