September 29, 2016

Some Like It Hot - Still!


This movie premiered on March 28th - 57 years ago - hard to believe.

If you look at just about any list of best movies it is always there along with "Citizen Kane" and many,many others.

I have seen and enjoyed most of them.

Coloured pictures from the link above, with many thanks to IMDB.

The makeup for Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon didn't show well in colour so it was filmed in black and white.


It is an hilarious comedy and I watch it regularly. It hasn't dated at all.
Here are a few stills from it via Twitter with thanks to @ClassicCinema:





Above: picture credit - Marilyn My Muse

September 29th 2016



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