As portrayed by the freckled Doris Day, Calamity Jane is a rootin', tootin' shootin' hoyden in the western town of Deadwood. When she isn't tearing up the town, Jane spends her time cussing out Wild Bill Hickok (Howard Keel).
The plot gets under way when Jane promises the citizens of Deadwood that she can persuade classy Chicago stage star Adelaide Adams (Gale Robbins) to perform at the local opry house. Through a case of mistaken identity, Jane brings Adelaide's maid Katie (Allyn Ann McLerie) back to town, but Katie proves to be a success all the same.
The peppy musical score by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster includes the Oscar-winning Secret Love, which became a million-selling hit for Doris Day – one of Hollywood's most iconic stars, in this, one of her most beloved roles.
This is Memory Matinee screening.
Memory Matinees have been designed to be inclusive to those living with dementia, as well as family members and carers. These screenings are rooted in the idea that a trip to the cinema is a powerful way for people to reconnect with memories.