pillow talk

Pillow Talk” is a 1959 romantic comedy starring Doris Day (Jan Morrow) and Rock Hudson (Brad Allen). These two neighbors share a party line and argue over phone usage (Hudson plays a ladies man who is constantly chatting women up on the phone). Things get crazy when Brad disguises his voice and pretends to be “Rex from Texas” to get to know Jan. It’s a must-see movie but here’s a peek.

“Would you please get off this line!”

“Wonder how it would be to have someone to pillow talk with me? “

Julia Meade plays one of women Brad dates

Jan Well, what am I missing?
Alma (Thelma Ritter) – If you have to ask, you’re missing it!

Brad’s friend and Jan’s client Jonathan (Tony Randall) intervenes.

 

Brad – Are you getting out of that bed, or am I coming in after you?
Jan – You wouldn’t dare!

Gosh, I just love Doris Day!

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american graffiti

American Graffiti” is a 1973 film set in the Summer of ’62 (although many of the cars and songs were released post-1962) about the last night before leaving for college. My boyfriend and I watched this movie last night to lighten the mood after watching Gus Van Sant’sElephant” (a story based on the Columbine High School massacre), which was incredibly made but hard to watch. George Lucas‘ “American Graffiti” did the trick alright!

Here are some photos and memorable quotes from the film.

“Hey, what do you say, Curt? Last night in town… you guys gonna have a little bash before you leave?”

“Hey… zit makeup.”

“You think I care if you go off? You think I’m gonna crack up or something? Boy, are you conceited!”

“That’s bitchin’ tuck and roll! You know, I really love the feel of tuck and roll upholstery.”

Shhh. Listen, listen! Look at it this way. Now, you got three choices. One, you chicken out and in that case I let Ants tie you to the car and drag you around a little bit and you don’t want that. Right?”
No.”
Two, you foul up and Holstein hears you and, well uh… you don’t want that, right?”
No, I don’t.”
Three, you are successful and you join the Pharaohs with a car coat and a blood initiation and all that, huh?”

What’s your name?”
My name? Mud, if anybody sees you.”

“Girls don’t pay – guys pay!”

“Let’s catch ’em at the light. Jump out and flatten their tires.”

“Hey, you know a guy around here with a piss yellow deuce coupe, supposed to be hot stuff?”

“Man, I can’t keep track of all you punks runnin’ ’round here backwards.”

“You know, what, Terry. I had a pretty good time tonight”

“Get your bugaloos out baby! The Wolfman is everywhere.”

I can’t wait to check out the sequel, “More American Graffiti“.

xoxo

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My Week With Marilyn

First of all, regardless of accuracy, I love to watch movies made about Marilyn.  I’ve seen on the internet that a lot of fans get worked up about it.  I like to watch someone try to play her, as it must be such an intimidating role.  I also love the fashion involved, of course!

I loved this movie in particular.  Michelle Williams is stunning and spectacular; the perfect girl to play the coveted Marilyn.

Here’s some ‘My Week With Marilyn” eye candy.

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Isn’t she just fantastic?

XOXO

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