Pajama Game, The
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Labour and management at the Sleeptite Pajama Factory aren't sleeping much lately: a proposed 7 1/2-cent hourly wage increase is why - and a strike may result. But negotiations here involve snappy stars, terrific tunes and dynamic dance as Doris Day, John Rait and a Broadway-seasoned cast play The Pajama Game.
Songs by the Damn Yankees duo of Richard Adler and Jerry Ross and choreography by Bob Fosse generate lots of Steam Heat, all whipped together delightfully under the direction of two musical masters of stage and screen, George Abbott and Stanley Donen. Besides Steam Heat (showcasing the quirky brilliance of dancer Carol Haney), catch Hey There, I'm Not at All in Love, Hernando's Hideaway, Once-a-Year Day and other all-time great numbers. Nothing's quite the same as The Pajama Game.
|Directors||George Abbott & Stanley Donen|
|Actors||Doris Day, John Rait|
|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
|Year of Release||1957|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||DVD|