That Touch of Mink stars Doris Day, Cary Grant, Gig Young, and Audrey Meadows in this 1962 comedy, directed by Delbert Mann. The film is about two opposites being attracted towards one another- Day plays Cathy Timberlake, a prim and proper woman, who is looking to be a happily married wife, when she meets Grant's Philip Shayne, a older but handsome wealthy man, who isn't in the least interested in marrying. The romance between the two happens very quickly but when Philip wants to go to the next level, Cathy isn't ready for it and it breaks them up quite a few times.The movie moves far too quickly in the beginning and then as the film progresses, it stalls several times. The chemistry between Day and Grant is non-existent but it's still fun to watch them together. The whole time while watching this movie, I kept going Rock Hudson and Tony Randall should be in this. I just think that this movie would have suited Hudson and Day more so, than Day and Grant. I wasn't a big fan of Young and I kept wanting Tony Randall to take his place. The role of Roger was so Tony Randall like, it was just a role he should have played.
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