The Pajama Game (1957) <http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050814/ [Concurrently posting DVD to alt.binaries.dvd.classic.movies] Directors: George Abbott; Stanley Donen Cast: Doris Day, John Raitt, Carol Haney, Eddie Foy Jr, Reta Shaw, Barbara Nichols, Thelma Pelish, Jack Straw, Ralph Dunn, Owen Martin, Jackie Kelk, Ralph W Chambers, Mary Stanton, Buzz Miller, Kenneth LeRoy, Florine Carlan, Drusilla Davis, Harvey Evans, Howard Parker, Dolores Starr, Larri Thomas Description: Sid (John Raitt) has just been hired as superintendent of the Sleeptite Pajama Factory in Cedar Rapids, IA. He soon falls for Babe (Doris Day), a worker in the factory and member of the employee union's leadership. At the company picnic they become a couple, but Babe worries that their roles in management and labor will drive them apart. She is correct. The union is pushing for a raise of seven-and-one-half cents per hour to bring them in line with the industry standard, but the factory's manager is giving them a runaround. In retaliation, the workers pull a slow-down and deliberately foul up the pajamas, but when Babe actually sabotages some machinery, Sid fires her. Meanwhile, Sid has been wondering what secrets the manager is hiding in his locked account book. To that end, he takes Gladys (Carol Haney), the boss' assistant, on a date to the local hot spot, 'Hernando's Hideaway', despite her insanely jealous boyfriend 'Hine-sie' (Eddie Foy Jr). He gets Gladys drunk, and in this state, she lends him the key to the locked book. Returning to the factory, Sid discovers that the manager reported the raise as having been instituted months ago. He has been pocketing the difference, himself. Sid threatens to send the book to the board of directors if the raise isn't paid immediately. At the union meeting that evening, the manager agrees to the raise. When Babe realizes that it was Sid who engineered the raise, and that he has only been attempting to avoid labor strife, she returns to him. Performances: 01 - The Pajama Game [Ensemble] 02 - Racing with the Clock [Ensemble] 03 - I'm Not at All in Love [Doris Day and Ensemble] 04 - I'll Never Be Jealous Again [Eddie Foy Jr and Reta Shaw] 05 - Hey There [John Raitt] 06 - Once-a-Year-Day [Doris Day, John Raitt, and Ensemble] 07 - Small Talk [Doris Day, John Raitt, and Ensemble] 08 - There Once Was a Man [Doris Day and John Raitt] 09 - Racing with the Clock (reprise) [Ensemble] 10 - Hey There (reprise) [Doris Day] 11 - Steam Heat [Carol Haney] 12 - Hernando's Hideaway [Carol Haney and Ensemble] 13 - 7 1/2 Cents [Doris Day, Jack Straw, and Ensemble] Trivia: A song written specifically for Doris Day, 'The Man Who Invented Love' (music and lyrics by Richard Adler), wound up on the cutting-room floor. Currently, the recording can be listened to on the soundtrack album, and the footage can be watched on the film release, both from Isis. Format: XviD AVI - NTSC Size: 1.29 GiB Color: Color (IsisColor) Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 Language: English Subtitles: English; Franτais [idx/sub] Closed Captioned: English [srt] Detached Extras: Deleted Song (03:03); Theatrical Trailer (03:21) Concatenate: copy /b Pajama.avi+Deleted.avi+Trailer.avi Complete.avi Audio: MP3 [320 Monaural] Time: 01:40:44 Film Studio: Isis Presents... Release Date: 2012-02-07 ASIN: n/a UPC: n/a Posting Date: 07 February 2012 Posting Group: alt.binaries.multimedia.vintage-film.pre-1960 PAR2: 15 Universal Blocks [2^4 - 1] - (Repairs any 15 3918848 Byte Articles) Part Size: 536870912 Bytes [2^30 / 2]; 2% Recovery Volumes [REV] Articles/Part: 137 <http://tiny.cc/New137/ yEnc Lines: 30616 (2^30 / 2) / (2^7 * 137); Maximum yEnc Characters: 8018993 More from Isis: <http://tiny.cc/Isis55423/ or <http://tiny.cc/IsisNZB/ Musick hath Charms to soothe a savage Breast: <http://tiny.cc/IsisCD/ "Based on the hit Broadway musical, featuring the choreography of Bob Fosse!"