I didn't see it until I left home and found HBO!!! Love this one, those two make a funny, silly couple.
They sure did, Joanne! I felt the same way.
I was 14, I think, it was shown on quarter night on "take-a-chance" movie night.
Imagine 25 cents!! I remember those cheap Saturday matinees that all the kids went to too.
That is an oldie, and there are wonderful real songs with beautiful voices, when you could understand every word sung, Guess at 11, you thought this was the " Bees Knees" to get in without trouble. Are you the same today I wonder!!! Cheers,Jean.
I sure did think that, Jean! The 'Bees Knees'.....LOVE IT!Am I the same today? I would like to think that I have gracefully matured somewhat. lol
LOVE this! I bet it brings back some memories for you!
Yes Hayley-Eszti, the THRILL of getting into a movie we were not old enough to see! I remember finding the movie funny and silly too.
This lovely lady from my home town just turned ninety.
I recently saw that she did, Pat. How nice to have this connection.
I have watched Pillow Talk on TV many times. I love Doris Day. I was born in 1959.Love,Janie
You are but a mere child, Janie!! 1959 is a good year to be born!
Doris Day! What a charmer! I bet you were a cute 11 year old, off to the movies with your buddy!
While I was going to the same show in Wolfville!! Interesting!!
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