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It is the late 1950′s in a well to do section of Manhattan and Jan Morrow (Doris Day) is getting annoyed with her neighbour Brad Allen (Rock Hudson). You see, they share a party line and he is always on the telephone serenading his various romantic conquests and Jan cannot make her calls. They have never met but through a mutual friend Allen works out who she is, introduces himself as Texan alter-ego Rex Stetson and tries to woo her. Will she work out his true identity? Will they fall in love? Will Doris Day sing a bit?
Doris Day and Rock Hudson appeared together on screen a number of times and made for a beautiful pairing – she was all wholesomeness with a dash of sexiness, he was a tall, broad, dark, handsome rogue. Looking back on it now, especially within our current cycle of much more explicit adult comedies, »
- Dave Roper
When interior decorator Jan Morrow (Day) is forced to share a telephone party line with carefree playboy Brad Allen (Hudson). There is no connection between them until the two accidentally meet in person. As sparks begin to fly, the smitten Brad pretends to be a wealthy Texan, wooing Jan with late-night calls.
Available for the first time on Blu-ray, Hollywood classic Pillow Talk is making it HD debut as part of the Universal Pictures 100th Anniversary celebration in a fully restored and digitally re-mastered iteration which has been, judging by the fantastic picture quality, lovingly restored from the original film elements – this is the best the film has Ever looked, no doubt even better than the original cinema release. To go with the fantastic new picture quality, Pillow Talk »
2 items from 2012
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