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Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 22 May 2009, 20:48
by pillowtalk
Thank you Megan and Howard and Dominique! :D That makes sense. She probably wasn't thinking about how to get home. How convenient that Tony Randall storms in at that very moment....LOL!

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 22 May 2009, 21:18
by suzie
I agree also, well thought out Megan. Jan was so mad she was leaving even if she had to walk lol. :shock:

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 22 May 2009, 22:39
by daybyday08
I bet she would have run out and then realized she didn't have a car . Then gone back outside and told Rock to take her home or something like that.

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 22 May 2009, 23:41
by littlepinetree
I never thought of that either!
Sure, she was angry, but she still had to go someplace! Maybe she went to the nearest Grayhound bus station to take a bus home. I guess we can use our imagination for that one! I'm glad you thought of this. Kind of cool for us to come up with an idea where she went after storming out!

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 23 May 2009, 14:04
by BabeWilliams
I think so too Dominique. Or she would have just stolen his car keys and left him there :lol:

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 23 May 2009, 19:58
by littlepinetree
Now that's a good one Megan, stealing his car keys and leave him there! You know, they really should have had something like that in the script. They goofed on that one.

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 24 May 2009, 08:09
by webmaster
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But then you wouldn't have had the very funny sequence that followed with Tony Randall driving her back to New York, would you? I think Doris' character was just 'out of there' when she realised she was being deceived. Plus she took the car in "Lover Come Back".

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"Pillow Talk" sets:
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More pics:
http://www.cinema.de/kino/filmarchiv/fi ... der&page=3" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 24 May 2009, 08:57
by suzie
puck wrote:These are pictures of a crawl before the cinema where the movie "Pillow Talk" ( Premiere) was playing, the crawl were restaine with a group of policeman, I do like that very much. You can see that Miss Day where very, very popular at that time.
I was forgot how it was at the cinema, then, here in Holland it was always busy and the cinema were always fulled, but not like that, what the pictures shows in New York.

One picture show Miss Day arrived in New York, promoting her movie "Pillow Talk".
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Thanks for the photos of the crowds waiting to see "Pillow Talk ". As I have stated on here before, my friends owned a factory and they were all such huge fans of Doris that,when they found out that one of her movies was playing down at the local theater Jerry would close the factory and treat everyone to the movie... Isnt that nice ?

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 24 May 2009, 19:01
by pillowtalk
BabeWilliams wrote:I think so too Dominique. Or she would have just stolen his car keys and left him there :lol:
LOL!!! :lol:

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 09 Jul 2009, 18:24
by chele_belle
I wasn't sure where to put this - here or the picture thread - so I've gone with here...

I screencapped Pillow Talk for a project and have uploaded them to Photobucket - http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v244/ ... creencaps/ Hopefully you'll be able to view them!

There are over 450 pics, so I'll not post them all here, but here are a couple of examples...

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Just click on the above link and you should be able to see them whole album. Unfortunately, Photobucket decided to chop them all around during upload, so they're not in sequence, but hopefully you'll enjoy them anyway.

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 10 Jul 2009, 18:43
by miss maxwell
Fantastic, chele belle, thank you!

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 11 Jul 2009, 00:11
by daybyday08
Beautiful pictures! I am using one as my background on my computer.

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 11 Jul 2009, 11:47
by BabeWilliams
Beautiful Michele!! Either place would be appropriate to post them.

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 16 Jul 2009, 21:43
by daybyday08
Could anybody please tell me how the special features where on the 50s anniversary DVD of Pillow Talk?
I am still not sure if I want to buy a third copy or not.

I just learned yesterday that Nancy Sinatra is a big fan of Pillow Talk. It's nice to know so many different people love it. :wink:

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 17 Jul 2009, 02:35
by daybyday08
Here it is actually : I love Lover Come Back, The Thrill of it All and the best (in my opinion,) Move Over Darling the remake of My Favorite Wife. Pillow Talk has always been one of my all time favorites. Actually I guess anything with Doris Day! Her first two movies, Romance on the High Seas and My Dream is Yours are always nearby because they make me feel so happy.
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Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 17 Jul 2009, 14:52
by chele_belle
daybyday08 wrote:Could anybody please tell me how the special features where on the 50s anniversary DVD of Pillow Talk?
I am still not sure if I want to buy a third copy or not.
I have it and I'd recommend it for the picture quality alone. They re-transfered the film for this dvd release and the picture is a lot sharper and cleaner. There's more brightness and they've increased the frame area, so you see more of the original film compared to the previous dvd releases.

As for the extras, they're okay, but not as good as I was hoping for. The commentary inparticular was a little disappointing. It was lovely to hear them discussing Doris and Rock and I learnt a few little things I didn't know before, BUT, it got a bit too academical and PC for me at times. Sometimes a pillow is just a pillow! :wink:

There are two other documentaries, both bits of enjoyable fluff, and the trailer rounds out the extras. If PT is one of you favourite Doris films, I'd say go ahead and buy it. Like I said, the improved picture quality is well worth the investment. :)

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 17 Jul 2009, 17:37
by daybyday08
Thanks! I will definitely keep that in mind. :D

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 19 Jul 2009, 02:24
by pillowtalk
daybyday08 wrote:Here it is actually : I love Lover Come Back, The Thrill of it All and the best (in my opinion,) Move Over Darling the remake of My Favorite Wife. Pillow Talk has always been one of my all time favorites. Actually I guess anything with Doris Day! Her first two movies, Romance on the High Seas and My Dream is Yours are always nearby because they make me feel so happy.
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Dominique, I think it's so great that Nancy is a big fan of Doris!! You and I will have to talk to her about Doris on Friday, huh? :wink: :wink: :wink:

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 19 Jul 2009, 18:04
by Doris Martin
Hello everybody it is me Doris Martin....I felt a bit blue....so I put Pillow Talk....and a glass of wine....wonderful evening...why they did not gave a couple of Oscars I will never understand...just watching her facial expressions , bit by bit makes one realise what a wonderful actress she is...Hooray for Doris good night.Doris Martin

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 20 Jul 2009, 14:46
by Jas1
DM- Pillow Talk does have that affect doesn't it? A truly uplifting and wonderful film and [always] my number 1 D Day film.

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 20 Jul 2009, 17:16
by Doris Martin
Jas1 wrote:DM- Pillow Talk does have that affect doesn't it? A truly uplifting and wonderful film and [always] my number 1 D Day film.
YES YES YES....DM

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 20 Jul 2009, 17:26
by chele_belle
Doris Martin wrote:....so I put Pillow Talk....and a glass of wine....wonderful evening..
One of my favourite ways to spend an evening - a glass of rose and Pillow Talk! :)

Part of the appeal of PT and LCB for me is the fashion Doris wears. She wears some beautiful outfits, one or two of which I could imagine myself wearing to work today.

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 04 Oct 2009, 00:11
by classicstarlet
Sorry for bringing up an old topic --

I just wanted to say Pillow Talk is one of my all time fave films! its so fun, and just makes you smile, we watched it in film class, and it was nice to see the appreciation with other students who are still teenagers in there, i was glad!

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 06 Oct 2009, 14:23
by chele_belle
Apparently Pillow Talk was released 50 years ago today... http://www.hollywoodoutbreak.com/2009/1 ... llow-talk/

Re: Pillow Talk

Posted: 06 Oct 2009, 20:58
by webmaster
Welcome to the forum, classicstarlet (first posts are always 'approved' to prevent spam so sorry about the delay).

Re 'Sorry for bringing up an old topic' - The Films of Doris Day section is on-going so don't worry - we all love the film here, it's one of her best.


I think the Pillow Talk premier photo below was of women getting excited about the chance of seeing Rock Hudson - if I remember the caption correctly!

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