Three legendary films with the two actors are gathered in a box. A “romantic trilogy” that brings a smile back.
What good was life in Technicolor! What freshness. This naivety. The Doris Day-Rock Hudson couple worked wonderfully. This “Romantic Trilogy” proves it. These two were made for each other, on screen at least. They bicker, send dirty talk, reconcile in dapper settings.
In Pillow Confidences (1959), who won the Oscar for best screenplay, director Michael Gordon gave them the same phone line. He spends hours on the phone. She paws and hears the endless conversations with always a lady on the phone. This blonde with plump forms is a decorator. He is a composer, which allows him to hum a chorus identical to his many conquests. When they meet, the womanizer poses as a brave Texan visiting Manhattan. It melts. Misunderstandings are piling up. Their exchanges are often shown in split-screen. A recurring gag concerns
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