Caprice [DVD] [1967]

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Special Features

  • Audio commentary by authors Pierre Patrick and John Cork
  • The Caprice Look: A Conversation With Costume Designer Ray Aghayan featurette
  • Double-O Doris featurette
  • Doris and Marty featurette
  • Doris Day radio interviews
  • Richard Harris radio interviews
  • Restoration comparison
  • Photo gallery


Doris Day plays a swinging, mod-attired agent of espionage (yes, that Doris Day) in this caper comedy directed by Frank Tashlin. Patricia Fowler (Day) is an industrial spy who is hired to work undercover at a cosmetics company. While posing as a low-level employee, she is to get the goods on a new formula they intend to market. However, it turns out that makeup isn't all this firm has to sell; they're also involved in an international drug-smuggling ring, and she finds herself doing battle with other agents willing to kill to ensure that the flow of narcotics is unabated. Her adventures cause her to cross paths with Christopher White (Richard Harris), a fellow agent with whom Patricia is soon romantically involved, and together the couple locate the secret lab of cosmetics tycoon and evil genius Stuart Clancy (Ray Walston). While this was a game attempt to update Day's squeaky-clean image, it was not terribly well received; one year and three films later, Day retired from movies to devote herself to television work, and quit showbiz altogether in 1973 (with the exception of a short-lived talk show that aired in 1984). ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Doris Day
    Doris Day - Patricia Fowler
  • Richard Harris
    Richard Harris - Christopher White
  • Ray Walston
    Ray Walston - Stuart Clancy
  • Jack Kruschen
    Jack Kruschen - Matthew Cutter
  • Edward Mulhare
    Edward Mulhare - Sir Jason Fox

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