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Pillow Talk (1959)


Venue

Raffertys Theatre

Dates

14 October - 16 October 2019

Event Type

Cinema Screening

PILLOW TALK (1959)
Starring Dorris Day and Rock Hudson


“ I hadn’t seen it for decades and when I looked at it again I found it was laugh out loud funny. I had a ball.” – Margaret Pomeranz

Opposites attract as Doris Day and Rock Hudson light up the screen.

A playboy composer Brad (Rock Hudson) and an interior decorator Jan (Doris Day) share a phone line. The cad and the career girl quickly come to despise each other. But when Brad meets Jan in real life a crush develops and he decides to pass himself as a rich Texan and turn on the charm.

The incandescent screen chemistry between Day and Hudson turned Pillow Talk into the quintessential 50s romantic comedy. Armed with a witty Oscar-winning screenplay, clever split screens and superb one-liners, this stylish and colourful charm offensive is simply impossible to resist.

Classification
G – General


Dates & Times

Weekday Matinee Screenings (Include tea/coffee and biscuits served from 10am)
Monday 14 October 2019 at 10:30am
Wednesday 16 October 2019 at 10:30am




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Pillow Talk (1959)

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Duration

1 hour 42 minutes (No interval)

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