Universal City: Universal Pictures, 1963. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1963 film, a Doris Day vehicle and the screenwriting debut of Carl Reiner (he also starred). The photo shows an extraordinary prop, a full size billboard advertising a product called "Happy Soap," which plays a part in the film's story. With the stamp of director-editor Barrie Pattison on the verso, along with the stamp of Universal Film in Brussels.
A suburban housewife is offered a lucrative job as the spokesperson for a popular soap company, a career which begins to take over her time and attention, to the displeasure of her family.
10 x 8 inches. Very Good plus, with pinholes to the corners, reinforced with paper tape on the verso.