English, French, In English, "April in Paris" in English or French; optional French subtitles, English subtitles for the hearing impaired.
Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, c2009.
5 videodiscs : sd., col. & b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Title from container.
It's a great feeling, Tea for two, Starlift, April in Paris originally produced as motion pictures by Warner Bros. Pictures; The tunnel of love originally released as a motion picture by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Extras: disc 1. Oscar-nominated Sports review short, Spills and chills; studio blooper reel, Breakdowns of 1949; classic cartoon, Bear feat; theatrical trailer. disc 2. Joe McDoakes comedy short, So you want to hold your husband; classic cartoon, Tee for two; 2 no, no, Nanette-related audio-only bonuses: Radio show with Day and MacRae, and the lost 1930 movie version's overture from the surviving Vitaphone discs; theatrical trailer. disic 3. Oscar-nominated Sports parade short, Desert Killer; Joe McDoakes comedy short, So you want to be a bachelor; classic cartoon, Sleepy time possum; theatrical trailer. disc 4. Joe McDoakes comedy short, So you want to wear the pants; classic cartoon, Terrier stricken; theatrical trailer. disc 5. classic CinemaScope cartoon, Tot watchers; theatrical trailer.
[disc. 1] It's a great feeling / screen play by Jack Rose and Mel Shavelson ; from a story by I.A.L. Diamond ; produced by Alex Gottlieb ; directed by David Butler (1949, 85 min., col.)
[disc. 2] Tea for two / screen play by Harry Clork ; produced by William Jacobs ; directed by David Butler (1950, 98 min., col.)
[disc. 3] Starlift / screen play by John Korer and Karl Kamb ; from a story by John Korer ; musical numbers staged and directed by LeRoy Prinz ; produced by Robert Arthur ; directed by Roy Del Ruth (1951, 103 min., b&w)
[disc. 4] April in Paris / written by Jack Rose and Melville Shavelson ; musical numbers staged and directed by LeRoy Prinz ; produced by William Jacobs ; directed by David Butle (1952, 101 min., col.)
[disc. 5] The tunnel of love / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents a Joseph Fields production ; scree nplay by Joseph Fields ; from the play by Joseph Fields and Peter de Vries, based on the novel by Peter de Vries ; produced by Joseph Fields and Martin Melcher ; directed by Gene Kelly (1953, 98 min., b&w).
It's a great feeling: Dennis Morgan, Doris Day, Jack Carson, Gary Cooper.
Tea for two: Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Gene Nelson, Patrice Wymore, Eve Arden.
Starlift: Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Virginia Mayo, Gene Nelson, Ruth Roman.
April in Paris: Doris Day, Ray Bolger, Claude Dauphin.
The tunnel of love: Doris Day, Richard Widmark, Gig Young, Gia Scala.
It's a great feeling: A waitress at the Warner Brothers commissary is anxious to break into pictures. She thinks her big break may have arrived when actors Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan agree to help her.
Tea for two: Wealthy stage-struck Nan Carter strikes a bet that she can say "no" to everything for 48 hours. If she wins, she gets the $25,000 she needs to back a Broadway musical vehicle for herself. She's determined, even if it means saying "no" when the fellow she loves pops the question.
Starlift: Red-white-and-blue fun abounds as Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, James Cagney, Gary Cooper, Virginia Mayo, Jane Wyman, Randolph Scott and others perform for - or just shoot the breeze with - starstruck flyboys in uniform.
April in Paris: The State Department wants Ethel Barrymore to represent the American theater at an arts exposition in Paris, but a beleaguered bureaucrat mismails Miss Barrymore's invitation to Miss Ethel "Dynamite" Jackson. She's a very blonde, very brassy chorus girl, who proves to be dynamite on the New York to Paris ocean crossing.
The tunnel of love: A comedy about a happily married couple who wants to adopt a baby and resorts to desperate means to get one.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
DVD (NTSC, region 1); full screen, widescreen for The tunnel of love; Dolby ditial mono.