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|Hollywood legends Rock Hudson and Doris Day light up the screen in the Academy Award®-winning romantic comedy Pillow Talk. When uptight 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. However, when the two accidentally meet in person, sparks fly and the smitten Brad pretends to be a wealthy Texan, wooing Jan with late-night calls. Featuring timeless songs by Doris Day and scene-stealing performances by Tony Randall and Thelma Ritter, this this charming comedy will sweep you off your feet.|
Editor's NoteThe first Rock Hudson/Doris Day movie tells the story of an odd couple who share a party line, eventually falling in love in spite of themselves. He's a womanizing cad, and she's a perky career gal with uncompromising moral standards and fine home furnishings. Academy Award Nominations: 5, including Best Actress--Doris Day. Academy Awards: Best Screenplay.
Pillow Talk - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Josh Lasser Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 5/10/2012 3:02 AM
|I will freely admit that I have been guilty of denigrated the romantic comedy genre. But, that is only the case because I know how great a romantic comedy can be and see all too often where they end up. If you want to see a brilliant example of the genre, look no further than the new Blu-ray release of the 1959 classic, Pillow Talk. Directed by Michael Gordon, Pillow Talk stars the fantastic on screen duo of Rock Hudson and Doris Day. Here, the two play strangers who are brought together by their hatred for one another as they share a "party line." It is funny and charming and they make for a perfect pair....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Stanley Shapiro - Screenwriter|
|Frank DeVol - Composer|
|Arthur E. Arling - Director of Photography|
|Martin Melcher - Producer|
|Ross Hunter - Producer|
|Richard H. Riedel - Production Designer|
|Maurice Richlin - Screenwriter|
|Alexander Golitzen - Production Designer|
|Milton Carruth - Editor|
|Clifford Stine - Special Effects|
|Michael Gordon - Director|
Plot SummaryDue to a shortage of telephone trunk lines, songwriter Brad Allen and interior decorator Jan Morrow are forced to share a "party line." The two take an immediate dislike to each other since Jan considers Brad a playboy who ties up the line constantly making romantic overtures to a variety of women, while Brad considers Jan a sexually frustrated prude who has nothing better to do than snoop into his private affairs. But when Brad discovers how attractive the other half of his party line is, he devises a plan to seduce her by masquerading as a virtuous Texan.