Doris Day is great as the famous cowgirl in this musical extravaganza about the legendary female sharpshooter and her up-and-down romance with Wild Bill Hickok. Academy Award Nominations: 3, including Best Sound Recording. Academy Awards: Best Song ("Secret Love").
1953 - Academy Awards - Best Original Song Winner
Jack Donohue - Dance Director/Director
Allyn Ann McLerie - American Actress/Dancer
Allyn McLerie - American Actress/Dancer
Howard Keel - American Actor/Singer
Harry Clifford Leek - American Actor/Singer
Harold Keel - American Actor/Singer
Dick Wesson - American Character Actor
Irene Morra - Editor\1930s-1940s
David Butler - Director, Screenwriter (late '20s-'60s), Star (teens- '20s)
William Jacobs - Producer\"Christmas In CT"
Gale Robbins - American Actress/Singer
Doris Day - American Actress/Singer, PILLOW TALK (1959)
Doris Von Kappelhoff - American Actress/Singer, PILLOW TALK (1959)
Chubby Johnson - Character Actor\1950s
Wilfrid M. Cline - Cinematographer
Ray Heindorf - Conductor/Composer
Paul Harvey - American Character Actor
James O'Hanlon - Screenwriter
Energetic musical about the unlikely romance of famed Western tomboy Calamity Jane and gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok. In an attempt to lure a handsome Army lieutenant away from another woman, Jane trades in her gunslinging and uniforms for housekeeping and dresses, and wins the affections of Wild Bill instead.
Filmed in Technicolor.
"[Doris Day is] dizzyingly kinetic..." - 04/29/2005 Entertainment Weekly, p.135