Pillow Talk (1959), Doris Day, Rock Hudson, Tony Randall, directed by Michael Gordon.  A studly bachelor develops a cunning plan to seduce his best friend's girl by pretending to be two people: his nasty self and a nice Texan. Good thing this is a comedy or that would be very bad. Everyone has opulent apartments, clothes and offices. It's kind of a return to the screwball comedies of the 1930s; people wanted to see rich and fashionable settings then, too.

Pillow Talk Doris Day, Rock Hudson, Tony Randall, directed by Michael Gordon. A bachelor develops a cunning plan to win his best friend's girl by pretending to be two people: his nasty self and a nice Texan.

Doris Day movies  Pillow Talk 1959 One of my all time FAV movies...actually ANY Doris Day movie....

Pillow Talk (1959)

Pillow Talk with Doris Day & Rock Hudson

Dismissed as fluff and this movie is the large, economy size package of the stuff-and lot of fun. Doris Day, Tony Randall, & Rock Hudson as a womanizer trying to seduce Doris by posing as rich Texan Rex Stetson

Pillow Talk with Rock Hudson and Doris Day is one of my all time favorite movies...and wouldn't you know it they barbified them...I want. ^^

Barbie Collector Pillow Talk: Doris Day And Rock Hudson Doll Gift Set. YES PEOPLE, this lady's style is captured in a Barbie fashion doll. That is when you KNOW you have made it as a style icon!

Pillow Talk 1959 full movie

Pillow Talk 1959 full movie

Green and teal FTW! Also, Pillow Talk. I want to live inside Pillow Talk.

Doris Day Was Americas Sweetheart. In the 1959 film Pillow Talk she wore a turquoise necklace and matching earrings by Laykin Et Cie.

Doris Day Movie Fashion Style: Pillow Talk and Lover Come Back

Doris Day Movie Fashions in Pillow Talk and Lover Come Back

"Pillow Talk" 1959 Jan Morrow/Brad Allen at Jonathan's Country Home in Connecticut. Doris Day Sings the Sexy song "Possess Me" as Rock Hudson drives them up to the country. Doris wears a Knit Beige Dress with a Faux Diamond Brooch. Fashions of Doris Day

Rock and Doris ~ Rock Hudson had expected to be cast as Philip in That Touch of Mink, but director Delbert Mann wanted Cary Grant.

The Movies of Doris Day and Rock Hudson

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